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AN INTERESTING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

rA'N'lNTERESTiNG; ;CASE'^; i,;The .Sandridge police .court, ?,atu-inst.)wa3 pc capieditiliailate hour.'iu' hearing a case which pre sentsisomei featuresi'bf interest. '.Charles Fiske, summoned Wm.: Morgarij', deputy ?Government ship ping 'master, for illegal 'deteritiori of goods. Com plainant' !is; ' cook on board tlie Arbericau barque .Kensington;- which arrived at Melbourne- three, or , four ;weeks ago from. Now York. When the vessel left New'York',1 the chief 'luiite was a -man named John Turner, who'died during thevpyage. He was ill before the vessel sailed,, took tor,bed about 'a -.day r or two after-Jeaying . ?port, ; and iwas confined to bed until nisideath.' ^During: the .whole period of his illness he 'was waited1 on by the complainant Fiske, and' by the; steward,, who is named Lyinari Proutie. ' A day or twp;beifore his death he promised to make com jplairian£,a present for his kindness in attending him,. /and, ^he,; fulfilled , ; his ,f promise . by handiiig ... to . him...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIPPS LAND AND THE LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

'1^GIPPS^ANdI;andV THE LAKES:^va ..-^Figures are sometimes the greatest of fictions, and facts the mostrdelusive of things. , .This accounts ' for what* i& thorough* 'belief 'at; Sale,- and matter .of expimenco'atBairnsaale, being mere fancy; nonsense; and mobrisliinq , at port1 Albert. For .years' the Lake entrance bias been . a : subject of disputation ber tweeri north- and south Gipps Landers. What the one asserted the other denied ;and, at Port Albert (S.fr.), there; is 'never any loss for ' a subject for controversy mt^,any,;pf';thlB inhabitants of \'the' ripper distiict who may, be passing '.through the port' on. their ; way home.v.- The belief ; of .-the Sale people, in; /the en trance; and -in their porti' 'appears to be-of recent &te, with' the exceptiQnr of some few persons who ?nave .always ;be'en:enth'usiastic in-the matter.' 'It is not twelve months ago.', since, \aa , attempt was made 'itQ organise Ja j .company, ^ to. » navigate the Lakes -and import g...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MONDAY, 28TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

'LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Monday, 28tii Novemueb; 'The first meeting of the fourth Parliament undor the New Constitution took place iyesterday. Although ? -sxinsiderable anxiety has been expressed since the ?termination of the elections as to the constitution of me Assembly, but 'little was manifested inside the ?House. Only about a dozen gentlemen, who take an, active. part m,political affairs, were assembled at the doors ^previous to the hour of meeting. - TL he Speaker's gallery -was filled', but principally with ladies desirous of witnessing the ceremony of swear ing , iu the members. At about - half-past eleven o'clock^ the new members began to arrive. \ The total number, present, up to the . time of their being summoned to attend in the Legislative Council, waa seventy-two— six only being absent. As they ???entered the' Chamber they took their seats as follows :— * ,, GOVERNMENT SIDE. ' ' ..Messrs M'Culloch ' Messrs Thompson 1 ; ' Verdon ; ? Orr ? Francis :.' Davios ' ' Higinboth...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPEECH-DAY OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

