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MR. MACGREGOR AT HEATHCOTE. (FROM THE M'IVOR TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MB. MAOGRKGOR AT HBATHCOTE. (ISOM TBI M'lYOE Tills.) In acoordtnce with a notice, Mr. Hscgreg'>r met the electors of Bodcev resident at Heath cote, at the Heathoote Hotel. The concert ball we* comfortably filled. The chair iu occupied hy lit. Yoola, who, after eulogising the past conduct of Mr. Macgrggor, Introduoed him to bis audience. lb. Maocbcooe, after ad verting to the com pliment paid to him by hit oonatitueoU in returning him without opposition, proceeded to review his part conduct, which had evi dently given the fullest satfsfacti m to those meet interested. He reviewed the Ministerial poller, as enunciated by the speeches of the Chief Secretary and other Minister*. Hi pointed oat the benefits of portions of their policy ; and expressed himself willing to go further than Ministers proposed in dealing with the reformation of the Upper House. He would give the Governor power to dissolve that House. He acknowledged himself In favour of a revision of the tariff, so at to let...

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

HE, PHH»TP J0HN8ON AT 8ICHH0KD. A public nesting ef the electors of Blob is and DM held on Monday efssring, In the Ordfriy-woso. GIppe-stieet. to hear from Mr. Philip Johnson en exposition of the polltlaal slews on which he bo—hMoeitdMatmofor thedtrtriot. The etteedenoocf eUotorsins scry numerous. Mr. J. Griffiths ptpdded. Mr. JoqmoN ssldtbe^U he bed consulted his own Inclination, he wonld not then hsve ^•peered before them, bathenooededtothe request of e Urge number of the electors of BMimond. He h*d been bptotthanaotle bet —111 anil Ui fiiiiiflM i—iUi^ —i iinih| tawtonTe* they wan mmvwTkaown. die framer of tbhlagt bill had too mach confident]* In the integrity of those who were to employ itr provisions. Taking the Minta teslal programme, or programme*—for tbey i differed materially—he thought that the general Ministerial scheme propounded «a* • Rood our, and calculated to moet tht diffi culties or this hitherto intricate question. There wattome doubt as to the intentions of the Mi...

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

BIB. WAHDROP AT RICHMOND. Mr. A. B. Ward rop met tbe elector* of Rich- j tnond on Tuesday evening, at Beaton's White Bone Bote), Swan-street, for the purpose of explaining to them hit political views. Mr. H.Oddy (mayor) presided. The attendance of electors was very numerous. Mr. Wabdbop said that he appeared before them to state his political creed, and he begged tbeh indulgence for his first public speech. With regard to the land question, he was in favour of free selection before sur vey, and o( the lands when surveyed being sold by auction. It was desirable, in his opinion, that the state should get a fair price for the land, and this could, he thought, be accomplished without injnry to the settler. A fair valuation and payment should be made for all Improvements. Each settler should haves pre-emptive right over one-third of the land which he selected. This wonid eacnre him from oppressive competition by the wealthy landowner or squatter. Be was in favour of deferred payments by ...

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

MB. PKTEB80N AT ST. KILDA. Mr. W. Petenon, the latest candidate for the rrpmeentatlon of St Kllda, addreaeod the oonarttoapcy on Monday, at the Town-ball, St Kllda. The attendance of elector! wai pretty good, and Mr, Benjamin Cowderoy prealded ai chairman. Mr. Pmasow, alter explllninc the Im mediate meeona for Me candidature, men tioned that he had been already asked to Tepreeent two oonatitneoolee, bat had declined In favour of St. Kilda, where he wag well known. He did not ventore to oppoee Mr. Mkhie, whom, Indeed, he etnmgly eupportod, hot the aecond meaner offered, when Mr. Jnhweton retired, Indued him to oome far ward on the Pieaent occasion. If retained, heehoaid colnto Parliament*! a oouMent •nworter at the praeent MlnUtry. Their nuer, aa far m aatmonoed, quite aooqeded withU* own, uooih he hadnot yet read the •ffeeenol Mm lOnlmt ot Wnee. Moreover, and far SEiwBn h» the(3d be (B eteady eepporter ante their Adam meaeatee em.eiVM.toMf own rim, Tfceiurt qoeeMpa of the day ww .th...

