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ASYLUM AND SCHOOL FOB THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 3 March 1868

ASYLUM AND SCHOOL FOB THE BLIND. The interesting ceremony of laying the foun dation stone of the Asylum and Sohool for the Blind took place on the 29th of January. The site on which the building is now being erected is situated near the Deaf and Dumb Institution, - on the St. Kildn-road. It' was expected that bis Koyal Highness the Doke of Edinburgh would have hud the stone, but shortly before his de parture from this colony the promoters of the in stitution learned with re gret that in consequence of numerous other en gagements, he was un able to comply with their wishes. The building will be of the Italian style of architecture, and some what similar in construc tion to the sister institu tion above named. The centre portion is to be three stories high, with a tower rising to the height pf eighty feet. There are also wings to be erected on either side, two stories high. The centre part will be set apart for offices, with a dining-room 48 feet by 30. feet, and work rooms in the rea...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH, SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

WESLEYAN CHURCH, SANDRIDGE. This church, which was recently completed and, opened, is designed in tho early English Gothic-style of the 13th century, and consists . of nave, north and south transepts, chancel, vestries, porches, &c. Tho nave is 64 feet long and 82 feet wide, tho transepts oach 25 feet by 23 feet. The chancel for choir, organ, -fcc, is 22 feet by 21 foet 6 inches, and being raised above the nave and transepts floors, with a cir cular back inside to top of wall, with three double windows of stained glass, the timber principals of its roof being ootagonal at the . base, gathered into a point at the apex ; the whole presenting not only a very good and pleasing effect from - the nave and transepts, but con siderably enhances tho power of the choir. The connection between the nave and ohoncel is by a large and massive archway, tho full width of chancel, and 26 foot high, im mediately under which stands the pulpit. The chancel, though circular inside, is octagonal ...

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O'FARRELL, THE ASSASSIN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

O'FARRELL, THE ASSASSIN. . [FHOM THE DALLAIU.T STAB.] «? After a most careful and critioal inquiry from those who were most capable of forming a judgment, it would appear that O'Farroll, whose name will bo rendered nnonviably noto rious by his attaok upon the life of the Duke of Edinburgh, was no more than a monomaniac —on individual who for somo years past was soaroely responsible for his actions, and who from all that can be gloaned should have been kept under restraint as a decided if not a dangerous lunatic About ten yoars since he Bottled down in Ballarat, and whatever his antecedents might have been, he for a long time showed himself a prudent, sensible and .udnstrious individual — eccentric to bo sore in some particulars— but, as a rule, a thorough going business-like sort- of person. In part nership with a man named Kennedy he opened a hay and corn store at tho corner of Dovoton street and Market-sqaaro — tho premises at presont in the possession of Mr Boyd as an hotel— and ...

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MANSFIELD, WITH MAINDAMPLE IN THE DISTANCE.—FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY C. WALTER.— SEE PAGE 13. MANSFIELD, WITH MAINDAMPLE IN THE DISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

MANSFIELD, WITH MAINDAMPLE- IN THE DISTANC E.— fbom a photograph by c. wamer.—see page 13. MANSFIELD, WITH MAINDAMPLE IN: THE DISTANCE. The township of Mansfield, situated upon tho main lino of road betweon Melbourne and Jamieson, is 145 miles N.E. of Melbourne, the journey boing performed by coaoh in about 24 hours. In tho town nro a court of potty ses sions, a common sohool, three churoh'os, five hotels, a steam flour mill, and a number of stores. Tho population is botween 400 and 500. The country in tho neighborhood is rich, and sup ports a largo farming population ; outside the cultivated land axe the homesteads of several wealthy squatters. The im mediate neighborhood is undulating, with' ranges occasionally of a peculiar character, ? and encircled at a distance of twenty miles by the most western range of the Australian Alps. On the west of Mansfield may be Been the Maindample Peak (ono of nature's most aarious frolics), on the north Mount Battery and Table Top, on the east Mo...

