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SANDHURST SCHOOL CHILDREN GREETING THE PRINCE IN CAMP RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

S3 A K D II D R S T SCHOOL O H I L D R E N G U E E T I N g' T H E i P R I ;N, '6 E I N THE CAMP R E S E R V Etj

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

*'Tlja Writton Word' and etUor oasoya, by tUo Itav. J. Oswaia Dykoi JtA» JJoHxmrna i S, Wu|lou,

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

Printed and Published by Edhnkzer and DAVID Bymb, Proprietors of tho Aan Nowepapor and General Printing Office, EUzabeth-ntroat, Mul bonne, Victor]*. ?? . :

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PRINCE AND PARTY RETURNING FROM THE KANGAROO HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

THE PBINCE AND PABTY RETURNING FROM THE KANGAROO HUNT— BY N. Ciu.w.i.ii.1..

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THE MELBOURNE SAILORS' HOME, SPENCER-STREET.—SMITH AND WATTS, ARCHITECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

X H ti M KLB O U It iv'jUr ... .b A IL O Li, b1 11 O M E, S P E N O E B 5 S 1' It E E T.-bmixh and waitb, A..cHm,cw.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOPKINS-HILL HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

HOPKINS-HILL HOUSE. ? This mansion, considered to be ene of the finest in the country, is the Beat of, John Moffatt, Esq., and has lately acquired gloat prominence from its having been the abodo, of H.H.H. , Princo' Alfred during part; of his Western tonr. The ' big house '. at Hopkins hil], as it is familiarly called in, .the neighborhood, covers about half an aoro of ground, and is estimated to have cost £25,t)00 in building. It is coustr acted iii,, the most substantial manner, and with on df tistio cdn sistenoy which, favorably, impresses die visitor. The whole of the exterior walls are of oat and moulded blaestone, the ornamental dressings over the. doors ? and chimney shafts being relieved by. a lighter material, which forms a pleasing contrast. The verandah in front is 12 feet wide, and about 200 feet long; the vestibule, 26 feet by 12 feet and 16 feet high, the walls of . whioh are ih decorated Sienna marble; the corridors, oue of which is 80 foot, two 50 feet, and a fourth ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRECK OF THE GENERAL GRANT, WITH LOSS OF SIXTY EIGHT LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

%IEOK' |iir ^Hi^EKliRAii. MINT, '? WITM LOS§ .p$ SIXTY-EIG^T; iiVES. ? ? „-. \Ye are iiidobteil to- Mr Clayton i tiie purser of ^ the i.P.j J^Zwand.A'.RliiL Company's steain sllip. Taraf uaj. for ai; copy of the.Inveroargill Southland Times of the iith instant, which : oohtdins the .disastrous intelligence of the loss ? of another ship from this port, bound to Lon don, and, the sufferings of the ten survivors on the Auckland Islauds. Froin this and the : ' wrecks of other vessels, namely, the Inver oauidj Cd^taiiB.. Ddlgafno ; aud the Graf ton, GaJ)tuin Mpsgrayo ; as also the probability of other iike casualties, it is to be hoped, for the Bakej of -M humanity, :that ,? the, authorities will peribdiodliy send a. vessel down to ascer- .' tain if any.; unfortunates should happen to be there. We append tho narrative of the. suffer- ings gone through by one of, the survivors .of -. the ship. general Grant, which left here, on the 4th of May,1866, and was lost ion the Isth 1 of ' the. sa...

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THE PRINCE AT THE POLICE BARRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

THE PRINOE AT THE POLICE BARBAOKS. H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh on 30th ult. -visited the Police Barraoks at Hiohmond. The muster consisted of one hundred. and eighty five men of the city forco, and thirty men from the various suburban stations, together with thirty men of the depot, the latter under the charge of Inspector Hare. Mr Superintendent Lyttleton and Inspectors Kabat and Dobson were in charge of those from Melbourne and suburbs. Capt. Standish/Was present, in charge of the whole. The Prince was accom panied by his equerry. , the Hon. Eliot Yorke, Col. Anderson, Col. Rfair, and Major Baker. After the men bad been paraded, they formed open «rder, and tho Prince walked down in front of the line. He afterwards visited the -hospital, over which he was con duoted by Dr. Ford. He also inspected the stores and stables, and saw the riding masters exercising. . Here a most interesting scene occurred,, which is represented page 8. Two wild colts, which had been specially reserved fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GLENORMISTON AND COLAC. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