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

MB. IEVERS AT NORTH MELBOURNE. Mr. WiUi*m levers, one of the candidates for North Melbourne, addressed a public meeting, at the Old Lincoln Inn, Cardigan Btreet, on Tuesday. There were abont ISO persons presort. Mr. T. F. Arnold was called to the chair. In answer to qnertions, Mr. lirEBssaid he had been a protectionist for two years. He was in favonr of making the squatters pay a regular rent for the lands they held. He was in favonr of free selection before survey ; and he would support the pre sent Government as regarded their land bill. He was in favonr of payment of members, to the extent that it might be necessary, in the case of up oonntry representatives; and if a bill were brought in for payment of members, he would support it. Hedidnotbellevethatan ex port duty on wool would work well. Hewasin favonr of partial protection to agriculturists. He was in favonr of state-aid to religion, and the appointment of a Minister of Education. He thought Government immigration to the col...

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

MB. BROOKE AT GEELOXG. (FBOH THE OMIX5NO ADVERTISER.) Mr. J. H. Brooke addressed the electors of West Geelong od Moods/ evening. The Mayor presided. After tome preliminary remarks. Mr. Brooke observed, that in looking back to his eltclion in 1859, there were two questions upon which be conld well afford to appeal to them as to bis unswerving consistency. He referred to his views at that time on the land question, which be held should embraoe free selection and deferred payments; and the qnettion of a revision of the tariff, views at that time held to be as visionary as they were to some extent unpopular. He sketched the legislation of the last three years, and then dwelt upon the working of the occopatkn license system. Mr. Dnffy stated that Ml licences only had been taken np, of which 300 had lapsed on account of the rent not being psid according to the conditions, and that 480 additional applications for licences had been made and refused. He (Mr. Brooke) had, however, ascertained...

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

NEW INDUSTRIES. MAIZENA MANUFACTORY. Ourstilltoo meagre I i«t of colouia! industries baa recently received an addition, by the esta blishment at Yarraberg, near to the Haw thorn bridge, of a manufactory for the produce of starch and refined malzena. Of late yean maizeca has taken the lead among the fari naceous ingredients from which bonsewives prepare their table delicacies, andin the mother country fortunes have rewarded the produoera of the article. The consumption of is very large in the colonies, and, as the raw material—Indian corn—grows abundantly therein, and as the imported preparations are liable to become stale, damp, and musty on the voyage, there would appear to be facilities and encouragement for their manufacture here. Meagre. Uge, Maun, and Young are now trying the experiment, and, so far as they have gone, with a gratifying amount of success. Messrs. Uric and Co. have erected a massive bloestone building on the Tarn banks, have procured an improved working plant fro...

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

ADVERTISEMENTS. to advertisers. [lie advertisements appearing in tliis part of the paper having been sont in too late for da*ideation, h»Te not the advantage of the fcpnshr; cirorxlution.3 Amusements. EOYA.L HAYMARKET THEATRE. i SflloLeoee. Mr. Rosluiu. on IB liWWi «* • „, ' , Stage Director, Mr. ITeurj Edwards. THE SIXTY-SEVENTH NIGHT Of the Highly Distinguished wit Popular Arliate, 1. A D V DON. THIS r v b n i n o. And Every Evening until further nntwo. wonderful ATTRACTION. cheat combination of talent, first appearance And farewell performances Of the Eminent Ethiopian Comedian, life. HARRY LESLIE, Previous to Lis Departure for fcuruiw. TU» "First Tiia© in AvtsUwiie. of tlw Eicgimt CLv^.cal TEBBEDS n^lNDROMEDA. First Night of Colman'a Comedy of the ,HE1R AT„ LAM. / Willi an Immense Cast. DR. l» A N Q L O S S, MR H O 8 K I K 6. CICELY homespun, LADY DON. MR 11ARRY LESLIE Will Deliver hi* great __ 8 T U M V 8 T E E C H. First Time of Rioe's Extraordinary Farce of tlie ^ c l n r. T ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

