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THE LATE WILLIAM THOMAS, GUARDIAN OF ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

THE LATE WILLIAM THOMAS, GUARDIAN OF ABORIGINES. . :? .^r. Thomas, was barnjtn ? |§e,.oity o^,West minster,jLpiidpij,pf (Welsh .parents. , He was the, spri^ol ^n, ofhoor in ifc^e^jgrjtis.h : armyjj who. waskijledat the battle pf^'ainjtj, in Egygt^i(the same, battle in '.'. which the.;. gallant Sir,. Ralnh' Abercrombie. fell.-, inijiis, early ^'years the^u^; ject i of,qur memoir received .an'jejlucatipn^pp^ajj, mensju'ate with, his position in life, and. as j.was oustqmary l f or J ; mentj{in' igns''-, rant, ', of ',$$}}£- at that H-p^rjpdj^ma^^h^^igr^ft^jtou^, timej: nearly,1|twelye,mpgthg?. B^ifigejitinj^p^oij, p^nqip'ally^at .'.i-^ibralttir, ^ at : whiohj.5depoJ4.lifi br6,t)ier was fqhief i of.^th^cpmmissariat; depart: tnent.. Atthevcpnolusioncpf. Vthis ^part^pfjh.is SSSSSSJ ^^^fe-iil*'of1^ -^ otumod- ,tq .London and pp§ne$' ja^schpol in ;the.,.01d KentTrbad,- which ^rp,Ye4,ai.89.qcpss-,r He aqq^red ,; iiqre^ a. conBi ^eraJ?U*ir6p,t!tatipn:. for ;trainiijg yqung£men tot; t]ie.ci*n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS --+--                             BIRTHS.   BENNETT.—On the 11th January[1871], at Sussex-street,   Linton, the wife of Mr. W. G. Bennttt, of a son. BROWN.—On the 4th January, at her residence,       Great Myers-street, Geelong, Mrs. Robert Brown of a son. CARRICK.—On Saturday, 7th January, at Mary-   borough, the wife of Mr. D. Carrick of a daughter. CAREY.—On the 27th December, at Pearson-street, Sale, the wife of Mr. K. Carey of a daughter.   COVERDALE.—On the 30th December, at Sale, the   wife of Mr. James Coverdale of a daughter. FISCHER.—At her residence, Bellarine-street, Gee-       long, Mrs. Edward Fischer of a daughter. &amp...

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THE MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

THE MINES.' '? '!Xhii triliutora ' in the Key Gold Mining Company,' jCrcswick, found a nugget Woigh iiig'SBl';OJii..on'10bh January. ' ' '' ?v A uueirot of ouo hundred and for by- three pounds weight was found at Tyler's on 6th -Jan. It has been bought My the Bank of New South Wales-' ' '* ' . ' ' The Daylesford Mercury 'understands that ?the 'alluvial andijuartz gold obtained in the Hepburn division during 1870 exceeded' in value £ 140, 000 sterling. The gold realised during the quarter ended 31st - December, ?1870, '-'exceeded that of the first quarter of the year by' 2225 'oz. ; the second quarter by 2606 oz. Nearly three-tenths of the year's yield was obtained during the past three months. / 'Mr. 0. J* W. Russell, the mining regis .trar '? for ^ho Ararat division of the Ararat mining -ustrict, reports that during* the last 'quarter7 the increase' of gold from alluvial' .mining has been very considerable; During the 'quarter ending: 30bh June, 1870, the yield was 1829 oz. 6 dwt. ...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 27 December 1867

