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

T-03T OlTIi'ICL! NOTIOHi. ' Tbo Koyal ? Mail sfc9atu ship Goalong wll be do B'patoh'od with tlio mails for Wostora Australia, Point do Galle, India, China and tho East., Ado:i, Mauritius, Reunion, Natal, Cape of Good Hopo, Suoz, the Moditorrannoau ports, Europo, Am j riciv, and the' Uuitbd Kingdom. Tho timos aj-- pointod for olosing: aro — .;.?_' ... ? J?or rogistorod lottors, at six p.m., oil Fri day, fcho y7tb. inst. ? ? For nowspnpors (via Marsoillos oxooptod), at six p.m., on Friday, the 27th inst. . . ' For ordinary letters, at ton am.,- ou Satur day, tho 28th 'inat. \ For newspapers,' via Marseilles, at ten a.iu , on aaturday, tho 28th inst. ' Lato lettnrs will be recotved as under, pro vidodthe poatago and foo are fully prepaid by postage stamps : — ^oc_Enuiaa_oi1.foxoipfn;coiniitrlQs..via_Eranco,. at the General Post Ofrioe only,' from, ten a.m. to half-past ten a.m.,,. 3d:; from half past ten a.m. to eleven a.m., 6d. Westem.JAustralia, Point de.jGralUv-Indiai? China and the...

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

'?''; ' T'C^A^^i:'' Y A'R'I)S' 4 7 2'.^-u B E N-S T B E H T', !' ''.-''/ - ,V;.'U; J%^$. ':»'-.'-'' V -; AUSTRaSI__$\. AGENTS ' ' - ?.?-'? ^^/?^^^^KE©N;\ SfiulffLJEWOETH c^ CO., ;v -j| *' s i '^ ' y^^if' -- w . ^ .' '. '?'*:iij3-TA'MP_ Hip^?^vi-JB*KS, LINCOLN. - j , - ;^J / (\\PP those'not awara of the extent to which steam power has] already boon applied for farm purposes, it may* : ago, which has been in constant work ovor since, I have much pleasure iu bearing testimony to the excellence ^JLJbe interesting to laarn'tljat O. S. & Co. have manufactured , upwards of nine thousand steam engines? and ?' -or its construction, it haying given perfect satisfaction.— Your obedient servant, - -Staetoly seven thousand eight hundred thrashing machines. ' ''? /, \\ ?-- (Signed) BOBEBTvGIU—SPIE. VA.V ^Plentlflo and moohanfeAl skill hitherto employed only in the manufacture of the higher and more com- \ .MoBBra w«ii.«n wnirii A On ! ' Y}Y»uca»d classes of machinery, has been jnaiolausl/...

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THE CRICKET MATCH. WEDNESDAY, 27TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THII OEIUKET jyfATBII. WhnwKfiDAV, 37i'ii ifdvfeMamr/ . Amongst the pleasures Bkotolioil ant for the Duke of Edinburgh during hia stay in Mel bourne, a very prominent feature is the cricket match, commenced, under the auspices of the Victorian Cricketers' Association, on the Mel bourne ground en Wednesday. Why a crioket match should be regarded as likely to find amusement for tho Prince, it is hard to say, because', it ..seems he cares as little about criclcet maichdsas any man could care about anything. ButA'cricket is a national game, and it is popular wltb the multitude. Of that we have had ample'l.Qetnonstration in times gone by. His Royil Highness arrived on the ground about half- pafetflilj-ee, and was received by several meinber^MoiljHhe committee. He was attendbciV:by Lord Newry and the hon. Elliot 'Xprke', ?the ] iipajrijjN 'Being on horse bticiRil./iSiii:'. stay ^a»;i-n6t a long one, butli: duiiitg the time )! he ? remained he oxpresWdiirirnSelf pleased -(vith vthe appear ...

