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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

THE MONTH;1' ' ;v. The mail steamers, both by the Panama and Bues route arrived with the punctuality they 'have ebserved of lato. . The December papers ? brought by the Suez mail show us that the ? - English public are giving some attention to Viotorian politics. We are not insensible to . any manifestation of interest in our affairs ; ?«nd we are ready enough to appreciate advice - should it appear to be inspired by friendly feel in'-, towards ub,' and to be ? based upon correct information. \ ?/.???'??? ' : . v The elections, are now over, and : the ques tion of the Darling grant is settled as, far as it can be by the verdiot of the country. . The whole month has been oooupied . over the' con- test. The first series of elections, ascertained the opinion of the agricultural constituencies, the second ' the ?? mining, and the third - has tested the metropolis and the various boroughs throughout the country. In the first series the Ministerialists lost one seat and gained three ; in ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO OUR HEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

. ?:- TO OUR . READERS. ' The very oarlyissuo'of The AtislralianNews far some months past has preyen(;ed the intelli gen'do being hjpuglituptp'a^iife'dat'ei or being niado so oornpl'(jto as is dcsir'ablo for transmis sion to friends i»t homo. ' ' : * ;. This 1ms 'been caused. {-y tlio .efforts of a contemporary, who 'sneins ).q Uiink pyjprity of publioution tho one thing''jjeedfu.l, aud who is therefore perfectly regayAls8'? P»/. '«iti '-.-? {|'rr ange- inent sought by ^himself,. nnd ^enterp^'intb by us in perfect good'foith, fls!»S tb;o: cjate of publication of each issue. ; ''' '. ,' .( '. , In justice to pur friorids, w^ |«el boi^nd to remedy this eyiji and jn future will iip^ 'issue our Country Edition till , about eight- diys before the sailing of'the inail .gteainor, and pur Town EtUtioi}', fpUr dlet(i!^av'g-:'li'^|Qr'e; the closing of tljo ^njl. ? ,;;- Should this' announcement; indued., bur conteinperary to cord.3 out a dijy'pr. j,\vo sooner, wo trust the pu|)lio wijl' so-;f...

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MAIND AMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

MAIND AMPLE. [PKOM A C0RHESPONDENT.] . As little or no mention, of this place has .has yet been made in any of the publio journals, a few remarks concerning its rise, progress and prospects may not bo uninteresting to some of your readers., As regardajpopulationiithe. beginning of the year: saw ifc.(oamparativoly,. speaking) quite un inhftuitodj.nadbiowtthoroiiro-sonie six hundred ?peraonsitnxithe-:townBlup;;witbl':a.!Considerable numbercsoattered amoufjitho.M-DefR.' Allotments ara'ialrcnayriaken'inpifor. n. vdistrinco of over halfCa-inilejon-bothsirloajof ithe.streets, and on nearly,:all;ofi^tb:emcbuildings-;in;various stages ofiattKanoemoixtrQro .boingoreoted.. As is go jierally.yiiLericaso. in no Wivdiggingf. townships, 'hatolaijand! ibcer -Jiouses (of twhich there are laomo.irtwonty); pretlominato. . ? Some of the liormorOTilljJwhen iflnisliod }?? be : fine buildings, ?jnidirpromiBo: rwelll; for tho k future: comfort of itrafeellars.. 'C'There - aro i several. : well stocked who...

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QUARTERLY BANK RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

. QUiARTEORIiYd BANK OtETirRNS. ' Tho.follo'wingssuiamaryof sworn; returnBioi'( .tho. average lialjilitiesrand assetsj rand of ???tho i.; ,oapitaliand'profi,t8i\of.'all;the bonks in rViotorirtii takdn if rom..thoii several:- -weekly statomonts f or.- ?thai^nnrtoriV.etiaed! iSlsfc ; Deoember-fl867, ap- ! ijie«ie^ioMtheUQ.overnment Qazettciotthe 4th^ i'Eebrunry;:— ' ? - ; ii.'Banfc-ote.Austrdlhsia.— Iiiabilitios i; Notostip i 6iroulati6n,*;«&205?884 ; bills in- oiroulatiorii i ?jei31462.;,ibalancoatxlue to other banks j,»hili;i dopo3its,vnot- boaring interost^dBSLTia^^jdpj t bearing. interest,: ifil,069;a73^c;tottliaidb'ilities, i i&i;806;392; A AssetsrGoined gblafandiailvorv i andotlior coined -: metalsj dB841',205 jvgoia-and ??? silver - , in .bullion or bars,. 'dB118i7.31:; ;; landed property, £84,428 ; notes and- .bills .of othor : banks, £28,934 ;. balances duo from other' banks, nil j debts dne to the bank, £l,842;O75; total amount of assets, £2,415,375. Capital ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