NEW SOUTH ' WALES. The crop'sin'tlie1 Hnn#%^distHM-haye been damagedi^y. bhelndbaWter tiiJ'fcrioft HWvo bfliiiv ?' Goldi'haji' Ueeril' discovered at New Oaler donial.!-'iriiamall'''*auantities^i;!^i *ifc Now V$\'r ? The scbiddn'dr:iM'issie;-has been wrecked on the North Heatj.M The crew: escaped.'lrtil or, * ii The Forward thas! arrived frompa-Vhaling voyage with^OO' barrels of^oil: ?''? ft vtfiitfmij ?About 150 'Of : the unemployed hayp ap plied i to the; Government for'^work. Imvft fiyi )-?? The Governmenti'hasi' advertised for ten ders for cases'for'ilOOv'torpeddea/i' tb be^ jfsed in the general sohe'niVj for harbor. defehceS.%'i'l ,-i: About 30,000 sheep ihavo«peris'b.ed-'ini^e Oarcoar; district ??'from SthB«e|fectsv'ibf severe weatEer during the. past'seastihiH.s of mjviii'6 ;?? 'It'is-.reportodfthatnthe''Ma.id of Riyerton is ai total wreck 'Afefj^rvisVBay'. oiTlie 'crew- has been saved; &t ?Tci'viS F'-tiy. ThA' cr; Vft ;v::The : Zemindar loading for London takes, besid...

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BAPTIST ASSOCIATION AND MISSION OP VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION AND H(iMEi ? MISSION OF VIOTdRIA. v \; Tho seventh annual session of this Booiety(waB held on Tuesday and Wednesday, 14th and 15th January, in the South Yarra . Baptist Chapoi. We subjoin a summary oi the. two days' pro nfififlinrfa. ? . . . . , - -' . ,, ..??? .,-, :' On Tuesday morning, at half past. eleven,, the Rev. E. G.Lewis, chairman of the association for 1867 and 1868, took the chahv The morn ing was principally occupied with devotional exercises, after which the oh airman's address . was read. This address, after thethanks of the brethren were .given to the chuirraan for his paper, was ordered to be printed and, published among the reports of the meetingi Letters. of application for admission into the association', arid letters of withdrawal were then road; The letter of withdrawal from Collins-street church wiis not accepted, and a resolution was passed djrecting, the executive committee of association to cominuiiiciitp^with the Collins-street church, ...

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H.R.H. PRINCE ALFRED IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

iLr.h: prince Alfred in ^ydMey; On 21st inst. the whole town was bedeoiieS with countless flags from an early, liouf, and transparencies and other: deyidtjs ^or the- grand illumination, had been fixdd on tho prinpjpal buildings, all giving signs of the dssiro of ilie Sydneyitos to aoooid to H,R. Highness the Dulse of, Edinburgh as hearty a, Welconid bd. loyal. ,Bubjeots:to the British , thropo phn giyo. ThP:,,Btreeis were, crowded, , and . tiip utmost . eiithusiasm .prevails. ? Shortly, after iifea-,- b'oibdk :the,^prP-B^rrangod.. signal ;Was loisted at the. Semhphprb , announoing, that ;ho,Galntea wn^off Wollongong, and .might, bo osJEiebtci to arrive at Sydney at threo d!olock, Mi^-.»fi^iiW,|i.aspia 'Wfejintettjed; , ]m,M down the bay began to collect on tho different wharves j (md tjje yayions BtORmeya having ro. ceived their living freights, started for the Heads about noon to take up tho rospe'etive positions set . apart for them. The- flotilla formed outside to the southward o...

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THE EMBARKATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

;....' THE EMBARKATION. . Immediately after tho conclusion of the cere mony of laying the foundation stone of tho Graving Dock, H.R.H and party proceeded to the Breakwater, whore the barge of the' Galatea was in waiting at the first stairs. Here was 'drawn up a military guard consisting of a party of the 14th regiment. Col. Hyde Pago,' com- mander Norman and others were present. The Prince was attended at the embarkation by. his Excellency, several members of his suite, and the Chief Secretary, the hon. G. Verdon, C.B., and the hon. W. M. K. Vale. No time was lost ; the crew tossed their oars, ' Shove off' was the ordor, and almost in less time than this will be road the barge of tho Galatea had loft the Btairs, preceded, followed, surrounded by a crowd of boats, tho occupants of which waved hondker chiefs, some cried ' Good bye,' and others cheered. Very soon tho barge reached its destination, and amid tho firing of salutes from many quarters, and|ander2manned yards, the Galatea's ...