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THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, 26TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. First Day,' Tuesday, 26th November. In pursuance of the usual custom, the im plement and machinery departments ' of the National Show (which is being held in con jnnotion with that of the Port Phillip Farmers' Society) were opened on Tuesday, chiefly. for the purpose of allowing the judges time to adjudicate the prizes in the several sections. From the anticipated visit of the Prince on Thursday, tho society doubtless will reap much advantage, but the holiday spirit evoked by his presence in the colony has militated greatly against the .success of the portion of the show already on view, and strenuous exertions need be made to prevent a like result in the live stook department. The greater part of the raaohinery and implements is usually plaoed on the ground on Saturday, but on Tuesday they were dropping in until long past noon, and the yards, even at sunset, had far from a finished ap pearance. (Dwing partly to this cause, and. partly to the absence ...

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

i. i. ?-*PRlVA/rJE'iNQUNiY OFFICE.- Y ' -T (EstablioI\eainS}itn!-v....,.^. '?'''',.? ,. . : ? 78 Elizabeth-street,', Mclbo'urnifcS^ ' MR ? O T T ' O B} E . R L I N';-E R ? (lato Detcotivo OlBcer), has thotionon to infoWji his numorous friends and the publlcgenorally, thaC' at tho suggestion of several mercautilo Onus, of high standing', and solicitors of eminence, he has 'established a ? ? ''.-.. : '??.??' PRIVATE INQUIRY OFFICE. Mr Berliner has roason to hope thai: his uniform at tention to business, coupled -'wittf1 the good, character ho had the satisfaction to -Jfe'celvo on retirement from publio service,, will entitle' him to merit tho con fldenco of his employers A Btaff of experienced ofllcore are kept undor tho Buperhitendence of tho undersigned to perform the following duties :r— 1 InquirioH for absconding debtors. 2 l)o do' insolvents. 3 MiSEihig friends next of Idn. - .-? ,4 Debts collected.' 6 WritB served. BRANCH OFFICES : London (late Inspector Field's), PAius, New Yor...

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THE GOVERNOR'S BALL. WEDNESDAY, 27TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THE .GOVERNOR'S BALL. Wednesday, 27th November. ? The ball given by his ExqeUenoy the Gover nor aud Lady Manners. Sutton, at the new Exhibition Building, on Wednesday, in honor of his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, was one' of thq grandest .spectacles that has ever been witnessed in the Victorian metro polis. Soon, after , eight o'clock a dense crowd collected both in Latrobe-street and Swanston-street, and shortly before nine o'clock a detachment of the 14th Regiment, under the command of Captain Bryce, was stationed in front of tho Public Library as a guard of honor to the Prince. The other officers present were Lieutenant Swans ton and Ensign Barrett, who carried the {-colors of the regiment. The arrival df;vtiiiB|g^pjalio.'Highness at about half gast ( nine;! o'clock was announced by the el&6&'i'lMiijg91P$k&-\ Assembled thousands. He^vas,'apcqJ!H)anied!b'y Lord Newiy, the hon. MVvElHo£.Yb$:efaiid Lieut. Haig. His Ex cellenpy(ihe Go v^rnqr; : who ; ...

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PRINCE ALFRED IN VICTORIA. THE LEVEE. TUESDAY, 26TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

PBINCE AIjFBEI) IN VICTOBIA. THE LEYEE. Tuesday. 26th November. His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh made a state entry into the city on Tuesday, to hold a levee at the Exhibition Building. His »roeress partook of the character of an ova tion; The streets wers thronged with specta tors, and the Prince was loudly cheered as he proceeded to and returned from the levee. The presentations were unusually numerous, and in anticipation of the rush the doors were thrown open at an early hour. Additional pre cautions were also . taken by Captain Scott, who had the marshalling of the ceremony, and a strong force of police and volunteers were in attendance to guard the approaches. But it was net without difficulty that order was kept ; and some of the barriers ereoted along the aisles of the grand hall were thrown down. The entrance for gentleman was on. the north side of the building. Ladies secured admission on lhe south side, in Latrobe-Btroet ; and the ac commodation provided for them ...