GLENORMISTON AND COLAO. In our last issue we gave fall particulars regarding the ? Prince's visit to Grienormiston and Oolao in the coarse of his tour in .the Western district. The first mentioned place is the residence of Mr Neil Black ; the second of Mr Robertson ; and both places are .fine, specimens of the kind of mansions occupied by . prosperous gentlemen of the squatting order. The views of both the mansions were drawn by our special artistj-M. Chevalier.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW YEAR'S DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

THE NEW YEAR'jSJDAY MEETING. .7 It \ffl8y 'ialrljf W ? |'r^fljii6a that ^Tbdfifisdfljr s'ttHj,. iiii||a|,-. $\v |h|.^ _Hdliaff^aa|iH|-:^-,tJie people ijf^M|iti$^Ssll JgavfiiS ,e!p^uti^.4i8.|M8ip; For six wee)ji;ii8si^ibs's ( ^'&, Bebfl; a|3an3^ii6as arid .nearly witli -Jdftr M^bkl. .ttll .fiiaSsei. tif fidfiibty hay? givbn ihetnselWs tip to enjoy tijent; Itithis,«e;riptl tho pisljias febea foi:gpttfeh py ttiqia ^vj&d litiVo: hail anything, di^agrepdbla^tp forget, aiid lid; tioiiiit, in mauy instances, the byn8e4ueii'ces of .tiib..futHreJpat .Sigi.it .Of; ,, We jiive pot aijiy hauL^ne. carnival. wetikfwb jj^iye liad a idiciea tii grand. carnitiilsi whidli httTO been pxbatistivo ; in ,,tlieir efiticts,' and-- .will leave thuir mark behind ^ tHefni f.r many ,a da.J to come. Yet, despite allthia, tho last, dttj^.df this great holiday time bttS beeijj fevory wiyt^g BUOfcessf ul as, the: firfet was; WednesdaV was ^ gr^'dt. day for rieminRtoiji , ...Oar. Melbourne stitntner...

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

THE PRINOE AT THE UNIVERSITY. On the arrival of tho Prince he was re ceived at the entrance to the quadrangle by the Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, Warden, and members, of Council, in their robes of office; The members of the .Ministry had already, formed on eaoh.aido of the qbhtrd'l path of , tho quadrangle. The members of the Senate to tho south, noxt *.4 tliom the Baohelors, and next the Undergraduates? As the Prinoe and those accompanying .him proceeded up the lino thus formed towards the library, the Senate, &a., fell in in their, order and followed. On reaching the library, tjie Prince was accommodated with a seat oh tlio diUsiandthe Ohdhoollor presented hiik with ?iKi, following address:-^ ?'..:? i ? i ? =V«,T6- h'ia- Royal Higimess -Alfred Efnest Albert, Dnko of Edinburgh, K.G.,K.r., Earl of Kent and Earl of Ulstor, Duke of Saxony (yntl Prfnoo Qt Bnxo Oobiir^ GofoBi Captain B.N.,' — We, the University of Melbourne, beg to. assur^.yorir;Rpy^jH^ ing lpydllry\.t£ the;.,Qa...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

NWTgAB'l^^ The unyaripd; ou^tbip.' qf giving- a. noi.By wel come to the; nsw, yQ^^'h^s U^U agfvfe- '^?Vy*1'!?' ^ervedv .-' It! was a-*pleastui.t;^^,sp,faia8!regar.ded weather., andj it dJiriost looked ng if the oldi yeai; bad. retired; 'ca^i;ying; wi^ljl' it i)^:the''stprin6' of, w.hiplii'it'had b'Qeni^il^.b.estpw,er,;.-tpgethe^^^^ thpir/ atteudant; -cn.larj(iiti«!S.: 'ip^epmiv an; ? early hoar propalrdtions'. for. holiday liiakLng; qould bo ' obseryedi bptlj:''' yi tjie, ipity and!; 's'iibrt'rb^'j; ^nd^, npt-yitbs^ndingvthb /almqst'be^ pleasure ? -yjjibh;-h.as: ohiiracteri'BM tlae/Iisli, few ^ek^9y-:''^^e;'^&:'-n0V']^cijf''o^an 'evident do t^xminatioiaiitp pnjoj-ljietfastiyitiQs which hiye ever fermeiport'of ?the' ' aeaSbni,- As ' a; matter of cpursoi:tlie' rasps! presented the principal feature of attraction, 'and Spencer ?streofc;th'er place chosen'- f or- egress .thereto.. .-.:T_lie; streets, contained '. theix. usual- qnanti^im.d/ Equality, of; yehicles,;anql: tbe:':|si...