SPEEOH-DAlr OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND : GRAMMAR ^SCHOOL. The annual speech-day of the Chiu'cn of, England Ofmnmiar, School, St. Kilda road, was celebrated on the 14th inst., /when the usual elocutionary display by the iiupila took place, prizes havhig been previously distributed.to tho successful competitors by his Excel If :icy the Governor.' ' The attendance of pupils was very large, and the body of the school-room' was com pletely -filled by visitors, many, [of whom were ladies. ?The Bishop of Melbourne presided, and severalmem bers. of , the clergy -wero also present. , His Excellency the Governor tookhis seat on the left of .tlie; chairman', Lady Darling find Miss Darling occupying places in front of Jtheiplatfprhi. -The proceedings -having been opuncd with' singing and. prayer, ! . ; ?' i, ,: ?'?' .? vThe.Bish'op of 'ib-iMiopiixurose for the /purpose of addressing the audience. He remarked that this was the seventh occasion on which they had met together .in, annual commemorati...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTUR OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTUR OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL.? November 26. — Malta, barque, '537 tons,'Edward Corrigall, from, Tome; M'CuUoch; - Sellor. and, Co., agents. Mediator, ship, 1068 tons, Malcolm Macauley, from London : De Pass Brothers and Co.: acents;1 ? ' November 27.— St.* Louis, American ship, ' 938 tons, O. H. Ballard, from Boston ; ? Newell1 and Coi, ' agents. Water Nymph,' ship,' 900 tons,' from' London ; De Pass Brothers and Co., agents. - ' - ? ' November 28. — Great Victoria, s., Black Ball Line, 2000 tons, Lieut. Price, R.N., commander, from Liver pool ; Bright ' Brothers jond Co'., . agents. Batavia, Hamburg barque, 373 tons, J. B. F. Grell, from Ham burg ; Haege and Prell, agents. Saxonia, a., 357 tons, J.'C: Blacker, from- Mauritius, ' via Bourbon ; R. and P.^Turnbull, agents. Yorkshire, ship; 1100 tons, .E. -Reynell, . from London, via Plymouth ; W. P. White and- Co., agents. .- Queen of Australia, ship, Thames and Mersey, Line, 1238 .to...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 29TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Tuesday, 29th November. Seldom, if ever, has the Council Chamber been so closely packed with visitors as it was to-day, in anticipation of the ' ceremony of reading the speech by the Governor. An hour before the .time at which the wroceedines were announced to com mence, an ine gaiierieB an xne Jaouse were crowaecii the' -visitors consisting, for the greater part, of ladies, 'many of whom occupied the seats usually reserved, for members, the latter using chairs in place of' the .accustomed benches. Lady .Darling and Miss: -Darling arrived shortly after half-past one. o'clock, and took seats on the right of the President's chair. Every portion of the Chamber had now become densely ? crammed, and numbers oi people; -including ladies,' were compelled^ to stand. :' ; ?' : ' At two o'clock the President took the chair j and almost immediately afterwards the approach of his Excellency tho Governor was announced by the Usher. .. .. . -.-'. ? ? ' ,'?? His Excellency ent...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MANUFACTURE OF STEAM ENGINES AT CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

Manufacture op Steam: Engines at Castkb maine. — JLne great - demand for steam' engines^'ot about 20' to :3p-horse ;' power (which are' those just' now-mostly'souglit-for')- has caused /the :differenfc; iron foundries of; the ' colony to ^be. emplovedJm-. . jnanufaoturmg tbem:. jUn a visit we paid yesterday? to the iron ; foundry/ of '^Messrs Vivian and Co., ofj this town, we observed oue in course of- being made which contained some considerable improvement^ calculated to save, a4 sixteenth of the usual amount of fuel used. The ordinary engine has only one slide valve, but the engina under notice is supplied; with- two, so that :;the,'- steam in the steam-chest has . to pass only.: a 'few' inches to reach the cylin-' ?der,.,.;thus lessening ? the ? amount of - exhaust. We. paid particular ? attention :to the cosIk ings and -general' work, which were quite equal to any we have yet seen. The engine will in? a few days bo completed, and those interested im mediately in- suoh matters, ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A THEATRICAL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