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THE LYSTERS IN A DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

? : THE LYSTERS IN A .DlIiEMM^.-' ? ' Intense oxoitementhas been creato'J. on Bal: larkt'hy sprnq ofipnsiyo language in refpronce p the atfoipt , at. assassination, said to have ijjon uttered' by. pitlierpf tnpLystora.-- B_eth brpthe^' hayo ypb.pme'ntly , ? repudiated the charge, and whilst l^. seejiiis dillicuHto bqlieyp that any jnpnin. tnpir aenses could, hayb,po7m inikted'. .' so '? grosa'. an offencse against . Ipyalty, juma^ity, aui. depency, still tau asseyorations m'the, ^ersidp .arp.eqaally strong ^ and per iisten);. ' ^e find jihis abco'unt of 1 the -matter . in Saturday's'. Star : — : ? ? ? '?- '?? ,--The feelinB- of loyalty, quickened . by the news of the, cowardly attempt upon tho life of Prin'oe : Alfred, wqs shown at tiie closo of tho opera at the Theatre Royal on Thursday night, when tho audience called for ' God Save tho Queen.' The orohestra responded and played the National Anthem, the aadienae standing uncovered during the .performance, arid cheer ing, enthusiast...

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MELBOURNE INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

MELBOURNE INDIGNATION MEETING. ^ The moriater meeting held 'at thd''neWEi hibition building pn'iji'e 13tli'irist.,'fto piaoe';on repprd ] the '.''abhorrencia 'of 'flie people, 'pj Xiplpria 'a£ tlio '. dastardly attack made,', upon . theVtijifer.of ; K.TIM. the Dolce -of- ;EdinT burgh,'. was indeed worthy of the oolonists. By.v-b.'a^f-past 'seven o'clock there must lia'yb'boen; nearly 10,000 persons present. rCju 'tpo platform as .well as1 in tho 'body! of thJB hair were' congregated gentlemen 6T almost JBve'ry'oreed, and representing all shades of political '. opinions. Tho' memberar!of 'the Ministry present, as well as/'the hon. Mr O'Shanaaay arid the Mayor' 'of 'Melbourne1, wore warmly received v.'hen they entered the hall. Tho resolutions which expressed tha .abhorrence of the meeting at tho horribles outrage, and tho loyalty of tho peeple to the' throne, .' were reoeived with tho greatost en thusiasm, and tho various speakers wore cheered in* a manner as probably they -had seldo...

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FENIAN DEMONSTRATION IN CHARLESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

FENIAN DEMONSTBATION IN OHARLESTOJN. - ; [NEW ZEALAND CELT, FEB. 21.] Sunday, the 16th of February, ' was a day never to bo forgotten by Irishmon. 'The gun shono most gloriously, the sky was clear, aud nature appoared to havo decked horsolf iu her finest attire. From ono o'clock crowds of pooplo wuro aeon wpnding thoir way to Con stant Bay, from whioh place ,tho funeral prp coss'ion, in houor of tho murdered MapchoHter patripty was to start. At half-pii:it two tho baud of muaiciaiia arrived, and measures wore tliou adoptpd for making a start. At tliroo o'clock tho banner was unfurlodj and waved in tho broozo. It wag a black banner on l[ Para matta,' nt the head of which woro inscribed the names of tho throo martyrs, Allan, Larfdrt', and O'Brion, in. 'roon ribbon, two cruci lixos, ixud' Eriu ropretiontod as a fomalo in chaina. .. On the right of tho figure wore the words ' Troason to lovo hor,' nml on tho loft, '.' And ileatli to defend. ' At tho bottom, ' God savo Ireland.' Tho bann...

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PUBLIC PRAYERS FOR THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

PUBLIC PRAYERS FOR THE PRINCE. _ The congregations of the several denomina tions throughout the oity and suburbs, as somblojin their respective places of Worship on Sunday, 'werd invited to oflor up '.prayers to Almighty God to preserve the life' and .restore, the. health of the son of our beloved Queori. Tlb'e' horror excited by. the attomptod dssasaiiia: tion ana'itie universal sympathy displayed; to wards 'flip Pririeo were vory strikingly manifested by.tjhe responso which was made ' to the ro queat'of his1 Excellency the Govorripr to observe Sunday : as ' a day '.of special prayer. The churches and ohapojs daring morning serr vice 'were densbly crowded, and in all-Boine reference i was mado to the sad event, and'an. appeal. made to tho Giver of Lifo to spare' the prince arid restore' him to health. . ,';'''./'.'?-. '-X

