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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

1 A llD'S LADIES' 1 /AtW W TAILORS | PI ^^ »?*?». #* | ^& Princes of @2£aU*» ) SOWJiS. COJITS. DLSTERS. JiJITS. G TOHN REDFERN & SONS have perfected their system for accurately cutting Q .?*' -and fitting garments without the necessity of a personal interview, the com- ! [j! plete success of which has necessitated the re-organisation of their f | Colonial IDtpartment, ; ; J specially arranged for the convenience of Customers residing abroad (from .whom , i they require only a pattern bodice and guarantee a perfect fit). Their branches i in the leading centres of fashion keep them au courcmt of the latest productions, ] * an advantage which is possessed by no other firm. _ On receipt of .'letter . or ] j telegram, 'full sets of Patterns, with Sketches and Estimates will be sent post i ?' r free, from the . . , : , ' j j ' g COLONIAL ORDER DEPARTMENT, AT [j S CO WES, ISLE OF WIGHT, ENGLAND. |- I/JOMJ?: kEDFERJ^ -§- SOJ*S. |: a'-- ? - * - c n; BRAKOHHS -.-LONDON, PARIS,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

? ' ?- ? '? ? - ? \ ? - ? '______' ' ??' ' ?BBkrusesibb METROPOLITAN GAS CO. TO ENCOUB AGE THE GENERAL USE OF Gas Cooking Stoves, Begs to draw the attention of Consumers to the ':? COMFORT, E00N0IT AND CLEANLINESS . ' That is the result of the use of GAS COOKING STOVES. THE SUPERIORITY OF THIS MEANS OF COOKIKG Is daily proved by the demand and increase in the number of Stoves supplied . ??' v '' and fixed by the Company. :?';. ' , ' ' , ' TEiEEMS: ' * « ifwf,STm«S to 3 %M ? ^ MOWED, for 12 MONTHS. A Charge of 2s. per Month *-... If ZEtl v % ? P°r?hB8e(* ?* Expiration of 12 Months, all Bent paid deducted from Pri'. «t Stove. For Cash, a Discount of 10 4»er Cent, allowed. ?-' ' .' ? ? ? ,'?,?''' : ^ No Change ts Made for Fixing, , / ' , . . ' FB.0YIDIS& LENGTH OF PIPIffQ DOES NOT EXCEED 66 FEET. ' ;, s

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

M e qp. b o u r ne' BY 1ST I G- IJ T

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH OF MR. G. D. LANGRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

DEATH OF MR. G. D. LANGRIDGE. It is with fcolings of doop regret that we have to record tho sudden death of Mr. G. D. Lang ridge, who, sinoe tho formation of the present Government, has filled the posts of Chief Secre tary, Commissioner of Customs and Minister of Health, and who, during tho absonoe of Mr. Munro at the Federation Convention, in Sydnoy, has also filled the position of Acting' Premier. The sad event took place at a few minutes past 9 o'clock a. m. on 24th March, whilst Mr. Langridgo was in bod. Though ho had boon fooling slightly unwell for a few days previously, it was never supposed that his end was so near. The cause of death was synaopo and failure of tho heart's action. For some days past. Mr. Langridge had oomplained of feeling unwell, but his symptoms were not such as to oauso alarm. Mrs. Langridge called for him at the Government offices on Monday, 23rd Maroh, and ho returned to his home at Clifton Hill with her, and did not leavo his house again . during the e...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. OUR COLORED SUPPLEMENT READY WAITING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

OUR COLORED SUPPLEMENT READY ' 'WAITING. With this number of The Illustrated Australian Ifews wo present to our readers a colored lithographic copy of a pioture painted by Mr. H. -T. Johnstono, ' tho well known and distinguished Aus tralian artist, entitled Heady 'Waiting. The sketch is characterised by delicacy and pio turesquenoss of treatmont. It represents .a young lady of some 18 summers standing on the verandah of a house overlooking a wido extent of country beyond in the attitudo of expootanoy, as if awaiting the arrival of a oompanion prior to taking an afternoon walk. She is depicted as- more comely .than beautiful, and attired more with a vjew to simplicity and comfort than fashionable elegance. Her hair is tidily arranged, and allowed to fall slightly in a fringe upon tho forehead, giving a softening effeot to her nut brown complexion and pleasing, woll formed features. She leans with her back to the baloony, on which the left hand in out-, strctohed, while the right hang...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