A THEATRICAL. CASE. Mr Barry Sullivan, -the lessee df the Theatre Royal, was summoned to -the district court on 2nd inst.by Mrs Alfred Phillips, for payment of the sum of £12 I3s:4d, alleged to be due as salary for pro fessional services. Tho plaintiff, who stated she bad been engaged under a written agreement to play for £8 pur week, with one half-benefit during the season, made her claim under the following oir outnstuncos : — On the 14th November, a new piece — the ' Tiakot-of-Leave.Mau'- — was about to be pro ducod, and she was cast for the part -of Mrs Wd louyliby; She was, however, taken ill, aud, at Mr Sullivan's request, ; send back the part whiok ha-l been given her to study. She remained uuwell until Friday,- but, on Saturday, at about twelve o'clock, she wrote a note to Mr Sullivan, informing, him that she was able to resamo her duties. On Monday, between three and fonr o'clock, a message came from Mr Sullivan, asking her if she would bo able to play in .the part of Mrs W...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

! - -..-..» . :,'?'''..'??- .'.'. ?Vop'',;i T 'i':!:rV!rV' '. '?''.'?.-..' I :TvHE;; .WE^EvE^L,;^ :: ^GKE,-,. ; .' ! ??'' \-:-\-- -'?--??' -??' V'VAKD.rrs' -:'.'.,' '...', '?'..*:)','',''.. ' AMALGAMATION ? WITH ? THE '- FARMERS' I :!; ''?'.-. ??'; r yvjiyu^^;1- -r'^y' .y-^r ? ; ] On Friday, 30th- September, the -Weekly Age will' ? .appear in a new and improved shape,' and in a greatly ? enlarged size!1 ^-.» /????!'« -.;.?.'?,,,;?-'? ? j The Farmers' Journal/ ai ter 'sa; long and- prosperous- ' career as an independent|pap'e'r,'-wfll'* henceforth' be . incorporated '' with1 Athe:W^E;^Y. Age',' and* the'- two- ? !pjapers,''eaoh ''retaining -its'Jown- special -features of ia- ? terest.'and'respeotive'vliterary/dnd' editorial -'staff, -will' ' : unite their- fbrces'sb'asi to 'produce a' journal! superior' '? tb anythihg-yet'-issuedtfromth'e^yiotbriantPreBsi^'For' ' '. thist purpose ? tie 1- WEEKLYi*A'GE'-iTi]l^ be'1-, enlarged by ?' - ) four extra 'pages^ (equal 'to1 eigtit pages'of -t...

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COMPLAINTS OF PASSENGERS ,PER GREAT VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

.COMI'LAINTS OF PASSEIyGERS JPMli GREAT VICTORIA. The Williamstown police court waa occupied, on 3rd iust. , from ten in the morning until half-piiat eight at night, in hearing complaints which were brought by JameH M'F.-jrlaue, immigration oificer, nerai-nsfc ? Jumps Price, master: of :' the shin Groat Victoria. Th^ first complaint. 'mislaid under tho 24th' section of the Pussengers Act, for ineuflicientr hospital* accpininodation. It was /stated by cow plaiuaut thut some of tho sick passeng(;n-, iustead of being:removed to the hospital, had been obliged to remain;, in their ; berths, '.'-to the discomfort arid injuryof the passengers.' It was proved, hotvever, tbut there wus no want of -accommodation in th« liowyHiiJ and that, although one of the passeugers xho wan troubled with an asthmatic complaint had been con fined to his berth.' for a week,- the reason why be wbh not removed- to the- hospital was that be rufnsed to go there. The complaint was disinisbed. The uesfr charge-was...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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[ADVERTISEMENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

: rADVEBTISEMENT.l ; The Task, os1 .-. Eloquence.— Ouit World in need ; of an lNTERPnETEB.-rrEloquence-'has: been1 finely de scribed by the .poet Ennius as the ' inmost marrow of DersnaBion :' ,it is Plautus. we think ,who speaks - of it ttD LUu.L'ilUlU ittUJIIvMI) f ? \ , iTJ-4dy*-fc' Aiwuu ao ' uxvu^uu home to our ( senses.',;; It;is indeed a noble gift,, and one of- vast ; importance : for,* if 1 rightly / directed,1 it may bo made'?the' splendid stimulus of heroic i yurtue^ th'e crown to which'the patriot' struggles — -the epitaph' for -which the -martyr; dies'. ' ' ?? ??'??'. ^ Religion,'- patribtism',*; the defence/, of innocence, and the' : commemoration of the -illustrious dead, are; all . fit :? subjects -, for »' the ...orator, - and all have , won; for him the echoing .'sympathies ;j of j an t excited audience. - . ' - . . ? .'-.. ? , ??_ ? ' : ?. But whocan now.give utterance., to. the great load of 4 gratitudo which: lie's upbn-,the human.heart ?.. sWho' can become thoj...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE 1 SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE NOVEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