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THE SYDNEY INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

THE SYDNEY INDIGNATION MEETING.' A public^ meeting of colonists was held on the 13th, in ,tlie: Hyde Park ^Pavilion, to express their . intGpse sorrow and indignation ' at the attempt made on Thursday to assassinate his Royal Highnoss. The Pavilion, which contains 22,500 square feet of standing room, wns»s,o crowded in every part that there were probobly aj; least 20.000 persons present.. Only one in cident occurred to disturb the harmony [ of the. proceedings, and that only for a brief interval. The Mayor announced that' there would , be no speeches, but merely resolutions sub- ' mitted to the meeting; and. that no clergyman of any denomination would take part in tho proceedings. ;, Tho resolu- ' tions were all drawn out, aud. would only be moved and seconded. Tho business of {Tie meeting would not take ton minutes. , This an nouncement did not moot with any thing lilce general approval. The Bishop of Sydney, (on hearing that no clergymen, were to be allowed to take part in the pro...

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THE PRINCE IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

-THE PRIl^B/.fN'QUEKN«r/ANb. / The dein«n qf'tlisc,:^: seoins . to -havo got among ttio pasforat and -rpafitflrs pf Brisbauo sphopls, Sunday (injl soorclar., -A(; odq of the ohildron'8/et-f, jn .honor of .P/fjnpe ^.lfrg^'t)??1'6 was a regular/pprfc fif reh'gjqjis rojjjjtherorjgin nnrl progress whereof may be gathered from ' 'the following history given in;,thfi Brisbane ?- ?Cdurier :— ' It ^at- afvflrst ; rest-lvgdfitcr;got ?- up a Sunday-school demonstration. . The Government refused to recognise it, or to assist it pecuniarily, unless it was divested of. all seotional character, and mado simply ? A Oliildren's D omons trat ion.' .After some ob jootiou, th(it--'-!ppint. waa conceded by the teachers. ? Q«e form ol^iiyriwSrihe National A'nt]lom-— \v_as.,arr'angedjtOj-b'gv;P|Hig:rby all the children, an'd. it was insisted upon; as an ab solute, essential, that no. ' .dis'ti^iptivo flags or baunors shouldbo curried; tlie'g'raiid advantago of this beings that jit Vleft-'no room for any ...

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THE EARL OF BELMORE, GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES.— PHOTOGRAPHED ON WOOD BY F. FRITH [?] A PORTRAIT [?] THE EARL OF BELMORE, GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

1 1Q. ' .THE. E/.TJL Olf BELIiJORE, GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES'.— rimQGUuwiLD on ^ooi- b\ r. '^jte, r: oa a rpr^nAii j-\ jJHArrrv — hf^ - » - THE EABL OF BELMORE, GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tho new Govornor of Now South Wales was born in London in 1835 ; morriod tho oocond daughter oi Captain John N. Gladstone, R.N., of Bowden Park, Chipponham ; saccoodad his father in the earldom in 1815 ; graduated M.A. (hon.) at Cambridge, 1856 ; waa appointed a aoputy-Iieutenant of Tyrone, and a magistrate of Tyrone and Fermanagh, 1856 ; elected a representative peer for Ireland, 1857 ; ap pointed Captain of the London Irish rifle volun teers, 1862, and arrived in Sydney as Governor of Now South Wales in January, 1868.

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THE NEWS IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

THE'nEWS IN THE CITY.? r '? It is almost -^possible to describe the sen sation't^bioh tbb news of the outrage produced in.;thq qityv.. W|ien first hoard it was .treated as a' more rumop; many persons saw the police take tho' p'rjijciner from t-fie Paterson, but' con sidered him rq'fjroly some follow who had got his clothes torn .ill a drunken brawl. ;It was not until tho announcement was made1 in the Assembly, and that tho mombers on retiring mentioned the fapt, that tho news received atry credence. Tho excitement was intensified by . the appoarance of a party of mounted police dashing at lull speed towards the Circular Quay. A party of foot police, fully armed, followod, aud took up their positions, opposite ho landing-stage, where it was reported th'at the Prince would, bo landed. Several thousand citizens were assembled about the wharf and on-bonrd tho vessels lying alongside',1 where they! remained until information was reooive'd that tho,.P.rjnco,had beon taken to the Govern me...