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THE CALEDONIAN GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

THE CALEDONIAN GATHERING. This event, for which great preparations had been made, and an admirable pregjramme of amusement submitted to the public, was opened on 30th alt., at the Zoological Gardens with, some eclat. The patronage accorded to the meeting by bis Royal Highness and hiB Excellency the Governor was sufficient to drawn large assemblage, and, thanks to the arrangements of the committee of management, the promise held out of their presence was realised to the satisfaction of a considerable number of ladies and gentlemen who visited the grounds. It was to be re gretted that the weather was somewhat unfavorable. The wind blew in fitful gusts ; there was on uncomfortable quantity of dust pervading the atmosphere, and the showers of rain which fell at intervals were not sufficient to lay it, and just heavy enough to prove disa greeable to the ladies, without whose presence all entertainments of this character are tame and znedioore. Yet, notwithstanding these drawbacks, there ...

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MESSRS. VIRGOE, SON AND CO'S WAREHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

MESSRS YlfiGBfi, &&&.: AND cb.'S .-;,-- . ,.-!.;. vWAltESpUSE. : . v. ;.''-'. \f.. .. . , , Tbisbuiidirig ;u'.;'_Bitiute|M.^iUle;.,'^J6liijiB.| : street west, within a/few dboirs of Eiizabeth street; ., It stands oh an dllbtment:feeasurhig - 12(i ± &6. '-; .The mam DmldihgiS lbo feeUb'ng, by the. wiioio. width oij the; attotmehtv Tiio ground atihe^eir of .the buyding is pcoupiod by a yard and 6ulj;bljices;,, Tlio jbasemeht is thrown into brio room) to be tdsed entirely for storago. The first and second floors are divided into offices, sample rooma, strong roomB,'. and store roomii_ The walls are, bbiistmbted of bluestono, the front being , of ashlar, hand somely rusticated and wreught. It is crowned with a moulded . pprnioei which . is surmounted. by.A.paiapet. The windows; and door lot. the grbuhd-flp'or are semicircular headed, and those of JUe first floor segmontal headed; the reveals . aijd i' riiheB.ofthe windows and door ore divided and dressed ...

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THE RESIDENCE OF W. ROBERTSON, ESQ., NEAR COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

THE RESIDENCE OP W, ROBERTSON, ESQ., NEAR 0 0 L A C ?BS N. CHEVALIER,

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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH IN TASMANIA. H.M. steam frigate Galatea arrived atHo bart Town at 8.15 p.m. on 6th inst. ; therefore her passage from Hobson's Bay was somewhat under forty-eight hours. About 3000 spectators assembled on the Wharf. Groat enthusiasm prevailed, and the ooncourso cheered im mensely. According to arrangement, a salnto of twenty-one guns was fired from the Albert Battery. This compliment was not returned. The fine ship only displayed St. George's ensign at the peak. From the Launceston Examiner we learn the following particulars : — ' Prince Alfred bns decided not to prolong his stay in Tasmania beyond the time ho has already specified., Tlie Governor has received the following despatch from' his Royal High ness : — ' His Royal Highness regrets that he cannot, prolong his visit to Tasmania beyond the appointed time! as he is expected in ?Sydney on the 21st January, and arrange ments havew been made in that pity to receive his Royal, Highness ,pn that day.' It is sai...

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ALFRED GRAVING DOCK, WILLIAMSTOWN—H. R. H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH LAYING THE MEMORIAL STONE.— SEE SUPPLEMENT, PAGE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

ALFRED GRAVING DOCK, TV I L L I A M S T 0 W N— H. R. H. 1HE DUKE OF EDINBURGH LAYING THE MEMORIAL S T 0 N E.— see supplement, page 7.

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BACKING COLTS IN THE RIDING SCHOOL, POLICE BARRACKS, IN PRESENCE OF THE PRINCE.—SEE PAGE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

BACKING (JOLTS IN THE BIDING SCHOOL, POLICE BA BRAG KB, IN PRESENCE Oi-1 THJi r It 1 N C E.-»:n i-abb lu.

