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THE AUSTRALIAN NAVAL SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 May 1891

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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

I ENO'S FRUIT SALT' 1 g Is an admirable health-giving, refreshing and Invigor- j] ij , atlng preparation, suitable for all ages. H '. }{ _ ??»«»« In lJ i-. -=-=-_— y^5j~T~~=]r^^^i;^'Ti~ 'T~|^^JBg|§l[H ?????? y ?; r: ^BBBTT ? ^^y^fC^^TT ?*-*~'^^ system. in I lk\\\\V^ ^^Ht^^H««mJ vigomtiiig'f and osm lowers jj p^^**^^Y55ySBBBBgl^g2y^^^a ?yatamaa BntmTiine doea on | I .tf^^^^^^^SS^^^^^BM^^SS^^gBjHH fwnowM bjrn&tural mwuu i CHILDREN LIKE IT AND TAKB*IT*REAI-ILY. | CAUTION.— BaakM «wk BoMl* aad ??? that Om Capwoto la marked BNO'S P ' 'FitUIT SALT.' Without it yea haw btM hnpoaad opoa by a wocthleai imitation. SoldbyaOCbMiibte. IHrKtloMBiSteto«iLaacaacMlMnrtepnT««tIHM«M. jj : B ' Propaxol oal7 at SW0T3 'TBTTXT BAZA' '77-ORSS, ; 3 Pomtroy StPttt, Nev Otom Bead, 8.8^ by J. 0. aiTO'S Patent. j |BfffHmtHiUU4imniiuuuiiiiiriumnmiiniitii Wl LLIAMS v JBpHB^ltJSTgALrANJBJpHH i METROPOLITAN GAS CO. ! TO ENCOURAGE THE GENERAL USE OF ?; Gas Cooking Stoves, Begs to draw the attention of Consum...

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

COOKING BY GAS. : ' Comfortable I Efficient! Economical 1 No- Dust 1; ? No Smoke ! ? v No Soot THE METROPOLITAN CAS COMPANY, To encourage the use of Gas in cooking, is prepared to supply stovos for that purpose, at a monthly rental from 2s 'anil upwards. From testimonials to be_ seen at the otflco, the manufacturers of Melbourne have succeeded iu their efforts to supply most efficient stoves, capable of cooking for any household. Samples can be seen at the Office of the Company, 57 Flinders-lane east, where every information may, be had. - /, THE J3ITY OF M?LB0TJ[JEINE BUILDING SOCIETY. ;; ? li8 Elizabeth-street. _...'.. PBESIDENT : HUN. ALFRED DEAKIN, M.L.A. IN VEST ING SH ARES ISSUED DAILY. :. i . INTEREST ON DEPOSITS : - , 12 months ? .. .. ' 6i percent. 6 do.' ? ????? ?? 6 do. - , ' ' ? . 3 do. ? - ? ?? ?? 6 do- [[.'-'?' . O. J. RICHARDSON, Manager. THE COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIkH K LIMITED. '. Offices Throughout the Colonies and the United Kingdom. ' POLICIES ISSUED U...

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

THE WRECKED BARQUE DON NICOLAS. Five members of the crew of tho barque Don Nicolas arrived in Melbourne on the 8th April, and their account of their experiences is replete with intorost. They have not much faith in the seamanship of Oaptain Gustafson, who was apparently tho snbjeot of religious ecoen tricity, and whoso courage did not seem to be on a par with his faith. However, with his oooen trioities'or idiosyncrasies we have little to do ; the account of tho wreck of the vessel and the, sufferings of her orew are far more interest ing. ' The Don Nicolas left Newcastle on 4th Maroh for San Franoisco with a oargo of ooaL She was owned in the lastnamed city, but sailed under the Nicaraguan flag. The story of her loss is not a long one, but it is roploto with details of a thrilling oharaoter, and the subsequent suffer ings of the crew, who were for nine days in two open boats, tossed about by heavy seas, and under the additional disadvantage of being kept almost without food and wat...

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 May 1891

^SUMMARY OF NEWS. ?? '* ?? » . The ? Tongan Government sohooner has foun 'dered, and Captain Castles, with the native orew, were drowned. The Gorman barque Ludwig has been burnt 130 'miles off Cape Louwin. Tho captain, passengers and crew landed at Hamelin. Tho vessel was bound from Natal to Adelaide. Notioe under the Fisheries Act has been gazetted prohibiting the taking of seals upon the Maoquarie Islands and islands adjoining theroto in the South Paoifio, with forfeiture of boats, &o. Tho cable receipts of the Tasmanian and Vic torian service for Maroh amount to £1653, being £358 moro than in Maroh last year. The tele graph line is to be extended from Zeohan to Dundas as speedily ns possible. ? : Up to 1st April 430,000 baloa of wool have been received by rail at 'Darling Harbor.' This . shows an increase over last season of 59,000 bales, and haa oaused most of the large inoreaso in railway revonue during the quarter. The intercolonial chess match by correspond ence, Viot...

