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

PIANOS, CABINET ORGANS, MUSICAL BOXES, -3BOLIAN ORGANS, &c, At Almost Wholesale Prices for CASH, or oh Very Easy MONTHLY PAYMENTS, at CARNEGIE 4fe SOKTS' WHOUESAX.X, RETAIL SHOW ROOMS, . 266 COLLINS-STREET and 147 ELIZABETH-STREET. ? Intending purchasers in search of a really good instrument will find thoy can save from £5 to £20 by purchasing from us. All instruments guaranteed and sent away in perfect order. 266 Collins-Htroet (next Mullen's), and 147 Elizabeth-street,- between Bourke and Little Collins streets. COOKING BY GAS. ~~~ Comfortable ! Efficient I Economical! No Dust! No, Smoke ! No '? Soot I THE METROPOLITAN CAS COMPANY,, To encourage the use of Gas in cooking, is prepared to supply stoves for that purpose, at a monthly rental from 2s. and upwards. From testimonials to be seen at the office, the manufacturers of Melbourne have succeeded in their efforts to supply most efficient stovea, capable of cooking for any household. Samples can be seen at the Office of th...

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

SUMMARY OF NEWS. 'Only six deaths ocourre J in Kocklminpton last montli, which is the lowest record for any month since November, 1882,' when thore wore five deaths. At Eugowra an important discovery of splen did Devonshire granite has been made, and a party is at work procuring blocks for tho foun dation of an iron bridge at Forbes. A terrible tragedy took place at York, 'Wost Australia, on the 7th March, when a Chinaman ran atnuok, and murdered two of his mates and injured a third. Tho total export of bananas' from Cairns dur ing tho month of January was 23,811 bunches and 239 cases. This avcrago will,, of course, be largely inoroascd as so'oii 1 as tho wot season is over. H.M. gunboat Ringdove, commandor Liout. J. Bain, which replaces H. M. Swinger on the Australian station, arrived at Sydney on 5th ' March from Kuglixnd. She is a sister ship to H.M. Goldfinch. The Alicia, bound from Newcastle to San Franoisoo with coals, put into Apia leaking during tho gale , and , went ashore,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EASTER NAVAL MAN(EUVRES.—THE CERBERUS REPELLING A TORPEDO ATTACK BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 April 1891

THE EASTER NAVAL MANEUVERS -- THE CERBERUS REPELLING A TOR PEDO ATTACK BY NIGHT. With a somewhat remarkable unanimity, many of the colonies hold their military and naval manoeuvres during the Easter holidays. The season of the year is undoubtedly the best that could be chosen, the weather generally being mild and suitable for camp life. The operations on land always attract large crowds of on loookers, who become very much interested in the 'pomp and circumstance of glorious war,' even though it be but imitation strife. The work of the fleet, however, cannot be so closely watched, and the   public are, therefore, dependent upon the press reports and pictures in forming an estimate of the nature and value of the exercises gone   through. The main Victorian encampment was held this year at Langwarrin, as usual, and the squadron's location was at Queenscliff. One of the most interesting incidents at the Heads was a night attack upon the flagship Cerberus by th...

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

The weather during the past month has, on t ho whole, boon favorablo to both farmers, and gardeners. Rain foil in nearly all parts of : the colony during tho first week of tho month to such an extent as to bring tho previously dry soil] into a sufficiently moist oonditiou for being wrought by either plough or spade, and farmers as well as gai donors set to work with ; vigor but, period of dry weatlier succeeded^nnd plough; ins was stopped in some places.'.though those whose'work was gufikicntly forward were able to get 4 little seed into tho ground, but only small portions of land being really but little sowing could be practised. Heavy rains fell about the 1 middle of the nionth, causing floods In some dis trict* and putting it stop tq~a11 farming opera tional However, WAtetCQUf^gV dams and other reservoirs were replenishmVj all fears of seareity durirtg thowinter aro'gohe, ploughing' and seed ing are being vigorously proceeded with, grass is making rapid growth and hopes are enter...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND.; Following up our previous pictured character istic of life in the black blocks, we present this month an illustration of one of the extremities to whioh a person my bo reduood in thoso but of the way districts. The shephard, the boundary rider, the timber splitter and other pioneers for* the most part live a self contained sort of existence, perhaps resting content with a weekly trip to tho store for flour and other necessaries. As may be supposed thon, thoso advanoe agents of settlement are not fastidious in the matter of attire, and thoir olothing, for tho most ' part, is so muoh patched that it would be a matter of difficulty to discover if any of the original garment remained. Our old hermit has evidently put off his tailoring as long as ever it was possible to do so, and is shown in tho bunk of his shanty, tho well ventilated nature of whioh is made evident by tho piece of canvas nailed up at the head of the bed to keep out tho draughts, revolving in hi...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. Tho Cabinet have decided that . Parliament should meet on 19th May. Up to date the wool traffic over; the railways for tho year shows an inoreaso of 78,249 bales. , Alderman Manning has boon elected mayor of Sydney in place of Alderman Sydney Burdekin, M.P., who is leaving on a visit to Europe. - . ? The Minister of Publio Instruction had deoidod to form a new department of sanitary soionoe in tho Technical College, with Mr. J. L, - Bruce as lecturer. Tho Minister of Publio Works, Mr. Bruce Smith, has deoided to in future invite competi tive designs for all proposed public buildings and other works in the colony. The coasting steamers Wyoming and Oak lands have gone ashore noar Richmond River Heads breakwater. The former lies high and dry on the sand spit, but in a bad position. Mr. Thorn, sent to America by the New South Wales Government to report on the various systems of tramway in vogue in tho United States, strongly favors the electric overh...