VESSELS SAILED; WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE. ; SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE NOyEM ; BER MAIL. V ;: ? November 24.— Marco Polo, for London: 4651 boles -wool, '2 bales sheepskins, 43 casks tallow,' 206 bags bark, 20 bnles leather, 3 cases f orn-treeB, 8 cases stationery, 1 case silver watches, and 3, boxes 'con- taining 4640 oz of gold.., , Istamboui, for London : 3436 bales wool, 10 bales sheepskins, 2 bales pelts,' ' 1212 firkins butter, ? 382 ingots spelter, l'hhd, 111 bars, 1 keg steel, 287 'bales rags, 4 logs black. wood, 2 bales kangaroo sldns, 356 calf skins, 5 .tons hoofs, &c, 8442 .hides; and 2 boxes, containing 2678 oz 18 dwt of Now Zealand gold, shipped by the' Bank of New South Wales.-. ? ? ? ? ? !:-? .-.-:. ,,'-b. ? . '? .:-,;;,???!-.-? November. 26.— Dover . Castle, for. London :.,.. 2154: bales ?wool,'; 27 : bales leather,^ 128 casks'''* tdllow',-^1550 horns, a quantity of shank bones, 3 cases merchandise, 7 casks '-black' sand,' 9.packages drapery, 1 case emu eggs, - 1...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CHAMPION RIFLEMEN OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

M'NAUaHT0«- . ..M'«\^A-V,; .;:',? M'OAJITNUV, . MMOftMlu' pOVQhAfi,' ' ''. MTpPLEMTSa/''' '. ''' WWf.-CQl. RPPE, . MAJOJt PITT, ', COJ.B. TpSIl^KTON, BAaaOQp. '. PAV?. C0UCWM4N, ?? a'HK' CHAMPION BIFJ»13MI5N Oi' NK\V SOUTWWAL^ M'NAUaHT0«- . ..M'«\^A-V,; .;:',? M'OAJITNUV, . MMOftMlu' pOVQhAfi,' ' ''. MTpPLEMTSa/''' '. ''' WWf.-CQl. RPPE, . MAJOJt PITT, ', COJ.B. TpSIl^KTON, BAaaOQp. '. PAV?. C0UCWM4N, ?? a'HK' CHAMPION BIFJ»13MI5N Oi' NK\V SOUTWWAL^ THE CHA1IWON ' EIFI/EMEN OV NEW SOUTH WALES AND TJOTOBXA, v ' ' The group of riflemen* represented in tho flngrftving wcfo the champions solcc ted from the ynrions volunteer r.omp^uics of Victoria to tako part in; tho unnmU cpn» teat wltti New HontU WftJps for tho clmllenao rfdold. Tlw friendly struggle pominonoed on tho J4U» »* lust jnonth, and, aftop eatpnding ovop ^)iree days, resulted in fdyor of t|»e VJcfcOrinns by aoyontoon «oi»ta, thp total scores being— Victoria, XOa|.} and Jfew South ffulos, JflW, TJio shooting throughput tho n»...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