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

THE EIGHT HOURS ANNIVERSARY. Tho 35th anniversary of the establishment of the eight hours systom in Viotoria was cele brated on 21st April under very adverse circum stances. The weather was wholly unsuited for outdoor display. A heavy downpour early in the morning throw a damper over tho proceed- ? ingH, but the number of processionists that marohod through the city under the banners of their rexpeotivo trades was nevertheless suffi cient to make a very creditable display. Tho streets were crowded with upeotatoru, and every available window and other point of vantage hold ° jts knot of sightseers, A liberal display of bunting was mado on the principal buildings, and the music of a dozen bands helped to infuao a holiday spirit into the populace. The procosHionocotipioiltlirooqnarto's of an lioiir in passing any Riven point. It was a fortunate cir cumstance tlint tho trades had determined to rendezvous in the Exhibition instead of at tho Friendly Societies' Gardens as in the past, for...

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

WEST AUSTRALIA. Sir J. Leo Steere assumed the Acting Gover norship oh the 10th April. The first diamond drill in the colony has been introduced by the Midland Railway Company for exploiting the coal measures on the Irwin River. Mr. John Forrest's action in pushing forward the transcontinental railway connecting 'West Australia with South Australia moots with widespread satisfaction. The bodies have been discovered of two whito men and the remains of several horses in tho St. George Range, in the Kimborloy district. The remains aro in an advanced stage of decay, and it is thought aro possibly those of two men who started from Port Darwin for Kimborloy about two years ago. The first section of the midland railway from Guildford Junotion has been opened by the Governor. The Midland railway involves tho expenditure of £1,250,000, an amount equal to the present national debt of the colony. Mr. Bond, tho managing dirootor, anticipates that tho line will bo completed in two years hence, th...

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

A-UOJCl&ANP.ILNEW 3E.AJjA.ND, AS SEEN FROM THE NORTH.S.HORE,

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

NEW ZEALAND. Mr. H. Hough ton has been appointed German Consul-Gencral at Dunedin. Tho Customs revonue for tho year has exoeeded tho estimate by £74,000. The revenue for tho year is £3,991,631, the excess on the estimate being £148,131 and the surplus over expenditure £100,000. The Government has refused to pay Judge Edwards's salary on tho ground that thore has been no appropriation for tho purpose. The result of the conference botweon the frozen moat oompanies and tho shipping com panies is that the latter have agreed to reduce freight at the end of the year to Id. per lb., whioh means a reduction on tho total charges of £100,000. The Minister of Dofenco has placed tho por manont artillery under the command of the dis trict volunteer officers, and the captain of artil lery has boon discharged. The volunteers and militia are ' occasionally to drill togothor. Colonel Hume has resigned the post of inspeo tor of volunteers. Tho Masonio Grand Lodge of Now Zealand has reoeived-a telegra...

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

^^^j^ The Oartwright-Nethoraole season at the Boyal, which terminated on the 18th inst., proved a moderate suooeas. It was fouud that they had made a mistake in opening with The Middleman and a no less serious blunder by following it with The Fortune of War. With Moth's, a drama based on Ouida's novel of that title,- the result was more encouraging. It ran for 'three weeks with gradually improving houses, so that at the close tho theatre wan crowded nightly in every part with approving audiences. Mr. Darrell's company has now possession of tho boards, playing a round of his own composition!), and doint; fair business. At the Opera House Falka had .a : shorter season than was anticipated. It was withdrawn on Friday, the 25th April, and tho company for the greater part disbanded, ? a few only being kept for chorus purposes in a ? burlesque upon Evnnsoline, which was pro duced on Monday, 27th- April. Tho company arid the subject wore equally Yankee, and that is saying much. It would be...

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

TASMANIA. ; ; : ' ; ??-'-? Tho rough estimate of the census shows the population has inoreased 29 per cent, since last census. Satisfactory news has been received from the Blue Tier 'tin mining district, where a deoided revival in this industry is following on the in troduction of effloient machinery. Lieutenant-Colonel Warner, now in temporary command of the Tasmania!) military forces, is likely to be permanently appointed, and will have an offioial residonoe provided for him in Hobart. . , The mining statistics for the Maroh quarter show the gold yield to bo 4342. oz., compared to 8063 in March last year ; tin ore, 1102 tons, compared with 1120 : coal, 10,136, compared to 9522. Signor Bernacohi, lessee of. Maria Island, who recently made over some of his rights to a syn dicate to float into a limited liability company in Melbourne, has resumed possession, conse quent on the company having failed to carry out the contrabts entered into between them and the Signor and the Tasmanian ...

