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GREAT FIRE IN DUNEDIN. ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUNDS DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

\_ GREAT FIRE IN DU^EDIjSly . ' ;! ONE HUNDREI1 THOUSAND JEOUNDS ':;/;;:V^^:.;'!'''-Vv:'PA^GB.;'v;!;^^;::!M;;i;-:;X-;/::;i: (FROM THE; OTiGO DAILY' TIKES, ' FEBRUABY: 3). At length, after repeated escapes,' that- should: have; served as the mosfpotent warnings, Dunedin haa been the scene of what may be ;,truly termed '.a ''great' fire; but which 'might have been' kept within 'some? thing; like, moderate limits, had there been ;-'a proper supply of water. . , Now,' at least, we presuinb,; stbps will be, immediately taken to- ?organise: a waterXCompany' and so take advantage of ' the ' six /per: cent, guarantee which the Government, long agio ^^ promised toiany c'bm pany)prepared.tb;Carry' dutfan;:effioient:scheme^wThe alarmj-which was; pealed*. ^^ forth 'from ; the 'Bell; Tower, about a- quarter after, seven -o'clocki last evbnlrig^ifeli. startinglyupon '--the ear) after a*'day of excitement. iia; connection, -with ; the cricket , match ibotweefi 'the All-: EnglandEleven and .Twenty-...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. PROGRESS OF THE WAR. GENERAL CAMERON'S ADVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

;?? -J ? k GENERAL' JCAMERON'S^ ADVANCE; ? ^ 'J Via Sydney,, we' have intelligence * from the seat of ,%ar to tb.e!2ridinst. The f oll6wing'is from the oorresr porident of tlieSydney Morning Herald :—'.''' ' - ' '? :u ?' ' Auckland; 1st -February, 1864!— Military matters Jiavo advanced aL very 'decided: step .since my last letter. At that .time 'General , Cameron : ?was still delayed very much ;ia his onward 'march by want of proper means of commissariat transport; During the ten days previous to last Thursday, Jib was engaged. in collecting* his pro visions ' and baggage for an. onward 'move, to Whaita 'Wha'itaVand onWedriesday Instj' the 27th' ult,-he was ready for the march. The troops which he deemed it necessary to take with him were drafts of the 12th, 40th, 50th, 65th, and 70th Regiments. Of the first and last two regiments there were nearly 600 men each, and of the 50th about 700 men, so that the Gene ral's force was little short of 2800 men. The enemy's position is one of g...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW FORTUNES HAVE BEEN MADE IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

iii Money,, it -has been sagely * arid -maliciously siiiii, if; /not happiness, is','at 'least, *a ;very: good imitation1 of it. : Heartily entering lirito thoforce:of 'this :axipin,-fmariy, , '; of our colonists-fin riiost instances, no doubt,- attracted ; to -Victoria, by.golden visions of -fabulous; wealth easily , acquired at the mines, but finding success hardly: equal : to' their nspiratipns— .with the ; pliability and; readiness Of 'josclurc'ei 'whiciiWoina to'distmguish the British cha 1 fdptipr xtiieii .diloU released' fcdrtl' thV 'tritMrneia which, a f^sfprid'oaMdt|cf: i^/mioM6.oiiM,i^ii^B^idTg^e-' i^nt' unsuccessful men from staffing' 'jn'to .1$$? ifath'S in, the' old douritry, have laldtho foundation of tlieir future ' ? fortunes in pursuits far 'different frbrii those which ''em-1; iployedithemiat home7 vlndeedi-these^pursuitsihavo' generally been.* little'; aldn; to those- which,5 the . highly,! colored,. description ,, ot , life at the diggings, had, .f ondly, ^ induc...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FURTHER PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