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METHODIST NEW CONNEXION CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

METHODIST^NEW CONNEXION //CHURCH. The foundation stone of the Methodist New Connection Church, North Richmond, was laid on the lst-inst., by the lion. J. G. Francis The site of the projected building is in Boker streot, off Clmrcli-stroct, and near to the pro sent meeting house of the congregation. It is proposed to erect it with biiok, with white facings and cement dressings, in tho early Eng lish Gothic style. Its dimensions will be 33 by 41 feet internally, and it will seat about 250 persons. The cost of the structure when com pletodwill be nearly £500. ThoSunday school children and members of the connexion as sembled at the mooting house shortly before the hour appointed for the laying of the stone, and marched in procession, headed by their pastor, Rov. Clement Linley, to the site of tho new ohapel. The proceedings wore opened by singing, the reading of a chapter in the Old Testament*, and a psalm, followed by a prayer. The Rev. Mr; Xiinley, in a few complimentary w.ords',' exp...

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H.R.H. PRINCE ALFRED VISITING LATHAM AND WATSON'S CLAIM, SANDHURST.—SEE SUPPLEMENT, PAGE 5. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

H, It, H, 1? it I rN'6 Sl'A:i':F iVSTli'' ! V I SI T I N'tt'-tA-ti'A^'A'N'D'WAT'S'ffN1 a' O L At M, S A N D H U B S T.— see aupi'iiEMKNT, v&ati'-iti

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VICTORIAN, WOOLLEN AND CLOTH MANUFACTURING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

vicTbRiAN.r^fb'b^iLWSiBTviciioi'S : ?^-MA^tJl'AdtUtttNj^O^fipA^-ir. ai-vtvj. ?-. ? , ,; |TJh'e, ordipiiify ^^Beiieraly^eeyflg^^^iipV^hiiYb ? cpirnpdriy ^ was ^heiaj- 8yd ^Bt^iilii.p^TijwniJiitiilJ G/eeloilg,; fhe .chdli ,wh.9 PPpttpielfejiy. Mr.,j^*' ' *Ii.D,ucker;; and.tliere werb ;nbbut f.bity.vstiatP jioldelrs .ip'reBeri^i'i.^n^virjejpbf^ilpf ,\tixfi- dlf rB6tors..i.;tH»dii balance .iBbbSy Were iT^eacL.ibjr Eh6,-..s:eor#ary iMA :;.iaddp|edy^;*liBoliiretort for£.jthe .ipji^t^.half^ear s&t Wrljtij ?;? atabngsji jther .if;BnatteipJi; ^%afe|r tt^vj^hM;;..,. bjuild^ ^bejdti eieot^di^BBi^lai'gb;^ f atoi'.i of th(B.v pttJ-eBlfiipiafiHty ;;fidh ? ba ? liM.;. te* ^cpunng .^dtidyeia^iii^Pili^iplt^J^tli^ . ftlhided t6V^.thq-'l tocjdent wu^ph&jjajurred btti tlfe^,25t^;.,Ootbb'6r,i tOi-fihej',' pitjjdn j;bf '{ne_--. v;mttitiv,t- shaft i . ;,j aiiid r-'t;-.,6ttt,|Bdij^tUa{j;i'1|lio difilcji4ty:hiiying,..b,B6n, bye^ppmPijit^.tinpij^iilei: . 'reports '??: that ^eayln^., 'olfltli^...

