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[?] GREVILLE AND BIRD (REUTER'S AGENTS). NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, OCT. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

*'** oktoi* aid ami) (*stma1i aoww). i NSW SOUTH WALSa ' « STDNfeY, Oct. IT. TM tm», tornW»*tn«Bl)WJ,wport«ttikt mierOtroatManianed tortSrt»«T toi . e#id. 8b« %•( sttt till [tared aba nnat bm mat wlto'M ifeMWt'' during tbe hurricane which ppctn^OhttB ebortly after fcadapUtnto Tbe K.M£.«fedfu •whM^btoatoqrto tobtotohtoMafet1- L,0*a " * OTDNBT, Hli ExMUatteythfe ttoTeriwropefced/Wr-' »««rt toto^1 ' :V:i •',B The Mlntatcu Intend to appml tettlWfr ndlatolaatttofairtototdttaBamtai* it*, u to &*{*•« '<* •>tort»n« t*>Whs d«cboOtU»d*.' l> «* n ' IHatatoajJM-tolattoiMitWnifc) wbiJ* l»w wiaiiat tob»1ttjiWMto*or tottt*/ laimto |«)«n'il(ArtU4aiM'^w'fiir' ' t*<*wttc«n»d »ftwttotto»«tttita»4 4w»i to to*tontoto»«rto* totaito* •«*. to* MM* J,, AwiWe iwnii^itf <to totaabawot to* " ' hwtM'toltoawiMtoHlift A'tatt*)lM»fca(ft.'M*to th* to . *w*Mta» itobtowwtototrtniito '^*«P8lt'^ *A TbeaobowierBiMnwto teto BltowW to (gtonriH.ltoep whfaaoal,foa***»»a> ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAMS. BEECHWORTH, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

TELEGRAMS. BEECHWOBTH, IJobdit. Lftfee Kerferd huariMO over twolwW opifigr ] <o Che be*vy lalns. 8VDNBY, I wsoxt. Parliament net at noon today. The Go vernor's speech was vaguer and mora lengthy then utual. It rehired to an improved oystem of keeping Government accounts; to ! the imposition of border dntlei being ren dered neoeasary by Victoria refining oqult *ble arrangements, unless their claim tojuris- | -diction ovet a portion of the colony were re* ■cognised; end to Bttisfactory omngementa having been made with Booth Aaetralla, effect to which wonld be given by MIL It ] elated tbat the question of cbnroh and school lands trusts would have to be dealt with j before the finances for the year were con. «tderrd; tbat proposals for meeting the Ansa •del defiolt wonld be submitted. It ex pressed the hope tbat the difficulties would to -some extent be met by snob an eaten* ■elon of municipal institutions as would ■enable Government to piece on local resources u portion of t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

IMP0UNDIN6S. Balls*.—Impounded at Ballon, 6th October, ]ftU, by Mr. RadleyDark brown marc, * near ahoutoer: red and while bullock, ear marked, CD orer near bade, — Sneer rump, 1)U off ramp, MS off thigh, (writing M); brindle bullock, aewn borne, CD orar #-* near back, f)C near thigh; black cult, near hind loot white, iter, c over — or P over — off shoulder. lltb October, by Mr. Edwards:—Yellow and white now, bold free. near ear marked, C7 off ribs, W near rump (writing Wl; rod and white heUcr calf, no vtribfo brand. By Mr. OsboumeIron grey colt, star, hJotoh over like IMC off ibouldw. If not claimed and ex penses paid, to be aold on 16th November, 1840. ' HnoiV a. Cooter, Ikmndketper. BalLauat.—Impounded at BaUaraL 4Lh October, 1864, by J. M'Retude. Trespass 8s. Hay cob eotwo, •or© book, short tail, 8 or ft off sibouldor. if not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 16tb November, 1804, J.JcitkgwKt PoandJtwper. Bb-voir—Impounded atBelvoir, 6th October, 3664, by William lliton, Esq...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