FURTHER PARTICULARS. (FBOM. THE DAILY TELEGRAPH, rEBEUARY 4.) Our report of the late disastrous fire reachod to three o'clock on Wednesday morning, at which time, .or shortly after, our paper went to press. The fire was 'then confined to an area which we stated to be nearly two acres, in extent. The exact space of ground which Jtho fire cov.ered, we have since ascertained, is 198 feet 'to, Stafford, street, by 237 feet along Hope street, and from this'ppmt running in a straight line parallel with Stafford; street; forming an oblong square. Yesterday morningearly,' bri'yisiting the ground, the fire was still burning .:intenselyij although: large quantities of water 'had/beenthrown pnitheburning debris from the three engines; belonging) to the/brigade. About nine o'clock .Messrs Reynolds and! Corgill addressed a letter to the -Government;, requesting tbatassistance might be given .tb.^he'ineriibers'of Jthe. fire-brigade, to enable them to keep i^the; fire' .frorii ; extending. ,r -The...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SHEPHERD'S HUT. — SEE PAGE 13. THE SHEPHERD'S HUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

T H E S H E P H B R D ' S H U T . — See Pagb 13. THE SHEPHERD'S HUT. Among the various places of Australian bush life,' that of the shepherd must be the most wearisome, and monotonous, though this mode of living has features peculiar to itself, and has undoubtedly attrac tions for many. The shepherd's hut is usually situated several miles from the squatter's homestead, but it frequently happens the distance is several day's journey, and the shepherd is cut off from all inter course with humanity, save the occasional visits of wandering blacks, which are not always of the most friendly character. There is, however, a certain degree of independence, or absence from restraint, about the occupation, and the duties are light. The huts themselyes are built after a most primitive fashion, the material [consisting 'entirely of what the bush wood affords. The walls are made of slabs, hewn from the nearest trees, and large sheets of bark, pegged down with heavy logs, to prevent ? the .wind di...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. — SEE PAGE 14. OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

!( tf E1 QPENINCt O F P A EL I AM E N . T . — See Page 14 OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. The third session of -the third Parliament of Victoria was opened on Tuesday, the 26th ult., with tho usual ceremony. ' Precisely at two o'clock his Excellency ' tho Governor left Govern ment House in. his carriage, escorted by a troop of tho Victorian Volunteer Light Horse ; tho park of volunteer artillery across tho river firing a royal salute. The ground was kopt by a detach ment of Royal Artillery, and there was a consider able assemblage of spectators. A very few minutes brought tlio vice-regal party to tho doors of tho Le gislative Council. His Excellency descended, and accompanied by his aide-de-camp, private secretary and a numerous staff, entered the , chamber of the Upper House. Sir Charles was dressed in the Windsor uniform, and wore the star collar and badge of a civil knight's grand cross of tho Order of the Bath. The chamber was crowded in. every 'part, and an unusual animation was imparte...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

:k u:;^:l';:fel:. ? ^ Genuine ;hayaj^^ ?' ,.;,; -:;,,;:,,- r,^:-:^ -:-.:.,: N:OM^^^^^^~^ ASSORTMENT comprising among ethers tliB foUowS*gwell-lb\bTrabratodBS--;, .;?,-? ' ; ~ ?'?'?^'Cabanas ? ..??';. -,-- - l^l':'- ?? -' .'?;.- ;:Sevillano,- :) --i' '/.--. r,'^;'' a !'j - Rio Hondo ^ ? ' ' Partajaa ? 4 I Cinto do Orion :. ,^ ? I La Baputola ; Figaro' ? ' ? / -' --?,: | ';?.:' La Patria. ? .,; ',. ;V..- ;,..|v _ ': .&a. .&c . ' .^ -' ' ? ', i \ Of all shapes, from tho Cazadores .Regalia to the Londies Chioo, Opera; arid Medianno. ' ',' 8 61fb ;? ?'??' ''? ? {:'y:'^ ? : ??[-'(' -'': - ['advebtisemxnt.J .. ?-?? ,; '!''';;;;' ' '?- i' Good' lama' yf sis. Applied.— The p scientific discoverer and the ftoientific inventor are distinct arid different characters. It is rarely that he who discovers » great principle applies it successfully and thoroughly. Sometimes, however, this is the . case. Professor Holloway was^ among tiie first to. broach the theory that disease was th...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BLACK TRACKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

