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MEETINGS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
HEETISGS OF CLL'Bg. The annual meeting of (be Prem Cricket Club «aa held at the White Hart Hotel, Botuke-etieet, laat Saturday afternoon; Mr, Unthank prerided. The 11 nan rial poeition of I the dub wae reported to be aatia&etoiy, there being only a deficiency of 19*. after proriding 1 for all liabilitiei. It vaa unanimoiuly agreed that the aabacriptiop for the aeaaon •hocJd be I 10*.; anil Uuf, it "poMible.tbe opening Htdrj ebould be between team* (elected from mem bera employed on the daily preea and the O or eminent Print ing-offioe. The followlog gentlemen were elected ae office-bearer* for the enruing yearPmeident, Edward Wileon, Eeo. t n«-nKadflitL Mean. Horfa Gimme ind Cbariea Baker; *ecretary, Mr. Collier; treaturer, Mr. Cnthaok; committee, Mr**n Blachham, J. B. Thompson, I. Pitt, Brotchie, May, EUi*, and Hammerdey. Vote* of theok* to the chairman and retiring officer* brought ! the meeting to a dote. A meeting of gentlemen intended in the revival of the Maryborough C...
THE GRIGINATOR OF BOUND-ARM BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
TliF- GEIGINATGR OF EOl'.VD-ABM BOWLING. The f interest ir- extra:? ha* been ha^dro to us ly a fnen£- We dr>nx r«r3ii«« Latit^ ±*«l it 2a pri^t bef/re, asi eopp>rlae , fci bast toi&e of our reader* w be e-^^aTr ignorant, we republish it. 2$ b bxh iiatrijtiTe tjyi*3S.u$2sg :— The only startling in&ontiTS within the me . tzsfft oi bring man baa beer, the ir^rodartijei of i rooral-arm bowling, jneicad of the ttpper-ha&d | trotting that had to ioag beer the apparently I ofier method of directing a batt at the wicket. | Who, £r*t of all, and vhether by accident or i design, commenced this peculiar style of ! deliver?, is a matter of d/ubt smowgit the ; most researching of tutLoriti*?, though h a ; generally tod wrongly attributed to old Uih wbiie,ofBrigbt«v:iaasex. It scertazo, how ever, that the famous Broadbridge, of Hatnp . ahwt, healed in the round-arm ferbium si a late period of hi* cricket career, and when liSrahhe, armor, vu only a shock-haired boy ; ...
THE COURTS. INSOLVENT COURT. MONDAY, OCT. 10. ([?] Chief Commissioner [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
THE COURTS. INSOLVENT court. Xorc.iT. *Vt. 1-1 : (Bdote W. ILXoel, Es^ .Cfciif Own- igioMt ot latUxttit Cocthis Xrcnsca. Cntifoiu c( i arfc«T* »« P*»W to tU NOniti fa&lt;«tiasi>WB. A Qtara, dak. cf Xau 3faib«n: Gterge Oaiaa. Isioae*. of Viffm; AJcx. Bjrucfci. bfeka, at &lt;teti«aoiH&lt;; M. Wla". bitebee.pf s*i"3 rkflt; Hflfk W tibsc. psUm. of Mtfbotroi; Mt IWoett, tautthi, &lt;X bes^ridfe: Patrick Olftccfi. Uocm. of Ooo»*t: bicboid f.ror»l. titViirm.of J£ar)b*«it: BcAot Koifkt, os«k»&lt; d S*sdrii*e: Edoii Choca, ckiL at E»4oo»i : Va. Xttni. RothcfK. of Fij»r i Creek; jal Jot SL lowty. Ait>t,of R»A»»34. Toe apfjieotico cf Tt^sjc A^uono, faiiha cstia, c.' Kokcc. ap.-erf liejoo use cmliaa oiik lie lonafitia of toe ooctt. Tbe B*XGX-& is tfce tsiatoi of Geetje rit)u, btD-fMrtu, cf Earaid tin: K. A Pitt, clerk, of Jkllocrae; u i Gaxtt UetdbnenB, of Bee Bet. soiser. were*Jj*nud tLJ tbe ITsfc u£: uti aI Brej. El too*?, oiu r of Fijtr'e...
[?]. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
Aarc-rtmt Cu^ncin IfuiJi. a Li CUFL* rrrcEiLL. Tbe SepoIth:*. 4 mattu; Kfgwa of Keibccnr. ibd Uu * pocndt^Kf in tbe coct&y. vas pna&£L He bs4«2 is 4 tttte> sezi of Lie towers* m rtqciftrf 4i tbe last Eoctiz* hutbtf pTQcndifiji pen 4i* joui«x2 tit • veefc.