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THE ASSASSIN IN GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

THE ASSASSIN IN GAOL. Upon .the arrival, of; the Paterson at the wharf, the prisoner waq lauded and conveyed in charge of Mr Orridga 'to the gaol. OJFar roll is a fair-'complexioned man about five ;feot eleven inches in,,, height, and apparently about fjyo and; thirty years of: ago, . ,, Ho,, has a slight board jiuil moustache .'an (I. a mfjitary ' air. Ho is perfectly self-possessed', is said .to be a man of good education, and in manner is not un pleasing. ; Ho was dressod in a dark coat and trousers, and white waiscoat. ;His -clothes were . torn to ribbons by the excited crowd, and ho received many severe bruises, his eyes being blackened, his npso being swelled very much, and his lips, puffed out like those of a negro. According to his . own statements— - although he sayB very little fiu(|.inaintainsmuch reticonco with respect to . . himself and the motives of his dastardly deed — he is a native of Dublin, but loft Ireland at a very, early ago. Ho has been ' in. many countries, ...

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HOW THE ATTACK WAS MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

HOW THE ATTACK WAS MADE. [ebom-the hebaijD, march 18.] ' *\. When the Prince .left the luncheon tent at the' Sailors' Home' Picnic, he escorted the Countess of Belmore to the door of the royal tent, and then turned to converse with his Ex cellency the Governor, tho Chief Justice and Sir William Manning. They remained talking1 a few seconds, and then his Royal Highness and Sir William Manning sauntered across the green towards the clump of trees border ing the beach, and under whiob. . the Galatea band was stationed. Tho subject of con versation was the Sailors' Homo, and his Royal Highness, to mark his appreciation of the .institution, handed Sir William a chequo as a donation to tho institution. Sir William made his acknowledgments for tho: donation, and then asked his Royal Highness' -whether ho would go round to Cabbage Tree Jtfcach to soo the aboriginals, as they wore then roady for some sports. Before his Royal Highnoss could reply a troaoherous assailant, who had just loft the...

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. The following telegrams were received from Sydney concerning the atrocious attempt on the life of E.B.H Prince Alfred : — Sydney, 12th Maroh. The whole of Sydney was olive this morning at an early hour. Immense crowds assembled, and gradually made off to the soene of the Sailors' Home Pienio. The' weather being fine, every one was fall of hopes that a pleasant day would be spent. H.R.H. the Dake of Edinburgh and his Exoellenoy, Earl of Bolmoro, with their rdspeotivo suites, were early on the ground, Whea£thea' pro ceedings were at their height the wbole assemblage was thrown into a fearful state of excitement when it became known that a ruffian amongst them had fired at and wounded his Royal Highness Prince Alfred. On inquiry it was ascertained that tho cowardly wretch had fired twice at tho Boko from behind with a revolver, and that ono of tho balls had lodged in the Princo's back. H.R.H. is suffering great pain, but at present no d...

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COMPLETION OP THE BARKER'S CREEK RESERVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

I COMPLETION GF THE BARKER'S [;. ;.: ; ; : ' .'ORisEK-'iiESEiivprB,;'.' ' ~ ;; ; CMiuNT AliEXANDEn MAIIi, FEBRUAUY 2^.j A distinguished assemblage of ladies and gentlemen met ''atthe residence of Mr O'Keef.e yesterday tq/.pplebrate, tfte; completion of tbje. Barker's. Greek roaeryoir. ^hp( guests num-: be're'd-abover'seventy, and were com'p'o'sed''of. inhabitant^' of- Melbourne, Gastlemuino 'and, , i§a&S!)nrst) the : JattpE place being morp largely, represented than any of the others. Amongst those present were the hon. Mr Macgregor, the hon. Mr Bindon, the hon. Mr Sullivan, Mr Mackay, M.L.A., Mr Burrowes, M.L.A., the' Mayors of Oastlemaino and 'Sandhurst, Mr Ohristophorson (chie|^,^pgin^er)i,- Mr'l'Wilkiui son, Mr Shakspere,'; Messrs ' ^pb||if B?p'^'nje, Robertson, &o. ? After pnrtalang'b'f'i'the liperal hospitalities of Mr O'Kepfo, the ' xoihpany walked to the reservoir, ^flji' Bfigs fi'Tfs^fe', assisted by ' Mr ,r . Macgxegor,-i ;';''ijp£jet', 7 tlie final ? barro...