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

pDEATH OF SIB FRANCIS JMURPHY. -f We regret to have to recbrd'tlib doatlf'df Sir Francis Murphy, ^jylio^.-wnsj for,, mnny,.ny,eara; Speaker of tho Legislativo'A!ssenibly of victbrW,' wli'iah took plncc on tlio 6th April, nt' his resi dence, St. Kilda. ? The deceased1 gentleman was born in tjirfj jrcar; 1803; |in Oorkf ^Irolantl,- wlieroj hiaj father jttU fpr£upivard.^-^f;/30jye!\ca lienii 6t'j tfi'o Southof Ireland departrnent^.focthb.(raiis^ port of convicts. Having been entered ns a inedioaTstudeiit^ » subsequently prooeedou^toijthe Royal -Collegeo!^ Surgeons, 'London, ;whero' lie '?'?''\itMsed. ' ids examination and became' tai|^aiember'i^pf! that 'body. In . ,Jriine, r ^1836,' , Dr.1 ? Murpliy emigrated ' t'oj 'Sydney ,''New,r; Soutli%WJyloH^'niid was inimoHiately'Jnp'pbiiit^'byrtiio }'$}oyeriior'of' the colpnyl^jsir R^Bourk'o) l.tp' a paiitiuu on'thoi .staff of. colonial surgeons. . Soon; nftorvyanls Jie abandoned the medical profession for agricul tural pursuits. Having, purch...

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

TERRIBLE NAVAL DISASTER AT SYDNEY. , ' ' ' An accident, unparalleled in the history of the colonioa in r its friRhtf ul naturo, ocourred on 3rd April; in oonrieotion with the Middle Head Easter encampment at Sydney, resulting in the death of four men and the injuring of eight others. Lord and- Lady Jersjy and party visited the camp during '. the foronoon, and enw ' tlie troops put 'through1', 'a .number of ,. Jm'anoauvres. ; i After lunoheon : the ,.party .orosstd itoi .Oobblors' ; Beaoh to nee a number of mines exploded. 'Two ' of these mines had previously been laid down, oaoh ' containing 300 lb. of roburite. These mines wero conuoofced by oablo to a small olcc trioal battery looatod on top of the': hill where Lady Jersey was seated, and these woro explodod by Lady Jorsoy all safely. Just aftei, No. 1 cuttor, belonging to the partially paid submarine miners, put off from the jotty below*, having slung on oaoh aide fresh gun cotton , for, the mines. On the port, side wore attaohod...

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

v J. qc 1 tmm 'HE MEBCANTILE FINAHrCE, TRUSTEES -fe AGENCY CO. OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. AUCTIONEERS, MUSE LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS 45 SWANSTON STIfcEKT, MELUOUItNE. LOANS NEGOTIATKD ff€r; RENTS COLLECTED. VtffL H STATES MANAGED, I^IKB AND LIFE IN8URANOE8 EFFECTED. ^ ,',; SHTAKIJSHED Ub3 If WHITE ROSEp JM Delicately f raprant as tlie Koso itself, fifi H| Always sweet and frcBh, its delightful m/P ?^JM ' odour never wearies. [2 « m ATKINSON'S I, , J EAU DE COLOGNE WL V' ffiR suI?ol'i°r to all others for the fineness Mb * Ija of its Aroinu, its strength, mid its ex- I&Jf TS cecdiii(}ly lX'lri'Bhiny: quulilies. ^- Vvffl Atkinson's English is the best. vSf \C.W-' V J. & E. AlKINtCN raj . 'Urn 24» Old Bond Street, London. M V . .fta GAUTiON ITo'iry P™ui,,o wim shield. SfJ* '^jHkL'. awl uddroiw In full. Jnmrt ti_ ? ' TIuiji fit perfectly, and are .far superior to all the '? other Corsets 1 have tried.' — Signed. ' MARIE HOZE. f THE V&ltf PATENT DIAGONAL SEAM CORSET. Will...

