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INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION OF MERINO WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION OF MERINO WOOL. The long announced, exhibition of merino wool, in wh'oh the whole of the Australian colonies have been iavited to 'take part, was inaugurated, Wednes day, &t tlio wool stores of Messrs Cuninprham and Macro(liR- Collins street -west.; The business of tho day v.-as confined 'to tho; examination of the exhibits and tho a warding of prizes, which the , committee of manngesEent very wisely determined should precede tho rulmiusion of the public, to whom tho' show will bo open; free of charge dxtrihg the remainder of tho ?webk. , The exhibition, which is the first of its kind,' was /irojcctcd with a view of affording to the flock- . masters :' of other colonies an opportunity ' of ex hibiting their ; produce against that of Vic toria ;;- ???'?tor .on' tho occasion of the intor i colonial;' sboop'-; show, the 'paucity of , com-; petitors from bfeydnd the limits of our colony ?wan attributod.to the difficulties attendant on Bonding valnablp sh...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNT WILLIAM, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

MOUNT WILLIAM, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. ,Tho mountain, which is tho subject of this sketch forms part of the Grampian group, and is' distant from Melbourne about duo hundred and fifty miles. The range to which it belongs consists principally of sand stone, .sloping off gradually to the lovel country in the north,' but boing very precipitous on tho southern siilo. . From the summit of this mountain an excel lent view of the Australian Pyrenees is obtained, which at 'tho foot n 'numbor of- charming, lakos and ingoons, tho rosort of innumerable wild fowl, agrooably diversify the scenory. -Mount William is' by far the highest eminence in the neighborhood, being fully 45U0 feet above tho level of tho surrounding country. Major Mitchell, who first performed tho ascent of the mountain, named it Mount William, at the snmo time bostowing tho appellation of Australia Felix upon tho colony. Tho present sketch was taken from an iso lated hill of volcanic origin, in the Gap between the Grampians and P...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

: [advertisement. Jo i An Articlb for the Season. — Interesting to Everybody. — This is the season of poetry^ ; Senti-. ment thaws out with the snow, and expands with the early flowers. The press grows eloquent on the tender grass, the unfolding buds, and other vernal vegetables. .But with all' this i elovatipn of the spirit there are many afflictions of the ilesh. . Appetite over stimulated by the stringent' cold of winter subjects the weak ? stomach to dyspepsia, and. the liver to, an overflow, of bile. The blood is over-rich, , and among the conse-1 quences are boils, eruptions and other external die- ; orders.- Dl heolthis a sad drawback to; opt enjoyment of the glories of nature, and, therefore, it is as wellji in advance of the fervid heats of summer, to purify the fluids of the body, give ..tone, and energy to the digestive ; powers, and remoyo'froin the 'superncial vessols those ' acrid humors which sometimes produce a species of efflorescence much less agreeable than that o...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW YEAR'S FESTIVITIES IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

NEW YEAR'S FESTIVITIES. IN MEL ???- ? BOURNE. New Year's Day is always celebrated in tho most hearty manner by the residents of Melbourne, and a complete exodus of tho people generally takes place on those occasions. ,: The various porks and gardens sur sounding the city are invariably filled to overilowing ?with holiday makers, while the numerous watering places on the, 23 ay are extensively visited. We en deavored last' month to convey some idea of the aspoct worn by the parks and public reserves at holiday time, and on tho, present occasion we give sketches of Brighton, St. Kilda, Geelong, Queensolifl', Schnapper Point, &c, all of which arc favorite re sorts, not only on Christmas and Now Year's Day, ' ' lrat on all public holidays. SKETCHES OF WATEEING PLACES ON THE SHORES OF HOBSON'S BAY — See Page 7. SKETCHES OF WATEEING PLACES ON THE SHORES OF HOBSON'S BAY — See Page 7.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COMUNN NA FEINNE AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