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MOUNT MONDA [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

MOUNT MONDA Is one of the peaks of the Great Dividing ? Range, as seen from, the ?arra Flats. It is within five or six miles distance from the township of Healesville. The peak is covered with stringy.; bark, tall gam trees, and coarse gross. The view is taken from near a house which used to be known as Cameron's Hotel on the road from Healesville to Fernahaw and the Blaok Spur. ? -'v ? .' ' MOUNT MOND A.— see i-age 8. MOUNT MOND A.— see i-age 8.

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FALLS ON THE NIAGARA CREEK, MOUNT TORBRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

FALLS ON THE NIAGARA CHEEK, MOUNT TOJRBREOK. Few are aware that there is a Niagara fall in this country, of coarso, not to bo compared for a moment with ita namesake, but still of suffi cient grandoar to rondor it noteworthy. This foil oooarrs near tho head of the stream whioh rises in the Monnt Torbrock ranges, between the Rubicon and Jerusalem rivers. Any tra veller passing that way, or parties in search of tho pictur esque, will find the looality about seven miles from Jones's Hotel, on tho Dorling ' :ford-road, ' or about twenty miles from the township of Alexan- .. dra. The fall is a doable ono, making a desoent of about 20O feet altogether, the width at top about forty feet, bat varying1, on aocoant pf the irre gular formation of the rook, whioh forms tho , bed of the Btream. It will' give some idea of the dimensions of . the falls to bo told that their roar may bo heard five or six miles off. The beau tiful engraving of this wild and romantic scene is from a'photo- ' graph by...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

.The .Royal.;. Mail^steiimBhip Gteelong ^rili be deiipatclipd,' roti* W& mays', for ^WesWrn^AuBf1 traliai i Boirit ideTj&allef TndiaJ ] Cliina' and tthe Ea'st;i&den,': MauritittaV' Rcvanion, .Natul,X!ape of Good Hope, Suez, the Mediterranean, ports, Eufb^ef- jAtaetifca; and^tlie United: Kingdom.' ' ' ih'e'Jtimes'appoinl;ed fbrciosing'.arerr t :';r ^iForixegiBterediletters; 'at'-sixipini., on Mon as.fi iWo'dQoi mu\ i% ::'j:'^ ?n*--^ :f-i «%*'??-' f.j^qr, newspapers, (yia MlaviSBille& exoepte'd),'at six;p.nii; qni Monday, ihe 30th~ ih8t.;'c it .J^v ';,'?,- *\Fdr' aUWdiniry lettera) including those.via ?: Marseilles, at ten a.m., on Tuesday, tke 31st ins6in:';£ '-?'11'- -T- -? -?J-;.'I:?'.:-'t-. ?v../-;Ji-.^.'in.v:«.-. '?fror* newSp'ap'ers1, viiJ Marseilibsi;df.^n;aini;,; on Tuesday, the 31st inst. ' '''?1'iU! yided the postage' and fee are'f ally' pfepaia 'By ' postage stamps : — For France, or foreign countries via France, ta the General : Post Office;...

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FLOUR AND WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 23 March 1868

FLOUR AND WHEAT. The fallowing vessels have oleared for JJondan ano.'other^ld^ei^^^rfcs^TOffi'jj&Ojiir^a^.-wB'esSi; since the departure of bur last summary :.— ' Sailed, ''''Snips*.1, * Sesfina&bnl ;' ^Fio'urv', ? i^J/j., .ilc^jfiyy .i.iiii.f£i'.C'- .'-i. .'Bags'.i Mar. 11 Wenningtbn. Calcutta .y -, f. .. q :ji200, Tptalfbrth'S'montiiiC^. C. r.-J;iL .'1200 .«;-,? rPrevibus shipmente ., . : ... : « :i. . ,;. r 8849 ?TdtalsHlBment'forthe- year : .' ? ?'. ! ? r 8549 ^btal'sttip^nl^of yhoat -y^'.; -.\i'.' ' \!;, 320;

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