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THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. A meeting of the Council of the Board of Agriculture was held at the offices. Queen street, on Wednesday. The following mem bers were present: — Mr. Mackenzie (in the chair), Mr. G. G. Morton, the Hon. W. H. F. Mitchell, Dr. Mueller, Mr. M'Cracken, Mr. M'Martin, and Mr. Smith. CORRE8PONOEHCE. , A letter was read on behalf of Dr. Macadam, in which it was stated that be was unable to attend with bis report on the analysis of sobs, in consequence of illness. A letter from Me. Josiah Mitchell, of the Experimental Farm, stated that some prairie grass seeds were for* aided for distribution, and that be would he able to supply some mulberry leaves twioe a week at such a price as would cover the cost of gathering. A letter from the Consul-gene ral of Fiance, Intimated that no reply had as yet been received to the application for some vine-cnttings from the Jardin du Luxem bourg : but as soon as an answer had been received its nature would be communicated to the boa...

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

BALLABAT SHAKE MARKET REPORT. Meters. Jdtnee Smith, Ccoyle, Oldham, Ditchlmrn, Walter KUgton, and James Baker, aharebrokete, TUHarat, report as fal low® " Saiuut, hmutii Ertsrers.—It la mom what difficuh to account for the great fluctuation ¥** takes place weekly in most of <Hff oirtdend-puing dalme. It ruey be attributed partly to ibe emetine* < *" may be attributed partly to ibe emetine* of tits proprietary, wbtdi would peoeeiily ojofioe ibe knowledge of the apprtvrlmile nine of ecrip to a eckd few, nob thaa srben shares ere forced on the market they ere bougbt by t&e initiated at abnoet their own price, and when the pressure it removed Uuy netamUy return again to their old figure. Ae Ue eebdlvUioo of term will gradually tnuesir the proprietory, so may sm took lor the market gr^as&ybuoomtag more steady, hnothnr i and perhaps a mote potent mflocooe la, that which j the banks haw oan bang to leer opoo pnees eemlle ! end Ertmdwh era up, a frown a...

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

DISCOUKAG EMEKTS OF TRADE. TO THR EDITOR 07 TOR AU8TRAL4SU*, Sir,—It is popularly supposed that the ob ject or legislation ia to further the beet inte rests of a country. It is generally Imagined that the reason why "a responsible Minister is placed at thehead of a department is that it may be the better administered, the Mi nister being responsible direct to Parliament. It seems to me, however, that the efforts of onr local legislators and Ministers hare been singularly misdirected and unfortunate. The latest proof of their unlucky interference lie* before me. A few days ago I received a small packet from coon try; it oontained e brooch, of the nine of about 22i., for repair. Its weight was a mere trifle; but, in addition to the necessary stamps to cover the weight, it was broogbt to me marked '6s. extra," because the packet contained jewellery. Imagining this was a mistake, I went to the Post-oflloe authorities, what I found that the correct charge should have been 9a., nnd en unf...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBERS RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE ELECTIONS. THE NEW PARLIAMENT. MEMBER8RETUBNED. *-»»■« listssss Booth*, Sooth... ... u&M^mirady: J. T. Smith. Bootkr, W«t J. 0. BidddL M.L. Dalhoui* ... O.J.Smkm. OondM wd FoUptt... Q«at(a Palrfcalm. Evelyn ... John Thomson. (Ntpelmitd, North ... WilliamPeaiaon. Gift* Lead, Booth ... » J. B. Hopkins. JLICPooa TIumbm fUnddl. 2Wo Remtfty. {J.J.Oaaay. '"lJ, F.hnllhran. ... luw iTOnUoeh. MunmypMitot ... John Orr. NoTOMW ... Q.O.Imvey. QienvUle ... ...J. H.CWnnor. Him ftad JUmpdca foMbbttioon. VWUn'iind 'Pwtaihl Irniy 1 Wlafem J*

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCARSDALE GREAT EXTENDED GOLDMINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

