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NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION. (FROM THE GLASGOW HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
NATIONAL MFLE ASSOCIATION. (FBOM TBI OLlNlff 1IKHLLD.) The following are the conditions for the competitive (rial of rifles for 1866:— I. The annual competitive trial of rifles shall take place at Woolwich, commencing at eleven o'clock a.m., on the 22nd November neat. II. Each competitor shall furnish alz oom-. plelo riflee of precisely limi'at description. 1IL The conditions as to bote, weight, pull of (rigger, stocks, sights, shall he aa follows :— A. Bore.—Minimum, -461. B. Weight.—Maximum, 101b. The barrels end stocks not to be weighed separately. C. Pull of Trigger.—Minimum, 61b. b. Stocks—Half-stocked. All the barrels of any one set of rifles may bo find from the same stock. E. Sights.—Regulation Enfield, bnt so ar jsnged as to admit of other bighte being sub sequently fitted to the rifles. IV. Any person intending to compete shall, cn or before the 22nd October next, pay an entrance lee of &lt;10, and ehall, at the same time, sign a letter to the secretary In the otii...
AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
AUCKLAND. Kebiokatiom or TUB MiKisriT—The feuMtm frost of the let inst. contains tbe following" The Ministry have resigned ab solutely and unconditionally. Their resigns lions wire tendered yesterday, and we have not yet leamt If they hare been aocepted. For tome time part there hat been no mpa ltry regarding the disagreement between Hit Exoellrncy and bis responsible advisers, and this disagreement was Intensified on receipt of Dr. Caldwell's despatch, announcing tbe change in the Imperial policy. Sinco then there has been a constant straggle between the Ministry and the Omrnor^the former. eodtaroaring to carry ont the poScy of 1863, the Utter endeavouring to ahape his course to suit the vaning opinions nt home. The policy of the Ministry was the policy of the Assembly; that of the Governor Utterly has been the policy of Sir George Grey alone Aimed with unconstitutional powers, His Excellency nsed these for selfish purposes. So long as he believed himself In danger, and his charact...
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
MARLBOROUGH. Thi WiKAMiBTSA Diooikob.—The Bate lock Mail of the 28th lilt, Bays" Yesterday I afternoon the escort, tinder charge of Ser geant Kinselta, brought down 1,400m. of gold. Our correspondent informs us that an exten sive and important rush has taken place at the Forks ; the prospects obtained appear to be excellent. The union Bank of Australia shipped to Kelson last Sunday l,000ot. of gold, per steamer Lyttelton, Paying the duty to the Customs in Havelock. From the same journal, of the 1st ion, we learn that the ruth had extended, and a report was current that a huge nugget bad been discovered " as largess a mans hand, and several pounds in weight."
STOCK AND SHARE LIST. FRIDAY, OCT. 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
STOCK AMD 8UA.HE LIST. PUBMO OOMMAXttt. £ 437,600 400,000 1,000,000 600,000 Mf000 60,000 40,000 100,000 26 80,000 86,480 5 12,166 60,000 6 8.000 " £4,000 £00,000 400,000 48,870 60,000 104,100 12,888 12,000 0,000 tUIM. Colon). of Australasia Not. of Ausl ratal*.. New South Wales Victoria .. „ U8I7BAXCK. Aua Fire and Marine Australasian Life .. Australian Aillauoo.. Colonial Soullioru Auuranoo.. VJcL LUeandOoneral VIcL Fire and Marine QA8 OOMTAMtM. Ballarat Rendlgn Caattouaalne .. Colllngwood AFitxroy Dmylealord Gee] on# J-Melbourne.. MIsnaAAinotrs. Hobeou'a Ray Hlwy. Bendlgo Waterworks Drens Waterworks .. Mlnml Colliery Melbourne Exchange Studlcy Park bridge . Victoria Kaolin 8l=!J si*.-mod UU.-12*. I0ji-ll|e IB*.-!*. 26a — 29a 27—90 80—86 74-7* 8]-4 90a —45a 7-71 «-4 (W 66—68 U—2a l—u 20—25 9a—6a la—6*. Morno CourAwm. 6260 6000 10000 68000 16«00 1000 100 80 [410 80000 M 8000 j] £8100 6000j J 200001 1 16700 1 20001 1 2b 1100 «2il60 *824 60 20000 20a ©OW 1 20000 SJ lOOOOj - ioooCi nj....
GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
GEN EE All ELECTION. The polling In umw of the electoral dlaWeta | in th« " aecond batta" which wen ooatoatod took place jettorday. Thefolloriog returns bin been recti red [FEB ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH ] ARARAT. ARARAT, Punar Evmto. The candidates were Mr. Colin Campbell, Mr. William M'Lellan, and Mr. T. M. Girdle stone. Tbentnras ahowthatM'LsUnn and j Oindleatone are elected
SHIPS TO ARRIVE. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
SHIPS TO ARRIVE. Astoria Avalanche.. BaUria Benares ,, Brti Kevia .. Ch—nphm of Ibe General Michael*.. Glendower Joan Battray Eeudngloo Kent Kosciusko.. Lanadowne La BetoeBU&cbe... Loots JUyer VittFium Mediator .. Minlitff Fntrad Matiafa Prince— .. Queen of Amtralte UTOkAoan» Heine P*AnJou », fiuXarc . Stoafcdaie . Teykadale. Transit London.. ..j&ug. 8. London .. ..'Jane 80. 680 |London .. ..:JuljS. ■■ 833 Loudon .. .. jjuir 28. 270 ». Urerpool ..'lag. 9. 495 London.. ..jJalySL 1192 1192 1006 London . Rotterdam . .(July 10. London .. N'ew Tork Sew York Plymouth London .. • Deal CUculta.. Broawunfaaren Urerpool London.. Aug. 90. July#. Jane IS. J alj-27. Aug. & ABg.tt. Aug. 80. tfOT. t9. July 12. Aug. IS. Kotterdsm .. July 11 Umpool Deal 12S8 jUvorpool 1160 ' 8M 1052 Tudor .. *.| 972 1Urerpool Winter .. 103* jHoogr April 19. Rne*. ..W*L aag.*. Deal ..jJunaSA - ~ July 12. An** loneSA June 14. Aug.lL July 9. Julys. Jolytt. Aug. 99. jFonObov 234 .London .. .. I U...
THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
THE 8HABE MARKET. Item& JEMUb and Batten report m bol low;— AaxAant* womit «T btuiacai Mp$' a* Meaty, piica. Bank atoda an trtn and riabif.fhioaial ar* toore In demand; reoentqunUtkau an WO maintained, « Ar. The amalgamation M ibt Hobeoob Bay .Ballira/ with tba «Bhariiw Aw now b.cn daflnlulg eettled, eutyect *° Anaer 4wo legal polnta, the tahna at agnamant babagnnedUi'd of tl^a net reTenue ct both llnaa to the Suburban, and twodkWi to tiee BobaanV Bag Co, The JanolWc of 'botli Unee wfll be wenmen-ed forthwith.. Appll eatlOMftribatea In the Uafcti .tnehtaaoe Oonb pity artra a^eBoa today, when ■ the namber 'apttBaa tor appaand to be hbont «,Mo. fiarwd ioflhe prortelanal boar! appBadforbTO my to 100 ahkitamty, and otfiatoior bona. Mining name hare been quiet. The llTror tialafeola Ootapafljda plant toe beaajedldtyt AletyO- -JnOlMgrpiead adjoining jlka^u .ContpeBjrb .northern jiau^a^^a new mt, W .ftJ>« Wo,'ifiWr ' """ .-tofittaatji**- to' 1 toe. -Ai'tie bodg ef'Mopale iirfden...