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THE VISIT TO HOPKINS HILL, CHATSWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

Wf, wit 1$ mww§mjjib- CjjAisWQ&CH. -f '' ffr -WP wif!Si) Sffcv(qf07''8 ''Bpooial ooito BPpn^on|; :— -' '-.'? '7 ' ??????' '?' ?'*/-!?--.?*, ^iMaJW ttW'&tfWtohm'yh Prinoo -ypflld%tiyot(iv%pkj%:|§}^^d^ it im tinguiahod visitor and, bis own private friends as he would otherwise have done ; but only thosbi: who' ttobWiliwhattliOBe '.intentions ..?were , cqu1(1 Mniss anything in the arrangements, ? t which, sojfar as,. the^rcoeption and comfort of rthe-^rinoe^concerned, were, I con assure you, not only magnificent, but positively princely, yitinusfc indeed haye'-been a subject for wonder Ion' the ', part. !,of f his- Royal' Highness that a _ sauatter,'pwho bnt'.a fewyenrs ago took up the ?keen, blade' of,, industry and perseverance to . carve , but his- fortune, should at this day possess not' only the means bnt the taste {also, to .'surround himself with all the com fort ~ and elegances of British life, on his JownVfreehold in the bush of so young 'a' -cblohy '. as '.Oaa...

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PRINCE ALFRED IN VICTORIA. THE LEVEE. Tuesday, 26th November. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

VICTORIA:. ??-?! -???'. ? _ ._ 'Bj'iVtw-: ??? -. :-.??;-??.:?? -! ? ♦ ''- ? L^.;.. . :????'-. ;\:-i' THE LE.YEB. V Tuesday, 26in Novembeii. His Royal Highness thia Duke of iJdinburgh made a state gentry into the .city omTuesdayV. to hold a levee at the Exhibition Building; -'His progressrpart6ok of the oharaoter of-an' bva tion;'1 -Tliia! streets were thronged with specta tors, and? the Prince was loudly cheered Vds .lie prbce'eded' to and returned . from the levee. .The presentations were unusually nuiner6us,'dnd;in anticipation of the rush the. doors were thrown open; at an early hour. ' Additional pre cautions woro also taken by , Captain Scott, who had the marshalling of the ceremony,-' and a strong force of police and volanteers were in ' attendance to guard the approaches. .; But it 'was n6trwithout difficulty that order was kopt ; and :some of the barriers oreoted. alsng' the aisles iOf'the'' giand hall were thrown down. ? .The \entronce for gentleman was on the: north side o...

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THE GOVERNOR'S BALL. WEDNESDAY, 27TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THE GPVERI?QII'S BAIiL. Wednesday, 27'? NoyEMBB». ..., The ball given by hig Excellency the Gover- ? nor and Lady Manner? Suttoni'at-the new Exhibition Building, on Wednesday! »n hono'P*5 his Royal HighneBs the Duke r of Ediabnrgh, \ was one of the grandest speotables:that has' ever been witnessed ,iii the Victoriaji metro- , polis. Soon after eight o'olook a dense crowd oolleoted. both, .'in Latrobe-street and ? Swans'ton-street, and shortiy; before ', nine -' o'clock a . detaohuient '( of '. the ''. :l4th ?; Eegiment, under the comniancl- -; of 'Captain. ? Bryce, was stationed in front ; 'of ?'-; tie ,pdbho . Library? as a guard 61 honor tbitfae Prince. jThb ??] ofEer.oflicers present were\Lieintenaiit: Swans- ?''' ton and ~ Ensign. ' Jfarret(^r /-P7ho ^o'arriedv.' the colors, of tb.e regiment.. The arrival??. of his Royal .Highness ?;. at .obout half- ^ past nine o'olopk wfls., annoanoed by the *' ? cheers of. the assembled .': thousands. ?'.'. He was accompanied by I^d Newry, th...