SCABBDALE GBEAT EXTENDED GOLD- | MINING COMPANY. The eighth quarterly meeting of the share holders In this company wis held on Friday afternoon, at the offices, Elisabeth-street. Mr. T. Loader in the chair. The report ot the directors stated that slnoe the tact meeting considerable improvement bad taken place in the affaire of tbe oompany generally. Driving (or the gutter was pro oeedieg rapidly, and it wag expected to reach it in a week or two. Tender* for puddling icarhinfa had been received; bat it wai thought it would be time enough to order them whan tbe gutter wat readied. The directore were gratified to atate that the whole of the akaros of tbe company bad been dfrpoted ot. and that, with the prospect of reaching gold shortly, probably no further calls would be necessary. The esle of portion of the company* estate was pro grossing satisfactorily. The director* reoom mended that the quorum required for n board Aould be reduced to four; aud that the term of office ahould be for...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUESDAY, OCT. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

Tcxsdat, Oct. 1& cuni or Laacutr.—Benjamin Slmpaoe. Cbariee Wllltaonon, Jamee IUobanlaoo,aaa John Wllkintgn. mi dwnri; oo rataenft: nitk Mealing uopef lraa the bar at tM CuoimercUl Hold, tm Sandar. fitmpeoa ahotd thaOoort animatetlrtat toBtuUae by the atrip Monarch, to aeil "on* JtaaWi iad elated bit intention of twrtan the country if permitted. The Beach meobatm" tble prima*, and inatrooted tha poltoe jM jook alter hint, and eee that bepmat 4x1 hoani the veeaeL Vha other prtronecaweMt; pianded till PrtdaJ. ' . . _Chaioi or Poa&ear.—John Utile aal Elisabeth Anna Uttia nana charged. Urn maa ^iSffLSSL ' J*

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

MELBODBNJS SHAKE UaBKET. Mann. BallUe nod Buttora report m fol low*:— tut «TMk than waa ho naUiMkiahfa to fh* atodr aodabare market. Bohnoat She ataadr, and with onoortwoeaoepUoitt,any lli*leeaaap|a plain Dabeuturaa note bat eloadj at quoted rata,the Mr':j demand axletlng holnf forthaee avtfaUeftr London/ ' On Tueedaf of Wadooeday »b« Danodln BafhW Loan aitlHie adrortliad. Bank atocha aniataad/. Mlh fawtnaaactlott. • Wackmtl and NawSouth Waletan" moet in raqoaat The batf-ythriy meeting of the Oohmla] wiDbeheld on the tdthttcteiw^and thai'*( IM'JTatlonal an UM tat at Korambar, luauranoe , ■haw an dell, with tin eauaptluu of Auatralaelan Flra 1 nd Vafiiw, for which • aoddan and Jaija demand | arose, In oonsequenee of tfee BXllafactory Intelli gence received by tho mill. The business of this com pany is Increasing with rapid strides, and their success, which has so often been ascribed to good fortune, must, after such a lengthened trial, be given In Amur of good management. Since the c...

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

I OPEN COLUMN. free trade or protection. to TBI ZDlfOft or tbb 1USTKM.uub. Blr.—8nppwlng that fell sobjecU and In quiries bearing on tbe general prosperity of the people and progress of these Colonies come within the province and aim of your paper, I would wish, with your permission, to assist yonr readers In ascertaining what j are tbe principal reasons of the depression now so generally complained of, and which Is driving from onr shores to many of our j best men, with whatever money their bands or brains have enabled them to moke white here. Having been an actor on tbe scene i and on observer of events from the very early days of Tort Philip, I can at least speak j with experience of tbe nps and downs of colonial life, and having been always troubled with a desire to look Into tbe causes { of things, my experience may possibly have J enabled me to strike out vlewB or opinions I of some little vslae in tbelr bearing on the question's now agisting tbe pubtlo mind, Tbe first and mee...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, OCT. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