THE BLACK TRACKERS. The various attempts which have been made to civilise the aboriginal natives of Australia may all bo said to have proved failures. But though it has been found impossible to permanently instil into them industrious and useful habits, or to teach them to copy closely the customs of their white associates, they have proved invaluable aids to ? the police in. tracking criminals CrrqughV the bush, The neighboring colonies at the present time possess- embodied ,. forces -of ' .native police, but in Victoria they have' ceased to exist, with the necessity for them. Leading an es sentially bush life, they 'are not made to feel many of those restraints which are so repugnant to the aboriginal idea ; of freedom, and they perform the ; work willingly^ .; They are not a little proud, too, of the Queen's uniform, and affect a vast superiority over ttieir nqn-inilitary friends. They; make excel lent horsemen,. and their horses, arms, and accoutre ments ore generally kept in pe...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT—THE—NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS HAVE COST VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 February 1864

WHAT-THE -NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS ,HAVE COST VICTORIA. Considerable attention having of late, been di rected to the subject of immigration, some interest will attach to the effect which the discovery of the New Zealand gold-fields has had in attracting to thnt- colony n considerable- portion of the population of Victoria. It will also be interesting to note the migratory movements between the two colonies, as shown by the number of arrivals and departures. In order distinctly and accurately to do this, we have been at some pains to compile the following tablo from the '?'several official1 reports. The table gives the monthly return of the numbers who have sailed from Victoria for Now Zealand since the gold-fields were first opened, in September, 1861, and also of those who have returned from New Zealand to this colony :— ? -? . , AniaVALS. . ,'JJidI'Alt'l'UlCbU. Mth. Males Fem Chi Total, es Fem Chi Total. 'l861. , Sept... . 172 .4 V 17fc' 823] (18 4E 8377 Oct.,. 1533 18 lb 15(31 202...

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DEATH FROM A SNAKE BITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

'?'^V- DEATH- FROM A SNAKE ' BITE. D.Vi ?'Candler; the 'district coroner,- on' the 29tli, ulfc.,f held nil inquest, tit Hawthorn, on the.bodyjof a mun liatned James Davis, tiged thirty-eight yours, who diedtbere the previous day, from the poisonous effects of a snake bite. .The widow of the decoased ' stated, that heir husband came home with a load, of wood between fivo and six o'clock on Saturday even ingj'ahd then complained of - dizziness and having.a headache. .Seeing that he was very ill, she sent for. Dr^Earrage, but that gentleman .was not at home. During the night, the deceased becoming worse, she sent foi* Di\ Bragge. The deceased did riot complain much until Dr.' Brdgge canie. She was told by her hushdnd that he had been bitten by a snake, but-ho; did ; not ? consider he was ? suffering from the effects . of It. ; Awitnessj named William Bird, stated, that' he waswith the .deceased when he was chopping wood on Saturday. He saw him running away, and when he went up 'to- him...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOD'S POINT ALLUVIAL DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

WOOD'S POINT ALLUVIAL DIGGINGS. In our last issue we gave with some detail a de scription of the rich gold-fields that had been opened up in this locality. All the information that has since come to, hand points to the prosperous perma nence of this new centre of Victorian industry.' The accompaning ? view is from a recent photograph, showing alluvial diggings which have-been recently worked out.: The reader who noticed the sketch and description of the previous number, will not fail to mark the contrast between quartz and alluvial diggings. - .? ? : ? ir» — - — WOOD' S P O IN T A L 1 V V I A L DIG GING S. WOOD' S P O IN T A L 1 V V I A L DIG GING S.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSOLVENCY STATISTICS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

INSOLVENCY STATISTICS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Wo aro afforded an inkling into the insolvency statistics of the colony of Now South Wales by a roturn recently published by the registrar in in solvoncy. The return professes to be an analytical statement of tho several accounts current and plans of distribution in eighty insolvent estates filed by the official assignees and allowed by tho Chief Com misionor during the half-year ending tho 31st Decombor, 1863, and applying to estates sequestrated subsequent to the 1st pf JanuBfty, W/JJ., Tljo total amount of tho liabilities jn these estates, a? sot forth in the schedule, was #94,917 \ »»A ft' t)-o assets, £57,614 ; in the process of realisation, however, tho assets dwindled down to £17,912 4s 7d, of irhich tho secured creditors received £2285 Ca. _2d, or. 12.76 per .cent ; and the unsecured credi tors, £12,535 4s 7d, or 69.98 per cent of the gross amount realised. The remaining portion of the assets received by the official assignees was ex...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INDUSTRIAL LEASES UNDER THE LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