THE MONTH. The R.M.S.- Bombay, with tho October moils, arrived in Hobson's Bay early on tho morning of the 11th instant, and the delivery of the moils was made with the usual punctuality. In the absence of any exoiting European intelligence, the articles contained in tho British journals respecting the transportation question chiefly ooonpied attention ; and the altered tone' assumed by some of' the lead ing papers' has excited a hope that bur remon strances on the subject will, before long, induce the Koine Government to accede to our wishes, and. ter minate for ever the system of transporting criminals to the 'shores of Western Australia, or any other of the Australian colonies. The Victorian League, how* eyer.Hs4 not 'relaxing its efforts, and farther petitions .tb'W^BiajestyVafcd to bojhJHou8esj»f_the Imperial - ~ Parliament was opened by commission on the 28th November, and next day his Excellency 'at tended in person to read the viceregal' speech, which explained the policy tb...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. HORART TOWN V. MELBOURNE AND NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

-INTEEC.OIiONIAll RIFLE' MATCH. ? IIOH AllT TOWN y. ' MEiiUO.nRNB '/Jip ' NOlS'i'K : ?'.-'? ;-'.?' ? .T.MELllbuJlkiB- ? ~' [''. .'V' , i .An interesting rifle match, ibotween the 1st Hobart Town Rilies and tbe -llelb;ourne' and' North Mel-1 bourne 'Iline Company (Capt; Irving's)j' has just' hi^nn finn«lnripH. TMkv -nnmliRi* nf' nnmnAlif.nrs nn each side was fifteen, and the conditions of the con test were that seven routids should1 be1 firjdd ? at 200,1 300 and- 400 yards, Hytao . position. ' The Tasf ? mariians. fired off on, their.6 wn ground, , oh the 28th' ' of .. November, . and- ha'd*rtbe.yadvantage'. of 'capital weather;. The-total' score, however,. was only- 709 — . not a large one^ considering tbq shortness- of ' tlie ? ranges.* .Tlie reprosentatives 'of ','tbe Melbourne and North Melbourne- Company performed their part of the cohtesfat- the Footscray butts, on 3rd;inst., arid« :-lo$t the match by thirty points. The ? weather, ? it' .may; bo remarked, was unfavorable, ? .Hi...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GLENELG, SOUTH AUSTRALIA— ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

GLENELG, ^SOUTH ?AUSTRALIA— ARRIVAL ;( :;.;.; OF the mail. -:- , Tlie arrival of. the linglish niuil steamer at Glenelg; South Australia, is always an exciting: evont, especially when a'really good race takes phice'.betwoen the boats of rival . newpaper. correspondents 1 and telegraphic agents^ ,-. Grlenelg, with: the exception : 01 the coaling station In King George's Sound, is the first Australian port at which the mail steamer touches, and it is from Adelaide, which'.is situated' about seven- miles distant, -thai the news is telegraphed to Victoria and the adja cent colonies. The objbet of each reporter' is, of course, to board the vessel first/and obtain his packqt of news, so as.tb able to obtain possession of the wh-e before ;his competitors. Theroal; race takes place be tween' the. vessel- and 'the' Glenelg telegraph station, where tho messages, intended .for transmission from Adelaide -to the; other colonies are, marked in the order ini. which :; they 'are ?? received, the m...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

?A' TnAOEDyATBAriiAXiiAT.^ — On Sunday evening, ibout eiglit' o cloclc,. .William' xieaslip,' a carpenter, nras standing Vat'- his ; floor 'in '.Eureka street; Speci uaen Hill,' \vhon'a'woinanj naniecl Mary Ann Garpy, ' n'it.h whom ho hail lieen acniiointGd about six weeks. . came tip to him and said she waa very ill from drink, ;' haying got '. tlie horrors.;' She had a. tin billy1, in. her; hand'; '-and asked him to give her a six pence fdv' ifc. ''HeVrefused'to -lo so, but told li'er if shefelt ill hejwould give' her a.' drink. She, followed hiin into; the.honso, and he gave' her from a; bottle ? which-, contained :about avnobbler of ? gin; two-thirds; ofiit-j;. She then, ;.with his permission, sat downin. the- kitchen . ; - While' stooping down- at' tiie rear of* the ; building' to procure souie wood with1 which' tb light' a' fire, lie1 perceived \the womatt-go Jnto'liis' bedroom. ..He re-entered, the house; .and* imme-' diately afterwards lieard' the; wonian ci-y ont ' Tiiisf i...