THE COMUNN ;NA FEINNE AT GEELONG. Hot winds and clouds of, dust have usnally boert tho accompaniments to eur new year's festivities No slight drawbacks these to sports that require a full : development of mnscular energy, and a severe tax upon tho sweet tempered philosophy of fair spectators. Yesterday, however, all went merry as? ' a marriage -boll ; the atmosphere ' was clear and beautifully cool, and there was nothing, to mar the enjoyment of the thonsand of pleasure seekers who from an early hour in tho ' morning thronged; the Comunn na Foinne ground 'at South Geelqngl The grand stand creaked beneath the weight of its fair burthen. The arena was as fully crowded,, while outside — . V.'.'':'- ?-' ? ??? - - -.?.'???-.?'? ..'? ..-?? Numbers thero were on pleasure bent, ?''? ? But had a frugal mind ; -v - - \ And thoy contented themselves with a mount on 'fc. dray or. waggon, or even with an unostentatious perch upon an empty ' volum.' 'Very amusing was it to watch theso picturesque...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NATIONAL PICTURE GALLERY AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

THE NATIONAL PICTURE GALLERY AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. \Oxxe of the events which has attracted most attention during tho last few weelcs has been the opening of the '. National Picture' Gallery in the new .whig of tho Public library. About twolve: months ago the Legislature voted tho sum of;£1000 for the purchase of pictures, and little time was lost in, forming the nucleus of what will ono day no doubt be a very valuable collec tion of works of art. A number of pictures wore selectod with great care from tho studios of Great Britain and ', the continent, and these, together with somo colonial J works of art, sent in to compete for tho premium' : offered by the Government, form tho pre-| ;: sent picture gallery. The room devoted toj this purpose, is about a' hundred feet' ong| ; and thirty feet wide, and a very, lofty ceiling, which J 1 will bo -tastefully ornamented with gilt tracery. The! - plainness of the walls is agreeably rolioved by fluted! ; columns after the Ionic order, proci...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCERT AT THE BOTANICAL GARDENS, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

CONCERT AT THE BOTANICAL GARDENS, MELBOURNE. Tti matters musical, as in almost' all othor3, the colo nial public delight to follow the English fashion, and concerts a la Jullien now occupy a recognised place ha tho amusements of tho Victorian metropolis. A better locality in which to hold these agreeable musical entertainments than the, Melbourne Botanical Gardens could scarcely bo fixed upon. Forming as thoy do ono of the -most favorito of ;our public promenades, and supplying in thoinselves attractions sufficient to render a ramble through their tastefully ar ranged walks an agreeable afternoon's recreation, their allurements are irresistible when the charms of music are added.' These popular concerts arc gene rally given in aid of some .useful. charity, and as the charge for admission is comparatively small, a large attendance can always be depended on. A pbvered in platform, used on ordinary occasions by tho band, is placed at the disposal of the singers, whilo 'temporary canvas...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CITY POLICE COURT, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

POLICE 'COURT, SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE— see iuge 7. POLICE 'COURT, SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE— see iuge 7. THE CITY POLICE COURT, MELBOURNE. ' This fmo building stands in Swans ton street, almost in tho vory centre of Melbourne, and in- a situation, admirably adapted for the purpose for which it is in tended.' It! adjoins the Town Hall, there boing between tho two only a narrow space sufficient for the admission of persons having business cithor hi thepolico court or in the small watchhouse attached 'to it, and used for tho purpose- of a depotfor prisoners waiting their turns to undergo examination. The building contains two courts : ono, ', tho polioo court for criminal business, offences against tho person and against public decency ; the other, the district court, for tho trial of small debt cases, offences against the municipal bye-laws, and questions under the Mastei'S and Servants Act, &c. Thoj former is presided over the by the Mayor, Mr ..jSturt, police magistrate...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANYAN HOME STATION, NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