Fbidat, Oct. 11 BOBBItr.—Qiorgu Wilaun Wtttcharged will, breaking Into an office >t the Immigrants' Home, and stealing therefrom five ran, w vests. b pair of boots, some loaves, 4o, jj" • Grolg, superintendent of the home, ttataj .prisoner vie m tioket-of lemre men from TW mania, who bed been for eomo time an in, mate of the borne. When the esse of R|» wee brought before the pubiio eotne time ■go, the prisoner thought It advisable to lesve, but bed been beck elnoe, on one occasion, for ■ night's shelter. On Friday morning anoffloe, which Wee left dotedon tbe previous night, was found to hove been broken open, and the goods described taken from it. Prisoner wae arrested on Prince'* bridge, at four o'clock this morning, osrrring a bundle which, on examination, was found to contain the property ptoduoed, which war identified by Mr. Greig as the etolen goods. On bring taken to tbe watchhouaet ptuionw own. d to the coustablrt that he had " bUttsd" the goods from the Home, lie was comm...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONDAY, OCTOBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

Mondat. Octoeea 17. JLIXCAUT at Laboe.—Grotge Wimwu and Ann Smith, cn mmaod, bath ehiqttd with being priaootn of tin Crown illegally at Urge from Taamania. were remanded to Tasmania, tbcjr own ircogoixanoa faring taken for their departure. Bobbcbt or Jswaixcar nou th« MM* uePuctk. Lewis FUhel (ctWwiee Louis Fieobell, late manager of the Mont-de PiM&wm brought op in custody of Ddeetire JBatk. on the charge oi striding jtniUan, Jit Barer attended to proarcate, on behalf of the directors of the HooVde-Piete; :i&. OrearaeU appeared for the prisoner. Mr. Parry applied that the prisoner-elm!) be remanded until Thncedar, ataum that be was broogbt to Melbourne late en Saturday night, and there had not yet ham sufficient time to oommnniaato with ttw^rfo TbeBencb giautrf^t^remand untllTben day; when Mr. Oramwiill applied that tbepd aoner should be admitted to ball. The Baa oonaested to ball In two sureties In fttD each; bnt Mr. Barer objecting to the amouai as lamfidenvtbe pro...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19. OBTAINING MONEY BY PAISE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

Wn>n*dat. Oct. IS. OBTAlVIffO MOItT BY TABU F&ITDOtt. Pater ikon Adatroon, an elderly men, waa Indicted for obtaining bom Jamee Btnk pertain monera by oeamof Wee pretenoaa. Be ml alio indicted for atropine?, with in-. tent to di fiend. The prfeonei ml nude Hr. Anaiteow called • dark Intbe Crown BoUeltorh office, who stated that thepriaooi* bad twice before been charted with offeaoee dmfUr to the snm&L Hit Hcnoor having aommed op. The jar? (etiied, and after an abaeooe of ' twoiMuaandabalfntomad to Coart with a verdict of "Oulllf ootheCqU count, (or obtaining atone? ruder Idea prataneea. Ble Bonoor ten Untied the prisoner to one wran' liDpriaonment with bant labour. Mr. A outgo* add that be had not tailed the gentleman who attended fhn lhtiitw offioa to prow tha adrarUwiuaut, , That gen tleman would have explained tbatedvartlao menta of thle end a cognate nature were well lifted before the* ware allowed to ha inserted. Although orarpreoaatioa wax taken, it waa ofte...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE CITY POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, OCT. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MBLBOUBNB OTT received the lenient sentence of one month** Imprisonment. ; • Chami or LonAot.—Willlem Peitietin • rop.clable-Iin'klng man.vrai bronnhtiu1 charged with lunaey, having beeTTnto^ dmgglst'e shop and aaked tor poison, to poTion himself. Bemanded (<it seven days, for m2lL cat Inqulty.