SPECIAL EXAMINATION MEETING. IN THE ESTATE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
Erscux Eiuouno* Kirrao. d nt uun or mn wtatt. aiOe0Llit(flini.i»Mall ctfc-TgBtnffl too. Tfce inesteeat tad formaij bom cam •ailted for miuialta. bet notice to at tend ; tad been tared open Mm nbile is priaon. He mr, bcmera, cat yeaeet, and it tamed ! cat mbteqpenllj ttat he wee Bill (VtiVnod M ; |uL Tbe Cent eeat an onler fot tta it ; tenderer of tfce iaeohotf, eta was bteeiM j into coort, tat wot notcxaiaiaed. The nwtitt On adiemed (or a tat- j nigM.
ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
BOIAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. An ordinary meeting of the Royal Society ma held on Monday. Profemor M"Ooy, presi dent of the Moiety, occupied the chair. OOSThtBOTIOSS. The Boh. Secretary (Mr. R,}. Ellety) laid on thu table eome new contributions, inolud- 1 log "Analytical Drawings of Anetralian Mosses" and "Vegetation of the Chatham Islands," edited by Dr. Mueller, and pre lented on behalf of the Victorian Govern ment. pbofomd axmernos or ooiohul omra. The Rev. Dr. Buisnaxi, with the leave of the meeting, read a abort paper, not men tioned In the programme of the evening, con taining suggestions for an exhibition of worki of oolonlaljeweliery and colonial gems, xrhe ther wrought or in the nntnral state, nod alio of colonial works In plating, gliding, and bnrniahing. He proposed that the exhibition ehonld be held nuder the ansploea of the Royal Society, daring the lnet three or four days in December, and be suggested that it ahould embrace not only colonial gema, bat all kinds of colonia...
THE VOLUNTEERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
THE VOI.TTVTEKRfl CO TBS KDITOK OP THE AUBTBAUSUX. Sir,—Tour able articles on oar ooloaial defences mast bare been rood with pleasure by »11 Interesting themselves in inch matters, and judging from li that yon are folly in diced to give to dUcossion on tbe Interest of the force a fair field and no favour, I venture now to ask your Insertion of this letter. Tlie inspection of our metropolitan com panies may he considered nearly complete, and shows good returns as regards musters, and a creditable state of general efficiency in certain respecta. To tbe GoUingwood Bides, however,has been awarded the special praise for a proficiency In light infantry movements which, your columns staled, "surprised" the Colonel Commandant. I fully believe this commendation was deserved,and that, whilst striving to merit sncfa, tbe company In ques tion fass not neglected to keep up its neces sary manual and platoon drill. It tnntt be admitted that we, as a colonial volunteer foroe, are in our infancy. Th...
DEJEUNER TO THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
DEJEUNER TO THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. A d/jtOner &lt;ru given to the Bishop of Hel bourne, whose return from g"|'—^ was noticed a few days back, at HocUa's Hotel, Elisabeth-street, on Saturday afternoon. Upwards of ISO ladies and gentlemen were present. Sir James Palmer, President of tbe Legislative Council, occupied tbe chair, having the bishop on his right, and the Very Rev. Dean Macartney on his left hand. Tbe vice-chair was filled by Mr. Justice Holes worth. After the toasts of " The Queen,"and "The Governor of Victoria," had been duly honoured, The fimmsuw rose and said that he had ranch pleasure in exercising the privilege of bis position, and nailing upon them to do honour to the toast, " The Health of their distinguished guest" (Applause.) He wootd have been glad if the rigid roles of etiquette had permitted him to include in the name toast the health ol the accomplished lady who had so long been a participator iu his honours and his laboorr, as far as a lady couid do...
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
NEW DiBOLVEHTS. Emit Aocartoi IiAk, of Eaoeld-MB, tUTtkrxrper. Coooei of liofwwr Tiall/ UibtM «ul a UnA. Debt* £U0 Mold; mm, Of,-. defefaocy, UtVk.rn.Im. KOWP, Join, Cure. of FlioiiiiQlno. jtHnenua plumber. Came of Inedmny—Want of mlit aBpioymot end ftoaaic of • cee dhar Drbu,m k. 101; MM U-, dr* cietcy, £83 &lt;1 101 B. K Jmob^ ofidel Betat Kfllttbeka, of BtdaMol of rdbcoffta the prised floor, kmtf «irlro«a end fort, , itac to ufjiaBfcifcMfltM DdKWIkM.; —en, £fc To. 61: drflrWnry, £91 da 3d. El 0oerto«7, offidii Mdgaer. AJi zander Wotooe, etoricoeeer. of Cbioo ua'i Flat, mi MiitlmiiiJck Pimm of hwlBK)-fi>o»m(»Jifpowt ciedltur. j DebU. tXfSfb 6l 01; amdtr, U^St lie dd.; i ftCcfttcy, £810 IE 111 i. flood tain, | lAlU li«i|E£ I Otop Bin, dak, letecf EemfhweL now ] of Hetbonroo. Cua of toooirency—Laa in Blsicc cod iitiwB of o jndtrumil &lt;xo eiiot. Ocfaa, £412 h, tl; iwO, £66; defl dan, £227 8*. fll J. floodweo, offiriel 11 OMSIM unwi uwiiiw UiQflckncf 4/t MpttriL n...