CUAYTOH, SnuiTtEWOnTH & CO. would particularly direct tho attention of the Sheep Formors of Victoria EASTON, AMOS & SONS' !? their Portable Steam Engine, combined with the . ' - ? ..- , PATENT CENTRIFUGAL PIJMP, FOE SHEEP WASHING, SPOUT SHEEP-WASHING APPARATUS. TYRATNAO-'R AND' OTHER PURPOSES ? ? '?'?' ? Soveral sots of tho apparatus having been In use for some years In the Australian colonlos with verygrMt a-xuuniiuja ai-i/ vixyjii jruittuojjo. ~™,™ succeBs, tho makers aro Induced to bring it more prominently before the public. Besides many favorable r» MANUFACTUEED BY MESSRS. EASTON, AMOS, & SONS, LONDON,^ . .. : ports, one proprietor asserts that the enhanced .value of his own year's clip of wool by this proooBB fully rapaM. mioh, from its durability slmplioltyor construction, easy working motion, and continuous dlBchargebf a hisoutlay lor the machinery, and tho makers are therefore justified In concluding that what Is so good . tor on« ?te^iS^ without atf...

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THE YIELD OF GOLD FOR 1807. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

THE YIELD OF GOLD FOR 1867. In accordance with our annual custom, we append some statistical information relative to the yield of gbld;during the past year. It will be observed that thero was in possession of tho principal banks, at the close of 1807, a very large quantity of gold, the cessation of the duty being tho prinoipal reason for this accu mulation, the banks deeming it moro profitable to save the export duty of sixpence per ounce than' to remit it to England, considering the low rate of interest prevailing in the English money market. Tho tables, in round numbers, show that tho export of Victorian gold from the colony hiBt yenr amounted to 1,392,836 oz. In 1866, tho amount waa 1,480,597 oz, being a clefioioucy on tho year of 88,261 oz. There lias in fact been. a gradual diminution in our ex port of gold, since 1862. During that year the quantity of Victoiiixn gold shipped was 1,058,295 pz ; in 1863, 1,627,066 oz ; in 1861, l,545,-t50 ox ; in 1865, 1,556,088 oz; in 1866, 1,4...

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THE FIJI ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

THE FIJI ISLANDS. A meeting of merchants and others was held at the Chamber of Commerce, on the 6th of February, to decide whether steps should be taken to secure the trade of those islands for the port of Melbourne. The president, Mr Gaarcre Martin, presided. The Chairman stated that he attended the meeting in his official capacity as president of the Chamber of Commerce, and the meeting had been called in order that the members might hare an opportunity of hearing from Mr Brewer the information which he had to convey respecting his travels in the Fiji Islands, and also Mr Cairns in the absence of Mr Karl Van Damme. The Chamber did not advocate any particular scheme, but the committee felt that it was of great importance to this colony that a trade with tho islands should be established. Mr Gaibnb said tnat Mr Damme, in consequence of the Civil Service re- : gulations, was unable to attend the meeting. They resided together for some time in the islands, and Mr Damme had requestsd h...

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THE CHURCH ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

THE CHURCH ASSEMBLY. The first session of tho Church Assembly, for tho year 1868 was opened in the Mechanics' Institute on the 29th of January; the Lord Bishop of Melbourne presiding. Tho proceedings having been opened by prayer, tho newly elected lay representatives signed the usual declaration, after which his Lordship delivered his annual charge to the Assembly. He spoke as follows : — ' Beloved brethren of' tho clergy and laity, another year has passed by siuce I last addressed you in this room, and. I thank God that wo are again permitted in His great goodness to meet together for the regulation and management of tho aftairs of our church. On every successive occasion of holding this assembly I feel more strongly the importance of the duties which it lias to perform and my own personal responsibility in presiding over its deliberations. Besides tho legislative fluthority with which it is invested, it pos sesses a moral influence, which I trust it will exercise year by year more...