CRESWICK. CRESWICK, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
CUES WICK. Fusax. The condidairs for Cretwick were Hem! Tboma* Cooper,William Fncer, J. H. Wheeler, E. & Patker, and Matthew Combe. The re torna (mm (be poUicg-pUcef in thl* portion of tie dletdct ate aa under;— >— Oooper. nanr.j Wboebr. Karfcer.jOoiutM. Cmwttk.. «6l MO m 07 ] IT Kiageten.. Smcatai. TT « M M | 1 » 114 01 M j 1 Totab.. eii Ml w 1*7 i 10 Here **» a terrific hall-olora inuaedUtelj afUr four o'clock. CLUNES, F«dit Erracntc. The molt of tbepaUlnfiln thUdlrietouU aa under:— Cooper ... £81 Fiaser ... ... 272 Parker ... ^ ... J80 Wheeler ... ... ... ... 164 Combe ... .. 36
VISIT TO A BURNING MOUNTAIN. (FROM THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
VISIT TO A BURNING MOUNTAIN. (no* TBS STDKBT HOREISO HERALD.) A brief account of this natural curiosity ; may not, perhaps, be unacceptable to our ! readers, the majority of whom are probably 1 not aware of the existence of snch a phe nomenon in the Australian continent. The mountain is situated about twelve miles from tbc pretty and growing little township ■ of Murrnnundi, the scenery around which is 1 perhaps as picturesque as any to be fonnd in Australia, and is very similar in appearance to some parts of Italy. The town is com pletely surrounded with mountains, and, viewed from any of these etpinepces, the beautiful green valley beneath—through which winch, sparkling, the small rivulet of the Page—and the pretty little village, nestling among the hills, together form a picture that many a poet and painter might revel in. Our present business, however, is with the mountain, and one fine morning we started, in company with a friend, for the Battling Mountain Inn, which is about tw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
■UoYcramcut Advertisements. | -VOMMISSARIAT.—FRESH MEAT. l'BOVTSCE uf AUCKLAND. Tenders will be reeulveil at tlie office of the Coramta* > aarv-Geneial in Auckland, tUl noou on Tuesday, tUe 371A December lMtt, for the vupply of fmsh meat (beef and mutton) to the Thmtjib in the Provlnte of Auckland, for the year from let April 1865 to 31at MaTch 1866. The contractor will be bound to issue the killod ■1B1 in jrtnfl to the troops at all places when he may be required br the Comnuamry-General, or officer Mthonsed by liim to do so. Payment will be made monthly, for the quantities , shown in the Commissariat accounts as basing been Motived. For further information, apply at the Commissariat Office, Melbourne. Medical. " Though fools epurs Hymen's gentle powers, We who Improve his golden hours £7 sweet experience know That marriage, rightly understood, Gives to the tender and the good Ji. paradise below."—Cotton. rPHERE are many thousands of persons _L who pine away in this colony, end ...
THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION. lr*on tbx a, k kxchbtjul oot. 18J The report* from North Auetreliaara sad*. »otorr & »omo reepecta. but nniattetetoty expedition arrived safely at ite destination, end theoountry in thenefeh !}*? *^el»lde Biro wae fcrumato till keneipeoted. The oommia fr^U- 8 from»dfj>at »'• *P&lt;>t bmt rt .? ,»Wi-"My mind te strongly determined in f»»onr or mflcluir thlrrne ta,411 outortud the mouth of tbe river for on laser hwWir. ft appeani to me that we have everything sought «ceUf!,J' J101? th»n the Ministry expected. From other letters it appears that the climate, as experienced in AnnuL w«a plceesnt, and that an abundance of good water had been found in the country around Adam Bay. " Our great difficulties," W, commiaaloiier, *' ore already vma* quisbed in establishing a position as we hire which 0,8 tdntistical knowledge So far, the despatches are satisfactory • but the ptograe of settlement, we are sorry to say. has been interfered with by one...