INDUSTRIAL LEASES UNDER THE LAND ;;;;?' ; .'? ...?'. -.;; act. -?'???? '?;.;* ;:::^ . The 1st day of January last was appointed for receiving applications for. leases of Crown land, for the purpose of establishing various enterprises un der the provisions and subject to the conditions pre scribed in the 47th and 48th sections of the Land Act of 1862. On that day 226 applications were lodged at the office of the Board of Land and Works. Subsequently, 97 more were received, making alto gether 323' applications for industrial leases. As only 100 could be granted for the year, under the provisions of the Land Act, the various applicants were submitted to ballot ; and the names of those who have been successful in the ballot bsx have just been published by the board, with a statement of the general purposes for which the lease is sought]? and other particulars. The distribution of leases will be shown from the following' summary :— In the County of Bourke : Holden, 6 ; Gisborne, 5 ; Turr...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOURKE STREET WEST IN THE FORENOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

BOUEKE STREET WEST' IN THE FORENOON. The new country or city seldom presents a more attractive object of contemplation to the inquiring eyes .of that philosophic personage, the travelling Englishman, than the bazaar, -where horses most do congregate for the pleasure or profit of mankind. We. Anglo-Saxons are pre-eminently a horsey race, and a little discourse about the universal favorite is never out of season. ' The adjacent lively view of Bourke street west, taken between the hours of ten and twelve' a.m., is suggestive enough of a volume, had -we only the horse-flesh love and the discursive power of the ingenious and pleasant Sir Francis Head, who, were it only for his loving tome on the noble quadruped, well deserves his equestrian rank. At early day, when the numerous sale yards of Bourke street are full of the young stock just brought down from the breeding stations of ?the interior, there is not a more animated or busy scene in all Victoria. Horse breaking is here accomplishe...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPTURE OF PORTION OF A GANG OF WHOLESALE CATTLE STEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

CAPTURE OF PORTION OP A GANG OF WHOLESALE CATTLE STEALERS.' A correspondent writes under date 26th ultimo : — It having come to the knowledge of Mr E. Orr, ?of Garrawilla station, in the district of Liver pool Plains, that some parties have lately been ? committing depradations upon his own and his neighbors' runs, and stealing cattle and horses, Mr ?Orr determined to obtain the assistance of the ?police stationed at Coonabarabran, and endeavor to effect their capture. Accordingly, on the 10th inst., Mr Orr, accompanied by senior constable Ward and ?constable Gill, of Coonabarabran, and an aboriginal in Mr Orr's employ, named . Tommy, started from 'Coonabarabran, intending to spend some days in the pursuit of these parties. On tho morning of that day, at a deserted station upon Mr Orr's run, ?thoy found a number of cows bellowing and i showing every appearance of having lately lost their calves. Upon examining the sheep yard, 'they were convinced that the oattlo had been drafted the...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLACKFELLOWS OPOSSUM HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

BLACKFELLOWS OPOSSUM HUNTING. Opussum hunting is one of the most popular of our sports, whether we regard the keen appetite of the aboriginal, or the mere loro of animal conquest, implanted in the ' -bosom of his more civilised compatriot the 'native,' or for the matter of: that the 'new chum.' It is a pastime that .may be freely indulged in without those, terrors of the pains and penalties of game regulations, which in the old land drive stolid Hodge to desperation and defiance of law, and sometimes to involuntary settlement in this hemisphere. The bush owns no keepers, and there it is that the wily 'possum makes his local habitation, stirring the idle of our youthful popula tion to deeds of arms. . : ' The deer delight of a shining night In the season of the year,' as the old song says, with slight alteration suitable to the occasion. The opossum is one of the prettiest, and when night holds her sway over man kind, the liveliest of four-footed beasts. He belongs to an extensive ma...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MESSES. ALSTON AND BROWN'S NEW PREMISES, COLLINS STREET WEST. MESSRS ALSTON AND BROWN'S NEW PREMISES, COLLINS STREET WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