WEST AUSTRALIA. The bq. Raven, owned in Adelaide, was totally wrecked near Rottnest Island on tho 12th March. ' The Bunbury to Boyanup railway was oponed by Mr. Venn, Commissioner of Railways, on the 13th Maroh, amidst a great demonstration. Pilot Thompson, of Albany, while engaged in taking the barque Mary Stewart to sea fell between the vessel and a steam launch on the 13th Maroh, and was crushed to death.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Theophilus Gunn, of Amyton, has contributed £200 to the fund for Dr. Barnardo's Homos, whioh now exceeds £800. . At the half yearly meeting of ' the Adelaide and Suburban Tram Company a - dividend of 4s. per share was declared. During tho half year 2,487,517 passengots wore carried. Captain Adam Johnson died suddenly on 16th Maroh. He camo to tho colony in 1831, but bofore finally settling at Port Adelaide with his family, commanded sovoral ships on the Orient and other linns. '' The mombors of the Pastoral Lands Com mission started for tho Maodonnoll Ranges on 16th Maroh. Thoy make a first trip from Coward Springs'in tho direction of Mount Eba and the country going north, then to Anna: Creek, where they will got on to tho railway line. Nino camels will bo required an tho Coward Springs trip, and 10 oamols for tho other trip. Marion Lillian Kell, aged 23 years, was engaged at an early hour on the 7th Maroh at Unloy Park lighting a firo in the kitohon, when her olo...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SHEARERS' STRIKE IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

THE SHEARERS' STRIKE IN QUEENSLAND.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

?- NEW ZEALAND. At Ashburton a youth jumped on tho back of another, joking, but the lad falling was killed. The souttled vessel Leading Wind has been Hold by auction, and realised £2500. She was purohased by Savory and Co. It is announced that the Government have resolved 'to abolish the property tax, and to impose a land tax in its place. A party of 30 Brunnor colliers who went on strike have commenced co-operative coal mining at'Mokan, and others will follow. The railway through the Manawatu Gorge, completing connection with Wellington and Napier, was opened on the 9th March. ' ,The Government declines to aid tho Imperial Institute,' . on tho ground that Parliament has not. voted any money for that purpose. New Zealand will not he represented at the Mining Exhibition. . ' The Bright Smile mine owned in Sydney has been sold by auction for £9 5a., to satisfy wages. The sale of Crawford's mine hast been delayed, pending the hearing of a winding up .petition. . - ? The timber found on...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

TASMANIA. The consolidated revenue returns for the month of February- total £67,733, against £51,732 for the corresponding period last year. Geo. Harper, aged 38, a prospeotor residing at Newtown, while journeying to Brighton .with his family, found on joining tho train, that one child had been left. He got out of the train, found the child, and endeavoring to rejoin the train whilo in motion, he fell beneath and was out to piooes. The ohild fell oloar of the train, and was scarcely hurt. - -

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

ilMffS 'FRUIT SALTI U simply invaluable to Children, who take it readily. By its regular use, | ' the Wood is made pure, and the whole system entirely renovated. Instead of I being lowering to the Byatem, this preparation u in the Highest degree | invigorating. : ' It ENO'S 'FRUIT SALT ' I Acts as simply, yet just as powerfully, 6n the animal system, as sunshine does | ? ' ?'?..: ' on the'vegetable world. II IT SUPPLIES THE WANT OF RIPE FRUIT, SO ESSENTIAL TO ANIMAL ECONOMY. CAUTIOH.-Bxamint taeh bottlt and tee thai the CaptuU U marked 'f^*'?*™™*''}! I Without it toHhav* bten imposed upon fry a vorlhUu imitation. Sold by all ChemUU. Virtctunu in I ***** Language htm t?xr*v*r* diuate. ; - I Prepared only at^NO^pfelfBAIiT' WORKS, I Pom.roy St., New Oroea Roaft .Ifigdbx^by J. O. BNO'S Patent. |[ Bf AppoHtmon* to H.R.H. tne Dulto of Edinburgh and Hla Excellency the Uoveraor. SHOW BOOMS 95 LITTLE BOUBKE-STREET EAST ; MANUFACTORY, 132 and 134 KUSSELL-STREET, MELBOURNE. Billiard Cloth, Bal...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

