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THE ESTIMATES FOR 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

THE ESTIMATES FOR 1864. The estimates of the revenue and expenditure of the colony of Victoria for the year 1864 were laid upon the table of the Assembly on Tuesday. _ It will bo observed from the abstract, which' we give below, and from the finance accounts, that the total' estimated revenue for 1861, including the savings from 1863, is £3,017,802, and the expendi ture is set down at £3,015,283, leaving a balance to the' credit of 18C5 of £2519. ' ' FINANCE ACCOUNTS.— 1863 AND 1864. 1 ' ? KNANOE ACCOUNT, 1863. £ B. d. Balaneo transferred from 1862 . . 213,784 0 0 Bevonuo received to 27th' January, 1861 (including license foes subject to the claims of local bodies, vide Special Supplementary Estimates, J863) . . . . . . 2,766,291 0 0 Probable furthor rocoipts . . . 24,040 0 0 £3,004,121 0 0 ' , £ s. d. Expenditure for 1863, to 31st Decom bor, 1863 ? 2,267,913 0 0 Provable further expenditure . . 580,624 0 0 Supplementary estimatos . . . 70,782 0 0 Special supplementary estimates . 5...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MESSES JOHN M'DONNELL AND CO.'S STORES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

messrs john m'donnell and co.'s ?;?-?'?.? ??.? ?'?'./ stores. ? -????.' .::'???' : : The stores of Messrs John M'Donnell and Co., general merchants, occupy the corner of Elizabeth street and Little Collins ' street, having the greater frontacro to the latter thoroughfare. Thev are built in the ..prevailing style of ?'. architecture, and the buildings have a, very neat- appearance. ' The inner appartments are commodious, and fitted up with every' necessary appliance. s The -premise's; at the corner of the two streets are devoted to the retail : business, and the rear is occupied by the warehouses which are massive stone buildings, containing ample accommodation for the storage of merchandise. ' ? . - ..-/ .-,- ?„: — - ~ » - ? — _ - : /.,- ???-.?: -?'? Wool from the Desert. — Whilst: the inhabitants, of Victoria are worrying one another about the occupation and possession of their Grown lands, and whilst statesmen are puzzling their brains in solving the question between the pastoral ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WHARFAGE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

THE WHARFAGE RATES. The following is tho schedule of tho Wharfage Rates proposed by Mr Verdon, in tho Assembly on the 9th inst. :— 1 ? s. (I Liquids in Bulk.-— Tun, butt .. .. each 3 O Pipe or puncheon s .. ' ..' .. 2 0 .Hogshead .. .. „. .. n 10 Bai-rol or quarter-eask . . . . „ 0 (i Octavo, keg, drum, tin, jar or other small . ' ' single package .v . . . . 0 Other . Goods.— -Ca'so, crate, cask, bale, box, bundle, trunk,' bag, keg, firkin, or package measuring-: — ? , 80 cubic feet and upwards s . . ..SO 20 „ „ „ to 80 .. ..2 0 10 » ,,,, „ ,,20'.. .. 1 C t- i» „ „ „ 10 :?... .. 0 9 3 „ » „ „ 6 :'?.. .. 0 G 1 ,» ,, : „ „ 3 .. .. 0 » Loss than 1 foot.. .. .'. ? .0 2, Steam^ boilers, millstones, chains, machinery, railway materials, cordage, oakum, ilax or other iibr ous arlieles, carriages, furniture, ? and goods not otherwise enumerated, per ton .. ... .. .. .. ..,3 0) Lead, lead piping, iron, iron wire, steel or ^other loose metal, shot, nails, or metal in 'casks, cases, or frames ...