BALE OF CROWN LANDS. The Melbourne monthly eeriee of Crown land ealeiwaa rammed on Toeeday, at lleeua. Gemmell, M"Cnul, and Co'< room*, and waa well attended. The competition wa* rery TOWN LOTS. Bobeust. County of Ikmrke, pariah of BntUejorrk, eltaate in Ltearatraet wert ot the railway. Cpeet price £8 per acre; Lot L—lr, SO the lot John Diryer. Lot 2.—lr„ £8 6a. the lot. Patriot Heaoey. Lot 8.—lr, £2 16a. the lot Mary Bren Lot d—lr, £4 the lot Mary Brennaod. Lot 6.—lr., £216e. the lot JL A. Courted. Lot a-lr, £816«. the lot. J.M'Qaellan. Lot7,-lr„£36«.tholot HenryKaphari. _ Dnomua. ri Urate tmTpott^HUp&Iyl ji»Ariha]% Seat UmetndaelS nrAcra. Lrt&-lr.29p.,£4tbelot Jemra Oatlar. SUBURBAN LOTS. County of Boutke, pariah of Prahran. altoate on Gardlncr'a Creek, near the junction of Scotchman'• Creelt, and Mine mllaa north wertof Oaklelgh Dpaet prioe, S3 IDt per acta. Lot 8.—12a. Ir.80j>, £i> If*, per acre. Ben). Biley. Lot 10.—Ito. Or. 17p, £ pet acre. B. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE GAZETTE. Lmibltive CocKcit.—Tha Hon. Henry Uillcr ba been duly elected • member of the Lcgislatle Council for the Weatem Pro V'i!egibi»tivb Assiublt.—Additional elec tion retuns bave been received, showing that the follt»lr>g gentlemen bave been duly eh cted i-Francis Longmore, for the district of ltiponand llatnpden; John Molfatt and William lay lee, for the district of Villiereand Heytesbry. The CtoixMilcaL DnrABntENr.—Mr. A. K. C. Selwy returned to duty as director ol pi ologice surreys and collector of Imports on the 13th net. Aitoimmts.—Mr. J. A. Pan ton, P.M., to be the ojcer for conducting the first election ofcoundlomin the proclaimed borough or Jamieeo ; Mr. William Murrell, to be acting clerk of etty sessions at Inverlelgh. ArrorTVEirrs.—Mr. Charles James Tyera, of l'aliriwon,poliosmagistrate, »oc»guar dian tusonsent to the marriage of minors; Mr. Ednwd Alexander Delissei, Melbourne, and M- Bp. Cadogan Campbell, Ssndbutst, to act a surveyors under the 100th clause o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. By the Lady Voung, we have advices from the Cape uf Good Hope to the 18th Angust. The following appears In the Copt Argui of that date" A passenger by the bark Imogen, which left Algna Bay on the 21st of Jane last, bag forwarded us the accompanying letter from St Helena, relating the manner in which a seaman was picked up by that vessel, having been floating about on a portion of a wreck for seven days:—'St Helena, Satur day, July 16, 1661.—Dear Sirs,—Perhaps it may be interesting to many of yonr readers to bear the follo wing facts. As you aTe aware, the bark Imogen left Algoa Bay On tbe 2Ut Jane. On the following day, the oaptain, Charles Gill, of Gosper*, aaw at a long dlr tance a black point floating on the water. Although a strong breeze was blowing, and the ship making at least eight miles an bonr, the captain recognizing a human b:lng turned the ship round at oner, and after an hour's time, picked np a pour shipwrecked sailor. The poor fellow coull scoicelr...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OTTER HUNTING IN CUMBERLAND. (FROM THE FIELD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

OTTER HUNTING IN CUMBERG1ND. (mom tor field.) The CsrlUle pact of otter-hounds, of which Sandy is the huntsman, and the renowned old " Carlisle Thunder" the patriarclisl do?, lure made tome pood work this season, and brought the aport into high repute in the " merrie city." In the day* when Dr. Hildebr.xnd kept a pack, and. prescribed a judicious oourso of otter-hunting to his patient* as better thin K'Ue, Carlisle wat noted for it* otter-hounds; it after the enthusiaslio doctor had gone to his last meet, there was no regularly organised pack for many yean. There were, howerer, many admirers of the aport kft, who had won their spurs under his professional aupsrinten denoe; the bounds were scattered hare and these orer the town among them, and these sportsmen would often bring their hounds to gether and hare a quiet day's sport in the .neighbouring rivem. Thus the sport wat kept up for some twenty or thirty years. Mr. John Irving, of Maryport, had a email game pack, and last, year, w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACCMATISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