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BURNING OF THE SHIP CITY OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

i BURNINa^OF: THE; SHTE 'CITY; OF- l i MEIlBOURNU. .. i ' A'tlabout'itwo o'olock.-on.the morning of 2Gtb..i ; Jjoriuiaryi! the ; inhabitants ? of ' SWilliamsto wnv.were. arousodJfrom their slumbers'by the harsh ,'along-tj ;ing!:-of;-:the;iM£mne-yaidivbeil, denotingiTthatr: a; 'ifirftlrhaduiibrdkonr o-ut', and a : fow^.mi-i nutesV;!? afterwards:- it u was;;- plainlyii :dis- ; : oernib'lb iSthatii^ theinfiroii-pmanatedi tfrom: Wthe^ :magnifioent'iBlackrBall*sb.ip Cityof -.Mtilbdnmej / ilyingfatttaes.Wiluamstown ±tailway Piort , Jtiia? ^usiv-flffceon vmonthsY that ago -.wo .had' -to.-i ohroniolo tho burning!, of :,- the: ship Result, and.-: 'since ???tbeni no ? steps ubaVe -been taken r/Jby i-tho j authorities, to . proviae'iia-floatingf-flre ? engine.. The ? City of Molbdnrnei' -bad ? a -]arge-:rand. valuable :? cargo ? : of .wool) , Ssoi , t-. on' boar dk ; , The - captains of. .the-;shipsf;Niagara.^ .andii.Cfliiter-'i ?bury,:withtheir.*crewar.'wereith'o:first onjboardii. ; and. rend...

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THE COLONIAL WAR SHIP NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

tMe colonial War skip nelsion. The dirndl in Hbbson's B'iiy of the iineof bntllo stiip Nelson, the, pioneer, -..slijg of wh'dt wilt' eyeu'tuaiiy bo .tho Victorian, ndyyi ; is nin jbyeiit of ijriniehso interest to, Om colony} a lid piie Unit is invested with pararnpuiit itii pbrtnuco ; to the whole of tho sister cplo riibsl .Hitherto ths .colonies have been cle ueiident upbhtlip mother country fbr that most important part of, their defeiiceg, armed vessels of war, but tho advent of li ship of iviir, one of the noblest in tlio British navy, in Hobsou's Bay, which to nil intents nnd purposes will be: long to the colony, of Viotorin, will doubtless prove tho. forerunner of other ships to bo permanently stationed in , tlio .chief ports of the . Australian 'ooiitihoiit;. . For years it luis be»n tho wish ol Victoria to Jinvq oho or inoro shipa of h-i\ own; but tho English Government have always thrown obstacles in tho way, und tiio wl.sjjes of the colonists iiiivo. been liitherto disr.bgh...

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PRESERVED MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

PRESERVED MEAT. An adjourned meeting at the members of this society was held on 12th Fobruary, at Dr Bleasdalo's laboratory, to receive tho report of a sub-committee upon a number of specimens of preserved meat, in respect to which Dr. Bloasclalo read a paper at a previous meeting. Dr. Neild presided, and explained that tho committee had: met. three '.times, that 5thoy-i examined' twontyiSMnploa,. and;- tbat;.the,ifoll6-,v--- ing:'.was:thduvroport::ri— '? We},-, the i '-sub ?committee ? appointbdK to -iexav.i mine .?and(!rqport!;upQni:samplesivof?rprespr.ve'dii meat.? submitted,' « by -.' Bevi - 'Dri - BliJasduIb, j -as i specimens ,of'thQ^kiu(lBihoihndistudIetlif6r,;hisi essay;: read;sbeforb;th.9JM(3aioal;'So'oietyronilasii Wednesday^.-hayoitho'ilionorrto'-iropoxfathiitu.wo* met on the -af teraonns of Thursday, andi Eriday',': :.the'.i 6th andl '?7tht| iFebrunryi'iinstiiVjaudiicare'iv i fully, tested ' the i samples .placedvbef oro-ms j inrcft pared'byjthQ undermentioned' viz;: — ?...

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WRECK OF THE SHIP GENERAL GRANT AT THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

WRECK OF THE SHIP GENERAL GRANT A T1 T H E AUCKLAND ISLANDS. -JBOSl A SKETCH BY OHE 0? THE SUBYI70BS. -JBOSl A SKETCH BY OHE 0? THE SUBYI70BS.