The Australasian. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1864. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
ItyrAitstralmn. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1804. That then is a large amount of des titution in Melbourne and the suburban municipalities is not to be denied. Those, however, who attribute it to the absence of protection to local industries labour under a very considerable and serious mistake. Tlic real causes of the distress which exists are to a large extent attri butable to tlie peculiar circumstances which have marked the progress of the oolony, and it may be said at once, and without reservation, that they are not reachable by legislation. The time will come, no doubt, if it has not already arrived, when those causes will cease ; and we Bhall be left to deal with the poverty which is to be found in our social system, without much fear that it will extend further, or become very much more burdensome. One main cause has been the un suitability of many of the immigrants who have sought the colony from the mother country. No one who has had experience of life in Australia has made the v...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Arrival of Costiots.—The Fremnntla correspondent of the Wat Atutralim Tina announces the atriral of the convict ship Merchantman from England. " ThU," he eaye, "is the second Qme this ship hss brought ont convicts. Her freight seems not to have been as quiet and well-behaved at usual; thirty-eight are in irons, and nine or ten were dogged daring the voyage- -do at tempt was made to take the ship, the panicu late of which, however, I have not yet learned. By her we have an accession of 257 to oor strength of toad-makers, two having died on thepaaage." Mr. VCouocnh Rskidt.—The Wesf 4u» frstfm f*mw, of the 15th nit., saysThe Vic torian Government have virtuously resolved to oat off Western Australia as an offending member of the Australian body, It is to be voted a pariah, and declared an outcast by the Pharisaical law-maketa and law-breakers of Melbourne. The Government have decided that the Peninsular and OrienUl-jGothpaay's j steamers ebafl touch no aaorerat any p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
NOTICE. Single eopiw of Tub Aubteilhuk cm be ob tained from all Tht Argtu ngepta througb out the ooloniea, at the uniform prioe of Suc pencc e«ch, exclusive of expense of delivery i or the paper will be aent direct from the office to any address at It. Cd. per quarter, postage included, payable in adrance. Oom plainta of overcharge to be addressed to the General Managor, The Arg&lt;u offioe.
QUEENSLAND AS IT IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
QUEENSLAND AS IT IS. Tli8 following description of Queensland is extracted from a letter, written by Mr. J. Mackenzie Shaw, Acting Registrar of the Supreme Court, Brisbane, to the Northern 1Yhig, a Belfast paper. Mr. Shaw was for merly a barrister at Belfast, Ireland, and the letter appeared in tbo columns of the Northern I Yhig on the 28th of Jane last. Writing, of tbe natural feature* of the country, Mr. Shaw says:— Much of tbe low-lying alluvial land along tbe banks ot the riven and creeks (as the branches of tbe rivers are here called) is wonderfully fertile; in many parts it is densely overgrown with the rank, luxuriant, semi-tropical vegetation called here "scrub," where mighty trees tower high above the thick undergrowth of flowering and other shrubs; climbing vines of many kinds, their hums often entwined like tbe strands of a rope, reaching from the ground to the lower branches of the nearest tree, round wbicb they twine, commingling its foliage with their own, their wild l...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
TO OOBRBSPONDElvW. The bird# liar# been prolific thii weelc. "Spring in Auatralia" ia bold orer. Wo alnjll give careful consideration to tbc " Pro* poeed Address for the Inauguration of tho Burke aud Will# Jlonuiuont." " I'cripatclio Philosophy" baa boen received. An "Amateur Qardener'a" auggeition will reocive attention.
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864
QUEENSLAND. . 64joAi>wooo»'a»-£3t,Wa!c4f Hill, Ui hUreport remarks that, an bit visit to the northern ibore* last yew in 1I.M.S. rloneer, be wet with Bantalum eiboai, tbe tree which fur nUbee ibe sandalwood of commerce. In the firet piece on tbe bauksof the Endeavour tttvzr, end subsequeutly at Port Donison. If thte boeo, end we have no reason to doubt Mr. Birth wacity. it Vould be weU^to in gdg Into tbe ometlty, scoerelbillty for sblpnieht.fcc., and then determine whether atrade could not be opened with China la this,valuable product _ btltt or nt Hon. t. He Lmi Mowatt. —Tbe painful intelligence which reaobed Brisbane on tbe 8td last of the etartllngly sudden demlee of the Hon. Thomas De Ltoy Mofiatt, Colonial Treasurer, bes produced a general end widely spread feeling of tbe moet sincere regret Literally-a day or two ago Mr. Moffatt was amongst ns; a strong man, in tbe very prime of life, full of \igour aud health,; an able and worthy public servant, holding one of the very hig...