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PARRAMATTA RIVER, NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

PAKRAMATTA RIVER, XEW SOUTH '.-?-'.':-.. : , ? .. '' ?'..- walhs. ???: ?-. ? -..?.''- 'The accompanying sketch, taken from the Observa iory Hill, Sydney, whence the bestview of the upper iprtion of the harbor is to he. ;had, 'represents .the Parramatta IJiver, looking. upward to the west, from where it; falls into Port Jackson, between Goat Island, ji Hiniill islet on the right, used as a magazine for,: gunpowder, arid the bold rocky proriiontory kno^Yn as Bull's Head, under which is some pf the deepest .water in the harbor, towards1 the towu pf Parramatta,1 at the 'I head of 'the navigable portion of the river, and at a distance , of from two to three hours' voyage per steamer. This trip, a favorite one amongst the resi dents of Sydney ou a Saturday afternoon, is very pleasimt for the lover of. quiet scenery. There are, numberless windings and branch creeks, many of them of great extent. Oii the left, in a somewhat capacious bay, formed by a bend of the river, is the notorious .dep...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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PASTORAL OCCUPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

PASTORAIi ?OGOUPAl^ON'.- .' The following return,. .showing, tho. number of runs in.eaob.- Crown Lands Commissioner's :district, 7 the number; of aorosi rented- from: the: Crown by pastoral tenants;V and- the ren.t per ncro, has ? beeii laid' before the Legislative' Assembly: — ?'?'_ ? ?? ? ? ' \rc.a. arnVRent of V the. several Huns in Victoria,, us'. determined tinder the i)rovisions of theliandAct, ' 18(52, classed in Pa3tornl Districts. . ? ?.'...- .-, ,-, =-. ? -. :???-',- ; ' -.'m-= -i5 ^ ? ? t;' - - . ? ?- o: .aj t3 j : ', , ? .. .'.§?. :i ..?:.-?????.-?-.'? §;g^.'^ ' ?????? ' ?i'7 « :St5- .-'''' ^ ??'??-? ^|Md-'. . Name' of - '3' -'g,5- ' Rent' per , ? 'o^'gjS ' district. 'u,-: -a gS; Annum. WggS'-' ' '?'?,' 'i-'-'a1' ' '-'' '??.'? ' iS'.2rS'iiJv ; ;.; '??/'.;; .&: '3^ .;'-./ ?; . |^^'V ; ': ?,.:.; ? v_ jf_ __-£ -_i_ _JL_^__ ___ ^ :.iV.;.; : ?,:-. 1 .'.? .??. ..-,;?..., : .;£?-?:??. ^ d ;? ...s- ?-.;?.::. : Ai-arat ....... 20 ! 703,025 11J455 2 8 ' !IOg^24* Ballaarat/...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 December 1864

W.wroN .OuTnAGE.— A correspondent sends us ithe following:-^ On Wednosuay night last, a mali Jcions; outrage was committed by; some; evil person ;or persons, on tKo machinery and ' boilers of tlio: Munthnm sheep dip, holos being. bammeted into the copper boilers, and the taps of, the iron boilers smashed off,- the brickwork; pulled clowns nnd ira iron pump broken in pieces; and the remnants of a cask of 'sulphur aud' arsonio rolled into tbe creek. :No bhie pan be obtained, to tho pei'pctr.'itors of this daring ontrago, but a reward Of £50bas been offered on conviction. ? It happened1 somewhat ? fortunately that Mr King bad only completed the dipping- of ; tho last of the Muntham sheep* 'on the afternoon previous to the occurrence, otherwise tbe conse queHce might have been much more serious. On the same night ahntthat was being- erected on the p/operty of Mr'Bromlbyj -Bruk Brnk; was mali ciously sot on fire;- and a pbrtibu of it destroyed and ' all the tools. 'Verily, .Mr Editor,Jis...

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