MESSRS. ALSTON ANI- BROWN'S NEW PREMISES, COLLINS STREET WEST.— See Page 16. (FEOM A PHOTOGRAPH BY CALDEIt.) (FEOM A PHOTOGRAPH BY CALDEIt.) MESSRS ALSTON AND BROWN'S NEW PREMISES, COLLINS STREET WEST. ; This elegant building, of which we have given a ?ketch, is a fair specimen of a style of architecture Hot uncommon in the principal' streets of the ; city. The premises have been recently greatly enlarged by the enterprising proprietors, and the improve ments include all that; is seen from - the engraving. The principal shop is 36 feet wide, with a depth of 226- foet; and the show-rooms, warehouses, and other requisites of a first-class draper's 'and out fitter's establishment, ore upon a correspondingly large scale, the whole extending back to Little , Collins street, a depth of 313 feet. The front of the' - building, as will be seen, has a fine appearance, and is ' ornamented with much taste. .The* main sheets of glass in each window cost £40 each. The entabla ture over the shop i...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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SAVINGS BANKS STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

SAVINGS BANKS STATISTICS. Perhaps there is no truer test of the actual pros perity of a country than the general condition of its working classes. Where this is satisfactory, the country will as a rule be found sound and progress ing. Allowing this to be correct, we may congratu late ourselves' upon the state of this colony, as shown by the returns of the several Savings Banks for the year ending the 80th of June, 1863. At that date there were eleven Savings Banks in ope ration, and all, with one exception,* showed an increase in the number of /depositors. : That ex ception was. Sandhurst, -and there the. number remained preoisely the. some as at the corresponding date of the preceding year. The. total number of depositors in all the banks, on the 30th of June; last, was 14,920, showing an increase of 1611 during the year. The total amount deposited, on the 30th of June, 1863, wa3. £701,425 6s ; as against £634,884 3s 4d, the balance remaining in the banks / on the corresponding day...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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CONFESSION AND EXECUTION OF ALEXANDER DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

CONFESSION AND EXECUTION OF ALEXANDER DAVISi . ,Tho- dread sentence of the law. was .carried into effect this . morning on the person of Alexander Davis, -vho was' found guilty at the late circuit court of the raurder of George Sims, at Smythes dale.on tha 31st May, 1803. It is not our intention toenterinto a 'sensation'.' description of the scene, , being of opinion that private executions ought riot to be brought too prominently, before tlie public by the press, or else the, object of privacy is completely destroyed. A sfansatiorial reporter can describe more than the eyes of the majority can perceive. The hourof execution -was fixed for. nine o'clock . ? arid by, about eight o'clock a number of persons had begun to. assemble in the vioinity of thegaol. ?The , shtriff- liad adopted the precaution of allowing no one to enter, except; on the production1 of' a written order, but soriie extra' amount of latitude ' must have been exorcised, for a' few minutes before liino o'clock, the ...

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OVERLANDERS WITH CATTLE.—SEE PAGE 19. OVERLANDERS WITH CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 March 1864

O V E It LA NT) E B 8 W I TH CATTLE. — Sras Paob 1,3. . OVERLANDERS WITH CATTLE. The accompanying picture of Australian life and scenery explains itself. Almost all that xieeii.be said by way of commentary is that it is at once life like and characteristic of pastoral life in the interior. Very long journeys have frequently to be* performed through weary mUes of arid country on the way to that ultimate end of the squatter's— as of most human exertion-— market ; and these are the times when the powers of endurance of our Australian horses are frequently put to the test. Man, too, comes in for his fair share of the hardships of bush travel, but the life is so simple and natural, and the occupation so stimulating, that those who once embark in the exciting pursuit of stock-riding, while health is spared to them— and where can be found a more healthful pursuit— Beldom care to change it for any other. Stock-riding is indeed one of the 'most favorite occupations with young men full of :an...

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