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DESTRUCTION OF MESSRS D. AND W. STORE. BY FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

DESTRUCTION,' OEKMESSES;.D.vANI- W ['? ':;3Jhermost-soriou8 firo which 'has. occurred in iAdelaidd'for.-manyyears broke out. on Saturday morningt,,.8th:inst.,7and resultediin the;almosfc - ; t otali destruction , of Mesars ,-D : ; and- hW .'..'Murray 's :finerwhole3aloiirdrapery ; stores ? inn ilCingt^Wili liam-rstreet'.ri-.It.l'was;'. shortly -vbeforo, eight o'clock ,.- when 1 - smoko \ issuin g; . £ rom tlio buildf ing;:., drew.r-;: thei' attention of,- a — ladril to jthehifacti ??-ofi.ua fire existing/i there. He ; at .once.-.. gave '?\thei,.alarmi.v;and Mr A.,r\*J'. 'Baker,'- superintendent of the. fire, brigade, iwas soon(, thero, and ,a dotachuient. of ( mounted ;troopers'and.foot^police marched; to 'the scene and-. rendered,: effl.oient'j',service;,., Tho ?fir.eilyid gaiuod.such a hold on.:titejgpads:that hopq-wa3 ^speedily abandoned of;, savihg,';.thom.,Vt:Hi?w ) ever, the noses woro,:sorew.ed;;ons.tb^the,fl|re 'plugs, and in a fow minntea.oopiqus-str.onnisiof water were dir...

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LOVE AND JEALOUSY [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

XJO^Ei^ND^JESMSOUSYi'; ; ? 'The-, jf pllpwing'-; ta£6r- -of l.-'loyei ;. 'jealousy '; ^^aitd:; ?reconciliation'-! comes !fr'iom;;J&.raratV:-— '^Iusonie.J parts'of ' thecouni^'iwn'ereilawyers.andditora- '? :turo are alike so'arc'e^pepple/oftena'dQpta singu-- larly patriarohalim'odaiSi.(settling;jtKeif, disputesi''; This was. tho espebial'cK'araoterisfioVpfaqunrrisli which occui red ,uetweenWa;cTndnrrandyhi^wifaf who do not reside very ^ fnx-.'from^'AicaratvJ.but^ ?who, apart:from,'th'eitislightrr.ihoompit^bniU4^^ ?of temper, are Ibok6d!;upon. by'.'ttip'-' neighbc-r&| as worthy. folk. 'Mr.'Bi.andMrs.B.' had'a series'; of domestic jaray-whipKi1 occurring with,'fre-5 qnoncy, and- -growing -in intensity,- Jhadithe*.: :usual-. effect -of 'driving the .husbahi'Jfijomithe ?threskold ,with the vague idea- of ,, getting any whero outside ithe range of' his wifo's-- elo- quence; but as B. was a temperate man. ho : could, notrnnd^the consolation :whicliL6tliL,ors usually do.4ni....

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THE WHEAT CROPS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

THE WHEAT CROPS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. It has ; boon our misfortune . to writo 80 often of bad crops, that it is quite refreshing to bo able to say a littlo on tho other side of tho question. This gratifica tion, however, wo may now indulge in, hav ing just examined 80 samples of wheat grown in the neighborhood of Undalya, Auburn, Wntorvale, and Mintaro. The samples have been collected with groat oare, and by a party ?wholly free from any interested, bias, whether to exaggerate. or' to depreciate. Tho 30 sam ples may be classified as follows :— One, old wheat, and which we may therefore pass with out further notice. One, self sown, and only yielding 4 bushels to the acre ; but very fair -wheat. One sample, declared to bo a fair average of the worst wheat in tho Auburn district. This is estimated to yield about 5 bushels to the acre. Tho grains are shrivelled, but the sample is. not parti cularly bad ; fit all events our Gawler Plains friends would be very thankful if it wero a sample o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIRTHS. BALFOUR.-On the 16th ult., at 4 Jolimont Terrace,   Jolimont, the wife of James Balfour, Esq., of a son. BREWER.-On the 3rd ult., at her residence, New-     town Hill, Mrs Chalres Babington Brewer, of a son.   BRUCE.-At Mount Park, Breenock, Scotland, on     the 22nd December, last, Mrs William Bruce, of a son. CLARKE.-On the 31st January, at her residence,     Elgla-street, Carlton, the wife of Mr Henry Clarke,   of a son.   CAIRNS.On the 16th ult, at Cartlon-street,   Carlton, Mrs J. W. Cairns, Whittlesea, of a daughter.     DANDO.-On the 5th ult., at Graham streeet, Sand-         ridge, the wife of Henry Dando, of a daughter.     DAWSON.-On the 3rd ult., at her residence, No. 24   &...