LANYON HOME STATION, NEW SOUTH WALES— bee page 1. LANYON HOME STATION, NEW SOUTH WALES— bee page 1. lanyon ihome station, new south . ?;?-. ? . wales. Tho accompanying sketch represents the home sta tion' of Lanyon, on tho east bank of the Upper Mur rumbidgoo,: county Murray, New South Wales, eighty miles south-west from Goulburn. The mountain on the opposite side of tho river, is Mount Tennent, so called from its. being the favored haunt of - a bush ranger o'f that name in olden times. It is 2500 foot in height from its base, and noarly 5000 feet above tho level of tho sea. It is composed, of huge masses of disconnected granite rocks, and is thickly/ timbered i to -the ' summit. It abounds with raro 'specimens of ferns and native shrubs. Wallaby, and other kinds of the kangaroo tribe are plentiful on the nionntains and adjoining rangosj 'which aro also noted for tho variety of nativo birds of j;ay plumage which aro found thoro, and es pecially tho lyre bird, or, as it is called, th...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRITED MINING ENTERPRISE. [FROM THE DAYLESFORD EXPRESS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

SPIRITED MINING ENTERPRISE. [PBOH THE DAYLESFOnD EXPRESS.] Few tilings are more pleasant to the journalist to record than the triumph of perseverance and energy over obstacles apparently insurmountable. Wo all know Napoleon's terse aphoriBm — ' Nothing is im pOBsible ;' but there is an immense difference be tween tbo act of making use of snch an expression, and the fact of coolly and deliberately sotting to work to test its truth. It is a certain thing that each an example of steady, plodding, persevering labor, under circumstances the most discouraging, as is afforded us in the history of the company whose doings we ore about to chronicle, has seldom, if ever, been met frith even in the annals of Victorian mining enterprise. Pour years ago & party of Italians, during their tunnelling operations under the basaltic formation at the head of Kidd's Gully, and whilst working some very payable ground, from which as much as 5 to 7 lb weight to the maohine was obtained, came on a s...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GERMAN BAZAAR, ST. GEORGE'S HALL, MELBOURNE—SEE PAGE 7. THE GERMAN BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

GERMAN BAZAAR, ST. GEORGE'S HALL, MELBOURNE—BBS page 7. *?-??, . .i ;- w' -,:,-.? -???* ' THE GERMAN B AZ AAR. ?, , One of tho most successful bazaars which have been hold for a long timo in Melbourne was thatin aid of tho funds of theLuthoram Church, and hold in St George's Hall.Bourke street, from tho 20th to tho 24th of ?December. The fine largo room known by that name was tastefully decorated with ovorgroona and flags.', ? Tho platform at tho end of : the hall was net apart ior /Christmas trees, of which theie woro about n; dot'ni of all sizes, hung with toys, sweetmeats, nnd othe.. ' ' delights of tho infant mind. Tho fitolls wer: t 'umorous and splendidly furnished with wool and lea'- sr work, fancy goods ' and toys of kinds, from that joy of in cipient womanhood, the magnificently dressed doll, to the box of soldiers, and.tho village hi which the ?sheep aro aa. liege as the honseB, and the dog could easily-' look - through -the church windows. The floral 'decorations -were ve...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FURTHER OUTRAGES BY BEN HALLAND HIS GANG. [FROM THE GOULBURN HERALD, DECEMBER 27.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

FUKTHEK OUTRAGES BY BEN HALLcAND HIS GANG. [FROM T1IE GOBI/BURN HERALD,- DECEMBER 27.] About eight o'clock on Monday evening, Ben Hnll, Gilbert and Dunn came to tbe Flagstaff Store at Binds, forty miles from Goalburn, and told the proprietor, Mr -Morriss, and his wife to accompany them to the Flag Hotel, at which the landlord, Mr John Hall, was that evening giving a ball to his neighbors in celebration of Boxing Day. Mr and Mrs Morriss declined, but the bushrangers insisted on their doinjj so, and told Sirs Morriss to change her dress. ' It may bo mentioned that Mr Morriss had formerly been in the police ' force, anil had gained the repntation of being a most active and successful officer; and it is supposed that on this account the bushrangers were afraid of his organising means for their capture if they al lowed him to remain at home. Mrs Morriss was obliged to change her dress accord ingly ; and while this was going on the bush rangers were searching about the place, and either t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW STONE BREAKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