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REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. The new, general regulations of the Board of Education, under the Common Schools Act, having, been approved by the Governor in Council and promulgated, are now in force as law. ' They were presented on the 9th inst. to ^Parliament, but this was a'pure formality ; for, under the eighth section of the .act, it is provided /that ' all general regulations framed by the Board of Education shall lie laid before the Governor in Council,, and, if approved of by him, shall' be published in the Government Gazette, after which they, shall have' the force of law.' These regulations constitute a rather elaborate code, on which it would be rash to pronounce a decided opinion prior to the grand critical, test of experience. It will be inter esting, however, to note some of the leading pro visions of the. regulations. ??'Noschoolvwiir receive aid from the Board of Education, unless it shall be under the management of a local committee of not less than five per...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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POPULATION OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

POPTTT.ATTO'NT OF. VTP.TORTA Quarterly abstract showing tho estimated popula tion of Vijtoriaon the 31st Dpcomber, 1863 : — Males. Females. Parsons. Population on tlio 30th September,; 1863.. ? 326,916 239,891 566,807 Increase of population by excess pf immigration over emigration (by^sea) during the , quarter end ing on the 31st Dec, 1863...........:.. ? 1,650 1,721 3,371 Increase by excess of births over deaths during the quarter ending on the 31st Dec., 1863 ...... 1,722 2,041 3,763 Total ? ., ? . . 330,288. 243,653 573,941 Increase during thoqudrter 3,372 3,762 7,134 Increase during the year '.. /4,520 13,677 18,197 The increase of persons of both sexes during the year by excoss of births' over deaths »r=s 14,014; namely —6308 males and 7706 females ;. that by excoss of ar rivals over departures was 4183. An increase of 5971 females, and a loss of 1788 males took place by sea, leaving the balance' stated. A SnipjiENT or the Remains of Dead Chinese. — Tt may not be uninteresting ...

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CHARGE OF STABBING ON BOARD SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

CHARGE. OF1 STABBING ON BOARD SHIP. At the Sandradge Police Court, on the 8th rost., a seamani named* Robert Leonards was charged with bavihg, on1 the ,16th- December, while on the high 3eas ona'voyaKO from' London to Melbourne, stabbed Thomas Miles, -the captain of the ship Daphne. It appeared'that about three- o'clock on tho afternoon of the day abovementioned, the prisoner and another of the crow-'. were engaged in spinning rope yarn. The second officer,, whoso watch it was, thinking that the men wore not doing enough work, went for ward and spoke' to Leonard about it, at the same time mnlring-1. uso of an abusive term, to which Leonard '- replied in the same style. The captain then went -f6rward, and- asked the prisoner why it tvas that he did' not do- tbe work according to tho directions of the second officer. Prisoner being insolent,-. saying amongst other things, 'I will not bo-talked to-1— put mo in irons' — and that if moh was douo he ? would not come out again until tho Da...

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BUSH FIRE. — SEE PAGE 9. BUSH FERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

BUSH FIRE. — Sun Paob 9. BUSH ME. It is one of the misf ortuneo and also one of the excitements of country life in Australia that we are liable, in the dry season, to wide-spread con flagrations, due— not always to the carelessness of soajnkind, though, that is frequently the primary cause of the bush fires— but to purely natural causes. The friction of two dried-up branches - may, any day, when all nature in the season of drought is as combustible as tinder, make a' fire a hundred miles long. The moisture of 'the present season has been averse to the prevalence of bush fires, but last year wo had them on the grandest scale, traces of which, in the scorched and blackened gums throughout a vast tract of country, are still visible. The last days of 1863 are still memorable for the fires all along the lines of the Victorian Eailway to Melbourne. - The j oppressive heat occasioned , by the; burning forest is .something to think of with 'a ;'? shudder.; -Yet it is curious to note the rap...

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MESSRS JAMES HENTY AND CO.'S STORES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

MESSRS JAMES HENTY AND CO.'S STORES. The offices and stores of Messrs James Henty and Co., merchants, of Melbourne, afford another illus tration of the advancement of our commercial in terests, and the firm basis upon which trade has been established in this colony. ? The buildings, which are situated at No. 11 Little Collins street west, have been erected in place, of the stores for merly used, which very well suited their purpose in earlier days, but were found: to. afford inadequate accommodation for the requirements of an in creasing business. The new buildings, : while combining ' every essential requisite for trade, forma also a very welcome addition to the street architecture of the city. The design bos been car ried out, and -very successfully, of com-1 bining massive strength with a certain amount of architectural lightness and 'elegance. , The walls are of Victorian bluestone and n as far as the string course, the work is what is known as rustic rock-faced ashlar, which re...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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LICENSED VICTUALLERS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