'A.OCLWATBATION. (nan adeiibe obtc&tkr, ocr, 8.) ldteLCfiSLu?den,tood ** the I trSfcaSrSiS ttie important *l"» fca*W^vlII«r enW>*** f^R *"D^ E riSr?t I. „l<n0- Bot « h»w ««*•»; >W «rf. for Jaeaawa twj7re had, in the I1# men *bo rkl^^{^. nff " |nWb» 0r o »—.i*r «»p«M and the «k I Isfe&S'teSSj » *«# n^OlS^n1^: looh aoon* IWiethunjr ■"•Mate , / Atte: »SJ&*£ inwUa, , ^foHfcai OnMai, 'taTwah _ __ <t* ijrfattm «feSi'Shi'J i^&Ui temight^ - J ' ^hebthWiuj^u, K'lwtf iwd.'&rai («»»*itSST'urfn? «31 experimental garten u got into proper order, their cuttiration will be attempted and eeefle and autttom will be dWi buted to any mraoni who may be willing to Cultivate them. Mr. Iendeay eapeeially referred to the importance of rillc culture, for which in thle oolony we hate allthe required condition! of climate and aoD. In the eouth of Europe £" *** U 8 a«»t valuable biMchoftnrie. It is quite pottible that the wltfratioint of the ei...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR OF TARIFFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

I THE WAR OP TARIFFS. (ntoii tde bopnec post, oor. 12.) from the inure jreoasnesa of the bor ■ duties, a very general opinion aeetns to evnil that the inconvenience is only tern* rnn\ and that before very long the Ous* ihoose officers on bo' h aides of the river, jth their guaging apparatus and other aphernalta, will be withdrawn. People rcaroely bring themselves to believe that, [ this nineteenth eentnry, a oouple of colo > conld so far barbarise themselves as to bctinn en Intercolonial war of tariffs, •un the thing has been done, bat the rdr population rrgard it more as a piece | bhggartocfo, prompted by inlercoloniai iloiy, than as a fiscal arrangement push about with the serious Intention of turn? to each colony the revenues to |icW.hey consider themselves entitled. That denls In any portion of New South should be subjected to the pay double duties on articles of con seetns to be too preposterous a Ion to bo worthy of consideration, vne of the reasons why we bear so the antic...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

GENE 2 NEWS. B IirsffsBBcriiM.—The the following itatfatfaa i ineuneetion in Poland, orn offioialaource*. During ■ or tlie struggle 80,030 in id Of eererely wounded; 801. t to <bath by military tribunals, Jpersonsloee compromised, Were trans, j Siberia. Tho war contribution* went:—Sit millions of roubles in the of Poland, three millions in utttiu inui, two millions in Volhynla, PodolU, end Kirs. The National Gkmsmmenton itsside, raised the following eoms i—Six millions in Poland, three millions in Lithuania, two mil lions in Volhynia, Podolia, and Kiew, two and a half millions in (Hlicia, and one million in Posnsnia. The number of Poles who found 1 an asylum abroad is estimated at 10,000; Thduk EuwAYi.—The Great Southern Bailwoy of India hae juet published it* report for 1863. The total traffie receipt* amounted w £28,775, showing an incrowe ot £6,903 over the preoeding year. The total expendi ture amounted to £18,240, and the net re mtpta were £16,585. This would return ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMERGENCIES. (FROM THE AUSTRALASIAN MEDICAL JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

EMERGENCIES. inoit TBB ItHTttAUAS KIDICIL JOORHU.) A srave misapprehension appears to exist In the public mind, u to everybody'* right to demand the ferrioet of a medical man, without even an implied obligation of remu neration. In several instances that have oc curred within the lut few weeks, wherein medical men havj refaied to visit persons to whom they were suddenly called, and to at tend whom would bare been productive of loss and tnoonvenienoe, there has been raised a cry of hardbesxtodness and inhumanity, and members of the profession have been held up to public odium for doing simply what la considered perfectly right in those who practise any other vocation save that of heal ing; "Doctors" are presumed to bi philan thropists, having a general commission to do good, but whose remuneration ought to be the satisfaction of which they may be con scious at having performed it They moat be ever ubiquitous, and eager to rush off at the call of distress whenever ft is made, without ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW WHIST RULES. (FROM LONDON PUNCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

