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MR. MICHIE AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MR. MICH1E AT ST. KILDA. Sir. Michie, the Minister of Justice, who is a candidate for the representation of St. Kilda in the Legislative Assembly, addressed a meet ing of the electors on Thursday evening, at the Town-hall. There was a large attendance, the hall being completely filled. Sir. Bunny, mayor of St. Kilda, occupied the cbair. The Chairman briefly went through what he termed the unnecessary form of intro ducing the candidate. Sir. Michie, in his opening remarks, stated the circumstances under which Messrs. Brod ribb and Johnston bad retired from the elec tion, leaving him in the field with four other candidates, all of whom wero friendly to the Government of which he was a member. The position was a very peculiar one; it was a case of "Save me from my friends!" The situation w as very well illustrated by a speech made by one of the elector-, who remarked to a Irietd, "Oh, Micbie is safe; so I shall plump for some one else." That was, however, a very extraordinary way of ma...

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

WE. BLACKWOOD AT WEST MEL BOURNE. Mr. J. B. BlukwooJ. om of the candidates j for West Melbourne, addressed a public meeting at St. Patrick's-hall last areolae. There was a good attendance. Mr. Inglis, of Messrs. Oswald and Inglls, was celled to the chair. The CumuK briefly introduced the can didate, and remarked that West Melbourne wanted a practical man, and not a "loafer,'' to represent it Mr. Blsowoob, who was received with applause, began bj observing that a few weeks ago he had no intention of oocnpylng his present position; but having reoaired a requisition signed by 4Q0 or 600 electors, be had thought it right to become a candidate. He bad also been requested to ataod by many gentlemen connected with the ship ping interest, and hitherto that interest bad not beat altogether fairly represented in Parliament Ha need hardly nay-ghat be was not a stranger to tin oom munity, baring beat resident amongst them for a number of yean, and having taken an Interest is every election sino...

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

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SYDNEY, Fmdat. HKtfig the *raat or confidence debate but y Wr. Arnold made * direct charge of ttftipqr sod corruption against the Mtabter of jPabllc Wort*. The debate mi imme diab$r ((topped, and •4i°nrnet' until Tues A^lfiotdcr that the charge might be In erdjtalfiij In the meanwhile, witneaeee were aornmonwl to ypear at the bar of the House <o-du, Thelnreetigathm Is now proceeding. The erldenoe aerionsl/ implicate! Mr. Hoi Hfd nndie likelp to npeettbe Ministry. ThetStahjeman'e cargo was told by auction £19 2a- 61 to £19 7a <JJ.j wheat, Be.; bags, li. 8d. The extra sals and therOaWthmlan new« together hate improred the'ipaihgt, and higher ratee are looked fan Adaapatch from the Oommandafrla-Chlef reeelade Hie docoslot), ordering Captain Sarin I» fiow ^peemUted to 4ta the 2nd battaUonof the 12th fitted, ^pfpUAalfifit night, fine IpfbH^rgemp^HthMa. I. a M aen, ditlfadboarne. ADELAIDE, Earner. b > jmi&Afltaitii w» B*w ij&amp...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. THE ABSCONDING MANAGER OF THE MONT DE PIETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. TuuEbDAV, October 20. THE ABSCONDING MANAGER OF THE MONT DE TIEf E. Louis Fiechel, late mauager of tho Mont deFitte, was brought upon remand upon four | separate charges,—(1), of stealing jewellery from the Mont de Fiete; of stealing mouey and goods; v3), of embezzlement; and (4), of | fraudulently talcing goods. Mr. Dawson and Mr. Aspinall appeared to prosecute. Mr. F. Stephen aud Mr. Read de fended the prisoner. Mr. Dawsos, in statiDg the case against tho prisoner, said he should proceed against htm on the charge of laroeny as a servant. Michael J. P. Ilanify, who stated the agree ment produced was signed in his presence by the prisoner, pn tbeGth September, 1861. (Phis was an agreement between the prisoner aud the directors, iu which be engaged to serve the company as a branch agent for twelve months.) In cross-examination, witness stated tbat many of the directors whose names were mentioned in the agreement were no longer concerned in the company. It was ...