BIRTHS. OoROOBAir,—On the 17th {nit., at her nstideaoe, 233 6aaitttun«Lr«ei, lira. IV. P. Caret*** of a daugh ter. Both doing weB. Oonedin papers ploM Dote.—On the 17th inrt., at her reJdeace, 16 Klmme* street* tmereid-hill, Mrs. fcobertDo -f of a daughter. Both dotog well. Bovur^-On the 13th iwt( at 133 CoUiuetrnt east, Un. W. ti. Bonlttofaeou. Boniti-On the 13th int., at ibe CongregatieoaJ hmuft, hintWH^tk, the arifie of the Iter. Wil liam Bupkiu* of a sob. • ijumTs-ccutk—On the 16th ia«Lt the «tU «f P. P. Lahertoudie, Esq., of a daughter. Mm—On Ut August, at Paris, the wife of Herbert Veftf, Esq., of Canterbury, Kew ynT»nri. of a ten, Psikoui—On the 18th but., at Bandhund, Ma. Frederick (Tingle of a daughter. Btod.—On the 10th Inet, at Eeeidoo, Mrs. Eoddof a daughter. Mtoo,—On the 10th but, at ST Lyfoa-etraet, Cartas, Mia. Vm. bin s eon, aUQbim Rowanx—On the fitb tai., at Salt lake, Coane warren, near MorUake, the wife of Charles fiowanl, Government engineer of the BsBantanl West...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

DEATHS. Acvtt.—On the 16th Inst., of consumption, at 1 Rey iiuid'B-trtrmoe, Goorge-street, Kititroy, Ellen, the beloved wife of Mr. John Acutt, Mid sister-in-law of Mr. Juaw Mccarty, of JUochiu Umb, agei 26 years. Buikemors.—On the 12th last., Sarah, third daughter of Mr. John Blakemore, of William stown (late of ' Wolverhaiuptuu, England), of consumption, in tho , fourteenth year of her age. Home papers please j *py. | BonwbUi.—On the 15th August, at his residence, N'cw.ngton, Surrey, England, Mr. Samuel Bosweil, , lather of the late Mr. Thomas Boiwell, aged sixty- | five years. Bkowvlms.—On the 1st August, In her 82nd year, at tho resideuoc of her eou-iu-law, the Her. A. P. Irwtae, M.A., and Yluar of Biugley, Yorkshire, Martha, relict of the late Anibo y orowule*-, Esq., of Pajuctts, Goudburst, Kent, and mother of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. j Bbow>\—On the 11th July, at Washington, U.8., Id bis 20th year, from wounds received at the battle of bpottsylva...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 22 October 1864

MARRIAGES. BMKIUU-Oox.—Qetfec fltb to*!, «t«t- A*4iw"» told, of Dcalm • 1 taau> _ _ lumnr—Oe fee Mbia*, tyite *8ar. H. Ewtkeotav, at U» n^danM ot too taldrt taotoir, !S{,SK«ia?iS65SSw'"-"1 niwmni—M'limM.—On «*f 10th in*., at teol tont, totto Bw. W»; *, fhtotor.dttto Com* ft'kxul Chunab. W. Hmlltnn HomUraoo, toh jt, hUMwitontoiniiBw.groairwr toc^l it " ^Cartrtw* VIbOtb, rrnm.-On tt« UA ''ttoti M OmM UnnwKldi,totttto.-ttl.'S. Bwdia, |®g?1SSS:, rfttoSjr Dwkun/Vtil JtoorwfrtVtoJIefto' fant WitMt ti Joo-innai/frl rof *ott»hUa^lBiuwg. — '-*<^&j:4StiXSS£{ fMKirtmpioopjr. .... ' Jtog. MARRIAGES. Wallace—IIkdo*8.—On the 6th ulL, at Emerald' , hill, by (be Iter. D. M'Dooald, WUIlam Wallace, of Glasruw, to Sabioa Pearee, alileel daughter of the late Joeqtfi Hedges, or Bristol, England. Wriout—l'nwiitt.—On the ifith Inst,, at the residence o! tbebride's&lhor, Geoire-street, East Melbourne, by tho Rev. J as. Teylor, Edmund. eon of Abraham Harding Wright, of Evesham,...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDNESDAY, OCT.26. IK RE W-H. LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Wedsosdat, Oct. ; IK BB WH. LITTLE. The insolvent, denribi*d as a contractor, of 1 St. Kilda, was in attendance. No creditors appeared; and the meeting closed. IS BE nsDEB, BAKDOLTE, AND HOKT. j The insoheuta bad ban quart! miners at ; Bnshwnrtb, and Were not now present. No creditors ai ptaied. The« fficial assignee Ittr. H. S. Sbaw) npirted that all the proiuoty mentioned in the schedule had been Bold by the mortgagee, at about one-e'gUtb of the statrd value; nothing r. tBaii.iug to the no- j eecured creditors. The meeting then closed.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
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SPECIAL MEETING. IN RE JOSEPH MARS ASHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Special Mketcto. IB BE JOSEPH UAttS ABHTOS. 7 lie insolvent l ad been a batcher at | PreLran, and (he xnectli g was called to de cide upon an offer of coo.p fition made by i bin. He Dow offered 5>. iu the pound on *11 j debUprcv*d. On the motion of Mr. Kiiwacit» ! lor Dal. CempUll aud Cj., and sec »nded by . Mr. Eoglaud, for Hyon a^d HamtDOO'l, that the offer be accepted-oil the creditors beSm; pieK.Lt or ttprefieuted, atd voting in favour ] of tbe motion-the Coiwissiokeb declared the tame to be curried. |