THE NEW STONE BREAKING MACHINE. An exhibition of a stone breaking machine , patented by Mr Chambers, engineer, Little Collins street, took place on tho vacant ground at the rear of the Colonial Bank, Wednesday afternoon. There wero u considerable number of gentlemen interested in road works present, and amongst them wore tho hon. the Acting-Commissioner'of Roads and Bridges, Mr Steavpnaon and Mr Larritt o£ the Roads Depart ment, Mi- Climie, C.E., Mr Wells, C.E., Sic, all of whom expressed themselves |as highly ploascl witli the performance of the machine, and tho rapidity with which it crunched the blucstone blocks, and reduced them to what is known as two-inch metal. The aver age quantity of metal broken by the machine is about forty-five yards a day ; and the total cost, including ateam driving charges and wear and tear, is ex pected, in consequence of the feeding and delivering gear recently applied to it by Mr Walls, to be reduced to about tenpenco per yard. Tho machine exhibite...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIRE IN VIEW PLACE, BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

FIRE IN VIEW PLACE, BENDIGO. An alarming fire broke out in . a tailor's shop -m tho 3rd inst., at a few minutes to four o'clock, iu 'View Place, opposite the Bank of . Victoria,' and? k little higher up than tho Bank of Now South: Wales: The fire was noticed from tkeMallby two gentie nnen who were returning from a private . ball, jifi Hogg and Mr Ross, and they immediately gavo'thcj alarm. The police were on the alerfc^ and no. time! 'was lost in .sounding the tiro-bell, and the. volunteer^ fire brigade was very promptly in attendance under Ahe direction of Mr Harris, and set to , work vigcjrf: ..omsly.. There was fortnnately a good supply 'of walwr; 'in the pipes, and the hose was directed- with sui-is! skill and effect that tho fire was almost mastered ,fc '?'%?: fore the arrival of the corporation .engine 'and N&. 2 Fire Brigade. - The building in which the liw originated was built o£ brick, with ah iron, rojif,: and the great, body of the flames was coiiiin-3d within the...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORRIBLE MURDER AT DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

HORRIBLE MURDiER AT DAYLESFORD. The perpetration at Daylesford of one of the most fearful tragedies -that- have ever . disgraced; ; the annals of Victorion' crime has produced. a. feeling of the Greatest horror throughout tho whole community. The particulars may be briefly stated as follows :— A young and handsome woman, named' Margaret Grahaiiii 'but some six weeks a bride, was found by her husband, at midnight, on Wednesday, the 28th ult.,f wkeh ho ? returned from his work, brutally murdewd, and, .it is feared,' dishonored also. Graham ' had left his young wife in the evening in good health and spirits to go to his work at the New Wornbot Hill Mining Company, where '? he was em ployed 'on the night shift, and on his return he fouiidier body, horribly mangled, lying across' the bed, where a struggle had evidently taken place be tweerther and her brutal murderer. Whoever com mitted tiie crime had apparently entered tho cottage by cosiing down the chimney, and, having accom pli3h-3il...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NATIONAL AND PORT PHILLIP FARMERS SOCIEY'S HEAPING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

THE NATIONAL AND PORT. PHILLIP 'FAR MERS SOCIEY'S HEAPING MATCH. The . compotitiou of the reaping machines 'that were exhibited at the national show in October last, came off, on Friday, in the neighborhood of Gis borne— the inquiries of the society's secretary, Mr Lincolno, having failed to discover a crop of sufficient extent in the immediate vicinity of Melbourne. The fact that, thirty acres of corn crop are not to be found within a reasonable distance of Melbourne is « severe comment on the system of cultivation which has produced such a result. After all, neither of tho crops selected wero wheat, but good heavy oats, well calculated to test the power of the machines, whilst the state of the ground, at- one end of the crop, was such as severely to prove the strength of tho workmanship. For' tho two horse reapers, a field on. the farm of Mr Cameron had been duly marked off into allot ments of an acre and a half ;. the one horse machines being provided with one acre a-picce, at Mr...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ABORIGINAL THOMAS BUNGELEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