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

AQUATICS. Oceax Rice ahd Regattas.—The ocean match of the Royal Victoria Vaciit Club, at the Torquay Regatta, took place on Tuesday. The course was from Torquay round the Eddy atone lighthouse to Plymouth Sound, by the West Channel. The prizes were a ailrer eoup tureen, value £60, for schooners ; an orna mental piece of plate, value £40, for cutters and yawls over forty tone; a piece of plate, value £15, for all vessels under forty tons. The weather was clear, but the wind blew heavily from the E.N.E., so that only four out of fifteen yachta entered for the first and seoond prizes, viz., the schooners Aline, Emily, and Columbine, and the yawl Julia, and none for the third prize. The competing yachts left Torquay at nine ami., with a fair wind for the Eddystone, whence they had to beat into Ply mouth, the winners reaching there—the Julia at 3.33 p.m., and the Aline at 33330 p.m.— Three successful regattas were held last week on the Devonshire coast, viz., Teignmouth, Paignton, and ^B...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINCE ARTHUR FOR THE DERBY. (FROM THE TIMES.) YORK ASSIZES.—AUG. 4. PINPOLD v. OSBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

PBtKCE ARTHUR FOB TOT DeBBT. (fbom toe ttves.) tobk Assizes.—aug. 4. LI**** PIXPOJJ) V. OSBOBZTC. rTTbis was an action for .an assault, Mr. Campbell Foster and Mr, Fitzjames Stephen were for the plain tiff; and Mr. Price,* Q.C., and Mr. fibepbera for the defendant. The defendants father keeps a Urge training establishment for racehorses at AsagiJi, sear Middlebam, and the plaintiff was employed with other boys about tie atables. Mr. Osborne ran a horse called Prinoe Arthur for the last Derby, which, however,did notshow in the front at the end of the race. When the news came Jiown to Asbgill the defendant fancied that some of the boys bad divulged the secrets of the stable. The same evening Jje got drunk, and in the course of the night got into the room where the plaintiff and Gvc other boys were sleeping. He accused them of " touting," and seizing on the plaintiff, began to beat him with a stick, which ne at last broke over the boy's head. The next morning the defendant came into th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING LAW IN ENGLAND. JURISDICTION OF STEWARDS OF RACE MEETINGS. (FROM THE TIMES.) YORK ASSIZER.—AUG. 2. MASTERMAN. v. KITCHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

3ET1NG LAW IN ENGLAND. Jinrapfeziotf c* Seewabds or Rici Mot eras. 4nou raxmm.) ,¥ork jUkzbs.—Arc. 5. HAnXEMAV T. KTtOEJXQ. This »u an action to reoovor foe stakes alleged to hare been won in a horse-loos, end proved no eioeptioD to the ehsractor for bard (wearing which hone caueeihaTe gained. Mr. Digby fiksymour, Q.O., nod Mr. Bkidmora wen for the plain tiff, and Mr. Price, Q.O., for the defendant. The plaintiff, who ie an auctioneer at ! Richmond, entered hie mare, Good Adviee, for tiie Cleveland Handicap at the Stokeadey Meeting, whioh come off on the 23rd of May, Two outer hone* ran, and the plaintiff's man came in first, upon which he claimed the (taker of the defendant, who wee the clerk of the course. Hie defendant refused to hind over the stakes, on the ground that then was a con dition that they wen not to be handed over to the winner unless three horses nut, the property of different owners, and also because there wae another condition that every dispute should be settled ...

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

MEETINGS OF CLUBS. A preliminary meeting, of the Camgham Cricket Club was held on Friday evening last, and another meeting was called for Wednesday, at the Greyhound Hotel, for the purpose of making arrangements fin: the opening match of the season. ' On Wednesday evening week, a meeting of the Amherst Cricket dob was held at the Southern Cross Hotel, for the purpose of electing office bearers end making arrange ments for opening the season of 1864-5. Mr. T. Evans occupied the chair. The following officers were elected:—President, 3. Quarter .man, Esq., J.P.; vice-president, Mr. Free st one, sen.; secretary, Mr. W. Wood [ general -committee of management, Messrs. Calloway, Allen, Wolfe, Evans, and Douglas. The various xdnbs in our neighbourhood seem to be showing signs of vigorous, vitality this season. The Amherst Club still retains its best members. ' A"meeting was held on Friday, at the Uni versity, Tor the purpose of establishing a cricket dob in connexion with that imtttution. ...