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SHIPPING FOB THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OP THE JANUARY MAIL. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

SHIPPING FOE THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MEIiBOTJBNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OP TJ3E JANUAKY MAIL. FEBIlUAnY. 4, NoJson, rt.JJT. colonial steam 72-gun lineof battlo ship, 27*16 tons. SOO-horso power, Captaiu Charles B. Payne, from ? Porte-. ? mouth, via Ttiblo Bay, Capo of Good fcj opo, 5. Briton, barque, 450 tons, T. Bicknrfl, from Maldon Island. Holmes, Russell and Co., oorents. ' ? fl. Rost.ioss, schoonor, 268 tans, R.' T. Darby, from Foo Chow Foo, via Swatow. '.R. Towns nnd Co., agents. .''.'?.' 9. Louisa Kronprin-eu Van Zweedon, Dutch :' ' ba-que, 401 tons, if'. Meppo'der, from Gotteribefff,' via 'Adelaide.- Bligh and Harbottlo agents. -1 9. W.ennirigton, ship, White Star Lino, 882 tons, '?'?? ' Hy. Tidmarsu, '-from Live pool. Loiii mar, Marwood and Homo, agents.- : ?? 11. Goelong, P. and O, Co.'s R MS, 1650 tons, Nv J. Skottowo, from ifoint-de-Qallb, via King George's' Sound. F. ''?-11.' Kbnda 1,' ajjent. ';J'--' ? -! ' - '? ?? .-'?'? 12t Great Brit 1 in, s., 3144 to...

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STATE FORESTS OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

STATE FORESTS OF VICTORIA. Not a moment too soon; a report has-, ap-. poured from tho Commissioners appointed -to consider- the best means of ;- securing-^tho' per .raanenoy of our State-forests ;uand';tko~ -docu- ment disoloses : a stateof-things whick^reflects; -most discreditably, upon : those ; who '-have ^beenr enjoying a great -public advantage ???'Minors,; saw-mill ownors,free selectors,. squatters;;and' ?wood carters — for whose speoial benefit' = tho State forests have been left-open, almost with out let or limit — instead of using their pri-' vilege in conformity with tho 'public -interest,: seom to have vied with each other in endeavor ing to denude tho country of trees. As the Commissioners observe, the facilities for ob taining useful timber trees from the public forests are greator- in Victoria than- in any other country, and- there never i.as- been any restriction upon the amount taken for useful and necessary purposes; but the scandalous and reprohcnsiblo fact seem3 ...

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NEW WESLEYAN CHURCH, PATTERSON. STREET, LAUNCESTON, TASMANiA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

NEW WESLEYAN OHUROH, PATTERSON STREET, LAUNCESTON, TASMANiA. Tho new Wesloyan Church, in Patterson stroot, Lnuiiceston, Tusmauiu, of which wo givo au engravhjp in tho present number, was oponed for worship on Friday, the 21st. whon two dedicatory sormons woro pvoaohod ; in tho morning by tho Itov. John Egglcston, from Molbourno, and in jt'.io ovoning by tho Rov, 'olin CJbpo, 'of Wesley 'Ohuroh, Melbourne Aild on tjio following Sabbath' tlio pulpit was again ocoupiod by_ tho same two gehtlombn morning and ovoning ; tho Rov. W. A. Quick, Olmirmun of tho TaBinnninn District, preach ing an additional sermon in the afternoon. Tho site on Which the new' Church is crocted is ad joining the old Centenary Chupel, which has been in existence for many years, and it oc cupies, in part, tb.e land on' which formerly stood tho school-house. About tho middle of iho' year, 1865, the adherents of the Wesleyan Church' in Liuriceston resolved tliat the timo had c&mq'w&ontheyshould ?''im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

THE LEADEH. A Journal of nows, politics, literature and art, is published dvery Saturday morning, at 00 Elizabeth street. Molbourno. Tub LuAuiiit is liberal in politics, and tho intolllgonco supplied through its columns ?will bo found to bo accurate and complete. Tho sub scription of Tim Leaoeh is Six Shillings and Slxpcuco per quarter, payable in advance: or Seven Shillinga and Sixpence, posttigo paid. Tho quartor may cbm nienco at any time. Preaont circulation of Tue Leader la Il'.OUU coplos weekly, and it is, in fact, the largost and most extensively clrculatad paper in tho Australian colonies. ' ' ''?' Ollluo, 00 Ellzabptlt-stroot, Molboumo. Aue.nt, in London, Mr F. ALGEIt, Olomont'a-lano, Lomburd-strcot. ? ? ? ? ' FURTHER ENLARGEMENT , OF ' T IE E L E A D E R . ?' ? --?— — ? ? : ? The proprietors havo much pleasure in announcing that Blnco Saturday, the Oth of July, 1X07, : The Leader apjjoura In a uow and enlarged form. Tho -proijrlotora avail thoiuselvca of this oppor tunity ...

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