THIS ABORIGINAL THOMAS BUNGELEEN; The following account of the native who, a few weeks ago, was admitted to tlie Society of Odd Follows, and who has since died, is taken from the report (page 106) of the board to watch over tho Aborigines: — ? ; On the 30th July, 18G0, tho board hail under their consideration the case of an aboriginal boy, named Thomas Bangcleen, who was at that time employed hi the Crown Lands Office, and was nominally under the care of the Surveyor-General. Accord ing to a statement madp by Mr Thomas, the guardian of aborigines, the history of the boy's early life is as follows : — He is the son of the celebrated captive chief of Gipps Land, and - was brought to Port Phillip in ISiO; when about six months old. In 1848 he was placed by Mr Thomas at tho Merri Merri Creek Aboriginal Station, and on tile break ing up of that missionary establishment iu 1850, he was removed, with the consent of the Government, to the National School at Mobnee Ponds, where he was under ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

4ti|i^MpNTH.. ; :? Parliament 'adjbarnediiPor the Ohristrnasrecesa on tW morning* of the;24:th ^December until tie, 1 7th of January.' -The .'second reading , of - .the land Bill was-carried after a; five .nights' deba.te.:antf tho mea 8preihag:-:sinoe 'passed through cqminiti eel The third reading.is not likely to i excite much liscussiori, but the new provisions it contains will pri bably^lead to a considerable amount of controversy in the -Upper House Owing to the time occup d by tho consideration of the land measure, the Estimates were postponed until after the recess, and from the fiscal changes which tho Treasurer has I intimated i his intention to propose, the introduction of the financial scheme will inevitably lead to a' party struggle. As far as the' public has been informed, the proposal contemplates a reduction by one half of the duties on tea, sugar and opium, and an impo sition of -fresh customs calculated to produce £200,000 per annum, on articles which con bo ma nufa...

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [FROM THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN REGISTER, JANUARY 3.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [from the south Australian BEGrsTER, januaby 3. | The South Australian arrived at Port Adelaide on Sunday afternoon from Adam Bay, via King Georg6's Sound. She reached Palmerstori cu the 5th December, 1864, and her appearance with re inforcements supplies and intelligence was hailed with unqualified pleasure by the members of the original expedition, whether good men and true or malcontent. ^ She found tho party in good health, but certainly not hard at work. It is to bo hoped, however, that the first difficulties have been overcome, and thatas the men are by this time housed they will be prepared and disposed ,t6 pro ceed with the work of suveying, &c, as soon as the subsidence, of the wet season will permit themiV, Mr EbeneaSer Ward, Accountant, Clerk in Charg6,,:and Postmaster, and Mr Francis Humbert, master of , the Yatala, have been relieved from their duties, und return by the South Australian to. Adelaide. The following men have been discharged...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE DECEMBER MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 January 1865

SHIPPING FOIl THE MONTH. VESSELS ARHIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE DECEMBER MAIL. ? ' '? .December' 24. — Avalanche, ship, Black Boll Line, .899 tops, JamoB Russell, . from London, vlu Cnpo Town; Bright, Brothers and Co., agents, ''.-'? December. 25. — Offley, barque, 376 tons, J. W. Ro-» binson, from Bird Island j-G.Bcckx and Co., agents. Greyhound, brig, 251 tons, E. J. Lusher, from. Fp» Chow Foo ; W. J. Greig, agent. Eurynome, ship, 1168 tons, James Housep, from Liverpool; Smith, Strachon and Co., agents. Benjamin Heape, bnrque, 241itons; J. C. Daggett, from Coral Island ; B. B. Nicholson and Co., agents, ? ' : . .-?/!.? December 2G.---Levantor, ship,' 868 tons, G. A'. Lane, from New York; li.- Towns and Co., agents; FranciB Banlield, barque, 355 tons, William Pende'r, from .Mauritms. ; Mustang, American barque, 315 tons, W. ,York; Lord and Co., agents. ? '''',?'' ; December 29.— Mary Miller, barque, 272 ton8,Jii3. .L. B. BrOYiTi, from , MauritiuB,: Gill, Fowler, end Cp.|t agent...

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