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

I tot: CBKAlt 03? CWOOTT. 1 Kent but ifcawwbtjt tMittftr nUmiui or <Ji%. tffatefttough ibe&£ttt tnMtiMiWl*, A*3£ t^^iiA^rTy^^Tfffr^Ttf iMit iojlcWt* i W» and indiflerent, arp treated of,stare,, lowlengthily. ThegreatorportioBof! niwwsrily uninterestingtotbe j Australasiana. It Utenrf^sae ms toui ; ' on commencing in thane oolnmiu a what hu been done at the fount*) cricket during tbe month, it wilj be mote ; generally satisfactory if, instead of e^touS*" the news, aa*« our wont in theroluma««-{' our predecessor, we substitute therefor a mote % lengthy notice of such event* «s j-rserm imitl-. thing like traiverasj interest—sltim the butt^'; it were, end offer to our readers the Iusoi(Hi| S| deposit thereby obtained. In .pursuing this plan, chronological sequence will not bo ot- 4 served, our object being the iulce mote H'-n -V the utile, though the latter yrfll not he ignored. '£/ On this.principle, we on the present coca-' sion give precedence to "tbe grand week at...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES ARRANGED FOR OCTOBER. [Secretaries will oblige by furnishing us with any additions to or alterations in the subjoined list.] To-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MiTfiTTKfl ARRANGED FOB OOTOBEB. SSecretaries will oblige by furnishing tu ti any additions to or alterations in the subjoined list.] To-bit. M.C.C. r. East Melbourne, at M.C.C. ground. Do. (second elevens), at East Melbourne. Richmond v. St. Hilda, at Richmond. Do. (eeoond elevens), at St. Kilda. Emerald-hill v. Prinoe of Wale*, at Emerald hOl. Brunswick v. South Melbourne, at Brunsvick. Do. (second elevens), at South Pari. Malvera-hill v. Hawthorn, at Malvero-luH. Oollingwood Oommereial v. South Melbourne, at South Park. Civil Service Departmental, at Civil Servioe ground. Royal Park v- Fawhner Park, at Royal Park. 89—M.C.C. t. Bichmond, at Richmond. 89—Do. (second eleven^, at Melbourne. 89—Eswknor Park v. Rose of Melbourne, at South Tana. * 29—South Melbourne v. Malvern Hill, at South Park. . 29—Bart. Melbourne v. fit.: Hilda, at East Melbourne. 29—Civil Servioe v. South Kama, at (Evil > Servioe ground. ■ 29-ObUiiuMPOod Commercial v. Malvern Hut, 29—Bnmnriit v. Emerald-lull, a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. NOTICE. [Reports of matches for insertion in our columns should resell us as early in the week as possible—not later, certainly, than Tuesday evening. This is necessary, as the country edition of The Australasian is sent to press early on Thursday morning. Announcements as to arrangements for the day on which the paper is published, and which are wanted to appear in the town edition only, may be sent in on Friday. We hope our country friends, and those in other colonies, will not fail to keep us posted up at to what they are doing.—ED. The Australasian.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

CRICKET. [Reports of matches forinsertion in our columns should resell us as early in the weelc as pos sible— cot liter, certainly, than Tuesday evening. This is necessary, as the country edition of The Australasian is sent U> press early on Thursday morning. Announce ments as to arrangements for the day on which the paper is published, and which are wanted to appear in the town edition only, may be sent in on Friday. We hope our country friends, and those in other colonies, wdl not fail to keep us posted up at to what they are doing.—Ed. The Jar trolotiau'l All oomxnonloatioDi must be addressed to the Editor, ond endorsed w Cricket."