TOOTH-AGHE BUNTER'S -ks^S-'3?- NetkrmlgloBM4-ach«uu!idl!fom MPHIIIllf1 Pk /-- mmO'Sd hr nC.VTKK'S MpK1f|MlE MdtTIKK. *U -/w.m. l/l«. If klllllllw EPPSS GRATEFUJL— COMFORTING COCOA. Seven Prize Medals Awarded. Neither scratch nor spurt, the aomta being rounded by a new process. Attention is also drawn to their new ' Graduated Series of Pens,' one pattern being made in four degrees of flexibility. Ask your store keeper for an Assorted Sample Box of either aerie*. Works : Birmingham. England.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

The Autumn Meeting of the Victoria Raoing Club was ? inaugurated under most favorablo circumstances on 28th Feb., the racing boing witnossod by a largo gathering of spectators, including an unusually numerous contingent from the neighboringcolonies, and especially from Now South Wales. Lord Hopetoun arrivod on the course in time to witnoss tho first raoo, and was aocbmpaniod by Lord Kintore, Lotd Hindlip, the ladies Dorothea and ISstella Hope, O.iptnin Aclaud Hood, Mrs. Hood and Captain Wal lington. ? Racing commonced at 1 o'clook with tho Hopofnl Stakes, thewinuor of which was found in Albemarlo (a colt bred by tho late Mr. James White) with Bol Giorno second and Aster third. Tho St.. Logor resulted in one of tho groatest finishes ever soon at Flomington, Gibraltar, tho winnor of the A.J.O. Derby, winning by half a head 'from The Admiral' (who won both tho Maribyrnong Plate and Victoria Dorhy, in addi tion to many other races), Enuo gaining third place.) ;The result was a decided s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

0 I & T. HAM, THE iMERCANTTLB FINANCE, TRUSTEES ft AGENCY CO. OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS 45 SWANSTON-STREET, *? MELBOURNE. LOANS NEGOTIATED BENTS COLLECTED. ESTATES MANAGED^ FUtE AND LIFE INSURANCES EFFECTED. ESTABLISHED 1863 JfWHITE ROSEP ? H fragrant and delicate, its sweetness is Rf.j .' ? delightful. Usenonobut Atkinson's, UP fc-W the original and only true Essence. §M\ m ATKINSON'S B, EflOPOPANAX I HELIOTROPE ]?£. H WOOD VIOLET I TREVOL j|V ^M and other well known Perfumes are 9 ' ^1, superior to nil others for their pfly ' wl strength and natural fragrance. j&» * V J. * B. ATKINSON, jjg , Ik H 84, Old Bond Street, IiOndon. *H , m SI CAUTION I— Only genuine with ihleld- WU'-S V^B ?B«pe blue and yellow label nnd usual K&f-V. S^B^_ TrmdoMark— a' White Kom'— ^Km ?£ S|i^k andadareulnftill. .^09 *il Dr Laville's Liquor G* Pills (Ptrtectly' harmless j fl I I T unfa'iling I I I I I specific %# %J I FOR CURE OF & RHEU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

)? 'FOB THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.' I ^ I CLARKE'S MM'' ?? ^' ?: 'The Hon. Surgeon to his Ex- || ^tff JM'HBAbH'S'fil M^D ' ^M^SmMJ^^^C*Wml ' ' '' '' '^s^oSn^we wrote askiifgOify^S !? Vf ! I fl I WmMJmtB^^^^^^^^^m I A' I ^^B B ^I^SBnl obtain any injurious 'ingredient,, oould supply the Mixture for dis- IB I I IILt^flflP^^^^^ ?^k ?? ? J^ I WS^^IU and is a good, safe and useful medl- . ponflin^ purposes.'* ?? *? r l^^l M.^^^^A^I^^^^^^^^^&^^^. ^^^^^I^^H ^^1 ^^B^^^^^l- ^^H- ^^m^^B^- ^^?^^^^^^^^8^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^B^Bl oinB* tetter from ^ JOHN and Co. ||I|S^^B 'IhBI ll^ lM^ ^^^ '? IBS ^LD^.RS^™^' ^^^^ ?''A most wonderful oaae of the efficacy ot your medicine has transpired here, to which really. 1 or oleansine and oleanne the blood from AlMmnM-ifiT u ,...^ -,„ ?' v«' i,i ' ' j i if not knowing the.faot, I wa. not prepared to give credence A genfleman of great wealth ani For s£f5£Snu£j Eo?enTa* SwJ ^and Blo?d SfiSST and ^^Aun^ffirSSSSiJSSt. of almost worldwide fame and renown, staying here...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