LICENSED VICTUALLERS BILL. , Not the least important measure introduced into the Legislative Assembly for its consideration during the present session is the Licensed Victuallers Bill, brought forward by Mr Michie and read a first time on Wednesday, the 10th inst. The amendment and consolidation of . the acts relating to licensed victuallers is a matter that has long been demanded both by the public and the publicans. The latter have had to complain that they were subject to regulations that were framed to meet the requirements of the convict population of New South Wales. many years since,, and also that the license fees demanded of them, were in some instances excessive. It has likewise been felt to be a great Hardship that the continuance of a license to the occupier of any public house or hotel was, from year to year, dependent on the. mere caprice, of a bench of magistrates. All these matters 'the' new bill proposes to remedy. The manner in which justices of the peace have floc...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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VIEW OF WOOD'S POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

??? y' I::-E- ''W'- ? --0 ;''F- :: W;;;.-6'!d:' D 'S . P.O .t ':»:^;»':o ??? y' I::-E- ''W'- ? --0 ;''F- :: W;;;.-6'!d:' D 'S . P.O .t ':»:^;»':o VIEW OF WOOD'S POINT. Tho attention of mining capitalists and specu lators is at tho present time almost exclusively di rected to tho , nowly-opcned auriferous deposits at. Wood's . Point. From the . most reliable accounts received from this portion of the country, there appears to be no doubt that extremely rich roofs are at present being worked there ; and those well qualified to judge are of opinion that, in the neigh boring ranges, exists tho largest and, richest quartz reefing district in Victoria. Tho lost crushing at Messrs M'Dermott, Casey and Co.'s claim, on the Morning Star Beef, consisting of thirty-six tons of stone, yielded 1581 oz 2 dwt of retorted gold — or within a fraction of 44 oz to the ton. We havo heard some of tho shares in claims on this reef valued at the enormous sum of £200,000, but, of course, such statements mus...

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SHEEP SHEARING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

SHEEP SHEARING-. 'Victoria, great as are her productive powers, has not yet given birth to her Theocritus or Virgil to give poetic honor to the pastoral labors and rewards of the year. '.So important an item 'in the sum total of our national wealth certainly deserves a national poet, and we may hope for the consummation in the intellectual good time coming. The exported pro duce of pastoral industry from the foundation of the colony shows the almost * astounding , aggregate of exports of wool, tallow, hides and skins, in money value, from 1857 to the end of 1860, of not less than £20,858,306. The wool, which in 1837 only amounted to 175,081 pounds, had increasod in 1860 to 24,273,910, or in money valuo from £11,639 to £2,025,066. The sheep, which in 1841 only numbered 782,283, had increased to 5,794,127 in i860. : With our fleeces and our gold we havo more than rea lised the antique fables of the Argonants. The artist has presented a cheerful and charac teristic bit of Australian pa...

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DISTURBANCE AT THE GREAT EXTENDED COMPANY'S CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

DISTURBANCE AT THE 'GREAT EXTENDED COMPANY'S CLAIM. (FROM THE BAiLAABAT EVKNING POST, FEBRUARY 18.) Mi Dowling, at present acting as deputy waraen in the absence of Mr Sherrard, not feeling satisfied with the conduct of the shareholders in the Great Extended Company, in not offering every assistance to the surveyor, Mr T. Cowan, to ~ descend their shaft, sent a telegram to Melbourne yesterday for a body of police, to enforce tho order he had' made in, his capaoity as warden. The authorities acquiesced in the request, and accordingly thirty-five yjnen.^ arrived by the train last night, and-rthese,, accdm paniedby a similar number of the local forces,'; pro ceeded to the claim this morning 'at four 'o'clock. Mr, Dowling and- Mr Cowan r were r also in1 attendance on the spot. The! Great Extended men were well aware' of the intended visit, -and we are glad to note, had the good sense to. offer no violence or resistance. The police were all armed,, but not : a man on the claim had ? an i...