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

GOSSIP. * ttofiMwifjrtth ;tf>iii^tii4fioa Mr, J. 8. ja»Mt«a^#MrWnl^jte1)» abtalnatad tfi^iSUa'■"' f- *' : Mr. &.V.MMW4 4im btMtafowl by« (•gnkttita, dgn*4»# TO %ol*n,to off* Unittto tt* 8Mdi»n* 8e«pa^Hi A>r «» dMtfcnv Mt, llnirwril wmumfmht W"1 M) bei,ibSl wiUptawMMIwni l!fb> t<^>*«<i>[liM>riofl>>»lMii>l><|MjOoomen M n,ll,n> Hm( I ililiii thd uminn ||' worthy of being paid for hi» work—that the labourer is worthy,of his hire, Wu are in a different position to what they are In at hone. Men who come here geoerelty come to nuke money. We hsv- a property qasll ficatlon oerUinly; it U Cffi, But everyone bss not snfflrieni brain* to be e member of the Legislative Assembly. (CieiM.) Thle colony has not produced men with eafBcIent brelne in their heade and money in their pookete to be legislators. Hera we have no regular training echoole, I mean, thnt fat hen donoteendtbelrehildren tocollegee, andfrom country to count...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MURRAY, &c., VINEGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. (FROM THE OVENS CONSTITUTION.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MCE RAY, 4c., VnTEffEOWSBS* ASSO CIATION. (raox the ovtnra ooirarmmoir.) At tbe general half-yearly meeting, lield at Albury, on tbe 21st Beptember, it was proposed by E. Sanger, Esq., cud seconded by Captain Brownrigg, that a select committee be ap pointed to decide what kind of aaccharometer should be adopted by the association. Distillation Act.—A preamble for a me morial to be presented to the Governor and Executive Counoil of New South Wales was read, and proposed for adoption by Mr. Edward Banger, and seconded tnr Mr. Meyer. The came was approved of and decided to be adopted. Colonial Wood.—A sample of Tastnanian wattle was laid upon the table by tbe presi dent. Afterwards a long discussion ensued upon the relative merits of the colonial woods. The result was, that the Taemanian wood was not approved of, and that it was the unani mous opinion of tbe meeting that the mountain ash from Tnmberumba, which bad been well tested by Mr. Edward Sanger, was tbe most suitable colonial wo...

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

MR. N. LEVI AT MARYBOROUGH. The other ex-member for Maryborough (Mr. Nathaniel Levi) addiemed the elector! the tame evening. Mr. Lxvt said be supported the O'Shantasy Government, because they poaseseed mora talent and ability than any other Govern on nt had exhibited. (Cheers.) They were w'Uing to work hard for the oonntry, and they did work.' They passed measures that were a credit to the statute-books of the co lony. They passed the Local Government Act, the Municipal Institutions Act, the Civil Ser vice Act, the Electoral Act, and many other important acts, and the Land Act, which some people said was a cone to the country; but he was there to enpport what was called the Duffy Land Act—a measure that was pawed with the object of settling the people on the lands. It might not have succeeded in effecting that object, bnt it was a mem ento that, with some slight amenlments, would meet all the requirements of the oonntry, and pot an end to the ooafoslon that baa existed in teferenoe ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROYAL PARK AND THE ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY'S GARDENS. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

THE ROYAL PARK AND THE ACCLIMA TISATION SOCIETY'S GARDENS. No. I. The carrying ont of various improvements in the Royal Park, by the Acclimatisation Society, may afford instructive matter to Australians who raids at a distance from the scene of action. Subsoil ploughing, and preparing portions of the ground for sowing and planting trees and shrubs, has occupied a good part of the time. The plots of ground enclosed for planting purposes vary in size from half an acre to three acres. These en closures are intended to form harbours for game birds or animals, introduced by the society, which may be ultimately set at liberty. Shrubberies will be made for the resort of native and foreign birds. The boundaries of these enclosures will be composed of blue gums and other native plants and trees. The centres of the clumps will consist of the best kinds of ornamental and usefal trees. The whole of the ground thus enclosed has been snbeoiled to the depth oreighteen inches, and afterwards sown w...