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

THE VOLUNTEER FORCE. The St Kilda Artillery Corps trill parade on Monday morning, for the purpose of mounting two gong in their practice batteries. The next inspection of conntiy cavalry cbrpe 'will take place at Kyneton on the 7th of November. The Sandhurst, Kyneton, and Caetlemaine troops will parade on this occa sion. The Emerald-hill Artillery Company are ahout to give a theatrical performance, in aid of their Orderly-room Faad. The offer of Mr. Barry Sullivan of the nee of the Theatre Royal for one night for £100 has been ac cepted. Instructions and regulations for the 1864 05 course of musketry instruction are. now being drawn up. The practice will be more severer than that required in previous courses. . The official quarterly inspection of the various volunteer corps has now been com pleted. The Pentridge Rifles were tbe list to piss the ordeal. " Very satisfactory" is tile opinion expressed by the authorities on these inspections. It is evident that the force has not neglec...

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

TOWN NEWS, ler-Gener&l Chute has given a hind gold cop. valued at thirty guineas, to be for by die member! of the Victorian iteer Foroe, at the ensuing rifle meeting, ip haa been placed at the disposal of of the Rifle Association, and will in match No. 2, to be contested twenty beet la Hatch No. 1, In which tativea of the various corps will take volunteers will eee In this hand lift another proof of the intereet the r-general takes in all their doings, il accident occurred in Little Collins [teterday afternoon, abont half-past when a little girl, named Mary between two and three yearn ver by a passing dray, receiving in m which ehe died in a short time ied lately after the accident ahc up and carried to her parents' re by, and medlcsl assistance eras procud bat the injuries were so aerloas that liWnild not be saved. The driver of the caias taken Into custody, pending the it suit fie inquest. The lanical Qsrdeof, should the weather prove f I floe, will prubtbly be the scene o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FOREST OF ARDEN. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE FOREST OF ARDEN. No. I. It has alwaysbeen a moot point among the commentstoia of Sliskspeare, whether the scene of his loveliest idyll, " As Ton Like It," is to be laid in the foreign Ardennes, or in that street district of stream and field, the pastoral Arden of his native Warwickshire. The whole play is ao redolent of air and sunshine, and the graceful figures that more among ile scenery bo thoroughly suit and blend with the wild woodland background, that it is almost sacrilege to associate its idea with segbt but primeval nature in its simplest garb. The Arden of the poet's tune has taken flight for ever. The fairies and the nymphs, with Eobin Hood and Little John, hare vanished many a year before the pant of the steam engine and the sbriek of the locomotire; the shepherds and shepherdesses have faded into pale-cheeked operatives; and Celia and Hosalind, Orlando and Jacques, smile sadly on us from a far-distant shore. But at ila beat, in the bright days of Elisa beth, when Sb...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTES AND QUERIES. In the brief answer to our correspondent, for gouias should have been written pinseau. Whether at Ballarat or elsewhere, he will find the pineau, both white and red, a very safe vine to grow. More in our next. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

NOTES AND QUERIES. In the brief aniwer to our oomtpondrtt, for gouiat ahould hare boon written pineau. Whether at Ballant'or eUewliere, hewlll find toe pineau, both white and red, a very oafs vine to grow. More in our next. TO TBM JEDITOB Of TH1 AtKTS4£UtlH. Sir,—I have a very fine partly-bred Arab mare, which I am anions to send to a good Art!b bone this season, dan you or any of vour readers inform me when suoli a hone is to be found ? Tour obedient ierr»nt, M. Sir,—Out you inform me whether the An climatitelion Society here en; Obinoee eheep they will »e!l P If «o, at what price P I w. [None at pretent [ but write to Hr. <J. Sprigg. secretary of the Aeelimatintion So ciety, 8iraii»U>n-«treet. —Ed. Tkt Autrala Sir,—In your predeoessor, the leonta*, I saw soma remark* respecting the moit auitable [ hedge plante for the oolony, and I make free to add tothelistthe "hakea," than whiolx do more : euitable plant can Troll be found, especially for poor diy sods. The whiteth...