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VESSELS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JANUARY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

VESSELS .SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JANUARY MAIL. January 26. — Greshnm, ship, 965 tons, Ii. C. Brayloy, for Guam, via Taranaki ; W. 1'. White aud Co., agonts. Mayotto, barque, 277 'tons, P. Cogrel, for Madras; Haege and Prell, agcuts. Bombay, R.M.S.S.,60S tons, G. O. Bourne, for Point do Galle ; John Sparkes, 'ncent. January ? 27. — Silentium, Dutch barquo, 359 tons, J. A. N. S. Van Leuin, for Manilla ; J. W. Ploos Van Amstol and Co., agonts. Groat Britain, s., 1794 tons, Gray, for Liverpool, with four hundred and forty pas sengers ; Bright Brothers and Co., agents. January: 28.' — Colonist, schooner, 105 tons, — Soaple house, for Guam; Lukey and Rimmer, agents: Bella Maiina, ship, 564 tons, H. Elliott, for Snn Francisco, via Newcastlo ; Diokson, Williams and Co., agonts. January 29i— rGeneral Huvelock, barque, 532 tonj, W. Smart, , for Rangoon; Josko Brothers, agents. Blackbird, s.,531 tons, John Torrance, for Lyttelton ; Grico,' Sumnor and Co., agents. January 30.— Adieu, ...

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VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JANUARY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE. THE DEPARTURE OF . THE 'JANUARY MAIL. January 26. — Sir John Burgoyno, s., 112 tons, William' Williamson, . from Adelaide ; M'Meckan, Blackwood and Co., agents. Johannes Antonius, Dutch' ship. 720 tons, A. do Voocd-van-dor Straats, irom- itoiteraam ; naego- ano A'reju, ngenia. iviary Millar, barque, 437 ' tons,' J.' Brown,' from Hong Kong ; Kong Meng and Co., agents, pnnelie, barque, 532 tons, James Wylie, from Leith, viq, Plymouth ; Miller and Johnson, agents. Belle, barque, 268 tons, G. R. Woyman, from Foo-Chow-Foo ; , Smith, Strachan and Co., agents. January 27. — Queensland, - barque, , 314 , tons, M. Young, from Calcutta ; R. Towns and Co., agents. Koh-i-noor, barquej 280 tons, John Barrow, from Batavia; Victoria Sugar Company, agents. Maria Ross, barque, 374 tons, W. ' Ross, from New York ; Fisher,'Ricards and Co., agents. ? ' January 28. — Monteagle, ship, 925 tons, J. Brewer, from 'Soderham ;'. J..' Schlostein '. and Co., agents. 'Eastwood Ho, .ship, 6...

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THE NEW LAND BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

THE' NEW' LANDFILL; The. following is. the bill brought in by Mr Hoales, ? intituled ' An Act to Amend the Land Act 1862 ' :— Whoreas it is expedient to ' ariierid the Land Act 1882, bb it 'therefore enacted bv the Queen's Jtost- Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice . and conseni of the Legislative Council and 'Legislative Assembly 61 Victoria, in this 'present Parliament assembled, '.and bj 1 the authority of the same, as follows:— ?,-;?;'. ?-''-'??' ; ; PAllT I, — rNTRODUCTOUY. :; -; 1. This act may5 be cited :tis ' The LandAct 1862 , Amendment Act,' and its several parts aud'subdivisions ? shall be construed with and 'as port of .the corrospoild ing parts and subdivisions; of the Land Act' 1862, and : this act shall continue in forc& for the ' same time as, . and not longer than, the snid last-mentioned act. -? ,2., In any cases where her Majesty, or where the J ^Governor or any person or persons* in the name or on behalf ? of her; Majesty, has or have heretofore con...

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SCHEDULES. FIRST SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

SCHEDULES.! FIRST SCHEDUIiE. '-..'I, A.B., of . ... , being an arbitrator' appointed ;by . -.:'.? -;--;:;; , under the provisions of the one hunT. ;dred' and; eighteenth: section of The Zand Act,. 1862, [or under' OThe Land Act (1862) Amendment ActX, do; solemnly and sincerely declare that I, will, to the best of my lcnowledge, skill, 'and ability, ascertain the\ common boundary of the adjoining runs Icnown as/the ? ???.'.-? ' /run, and the ' \ . ; «run \or oilier wise, according to the purpose of tJie arbitration] .and that I will act in the, discharge of my. duties as such arbitrator without favor or affection to either party.. .. ; ;';.;';;;;..?.': './???'??- So help me God. ; : Swbrn and subscribed ' ? '.'-. /-.: '-.;. /' , ;. ? [Signature.'] ! ' ' .SECOND SCHEDULE. ; , ' -- To CO., selector under .The Land Act, 1862, of allotment No. ?!, in the agricultural area of ., and to -all others whom it may concern. Take notice' that'Ij/A.B., behig a person-: authorised by the Board, of...