T1IE NEW WHIST BULKS. (ROM LOKDOlf rosea.) To oblige the Portland, Arlington, derrick, and other clubs where the fineet whist it pland, a committee bee been appointed to to befooi * * frame a few additional rake not to be (band it Ooslrbe, Osventlish, Baldwin, or nap of the eternised nuthoritiee. As everybody now pU»e whist, and as it is a solemn truth that "toe young man who does not learn it is preparing 4 • " ■.P-5S lor himself a miserable old age, " Mr. IWJim pleasure in giring the new rules a world-wide circulation. Call.—Vou moat ceror oali Sot anyUuqg, when at whist, eiocpf for eeltxer and, sherry, and you may call for tliis oiioe only doling a rubber. Sbun.—A very rude hahit. What ■ ' re the cliter or leave the card-mom, cloae toe gently. Tenace.—Nothing is more unbecoming ihaa to be Tulgarly tenacious, but it ie well to hpn your rights recognised. See-Saw.—Shu ought not to leare the table during a rubber for a game at this, no matter bow much too mar desire to stretch your ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MISCELLANY. Incredible as it nimT seem, many of the richest j planters in Jamaica lire on ooflee-^routids. Tbe last excuse far crinoline ft, that (he • weaker vowels" need much hooping. " P*,whAt ismosnt by rsw recruits ?" " It means soldiers who We not stood 8r«." Hi's a Itramo.—Who is f Why the individual who lately advertised his "seoond MW.? Wby wftefli nw»<he liuaifafc wwnlia the world ? Bnamethey laJUhwtt** tosjjwm, „ Would a promiseo!7 note srhick is mads par able at sight ho legal tender to an Inmate of* blind agiom? A» amy noblemen on privates (a the Volunteers (hey may, in two tenses, be looked upon in thelight of " nnk end file !" A gentleman lately heard* Jebowergmfdj { inform two oonrades that a termtSyJaar i pounder is a oonnon thai oeads a poond GoB exactly seventy-four mika. Patsept medieine men who advertise »C»flrdigD*wmeaiw dbotiia not cipeot pfebeW A little girl burr fai mstags pair of worsted slippers for her lather, ssid to a young com panion mar her...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. LABOUR AND DESTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. IuUBOtJB A2TD DESTITUTION. (TOOK THE BAMIXffOH flPJOTAtOH^ mo mete domeitio fact or tho equation oupuljing travellers with supper, bS, and breakfast is becoming a public question. Tho thing has beoome s system. Erstwhile it was, perhaps, only a private matter, now it hi a public one, and one that everyday is of greater importanoe. We are indnoed to make three remarks by a letter in trliioh a gentle miui, vno eigne himself " A Victim,"' com jdains of the oonduct of certain proprietors of stations, Who lmve oat olT the supply of break fast to travellers, and, by this means, oaueed < titer station proprietors to bo specially patron ised by the tramping fraternity. We can eery veil understand the eObot produoed by this limilotion, and the manner in whiah the " 110 breakfast" etations would be avoided by, at all events, the moot worthless of the "traveller*." An instance iwoently came to our knowledge. A party visited the men's liute of two adjoining stati...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE HOUSEKEEPER'S; ffQBNE^. S»*am Tut m Aid or* FjTOntJfT.—Bofl tea. beui flour in aix quart* water for thirty tnlnnfoa. Xbs aointiouJi pound into a nana), and 8tlb. wheat flo«** •tlrrod in j when cooled to about 6Me*. Febr. twoipiart* boar reait an addtd j and rtlpf tin mlrtnre baa iwinenfodiwwity-four boon, 7)b. liari(y flour an ftrown in. Tbaoompo tmooiafcneaded info dough, taado" ' ahdihopt in a dry plana Another node tar—Wheatflmr mixed to tha nonaittnpqr Qf .i " alighUy ooiend up in a wana < abouttbei f t *Uth day tha odourtwoouM* tliii aour, and ibon %.#! fuUm ote.lu 4ba ta^roi tUn *n^loakfoand,titM''L Wbwiabout tobaqaad, thaoakeaawi 1SSBM®' aaff1