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LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

LAYING THE .FOUNDATION STONE ^OJF THE Jp5W-*tf^''fiALi;;;^; : .;A^oa«fl.t.t'ere aro in Mel'beurno* 'aeveral pub lic b'uj^dirigs that would' do credit tb ri-'city ^cODturie8/iri ago andvory jriuoh larger than 'tllo' ' capital of Victoria. In this feature, mbfoppr-' haps than in any other, is ' the oxtraordi-i nary growth of ';; the colony during tiiti'Wov/l years of its indop'ondflht' pxistenoo rorarirkable to a stiangor, Tlio no\f Ebgtpflloo, thd'Pufyllo Library, tl»o Troagury,' ai4a4'6bveral 'of '^Hio pUarohes througbont (ha city donoto vo^'* strikingly the wealth, intellectual tastes, andre Kgl8a'«n-slaWcma£'yicttnrinns:;i'Pj:oiid:of:-tfaBir origin, self-reliant and hopeful, they have, early in their career of industry and enterprisej 'surrounded themselves with all the requirements of an advanced civilisa tion. At once upon being released from leading-strings they pushed forward with full grown . strength in their independent career, Hn'^aflteir'pffigrBsrf'thereMja^ri'b'rp'auBel^...

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

THE MONTBL ? His Royal Highness the Dulie of Edinburgh has now been hero three weeks, and during that time he has been busy enough receiving' the hbmagewbibhispaid to'hinras tbe'iperBOni-: ficatiori'br Royalty. C^(; Melbourne there-waSii besides' the. publio reception1 on.'a'' great'* sodle,' an, illumination^ a levee, on agriouituraLshow, . a state ball, .the. layingof , a foundation,,' stone, a free banquet; ? anil races ; '? at G-coloiig, ian .illumination; cai'ba'llji'a free -banquet,: nnd; a. regatta1 ;' 'while at ?Ballarat'; the rbund-'of ^- 'e'ere 'moniUs 'and f estmties was : 'yariecl'- with .yiBitsr tp^one.or. two of 'tne'riojiesit 'gold^m^es.;^;;.Thev proqess .has yet to be repeated at . Caatlomaino. and! Sandhurst::, Onv; cnthusiag-Jiv-ihns -been ..great'; ^perhaps it 'woMd^h'ayo^'ti.een^ ' ' ?cep table' had it been'-t^ni^irfld^'t.; tiiiies^ljyj^. ' . ; little inpre..consid.eraition:J forTtlie{ object' of ^iti Jhepe' .ovations, however, ^notwithstanding .their '?bqredoniV...

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THE PRINCE'S RECEPTION AT BALLARAT. MONDAY, 9TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

m ?Swfefeaftff^!' 'W iljJY OWB .SPECIAL EEPORTEn.J '?3SlQHbAY.v'6'pja: December. J3allarat js astir 'W|ith-lile. .Not She ordinary pears m'e'&i;'' a¥' ffie111 Cf6merN Jo1'^1^! ea/oferother, Siit ! a'^^roa't'. 'tfeaftW^^idYons' ''M.^ Hvliich ^spdak£tlie'npprpapli7of ar £r£at eien^. ''JTby the first' timbinrtlts! iiisypi^.'^is^dai^^ri^ which' has gi-pwn intb ejdstencff'ofil ip'virteen years, is called on to welcome 'a 'son- oi^'i^il Queen of 'jBrigltind. That' it is preparett .to do so right ' lbyally is evident ' 'by ~ the signs around. '- The streets swarm with' the 'Sui nijijl 'called man; .they tire wreathed -'^n Sli% gayest of gny smiles, and thejapuses and fiWuse'-tdjis are- aaorhed 'ina maniier'^t has ^'e^ffcpsj'omia'y _tp adorn iibuses^aud .housetops jn^ad''^^^^ since royalty' wiis' an ''^institution amdn^gsf lvl6ai-hearted ' EngllshiheH.' ' T| ' 'the itby'al Reception .Conbrnissipn h' as favored. JEJai jaraf ' DOLpre '? than it h'Ks''otb;9'rspjace^''invj[t8 , arr'anne...