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

AQUATICS. Balla*** Alabama Club,-J?* ntarir formtd Alttant Bowing UiisiuLit^m Brliiah Houl, on Wednesday eT«n&t(¥r. J. Allan In the chiir), Appointed anwxecu* tin committer, and draw np and afpnm * OKtaofiDlt*. i- -iii •ArasSSrs'srtSfe Colonel Goto BtoWon, will tdt fUM'Vn Wednetday. Uie ISUiNwemlMc. : •»■".»

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

LATEST SPORTING NEWS. Victoria Tow SuBscsipriONBooii.— A general meeting of the members of the sub ecriptioc-room, at the Albion Hotel, is called iorllocday evening, to elect two members of ibe managing;co&unlttee in, tbe room of two resigned, and for other business. Butthesiiale, Bbowes, Ann CAsscst* Tubf C'lib,-A general meeting of tbe mem bers of i he Smythesdale, Browns, and Oarn gbam Turf Club was held, at Power's Boyal Hotel, Smythesdale, on Tuesday evening. Present— the president, Mr. J. P. Hamilton (in tbe chair), Messna T. Hopper, R. H. Lock, Oman, Lewis, llawlingf, Power, and Jones. Tbe secretary read tbe programme, which was adopted, and ordered to be advertised. The president said that the balance In tbe bank to tbe credit of the dub was £99 7a 8d. Several new members were baiiottod for and duly elected. The Haiwos. Races—The following are the weights decided on for the two handicaps to be run at the approaching Deosmber meet ing. There Is in both a prise reserve...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAISING STOCKS OF FRUIT TREES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

BUSING STOCKS OF FRUIT TBEES. TO TBI EDITOR OF TEE AUSTEAlASIAK. Sir,—Toot correspondent ** Zelandia" is Its far information on ""the mode of railing stocks for fruit tieee, whether seeds or cut tings; alio, how the damson is usually raised.'' Of fruit trees, stocks raised from seeds are the apple, for which, the wild crab (Pyrai mains) is usually sown; apple stocks are sometimes raised from suckers (Paradise stocks for earlyTruitlng). The apple, when worked upon the Paradise stock, is abort-lived, and forms small stunted trees, though bearing good mops; they are sometimes raised from settings of the wild crab, planted in moist aaody sail, in ths month of Jane. The pear is nsnslly worked upon the wild pear (Pyrns communis), raised from seeds, and eometlmes upon the quince stock; but the qoioce rarely proves a suitable stock in this climate. Cherry.— The beat stooka are seedlings of the wild cheny, or those raised from seeds of ths cultivated varieties. Peach and Nectarine.— On moist...

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

QUAIL. TO TBS BD1TOB OS TBS AUSTRALASIAS* oir,—i uve teen a letter in your last week's lame commentlug on some remarks made by " Ij. Y. N." respecting the scarcity of quell. " Laurel's" remark I alloir while conSned within very narrow limits, but to allow it as chief cause I tumbly btg to differ with Mm. As a true lover of quail-shooting, I for many years have marked a gradual decrease in them year after year. I am not of opinion that there is any natural change to which they are subjected now'mors than before; but certain I am that, as a general thing, the gun is their mildest enemy, in this quarter especially. Bight years ago there was no place round this locality suited for quail, but they were to be foand in abundance. Last season it would be reckoned a godsend to come across a dozen in a hard day's travel, with the keenest of dogs. Is this to be charged to the gun ? ' No, no. I know thousands of acres of what used to be good quail ground where few, if any, have ever been shot o...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NATURAL HISTORY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

NATURAL HISTORY. TO THE EDITOR Of THE ACST&ALASIU. oir,—i was much pleased on leading in the lest number of the Fynan your appeal to thoee among your nnmetooe correepondenta who ate intended in natutal history, and I trust it wilt be numerously and faithfully responded to. I should be still more highly gratified to see a portion of Tie Auttral en'an specially devoted to the subject— any, only one column, headed " The Katsnllst," in which ait who felt disposed could impart or seek information. It would be a repository for the "jottings " of the few naturalists who are scattered over this great country, and a medium through which they could communicate with each other. One might base a new species to rooord, or soma interesting trait in the habits of beast, bird, or insect—another might bs desirous of knowing where specimens of such end such birds could be procured, or of obtaining soma information respecting the nldlfl cation of others, and so on. And then there are the migra...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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