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 May 1891

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. : . J. Martin and Co.'s tender of £300,000 for 92 locomotive engines has been accepted. . Tho railway rovenuo for the week ending 11th April was £26,978, that for the corresponding ' week in 1890 being £19,933, showing an increase of £7045. ;i ? Mr. J. Batos, a South Australian pioneer,, celebrated the 91st anniversary of his birthday on the 15th April, and can boast of 68 years of oolonial life. ' ? Mr. James Johnston, of Oakbank, a colonist of 52 yeai'B standing, was found dead in a sitting posture in his room on 12th April, Ho built up the townships of Oakbank and Woodside. ' ' Information has been received of a confliot betwoen the police and blacks at Finke's River, in the north. It is rumored that at least a couplo of blacks died from tho injuries re ceived. A man named Davey was driving a team of four horses through the township of Ono Troe Hill on 4th April, when a swarm of bees settled on tho man and horsos. Two of tho latter diod, and the man was also seve...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUCKLAND (NEW ZEALAND) AS SEEN FROM THE NORTH SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

AUCKLAND (NEW'ZEXLANDrAS''SEEN' FROM THE NORTH SHORE.'!''!''''' ' Waitemata ?'- harbor is looked', upon.;': with' pride;-bjr 'Auoklanders, and.,just as the Sydney resident asks the visitor what lie thinks of 'our ?harbor,'' those who live 'on; the shores' of what hasbeori termed tho ^antipodean Bay of Naples put the same interrogation to the. fresh arrivals. * And it. must bo admittedthat the situation of Auokland iB. extremely beautiful. The harbor is, about 2 miles wide at tho. entrance (which iis proteoted by a. fort at tho, North Head), and at all ;stagos of the tide contains 'sufficient water to floaii'^her largest?: ship- ^ ? ^The ^oity j _ is . built ..upon a series { of hills on tho southern sidel,:of .^the bay,1 anil, scon , from tho : water, ''presents a very attractive appearance. 'The rhany's indentations -pf tho North Shore,- with' villasi'surrounded by well kept gardens, perched, in the ?most charming situations, add to the ? attraqtivenoss of the scone. Tho North Shor...

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

QUEENSLAND. ^ The gold returns of tho oolony for the quarter ended 31st March are 132,650 oz., against 15,457 oz. the previous quarter. ' Mr. George Harris, consul for the United States, died on March 28 after a few hours' illness from laryngitis, aged 81. He was in business in Brisbane 40 years ago as shipping and general merchant, and was for many years head of the largost shipping and mercantile firm in Queens laud. The firm failed somo years ago, and Mr. Harris then till the time of his death carried on business as a commission agent in Queen-street. Arthur Montgomery Savage, residing at Wellington Point, who is tho son of a New South Wales clergyman, was tried at tho Supremo Court on 9th April for the murdor of his infant child by. drowning it in a swamp. A verdict of guilty while insane was returned,. and Sriaoncr was ordered to be dotained in oustody uring hor Majesty's pleasure. Savage fainted during his trial. ; Treasury returns issued for the quarter just ended show tho op...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR FIRST GOVERNMENT HOUSE, NOW IN COURSE OF DEMOLITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

OUR FIRST GOVERNMENT HOUSE, NOW I IN COU BSE OF! DEMOLITION. Most of the landmarks of early Melbourne have' been removed, and ^before these lines appear in print bub; of the moot interesting relics of the old times will be missincr. Wo allude to the first Viotorian Government House, built at Jolimont for tho accommoda tion of Governor Latrobo. Of the thousands of people who have passed tho gymnasium build ings] adjoining the East Melbourne oiioket ground, few probably are aware that tho small house, . partly built of wottlo and daub, partly of weatherboard)), was, once tho residenoo of no important a personage as a Viotorian- Governor. Yet suoh- is the case. In those times it passed for a desirable villa, and though it was but a hovel in comparison with the handsome pile now erected on the other side of the Yarra, its occupants did not then complain, as somo of our recent Govornors have who rosidod in the present buildings, of evil odors arising from the rtvbr, whioh was in Govornor...