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CRIMINAL STATISTICS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

CRIMINAL STATISTICS OF VICTORIA. A return of the criminal statistics for the year 1862, compiled under the superintendence of tho Chief Commissioner of Polico, has just been pub lished and presented to Parliament. The return consists of a series of tables showing tbe number of persons taken into custody by the Victorian police force during the above year, the several offences with which they were charged, their sex, age, conritry; religion, education, occupation, and how they wore disposed of. The return, however, though elaborate enough, so far as it goes, is for from complete. It is accompanied by no report, so that any person deBirous of obtaining an insight into the moral condition of the people, as shown by the cri minal records, is. compelled to wade through a tire some mass of figures before any conclusion can be arrived at. Besides this, there is. .a. very serious omission— -no return being given' of the number of offences really : committecl'., 'Without i this, no accu rate...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

THE MONTH. — ♦' ? The R. M. steamor Northam, with the European December mails, arrived on the 12th instant. The third, session of the present Victorian Par liament was opened on the 26th nit., by the Go Ternor Sir Charles Darling. Averv business-liVo programme was submitted, and an unanimous address adopted in reply to his Excellency. Our legislators are disposed' to make this a working and not a talking session, and are getting through the work aet them with praiseworthy rapidity. The Government of Victoria have essayed that grand problem of Australian politics, the framing -of a land law which shall not sot' all. public and party men by the ears. The difficulty is indeed .great, to meet the necessities of the country, and quiet conflicting interests. The chief proposals of tho amended act introduced by the Land Minister are a system of ' grazing farms,' comprising four blocks of a mile , square, and as near as may be, 2500 acres. It is proposed that one of these blocks should be s...

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THE PUBLIC HEALTH OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

THE PUBLIC HEALTH OF VICTORIA. The eighth annual report of the Central Board of Health has been presented to both' Houses of Par liament. It is a lengthy and rather wordy docu ment, but the following ore ; the principal points. The report relates more particularly to the year 1862 , and the board, in reviewing the proceedings of the year,, express some gratification* 'that the work of sanitary administration, though still for from complete, has undoubtedly, made some pro gress.' With some common-place considerations, the board point to the necessity for further legis lation. In continuance of the sketch, in the report for 1861, on the progress of diseases of the zymotic class, the report shows a reduction of the rate during the past year, and the absence of any specific epidemic contagion calling for special comment. 1 In the year ending June, -1854, the proportion ,of. deaths from diseases of this class,- compared to the total mortality, was 44.8 per cent ;' in 1855, 34;5 : ; in 18...

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THE CENSUS—HERE AND AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

THE CENSUS— HERE ; AND -AT 'HOME. ?It; May appear almost absurd;fto place 'Bide-'by!BidB^ the resale of the census of '61) as they may be deduced^ from the detailed statistics, published in the'volumin ous returns,' compiled by Major Graham' arid; his assis tants, for England and Wales ; by Mr Pitt \Dundas' and1, his staff, for Scotland; andby Mr Donnelly arid clerks,, for Ireland — ^^vith'thbse prepared with equal minuteness. and,;no;doubtj accuracy, by Mr ? Archer.as the'fiegis trax'-General of Victoria. Every statistical return bear ing the impress of ; Mr Archer's labors, as' oomp'arod1. with those emanating trom 'the mother- country, is ? necessarily— rto-nso the oxpressibn-'of a late Attornej' Genoral-^so1 dwarfed by reflection that',' were -iti not for the- brave array of print in which, our' Registrar General has contrived to ; 'set ? forth^ bur r V ways, and means of life ; onr successes and bur^failures ;: and' our' probabilities of life and death, 'we rsh0uld. have appear...

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