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

THElLtEXAi^]|FB|lGiNGS. ©etujjum', tjv^iW^milBa JTp,m-1y'eaV' ' v-'Afo^auajB. Is°pnor' of'thet?ne%- rushes1 inn'ob? iaTJcod-ofioi'ely; hha-ono- 'pj 'the -itotiBp ' pj-omisiri g' ,i-f \t i eihT ?-' 'i coitespon^eii't^iiis s\ip^lit!^ tJf'ffplJpwjn/jVwhjcIl IffoSIP^^^^ iWMsM t'''iS»-^LJf*jlBJt; 186,5, thei-oj were oiily jtwo Unes of Veeifsi' iip'djai!ii' 'jn' !any she 1 w-irig'£)ie pree jojis ol-e'lv6ry'g'iii;tel-jiWl'y ; 'Mowover,1! relietfbn'ih'e Jiiss'tfian Mt'^e''^^^!'''!^^^ s'bino i;i^pi);a).rli|ipii inyp.8t'ed''iu fipriie '6'f ''our ?v'on'tur'es1, not oilly1 w'o^J^'jtliey' jiaye'i'pcelVe.d % ipBtxiavip.-ioia iijlrejfcumloi'^jibmsefvbs,' fcujS 'pu'i iownsliiii' jvsli|Id hayp 'tlJcn'ina'in.os^progleii :SSup);aPe,'v'ai)d eyery1' poor1 maii'' alh'ong*rus i'ans'foirnVed'i'Ao *a.vji^tlo pL;aisu's.M' Tjio'lme \i? ?^ie'Jjufe|ci^''S'e16C ^P'^'^P^.'^?uVaf;'riy''|aH'9P -}-? npor 'mi's'Suiiip'a'shnrelVphJers p|'sucii! claims As Werb lilipTjoS'e'd'tp'fte1 jtraversed !by Wib ?ii'ch'!yeel searc...

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THE WRECK OF THE EUROPA ON KING'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 December 1867

THE WRECK OP THE EUROPA ON ;; V' , '::;. ;- : KING'S4 ISLAND. - ? ?-- ; . :' _; The Pharos, whioh left for King's Island 'oh SOth^olt.,; returned i.'-./to *the -Bay, 2nd inst^, haying brought away ,' from ; the ill-fated brig Europa, which was wrecked on the -17th iilt. on the Sea Elephant Rocks, Captain Graham and his crew of nine men. By the kindness of Captain Graham, who has , put us in possession of the facts connected with the wreck, we are enabled to giye our readers a reliable account of the sad affair. .The brig Europa, 190 tons, of Adelaide, after taking a cargo, of grain from that port to Sydney, sailed for Newcastle, whence, having taken in a cargo of coals, she sailed; on her return voyage to Adelaide on the 30_th bf .October. Heavy westerly gales and boisterous weather were experienced until Sunday, -:the_J 17th'. of November, when Captain Graham stood under the east side of-.: King's 'Island^ for shelter. Tho wea ther :grad.ualiyi.came. on more thick and squally. Brea...

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

THE MONTH. His~Boyal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh has now been here three weeks, and daring that time he has been busy enough receiving the homage which is'paid to him as the personi fication of Royalty. 'At Melbourne there was, besides the public reception en a great scale, an illumination, a levee, an agricultural show, a state ball, the laying of. a foundation stone, a free banquet, and races ; at Geelong, an illumination, a ball,- a free banquet, and| a regatta ; ?while at Bailor at the round of cere monials and festivities. was varied with visits to one or two of the richest goldmines: and the prooess- has been repeated at Gastlemaine and Sandhurst. Our enthusiasm has been great ; perhaps it would have been more ac ceptable had it been tempered at tunes by a little more consideration for the object of it. These ovations, however, notwithstanding their boredom, must have, afforded the Prince pretty fair opportunities of ac quiring some knowledge of the colony. There is scarcel...

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

SHIPPING FOE, THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL. NovJEMBtR. 29. Claymore, barque, 287 tons, T. Badden, from Mauritius. Joshua Brothers, agents. 29. Isabella, brig, 256 tons, H. Muokersey, .:-;;-.' ? ^from Hong Kong-. Boyd and Currio, v -. . agents. ' .30. Jeannio Oswald, barque, 212 tons, Thomas re V;XDeyine', from Batavia. S. R. and C. ?;; ^Grbom, agents. DEOEKDBER.T;-:.,; ?;:.-:. 1. Glee Maiden, ship, 1805 tons, E. Powell, . . .f; : from the Downs. Diokson, Williams and ? ?;'? ?-,; Co.; agentsX; '^f ^T . ; ?1. St. Maro, Frenoh.borque, 262 tons, J. Cnvero, from Mauritius. O. Torideur and Co., agents. .: ;;;; -?:.:? ;.v'.;ir;\-- ? —? . 8. Santon,; barque; 610 tots, Win. Balraarino, . from Calcutta. Lorimer, Marwood and Rome, riRents. ,'s;: ~:-L ,.'.: .?. ;:; f:{ ;':::r_- _.'?? 3. Warhawk, s., 50 tonB, N.' Heath, from Lon don,.via Plymotith. Reid, Poole and Co., . oerenis. ;::^ : ^:. ?^;..c.-:^.iiK:,:; ^;;S-.: , 7. Mediator, ...