GRAVES IN THE INTERIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
ORATES IN THE INTERIOR. 31m following it a portion of the paper read before the Boys] Society, on Monday evening, as to the gmvet of vrliite men found near Cooper's Creek. The remainder will be given next week:— In aocordanee with instructions received from the Exploration Committee, we have the honour to submit to the Roysl Society the results of our inquiry into the evidence brought forward by Mr. w. G. Conn and Mr. W. OSes, at the meeting on £9th August last, in reference to the supposed graves of white mm found in longitude (approi.) 14£dsg. SSmin. E., latitude (approx.) SSSdig. dSmin. 8. From the tracing of Mr. Conn's route, hereto annexed, from the detailed amount contained in the published letters of these gentlemen appended,* and from their explicit verbal and smtten statements, whkh the oorn-. mitt re received, it is perfectly dear that the graves can in no way whatever be identified with those of any traveller known to have perished in or near the locality indioatod, the W...
MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. No items of news of any especial import ance reached us last week. The Darling Flat rush holds its own, but has gained nothing in population, the blanks there being nume rous and the prizes not very high when won. The sinking is easy, however, and the aurife rous wide in extent. No sign of a lead has yet been found, and the deposits vary much in regard to richness, from a quarter of an ounce to an ounce to the load being still about the yield from claims considered worth holding. Numerous small parcels of gold are sold each week, and the business men are making arrangements for a stay of some duration, as the ground, it not of a character to attract or support a very large number of people, cannot be worked out fat a long time. More good stone than usual has been raised within the last month from the Pyrenees Teef. and a late crushing of 110 tons from one of the claims produced 430os., spe cimens having been previously picked out of this which contain a l...
A LADIES' ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. (FROM THE DALLARAT SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
A LADIES' ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. (FBOH THE DALLAIUT SUN.) A pieetiDg of ladies, convened by advertise ment, vras held at the Mechanics' Institute, Ballaiat, on Friday, September 80, at font pjn. to take into consideration _o petition to the Oneen, ana an address to toe women of England, from the women of Australia. Mm. Thompson in the chair. The following resolutions were carried:— ** 1. That this meeting deems H desirable that the women of this district should use every mews in their power tz ;-•••&lt;« the cessation of transportation to any part of Austria. " 2. That effect be given to the resolution passed at a meeting held in the Town-hall, Ballarat East, on the evening of 3rd September, 1 That a petition be sent to Her Majesty the yueen from the women of this dis trict,' by the adoption oi the resolution, the draw inir up of a petition, am) procuring signatures, thereto. "3. That the meeting is (of opinion that the cause may be materially assisted bv the enlistmen...
MARYBOROUGH DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
MARYBOBODGB DIBTBIOf. New Kcbh.—The following report of the dls oovery of new alluvial gtouud near Meredith, in the Stelglitr division, baa been reoelved by tbehon. the Minister of Mines:—'"Sir,—I have the honour to report that new alluvial mining ground has been discovered in this division, about four miles In a eouth-west direction from Meredith, on Monroe's Sta tion, in a gull/ called Monroe's Golly. The gully is nearly seven miles in length, and trends into the Elver Leigh. Bearing of gully north and south. The gold is round and water-worn, and of first-rate quality, differing from that found in the nearest mining localities—Morrison's and Dolly's Greek. The depth of sinking la from tan to twelve feet; the bottom la soft elate and aandstone, with pipeclay. The vreuhdirt la composed of cement, gravel, and ironstone, above which Is a stiff clay, covered fay a white drift aaad three or four feet In thickness. The surface alluvium is a stiff blue-coloured clay. A few persons only ar...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 15 October 1864
MINING NOTES. The Hercules Company bare had 154 ounces of fold for their week's crushing. This amount is equal to a ; dividend of £4 per scrip. . The "Talbot Leader" reports *' another magnificent crushing from No. 5 Claim on the Pyrenees Reef. Bedbank. From 110 tons of stone 450 ounces of gold were obtained.*' The terms upon which the amalgamation of the Fort Philip Gold-mining Company and the Clones Quartz-mining Company will be effected were agreed ujwn, at a meeting of the shareholders of the Utter company, held on Thursday last, at Ciunes. Messrs. William Clarke and Sons have received bv telegram the following report of the yields of Sand burst mines for the week:—Ajax, 113oz. from 4&) tons; Hercules, liSox.; Catherine Beef, lOloz.; New Chum, 66ox.; Clarence, SOox.; Tyson's Reef, 17ox.; Catherine Beef (Keith's), ISot. Ihe folio win z telegrams as to yields nave been re ceived from Messrs. Jackson and Falooner, Dayles fordWombat-hill, 4>19oz. ; Cornish and York, Hol. ...