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SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

SUMMARY OF NEWS. Some native mutton birders have returned to Invorcargill from tho southern islands, having captured 100,000 birds. Mr. Christie Murray, who was suvmosed bv his London friends to have been lost in New Zealand wilds, was, xcoordtng to the latost papers, lecturing in Christchuroh on Sketches from the Life of a Journalist. Artesian water has been struck on Mangamana station, at a depth of 1603 feet, the yield being 70,000 gallons per day, and on Murweh station. Queensland, at a depth of 1150 feet, tho yield boing 10,000-gallon* per day. Tho s. Arawata, arrived from Fiji, brings newspaper reports of the execution of an Indian coolie named Dhana, for murdering his paramour. Ho confessed to tho crime, also that he had drunk some of' his victim's blood. It is reported that Mr. James H. Rose, who was proprietor of tho Kilrnorc Advertiser some 7 or 8 years ago, has succeeded to a baronetcy in Scotland through tho death of a relative, anil to a very largo fortune as well. . A ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EARLY MORNING AT THE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

EAHLY MORNING AT THE MA'^^BT, - ' ,

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

QUEENSLAND. His Excellency the Governor, Sir.H. Norman, has been suffering from a sevoro attack of in fluenza. The Government savings' bank rotnrns for last year show deposits received. £950,418 ; withdrawals during the year, £1,033,985. Artesian water has been struck on Corinda station, near Arainac, at depths of about 500 feet. The bore gives a supply or 150,000 gal lons daily. Tho traffic earnings on the Southern-Western railway for the past 11 months show a decrease of £6316. The Rookhampton railway for tho samo period shows an increase of £19,314, and the Townsvillo railway for the samo perjod a ' decrease of £9850. Tho total rovenue for the month of May is ? £228,178, compared to £239.652 in May last year. Taxation yielded £115,386 against £131,988 ; territorial revenue, £23,370 against £15,877; railways, £65,437 against £66,055; other services, £23,985 against £25,731. Further friction botweon the Commandant and the Charters Towers mounted infantry re sulted in the suspension...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

Intercolonial news. ;. . .S~O NEW SOUTH WALES?' - Mr. George Hunter, tho Government agont in charge of tho, Rigo district in New Guinea, has diod of fever and inflammation of tho lungs. * On 6th June, whilst fishing in Woolloomooloo Bay, a man named Reed caught and drew out on bin hook the log of a full grown man. The leg is oompleto up to where it joined the body, but is greatly decomposed, and it is supposod it gavo way from the rest of the body when dragging. ' It is rumored that a company is about to be formed at Newcastle to supply vessels to take away coal for foreign ports on account of so many orders for coal not being able to be carried out by reason of want of tonnage. It is also stated associated coal owners intend to reduce the.'selHng price of coal 2s. per ton. . ;,j;l)r. John M'Leod, ox-Presbyterian minister, and who somo time practised as a surgeon in Sidney, has been sentenced to throe years' penal 'servitude for bigamy. Tho second mar ridge was mado in America, and ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATIONS. ON THE UPPER YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

OUB ILLUSTKATION8. ON THE UPPER YAERA. The upper waters of the Yarra Yarra River flow through Home of the most picturesque spots1, in 'Victoria. No one who is only acquainted)' with the appearance of the river as it runsi. its polluted course through ? Melbourne and suburbs can have any idea' of the.' beauties which adorn its . banks ,- in its - higher reaches, as -it flows down past ?? Heales ville and the adjacent country. Although only perhaps 20 or 30 miles from the metropolis as the orow flies, the river following its sinuous course must run through hundreds of miles before its waters are polluted by the drainage of Melbourne. The scene so graphi cally pencilled by our. artist lies in the neighborhood of the Launching Place, about semi distant from Lilydale and Healoavillo, and a favorite resort for holiday makers. The moon, which is nearly at its full, is just showing above the trees, and lighting up the soene with a glow little short of daylight. la the far back ground the sk...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REMINISCENCES OF VENICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

REMINISCENCES OF VENICE. We have hero reproduced one of the master pieces of art whioh are to he found in the Venetian galleries. A bright-faced girl of the peasant class is the centre figure, round whioh the artist has thrown an unmistakable glamor. This girl, a dark faced roguish looking beauty, with sparkling eyes and dimpled cheeks, well worn olothes and naked feet, is engaged in feed ing pigeons. She has thoir food stored in her dress and her petB are clamoring to receive their accustomed meal. Some are- pecking at the hand whioh guards the coveted treasure,' while one more demonstrative than the rest is flutter ing with outstretched wings round her head, while others are striving to gain a foothold on; the lower garments of my lady who wraps them tight round her in . protended fright. ? The subject is one full of life, and one which only a true artist can depiot. The girl is . leaning against a noble marble pillar adorning one of the palatial residences of .'the old Venetian n...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WHALER "TRYING OUT" IN THE AUSTRALIAN BIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