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—OCT. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAT. ARRIVED.—Oct. 20. Gothenburg-, 90S torn, Hugh MtckK from l)utiedln 14 th Intl., vil Bluff Harbour 1Mb inst. P^menger*—saloon: Mrs,, Mi**, and Master PJomuior; lira and Mis* Cohill, Mrs, Wright, Messrs. Greenlaw, Jim mu idU*- uuiiu, airs, wngtit, MOidiu urwnitw, OWwood, ,1. W. Manifold, 'f. Manifold, J. Hart, 'McDonald, M'FwlawJ ; aud sixty fa the steerage. IC'Mcckan, Blackwood, and Co., agents, Helvetia. Bremen barque, 430 tons, J. Wietlng, from Ban fraudtto l"f h August. Pit-senger*—csbin: Mrs. fchetrvv Mr. Rogers ; aud tea In the steerage. Haege and rrcll, agents. Black Swan, as., 400 ton«, W. If. Saunders, from Launceston loth Inst. Piwrngers—saloon: Misses Arthur (two), Messrs. Arthur (two), Or. Robinson, lfr. George frriiic, Mr. J. Kirkby;and nine itftlie •taerage. W id. liases and Co., agents. Oct. 21. Alerandra, A. S N. Company's 450 tons, H. Grainger, from Sydney 16th hint, l'os-cugrr?— saloon: Mrs. Millar, Miss G. Hooper, Mrs. L. B. Sat...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

COMMERCIAL. Thureday JEveuing. There is no greater bruknem to report In the import market as yet bat a better feeling appears to be gradually re establishing itself! The arrival of the Helvetia, from San Fran cisco, produced some consternation, among holders of flour, on til it became known that she was not the bearer of any breadstnfle. The latter feet If, of course, calculated to render the market firmer. In Adelaide brands there have been some small transac tions at well-suBtained rates, and as the supply of the sweet floor in the market is not great, holders are confidently anticipating another advance. Thepriee asking is from £2110a to £25. The price realised by the Callfomlan wheat at auction was lower than hiul been looked for, the parcel, consisting of 2,720 bags, bring sold as per balk, at 9a. to 9a Id. It is in medium condition. The floor, ex Dominique? Hermanns, is selling freely at previous quotations. Bottled been am in demand. Luge orders have come in from New Zealand,...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS IN EQUITY AND INSOLVENCY. NEW COURT-HOUSE.—SATURDAY, OCT. 15. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1884. AND IN THE MATTER OF THE ST. KILDA AND BRIGHTON RAILWAY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

fllTTOQS or BQUITT AKD IHBOLTtVCT. XlW CoUBT-HODS«.—SlTUBDlT. OCT. 16. I (Before hU Honour Mr. Joetioe Hole*worth.) I a ths sma ov res ookfahtbs act, im, avd a tbs matty* or TBS ST. ktlda AMD bb1crt0k matcwat oompamt. A petition by creditors of the 8L KUda and Brighton Bail way Company for an onto to triad It op under the OoBMoiee Act paeaad lavt session, on the ground that it fo unable to meet it* liiUStbi Hie namer of the peti tioning credi tow, and the niton end imoaut of their cl*im«. hare already bees reported. llr. J. W. Stephen aid nr. Heiroyd, for the peti tinning creditor*, were heard yeeter day in support of the petltioa; and Mr. Bunny, for the director* of the company. Mr.C. A. smyth and Mr. Webb (with whom Mr. Ireland, Q C„ waa inatraoted) were heard to-day against the petition, on bthalfof Mr. Gtorue Holme*, a shareholder of the com Wood ra beard on the name side, on behalf of the Melbourne Company, whoee act elves them tnnnlng power* orer the Brighton line, and whoee i...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTS & PASTIMES. LAWS OF CROQUET. (FROM THE FIELD OF AUGUST 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

SP0BT6 Jt PASTIMES. SlAJTB O* oboqttet. '/'"'{rto*'1!#!* heed tit auofbt 80.)" to held in maf lr»j feint to •truok, *nd not imeneing, inanh placer may piaoe trr b« jilflMW> within two fyet ' i * dim im«ibiiun«jtttDf turn* hoop hb toil innrtto UkmM'it * " '»fcto»; V^iCiftoit te ran f<to Ant . ,;«#« 0 aoqtotW J tPOC by one stroke entitles bim to one mallet's length of ground in any direction he pleases ; running throe hoops (ortwo hoops, and hitting the turning-post) entitles him to two mallets' length of ground (r). But in no c&ae must he by taking ground put the ball through his next hoop. VI. A ball is through a hoop when more than half of it is through : half and half is there fore not through (d). Yll. When a ball is stopped, or turned from its oourse, by any obstacle whatever, it is to remain where it has rolled to (e). VIII. If a ball in running a hoop meet with any obstacle, and roll back through its hoop again, the run nevertheless holds good (/). IX. If...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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