MAKERS OF ALL KINDS OF PILUPING 1»LA\T, OF THE VERY BEST DESCRIPTION, LARGE OR SAIALL, And for HIGH OK LOW LIFTS, with or without ENGINES, STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS FOR EVERY PURPOSE AND ON THE MOST APPROVED DESIGNS, fangyes High-Lift 'Colonial9 Fly- Wheel Pump, for Lifts of 400 F^et - CONTRACTORS FOR PUMPING ENGINES TO MESSRS OHAFPBY BROTHERS, FOR MILDURA AND RENMARK. - ?- ? - ? ~ '. '. ~ : '. ~ - - k, - Ttagye. High Prosmuro Steftm Knglne. ;J_ ~T«xiryo»'~v0rttoai st- am XngUio. ' J Tangye.' Patent Po.mve-Aotion 'Duplex' Pomp. ^?'?;'V ;;-;' '? ? ?? : ,'.??'?..?- ?.';./'':'w - ?.'.?-'?? :-'-';-' A ???-?????'*? A.DDRES8E8: ; . : '? '''? ' ?????' - ;' CORNWALL HOUSE, COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE. iitBOEii .fuiiiiiT Bmmie sobibtl ; , ESTABLISHED 1873. ? INCORPORATED 1874. 5iV'^*Pe^^C^;:,,- ? - - 150.00Q, Loans on Mortgage Exceed ... ? '' .' ? sso'ooo' v SPaidMip on Subscribing Shares ? 60,000 Reserve Funds ... ' ? , '' ? In' ton'* :;l§ :({ ;v v [h. ?,/ .r1?^081*^^ for 12 Months ;Receive 6...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

F ^^^^^ j— -=sS^-iFiiPr^ The all -absorbing topic of publio interest during the month has been the Federation Con vention sitting in Sydney. The preliminary business involved no more serious question thau , the admission of the press, and this having been agreed to, the customary banquet held, and the mutual admiration speeches delivered, the dele gates set to work. Sir Henry Parkes, Premier of New South Wales, was elected President, and Sir Sathuol Griffith, Premier of Queens land, Vice-President. With a view to initiating discussion : tho President sub mitted a series of resolutions, ombraoing the principles upon which it was deemed desirable to base a federal constitution. ' In order to com prehend the proceedings'' which followed it is necessary to give these resolutions in dotail. They were as follow :— 1. That the powers and privileges and terri torial rights of the several existing colonies shall remain intaot, except in respoot to Buck surrenders as may be agreed] upon as ne...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

i^ INDIS»UT#BLE ill |L^VIttENCE,r I I SUPERIORITY HI II DR. REDWOOD, Ph.D., F.C.S., F.I.C., » I ?^ Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy to the Pharmaceutical 1§L'A ? ?« . Society of Great Britain. \ ^ yj ? ?|l 'My analytical and practical experience of ||jf ?^1 'PEARS' SOAP now extends over a very «/vj ?^1 ' lengthened period — nearly fifty years— 8v- I vl 'during which time ; . »^ HI 'I have never come across another 1/ j^ 'TOILET SOAP which so closely I| |l 'realises my ideal of perfection ; i^ ?Sj ' its purity is such that it may be used with |O I 1^1 'perfect confideiice upon the tenderest and MA I ?§1 'most: sensitive skin- EVEN THAT OF A |g;| ?Jn| 'NEW BORN BABE. ^^1 H \^. 1 : - - ' - ? *.?'??-,. ? ^j|a S/j H FORWARDING, INSURANOE, JHIPHNGAGENTS &? GENERAL CARRIERS AGENCIES THROUGHOUT THE COLONIES. M'OULLOGH HRfflG' COMPAKY LIMITP. ?.??--'. s . '. 1TEAD OFlilCE : OOI|LiiN^BTRE|BT_WEST, MELBOURNE. SOUTH AUSTli^LM.V^elai^e' 1-ort AdelttitIoS?-?rfcPi!-io'o u t- Wmionirn. V...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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