A WHALER ' TRYING OUT' IN THE AUSTRALIAN BIGHT. Half a century or so ngo whaling in the South Seaa was a very profitable industry, bat 10 years later it died out altogether through the disap pearance of these leviathans of the deep. In ' the early dayS of Australian settlement every ship sailing into Australian waters came across large schools of whales, but nowadays the sight of one of these marine animals is an event. Our illustration gives a vivid picture of the pro cass of 'trying out,' as it is called, that is, the cutting up of a whale and turning the blubber into oil. The scene in a most picturesque one. A barque is 'hove to,' with a large sperm whale moored alongside. It is a dark, moonless night, and but for the huge coppers which are - blazing on deck the vessel would be almost u'n distinguishable. The oil fed flames illuminate the dark waters and throw the biirque into bold relief against the black dome of the heavens, while the overhanging clouds catch the reflec tion a,...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Chapter III. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

Chapter. III. A block, slimy, depressing - December after noon. I am all alone, with nothing to do and nobody to ? speak to. Dorothea Underwood went out soon after lunch, saying she is to spend the afternoon and dine with some cousins at Norwood, and won't be home till late to night. 'She is* to sail for Calcutta at noon to morrow. 'Jack wont off, to hunt, by a train at cock crow, and heaven knows at what hour I may expect him back. Dear old Jack ! ? I wish he were at home to-day. I've got the blues, and I would give anything, to have him here — yes, even in my favorite rocking- chair. When Jack is away I always endow him with a hundred virtues and charms which he cannot truthfully bo said to possess. I jump up, poke the fire into a blaze, and, turning once more to the window, flatten my nose against the glass. Why, why aren't we down on the Riviera in the blessed sunshine? The grimy trees stretch their, gaunt arms to the leaden sky ; drip, drip goeB the rain as I stare up and down ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

0. J. & T. HAM, AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE, LAND AND ESTAIE AGENTS 45 SWANSTOJV-S'I ltB«T. MELBOUHNE. LOANS NEGOTIATED ? BENT8 COLLECTED. ?:*8TATKB MaWAGED. VI UK AND LIFE INSURANCES EFFKOl WJ KSj AhLlrHEB 1. j QRATKFTO- COMFORTING COCOA A Laxative & Refreshing Fruit Luzeuge, , most agreeable to take. TAMflR INDIEN GRILLON FOR CON STIPATION Hamorrhoids, Bile, Headache, Loss of Appetite, Gastric and Intestinal Troubles. E. GRILLON 89, Quoen Str., Choapgide, LONDON ___ SOLD DY/.LL CilKVIST--. Seven Prize Medals Awarded. Neither scratch nor spurt, the points being ronnded S«w ' °rI\ZT\ u A'«'«on & also drawn to their new Griuluntrii Series of PenB,' one pattern boinij ES~ i f°'r 'fis™* °{ flexibility. As*k your store Worta rBaa^g' of ^-series. A»mdu Odu Meml imummx tumnm, isss ENQLI8H MANUFACTURED TOBACCOS RICHMOND CAVENDISH CO.. LIVERPOOL. SPECIAL BRANDS :- ' Pioneer 'Golden Flake Cut ?'Richmond Smoking Mixture.' Superfine Bird's Eye. ' Golden Brown ' Fine Cut ' Bright...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

ELG I N ' ?; Bj^ . . ? . AND $ IW'a.IjTk: a. :mc a 'WATCHES. ' '? Wnmi?rf°iWJ.n a.P°8itl0I» to offer to tho Public these '.,, Wonderful Timekeepers at prices hitherto unknown We can safely say to anyone wanting a | GOO O TIMBKEE PER ?Jj Ac the v|j ' LEAST OUTLAY. '[BUY AN ELGIN OR WALTHAM :$l AT £3 10s. ;£, A good assortment in gold and silver cases. ;]j JiOTHERHAMS Ciondon Levers. Vt^08?*walfhes n^£.d no comment, having stncid b£ f hS*h °* £los« on,50 years, and are pronounced T ^be the best English lever ever produced. fri I FItOM £fa. ^ I MANUFACTURED on the PREMISES. ^SPECTACLES to suit al] SIGHTS. ^i *',WE HAVE the BEST ASSORTMENT ;bf Gold and Silver Waltham Watches in Victoria, andean supply buyers with ' , ALL 'GRADES of the COMPANY'S WATCH1- VvlaaS.e otfer to tlle P«Wic at prices 10 per cei t LESS than any ADVEB1ISED PRICE LIST. ; All Watches sold by us warranted for two years JNotathe Address: M'Farlane and Sod, . I _, WALTHAM WATCH WAREHOUSE, \\ , 249,251 (late 165) }\ ELI...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