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURSDAY, OCT. 25. (Before W. B. Noel,Esq., Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) ADJOURNED SPECIAL MEETING. IN RE PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Tomcat, Oct. 25. (Before W. B. £sq., Chief ComBfclalo&er of Ioamfbiic EsUtas.) Asjoubvsd Spscxai* tfutnxo, nr mm reoyidur mnrni. ilr. J. W. Stephen, «ttli Sir Qeo. Stephen and Mr. Webb, appeared for the official nod tradeaetlgneea; and lb. BudrfeU and lit. Oarlkk for Clara A. Burgess, an alleged liitLi ab are holder. Mr. J. W. BrrPHi* reminded the Oomt that thta meettog had been held over In order to effect eosnpnnai-oawlth the shareholder*, agreat number of whom had compromised. This was now the final adjonrnmant to fix the list o I liable abareholdtn at far at poa fiWe, In order to report to the Oonrt above. Be contended that, for the aahe of complete rest, (ho compromising shareholder's name ehoold be inserted in the list, thoogh onlgtor mstlg. The Cook agreed. and the Uat srai then called over. The 00I7 dlapated UabllitUs were thoee of Clara A. Biugaaa, Oone Griffiths, Jamee Campbell, and Jamm Jack eon. Mr. Baaowxu, tot Mire Burgees, repeated his dflrctlon to aervice, wh...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADJOURNED CERTIFICATE MEETING. IN RE R. A. PITT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Adjoceked Certiticate Meeting. IN BE ». A. TITT, The ln?olv<<nt is & clerk. in the Port-office j at a salary 6f £175 a year, and w*« present. Mr. Gillott appeared for Mr. D. O'Calbghto, the opposing ere liter, who was slvutly ex amined V> show that the insolvent had con true led debts knovriug the impr.)bibiluy of ] hie b ing able lo pay. The In solvent was also . examined in bieovru behtlf. The Commissioner took time to fettle the 1 conditions he should annex to the certi ficate.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GBEAT TURF EVENT OF THE SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THE GBEAT TDBF EVENT OF THE SPUING. . " 'Whet hone will win the Melbourne CupP" asks Brown of Jones, who hilf an hour before has asked the seme unsolved question of the . bewildered Bobinson, whoBe cars still echo the same interroga tory from Smith, earnestly intent on learning from aome "prophetic party,"as tiA uf « what tsiir Ja ^Ita fwSnlr t>" be terms it, "what-will do the trioic P" Great excitement is there in the small gihere of Brown, Jones, Bobinson and mith aforesaid, as to " what horse will win the Melbourne CupP" But the sporting world at large cares and needs to cerelittle about the affair, for what, is the gist of the matter P—what the pro-, bltan which has to be eolred next Thurs day P It is not a question of which is the best horse of this or other years; nor which sire shall, by his representatives in the race, prove himself most worthy of future I patronage; nor what strains of blood it will be most desirable to cultivate in the etud—nothing of the sort; the ques...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TURF EXCHANGE. LATEST STATE OF THE ODDS. Wednesday Afternoon. Oct.26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THE TURF EXCHANGE. uior mn of the odds. Wednesday AJtemoon. Oct. 20. • Her# was more then en average at tendance of memberi at the Yiotoria Turf Subscription Boom on Monday evening. There was some little formal buiiness for the member# to do—electing two committeemen,lea.—beforeproeeed ingtomoreimportantdealings. However, business was sot eo brid a* until in the week before the Melbourne Spring Meeting, and waa chiefly confined to double event#—the Ascot Vale Stake# and the Melbourne Cup—Maidstone end Druid bring chiefly (elected for the first named. event, and Musidora, Falcon, Koebnek, or Barwon, for the Utter. Boebuek was basked outright for the Cup *etlOtoUsndBsrwtmsilOOtoS. The best offer m the room against Musidora wu 100 to 15. but outride as much as 8 to 1 found no takers. Bose of Denmark wasnotsogooda favourite as she wai a few dayi since, and lantern seemed to be the coming hone of the Miribymong stable. Freestone was backed at 100 to 9, and no more than 100 to 8 eras offe...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DATES OF ENTRIES, &c., FOR COMING EVENTS. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