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

DR. EVANS AT MARYBOROUGH. (FBOK VHB HABTBOBOUOR AKD DCVOLLT ADTIBTDIB.) ut. a. b. Kvant, wtio oner* mmselt to toe Maryborough district for reelection, ad dressed a public meeting, hdd it the Golden Age Hotel, Msrybcrocgb, on Thursday even ing. In the oooree of his remarks, Dr. Evans alluded to the Ministry as a ooelition, end coalitions, ho said, were abhorrent to tip sense of hononrof even Englishman. He had heard of coalitions In Eoglaad, but they were formed for the pnrpoee of carrying out some greatpobUcohiects-saohutheCathoUoeinaQ dpatioD, and the abolition of slavery. Here it was thepoeeeerion of power, pay, and patronage. Andwhathsd been the conduct of the present Ministry 1 A bill of Indictment had been un folded. A payment of £800 waa made to a chairman of committee on the dissolutionof Parliajnent, and wee divided among the four or five memhew of the committee—no doubt to provide them with the £90 to neceesary for candidates, Dr. Erani then went on to ear that he oould not...

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

BOOT OBOP8. TO THE EDITOR 0* THE AUBTBlXiSUE, Sir,—The toil end olinnte in thu district enable the settlers hereto grow .excellent root crape, for which we hare no aocesaible market*. Liebig says:—"Gorman agriculture hoi been led by experience to a very limple method of converting potatoe* into a fatten ing fodder, quite eimilar to grain into com poeitiOn. Thia method it the foundation-atone of the profitable agriculture of Germany i and it oonaiata in remoring entirely, or to a great extant, and by a purely chemical praceaa, the non-nitrogenoua part of the potatoes, and uaing the reeidne, which oontaina all their plaatio constituents, to feed stock. The pota oea are reduced tow thin paste, and placed in contact with malt, by tho action of which the starch is converted into eugar. The mash, as it is called, is now mixed with beer yeast, which causes it to ferment, and tho whole sugar is thus destroyed. By distilling the fermented mesh, tho staroh of the potatoes is obtained in the f...

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

AJAX MINING ASSOCIATION. An adjourned meeting of the shareholder* in th Is association ng held on Saturday, at the offices, Elisabeth-street, to adopt the re port read at the last meeting, and also to hear the reply of Mr. Clarke, the man aging director, to the charges brought against his manage ment of the company's affairs. Mr. Bates was called to the chair. The minutes of die last meeting having been confirmed, the balanoe-shert presented last week was read. Mr. I '"" inquired whether all the items were audited ? Mr. Gbittttbb said that they could not in all cases find who ordered tire goods, but the board had the vouchers. The account of the managing director <£882 %. 2d.) had not been examined, as it required further Investiga tion. Mr. FnatXB objected to the meeting pass ing a balance-sheet in which an item of this nature appeared. There was no certainty Ibat it was correct. Mr. Knro said that the balance-sheet oould be agreed to with the exorptfam of tins Item, whi...

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

MINING NOTES. Meson. Will bun Clarke and Sons report the yield of the Ajax Alining Association ts C3os. from 5fr) tons. Tbe Mime finu has received the folio win? telegram of the jieMs of the Daytedonl mines from Messrs. Jack eon and ShlccoerCorineUa, IWos.; Wombat-hill. SlSor; Exchequer, from half machine, 47oa., first washing; Concordia, 80or.; lluir and Party, lloe.; Lioerty, 20oi_; Cornish and York, lies. ; tiartori, S4oa.; Trembath and Party, 36ot : Union (Quarts), c4or; Ajax, 61oz.; Union, SOoz.; Danuewerke, Sfoa. from S5 tons; Ludni Beef, 23oz. Beehive Mining Association, Tarrengower.—114) tons have been crushed daring the week ending the 15th inet., producing 23Soe. lOdwt. amalgam from pan and ripples. This recolt is deemed very satisfactory, considering that the >tone crushed Is principally from the slopes where the reef is in some plaoes as much as twenty feet wide. £sg'fehawk Mining AwetaUon, Tarrengower.—Hie only cradlings reported last week consist of nine tons from t...

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