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

tHA^ YOUNG POET. Tlie'prinoipal flguro in this, charming picture is represented'- seated upon an , antiquo bench ornamented with some riid-?lyexocute-l carvings. Immediately behind him rises a 'massivoly built . stono wall surrounding a garden, judging from the luxuriant growth of ; trailing and flowering plants wHoaaT blooms -and;' foliage'h'ang';dowii in rioh /prof usion. Loaninc over the coping, wist fully^ observing' the^subject. of,, the : flkotoh, are three maidens, in classic costumes, whose fea tures and' attitudes iridioato a distinct indivi dualbiation. Ono has already dropped a rose bud near the poet, who, however, is so lost in profound meditation that he is oblivious of all his surroundings. Anothor, with an arch and smiling f ace,- is about ;-tb repeat ''thoiqxpbriment, while the third; apparently of a moro'lymphatib'terh porament^ jboks.down' at^ the object- which has so excited their interest with amused curiosity. The contro'girl seems to bo the most earnest ob serv...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR FIRST GOVERNMENT HOUSE, NOW IN COURSE OF DEMOLITION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

; , OUR FIRST GOVERNMENT :HOUSE,r NOW IN COURSE OF DEMOLITION. '

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. A COOKERY CLASS AT THE WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

A COOKERY CLASS AT THE WORKING S ? . ? TtfEN'S-COELEGE.-' ? ~~~'~ ? — The Working Men's College, ia now; firmly established as a popular centre of instruction,. no loss] than 2000 students being upon the roll, of which number 500 ore 'females. The listrof. classes is too long to bo recapitulated bore. Suffice it to say that elementary anil advanced English, arithmetic, mathematiosaailj languages, are among those taught? qs. well aa several tochni; oal subjects, suoh as. violin playing, cavpentory, engineering, tailors'' butting, photography/ and cooking. With tho last we have now to deal. Tkof * instruotress./is^'Miss. Pearson,;' diplomo'e. of the South Kensington Training Sohool of Cookery. The attondancelant quarter was as follows : — Elemontaiyt(by9ning),';3O- ; adyanoed, (afternoon), 1 14.' Mori's ?'olassbs 77- elementary (evening), '37;;v ad vanced^(evo'ning) 24.'; 'Total, 105. t iThe--courso includes^ the - principles of diet,' stbok and soups, the. ohomioal, composition of fo...

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

THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRA man news. (Published on the 1st of Every Month). Contains, in addition to a well written Summary of the Month ; a Full Account of the Events through out the Colonies ; also a Selection of High Class - Engravings, Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, Current Events, dec., &c. It has a first class Bale in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, besides being well distributed through out Europe, America and the East. The Best Artists and Engravers in Australia are engaged on Thelllusttated Australian News. SUBSCRIPTION (including postage), 8s. PER 1 \NNUM. . . -. -?-. rn-.-::/ ???::-;--;,.7 v;:':;.:-t ..;;' BATES /for ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s. ?/ per INCH (single column).V, '0 , '? '?? '??? '?'-? -';'-* t/'-i'^' SPECIAL LONDON OFFICE: 140 Fleet-st.. B fs :: I POEKl'GN^A'ctBNIS:' V:'- .. ..?!;' u.'^lv London./-, /.-?^.^ ''????-?? ' ' QEO. STREET and Co.', M'CornhiU, B:C: F. ALQAB, 11, 12 Clement's-lane, Loinbard-st. BATES, HENJJY and C* 37 Walbrook, B.C. 7' GOBDON...

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A COOKERY CLASS AT THE WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

A' OOOKBEY CLASS AT THE WORKING -'MiN?Sl OOLLBaB,.

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SUMMARY OF EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

'ftflEflSgj Owing to the sudden demise of Mr. G. D. Langridgo, Chief Secretary, the Premier and his colleagues were placed on the horns of a political dilemma. The deeeased gentleman had been chosen by Mr. Munro on the grounds of his Ministerial experience and his personal weight and iufluonoe, which were suflioient, it was con sidered, to counteract the effects of the many youthful- members of the Cabinet, who were entirely new to office, and who, almost without exception, had no following in the House. The Premier's ohoioo was restricted. Somehow there seems to bo a general impression that the ' Government caunot stand as soon as the Assembly meets, and the knowing ones are chary of throwing in their lot with a team without anything particular' to recom mend them, and who at the same time have not exhibited any groat genius for administration. Mr. Deakin was asked to join Mr. Munro, but he point blank declined. His accession would, individually speaking, have been advantageous ; p...

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

I&PIAN HJA.WiaiJ.HS.

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

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