DATES OF ENTRIES, &c., FOR i COMING EVENTS, 1 (Tuesday). Nommationi for Adelaide Cop. 1 (Tuesday). Second payment! for Smythm dale Handicap. S (Thursday). Second payment for Portland St Leger and Handicap. 8 (Tuesday). Nominations forBallamlHandi cap. 8 (Tuesday). Acceptances for Wagga Wagga Town Hate. 14 (Monday). EntriesforOsstlemaine Baoee. 15 (Tuesday). Nomination! for Bendigo and Sandhniat Handicap!. 22. (Tuesday). Entries for Ballarat Baaea. SEcmatXE. 1 (Thtrradsy). Nominationi for Lannoeston Champion Baa!. S (Monday). Entriee for Smrtheadale Baoee. 9 (Friday). Entries for Bendigo Baoee. 12 (Monday). Nominations for Wangamtta Handicap and St Leger. Jarrcanr.. 2 (Monday). Further payments for Wanga mtta Birea' Stales. 10 (Tueaday). Acceptance* for Wangamtta Handicap and St Leger. Fkbkuaby. X (Wednesday). Seoond payments for Ade laide Cup.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACES TO COME. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

RACES TO COME. 8,4,5—Melbourne Spring Baoea. IB, 16—Castlemaine Baoea. 28—-Newatead Baoea. 28, 24, 26—Wagga Wagga Kacoi. 24, 26—St. Amend Baoea. 27,28—Bamairatha Baoea. 80, December 1,2—Ballarat Baoea. Decemskb. 8, 9—Sniytheedale, Browns, and Ckrngham Baoea. 14,15—Bendigo Baoea. 21,22—Hamilton Baees. 29, 30—Bnanxholme Baoea. JalTCAXT. "6, 6—Portland Baoea 17,18,19—Canterbury Champion Meeting, K-Z. 24, 26—Wongaratta Baoea. Febbuabt. 9,10—OhOtem Baoea. 28,24—Cremriok Baoea. 28, 24, 26—Beechworth Baoea. Masai. 16,17,18—Albui7 Baoea. j

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. ANSWERS TO CORRESPON DENTS. •#* It is respectfully intimated that all questions upon the Tur£ either u to mutter of histoty, or cm any doubtful point of rating law, or on any minor aporU or games —chess, draughts, oardt, quoits, &o.—at well as questions on general matters, will be anewared carefully and with precision, wbererer it is in the power of the Editor to do eo t and when it i| not, the'eame will be stated, and reference made to some epecial or likely authority. But it it neoeesary to state that, in all eates where an answer is expected in the following number of The Aetiralatian, the correspondent's question must be in the office before oigbt o'clock on the evening of Wednesday. " BiUarat"—The steeplechaser MidgT has been sold, bat we hare not heard the price at which the hone changed hands. " Arabr"—Ifuaidora and Ebor are own brother and eister. Miranda is not own sister to either. *' D. G."—The Bourncfield stud was entirely broken up i all th...

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