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

W I L K I E , WELCH & CO., ; ., ' OFFICE, -4 4 QUEEN-STREET, . . . . **' YARDS, 1 7 2 '' . Q U E E ;N - S T R E E T, ] AUSTRALIAN AGENTS .. . .? ? -: - ? foe . ' * ' CLAYTON, SHUTTLE WORTH & CO., STAMP END WOEKS, LINCOLN./, rpo Ihoso not awaro or llio extent to which steam powrr litis' alrea'dy'bcon applied for fuwn purposes, It may : ago, which lias l,eon in coustuut work oror sinco, I havo much pleasure in bearing testimony lo the excellence X bointorcstiugtolenrnthai C. S. & Co. have manufactured upwui-iiB.of niuo thousand steam engines, aud of its construction, it having given pei-reot satisfaction.— Your ocedient servant, nearly seven thousand eight hundred thrashing machines. ' ? ' (Signed) ROBERT GILLESPIE. Scientillc aud mechanical tlcill hilherto employed only in (he maiiufacturo of the hifiher and inpro com- Messrs Wilkio, 'Welch Si Co. plicatotl clasbos of mauhiu9ry, Iiuh been judleiousl,- brought to bear with inimeni=ojulvantuso upon all O, b.«B -...

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

THE GLERMONT ESCORT MURDER. Thes. John Griffin, late police magistrate of . Clermont, and gold commissioner fortheRook . liampton district, was brought before the. court charged on suspicion with wilfully murdering John Power and Patrick Oahill, troop era of the Clermont gold escort. Long before; the vhour (ten o'olook) at which the c.OT^Jojpeiied.Jiho doors and windows of the poKce^pnic^wero literally besieged by crpwdsjbf people; anxious to witness the proceedingsyin this temhle case. Upon the opening.ojPpjthe;: doors, a tre mendous rash was made to secure places, and .in a few moments the building was densely paoked behind the dqckj as .welt as.every inch of room in the juryboxes occupied. The pro ceedings were conducted by the police magis trate, assisted..- by-, Messrs., Byerly; ana jAbbott, and thongh^h'erQv^s^.a/'^^^g^wterTpfitlte magistracy,' they.^were.;present simply jis'speo- tators.- There. ,was3;no.r. demonstratioa either one way -?or:Vthe;bther^'^^ coruin was -preserve...

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

..^ .... , .private llTOgHJ? pFEIOE.''; ~{EstabUshod'i5ri80(0,' ; ''- '~ ' 7-8 Elizahotu-stroot, Melbourne. M' B'LO I'T O BERLIN E-R (lato Dotectiye Officer), has tho honor to inform his : numerous friends mid tho public generally, that, at the suggestion of sovoral mercantile llrms of high standing, and Bolicitors of cminonco, ho has established PRIVATE INQUIRY OFFICE. Sir Berliner has reason to hope that his uniform at tention to business, coupled with the good character ho hail the satisfaction to receive on retirement from publio service, will entitle him to merit tho con fldouco of his employers A staff of experienced officers are kept under tho superintendence of the undersigned to perform tho following duties : — 1 Inquiries for absconding debtors. . 2 i)o do insolvontB. 3 Missing friends next of kin. 4 Dobts collected, 5 Writs served. BRANCH OFFICES: London (lato Inspector Fiold's), Paris, New York, Behun ; Now South Wales, Oharlos; Wright, Esq. AGENCIES : Now Zealand Provin...

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