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RECEPTION OF I.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH AT CASTLEMAINE.—SEE SUPPLEMENT, PAGE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

RECEPTION OF r. B. H, THE DUKE OP EDINBURGH AT OASTLEMAIN E.— bee sum^ement, paqe 2. .-?'? ~*~' ?--.... .Aft,

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DEPARTURE OF H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH FROM THE BREAKWATER AT WILLIAMSTOWN, —SEE SUPPLEMENT, PAGE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

DEPARTURE 01? H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH FBOM THE BREAKWATER AT WILLIAMSTOWN.— bbb bxjppusmehx, pi.aa 7.

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FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [SYDNEY HERALD, JANUARY 7.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [STONEY HERALD, JAHUABY 7.1 'A terrible casualty took, place- yesterday morning, at the; railway station at Newtown, when, in an unexpected collision between a passenger train and a goods tram luoth running in the same direction), a gentleman was killed on the spot, and several individuals very much injured.' It appears that the passenger train from. the intermediate stations— known at Newtown as the half-past eight o'clock train — arrived, yesterday morning, at the New town station as usual (if anything a' minute or- two earlier than custom ary), and stopped for passengers at the waiting-sbed on the 'up-line,' about one hundred and fifty yards on the Sydney side of the Newtown station-house. It consisted of twelve or I' lie m carriages, and reached the shed at 8.31, uud was carrying a large number of passengers; Several persons entered the carriages from the stone platform in front of the shed, and the train was on tha point of starting— indeed, it was alrea...

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INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. The series of annual intercolonial rifle con tosts between this colony and Victoria have ter minated, and the challenge shield has become tho property of Netv South Wales. \The Syd-c ney Herald thus sums up the results of the contest:- — ?'?'.? - ;? : All the arrangements for the convenience of the competitors were excellent. Major Hall: nnd Mr Daugar as umpires, and Mr L. Hor dern as referee, gave every satisf action. En sign Strong was on the ground the whole of. the three days superintending iho arrange ments, under the direction , of ? the umpires, contributing to the comfort and convenience of the competitors, and assisting in a variety of ways to tho general rosu.lt. -The marking was .under the direction of Captain Middlemiss, Mr Johnson, Mr Martin and ' Sergeant Whitehead for Victoria; and by 'Mr Cooper, Colorser geantPrince, Color Sergeant Diekson and Staff sergcunt Houston for New South Wales. Messrs Miles, IV. Freeman, Gv Sharp, Sergeant Cuvunoug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

* Those moasongors wore rudoly carved mlaaturQ putpa, porhapa throo toet in loogih, kolit deck upivdrda in tap w*tor by moans bt. a. ? keol— made of ptpces of old , Irou : f outja on tho . Island — Hocurolv;fa8tonod bo tjpb.tli,.;:A stout Blidrt inast of. about olgn'oou luchoa In length, lyltl; a bit of tin nailed to U to Borvo a- onco as tt sail, and to render 'ho moaebacor. cohtplouous, oomplotpd tho contrivance.. ,On tho. dock they put la feglblo bhdvuetora the phip's name, fiq, Anoihor plan (itlpptbd wua ^o.lpU^tp; tho. ..bidders; of. .tna meals,. and p'IgB killed dtid tying to them bits of wood markod in the name mannor, ret thorn afloat In tho hope of thoir being p pkod up. - Two ot those singular momontoo-, 'Just* prepared for launching as the Amherst hovo in siRht, wore brought evor by Mr Meadows, and are, w» telloyo, on view at hlfl sous pjaoo. tqogoutbom Cross

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THE HARBOR OF ST. THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

THE HAEBOE OF ST. THOMAS. Through the kindness of a gentleman who arrived at Sydney by the last Panama steamer, we are enabled to present our readers with an authentic sketch of the aspect presented by the harbor and town of St. Thomas, im mediately after thereoent calamitous hurricane and earthquake, the details ef which came by the Kaikoura, and must be fresh in the minds of all oar readers. .....'? v THE HARBOR OF ST. THOMAS AFTER THE RECENT DISASTERS, FROM AN ORIGINAL SKETCH BY A PASSENGER ON BOARD THE R.M.S.S. LA PLATA.. THE HARBOR OF ST. THOMAS AFTER THE RECENT DISASTERS, FROM AN ORIGINAL SKETCH BY A PASSENGER ON BOARD THE R.M.S.S. LA PLATA..

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