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

\-\ ' « ' ? ' SCHWEITZER'S COCO ATI N A. SCHWEITZER'S' COCOATINA. V ? : ? Anti-Dyspuptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder. . CJOHWEITZEtt'8 COCOATINA. . . ' Cj Guaranteed Pure Soluble Cocoa without Ad mixture. ? ' SOCIETY ' says : rpiIE QUEEN has a Cup of ^SCHWEITZER'S COCOATINA brougtit to her to beddldo at 7. 33, and two hours later she quaffs the same beverage at the Breakfast Table'. SOHWICITZER'S COCOATINA. . . Moat Nutritious. Perfectly Digestible BoTeiage. COCOATINA. Uutalled In 4 lb., i lb. nnd 1 lb. tins, at Is., Is. lid. : aml3H. 8(1. i . TTJViftn,! rVBBS* Iloxwoy.l (VVelU'd) for Sale, all JjJ ? Ainea/Urnt class condition'; at 'iih'pd'rten'i. cost' price. The Age Office. .??'.?????' '???'?? ?? ???--:i ??'? ? --? .'?

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

BARWON RIVER INDUSTRIES. For many years Geelong 'has justly 'prided itself upon being a manufacturing town as well' as an attractive port for visitors. Its'.faotories on tho banks of the Barwon River, about a mile from the oe'ntre of tho business houses, give ; striking evidonco of the great industrial resources of the district, and the residents or tho pretty town by the sea are not without reasonable hope of seeing them further'' increased at no distant period. Our sketches elsewhere deal with .some of tho most prominent adjaoent to tho river at Fyansford, South Geolong and bolow tho break water formed across tho stream in the early settlement of Geelong ; but other important ones are being , added to the place, showing the steady progress that is being made. The Viotorian Woollen Faotory was the first of the kind established in the oolony and dates it exiatonco from 1867, and it occupies a very extensive frontage to the north bank of the river. In May of the year following its es...

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

INDIAN HAWKERS. A great deal of attention has recently been bestowed upon the natives of India at present in Victoria, most of whom roam about tho country hawking cheap trinkets, inferior silks and such like goods. The trial of the Hindoo, Fatta Ohand, charged with tho murder of his mate near Healesville, and the reported case of » hooting by Indians near Ballarat, has kept the class alluded to bofore publio notice. The polioo state that in outlying farming districts these Hindoos, emboldened by the absence of the natural proteotor from tho homestead, terrify females into buying, and in many instances uso threatening language if their wares aro not bought. Our illustrations show how these gentry are liable to fare if they try that little dodge while any of the men aro about. When in Melbourne they herd together in squalid houses in Littlo Lonsdale-street and one or two other localities. Though they aro very particular that they do not e»t any meat food unless prepared by one of thei...

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

THE AUSTRALIAN NAVAL SQUADRON. Tho additions to the strength of. the Austra lian naval squadron provided under the arrange ment, entered into betwoon tho Australasian colonies and tho Imperial authorities will very soon be completed. By the agreement concluded under the Imperial Defence Act five ornisers and two torpedo gunboats are to be provided, equipped, manned and maintained at the joint cost 'of Imperial and colonial funds. Every cost, up to and including delivery of .those' vessels in Australian waters, will be defrayed by the Imperial Government,' and 'upon this prime cost the colonies' agree to pay interest annually at the rate of 5 per cent., never)' however, ex ceeding £35,000 In any one year. The condi tions of the undertaking, as concisely sot forth in the Year Booh of Australia, are as follow : — These vessels will be placed in every respect on the same status as her Majesty's ships of war, whether in commission or' not, and will be under the sole control and orders of...

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

A fflQla 'WES' TSCT - TAIL0RS I ^^ Wtintm of »alc^ H H - - — I | SOW.NS. COJITS, jDLSTERS. JIJITS: i a — — ~~,~~-; ? i uj JOHN REDFERN & SONS have perfected their system for accurately cutting nj - i ^ and fitting garments without the necessity of a personal interview', the com- I jj plete success of which has necessitated the reorganisation of their ' j' | Colonial Dejpartment, ' jj specially arranged for the convenience of Customers residing abroad (from whom ru they require only a pattern bodice and guarantee a perfect fit). Their, branches y in the leading centres. of fashion keep them au courant of the latest productions, Q an advantage which is possessed by no other firm. On receipt of letter or n telegram, full sets of Patterns, with Sketches and Estimates will be sent post j free, from the ? \ j COLONIAL ORDERJ DEPARTMENT, AT | COWES, ISLE OF ^IGHT, ENGLAND. | JOHR REDFERJ^ d SOJ^S, i i ? ; ? -v..-' ;: BRANOHBS :-LONDON, PARIS, NHWTOBK, HDINBTTRGH, NIOB, ANt- MANCHES...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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