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

TB^^ ; H.R.H. Princo Alfred has left us, after a six weeks' stay. We believe lie has had proof, in the' highest degree satisfactory to himself, of the progress made by, the colony, of our at tachment to the mother country, and of our personal affection for her who oooupies the throne. ? He has given public expression to the favorable opinion which he entertains of 'our 'present prosperity an& wealth.' And' he has also told us that he leaves our ' hospitable shores with deep regret,' and that he 'shall always regard with the sincerest interest the colonists* old .and young.' -The. Prince stayed a few days . in Tasmania, and then went on to Sydney. - Now that the Prince has left our shores, the truce occasioned by his- visit is followed : by a ' political contest,' whioh no one amongst us can ' look upon as unimportant. The address of the - . Chief Seoretary to the electors of Mornington ? placed before the country the issue to be tried. ? It is thqV D.arUng''gratit and'the ri...

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BOXING DAY. VOLUNTEER REVIEW AND SHAM FIGHT. ':'::r- ^'v':1- [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

BOXING D^Y. :???' :?;-;: --- -A .-.. — —'?' :-''? VOLUNTEER KE^IKW ' AND, S.HAM [B.X OUR OWN. BBP0RTBB.3 ....... It is. an ' ppinipn. :;generally ? received and' adopted that the 'English' are' not a military people, but nevertheless historical records show that for the : hist eight, centuries very fewi in- tervals of uninterrupted peace have been en joyed by England. Nor is there much evidence of the speedy advent of the time when'' men '. shall beat', their ' swords' into ; ploughshares and their' 'spears into pruning hqoks.': Perhaps some ?future1 Jeremy Benthain inay, conviifce his contemporaries ' that the notion', of 'England -not being' a' military' nation has. been in these our times a popular fallaoy. I, myself, am beginning to entertain the idea that the notion has been one too readily seized. It would be difficult to say whether the rapid springing into existence ? of- the volunteer force was tlie effect 'of belligerent affec tions which had ' long lain latent ex hibiting...

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

' CHKtSTMA^ That we were almost satiated with pleasure and had overdone ourselves in the iyay of enjoyment was. attributable to the visit ipf the .Duke of Edinburgh. - TVe wpre suffering a recovery, . and as a con sequence there were fewer signs of the season than on previous occasions it has be fallen us' to record. That, there were picnics . and pleasure parties we know, and perhaps a semblance of aotivity amongst the cabmen. The holiday makers who didnot core to eat tbeir Christmas dinner at their own firesides, with the thermometer at 90, and hut few rational beings dp, preferred' the al fresco en tertainment ; and on the sands at St. Kildu, and Brighton, and undor the friendly shelter of the . teartTee ! sorub, enjoyed themselves aocording to - -their bent. In such manner was Christmas Day enjoyed, by a 'considerable portion .of the community living within a radius of a few miles, of the city. Had not tho woathei* proved so threat ening the number of excursionists would havo bo...

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DEPARTURE OF THE PRINCE FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 4 February 1868

DEPARTURE OF THE PRKSTCE .1?RQM . MELBOURNE,.,: . ? :? ; : His- RoyaV -Highness ..tookrhia dopartnrp/by way of Spenccr-streofcpn -Saturday; 4tbr.inst:j The. announcement; pf., his 'intentionr.tb do'so had, called if or the: into tha.(rStreetS'.,of tho city;., a ..great. nuniber...;of.. spectators, fonda«s he propoeded..hevi.waa: warmjy gre.eted»-.- He was- ' accompanied^ by;r,-;lii8! .J3xcellenoy,4 the Govern or, i all-; the members of bis. suite,rnnd alsp.,by:rL6ey'pralimembersrpff.,thefRoyalJRecepf tioniCpmmissioni' Wjlipi as.at.tbo.receptionof tho Prince, attended to do h'im fitting honor.v-iTo- attempt., to :omimai'ata-r thu, names of ..those present atriSppncerrstreet r.stutiont' wpuldv'be foliy, -but-iwhsn-it is; said. tliat. all. that dsknosro in;Viotoria- of what, isi. famous, in .the .iielil', in the pulpit, im thai! senate, oi'.;at - tha.rbar, as .well' as i. those whpse;.jiames f aro jf amiliar to MelbDtirno,icarsr,aB lier..priucipal -citizeus^at-. tended, enoughwill.bo ....

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