Chafthk II. The whole effect was capital. . She stood in front of the grand piano, a small, virginal figure in a white gown, with the fronds of a giant palm behind her head. . . The well trained voice rose and fell in the hushed drawingroom — Du bist wie eine Blume So hold, und scnon, und rein, Ich Boh' dich an, und wehmuth Scuaust inir ins' Herz hinein : ' It was perfect, it was quite complete ; the ?whito dress, with its virginal folds over the breast ; the uplifted chin, the far away ' blue eyes, the hanging arms, ? the clasped hands. I am the last woman in the world to grudgo another woman her 'effeot,'and I answered Billy's nudges with effusion. ' Dorothea sings like an artist. I'm awfully glad Rosti made her sing.' ' By Jove I' whispered Billy, devouring her with his eyes, 'she's awfully fetching.' A week had gone by since Dorothea Under wood came to stay with me. She was certainly a somewhat incomprehensible little person.- I had already a shrewd .suspicion that she was by do...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE UPPER YARRA, NEAR THE LAUNCHING PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

ViON THB UPJKR VARRA, N13AR TH^ LAUNCHING PI-AOil,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

THOMAS WEBB & SONS Ltd., The LEADING BUSS KAHWACTIJBEBS, - ' Represent also the Potteries in both USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL GOODS ! AT EODEEATE PRICES. Agents for ELKINGTON & CO. Ltd.. Silversmiths to ; the Queen. i*i .1 ? : ? &i$af' GOLLI^S-STBEBT, r i.''.u ? OPPOSITE 'THE AGE' OFFICE. |- :|'\ \ ' ? . ? oqIsstjliT dr. l. l. smith. I '„ MORNINGS AND EVENINGS. ! CONSULTATION FBK BY L E T T E B, *L MEDICINES forwarded all over the globe, appropriately packed to avoid observation. BXTRA 'AZTXNO BOOMS AND NEW CONSUMING BOOMS BUILT 18-3 COLLINS-STREET EAST. MELBOURyB iln consequence of Imitations of THE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE which are calculated to deceive the Public, Lea and Pen im have to request that Purchasers see that the -Laid on every bottU bears their Signature thus— -. -?-„,! without which no bottle of the original WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE is genuine. Ask for LEA and PERRINS* Sauce, and see Name on Wrapt tr, Label, BotO, o td Stopper. Wholesale and for Export by t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD Soall say who use AIXCOCK'S PI-\BTKRS for Pains. AchoB, Strains, Bronchitis, Colds, Couglm, Asthma, Lumbago, Sciatica. They stand without a rival. Thoy aro applied oxtornally and aro Wunn inp, Soothing and Comforting, invariably giving relief and euro in two or throe days. Sold by all Chemists in various sizes, from Is. l_tl. to 22s. 6(1. Ask for ALLCOCK'S. Don't be persuaded to try Imitations.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

Renovates .^^^^?^^^^?^s^^C86r Furniture, ^*m^ -^- ^^W Wicker, Glassware, Metal Work, and numberless articles, and gives endless satisfaction. There is scarcely anything but may be made attractive by this wonderful invention. REJECT POISONOUS IMITATIONS. Her Majesty the Queen J^{g%^'I^tfJlinffitiS-2SS2i n* fltvKDEN an» Noiiwat biivb : 'Yotir Enamel la very 'drflcront coloura for -wooden fiimlturo, tin cuna glass anil EtttLsfactory. rlcoso Bend enclosed ordor direct to Stock. china ornaments with equal bucccss. Tho Bath Inaracl wuiia jr. holm.' is also porfeolly satisfactory.' ASPlNAIiIi'S ENAMEL is supplied in tins, half-gallons, and pallons, of all storekeepers. Sop AHiinall's name and medals starnr-ea on every tin. Works: LONDON, 8E, ENGLAND. CONTRACTORS TO «-' M n'VFRNMENT, HBAD1DEPOT FOB AUSTRALIA : MELBOUBNB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1890

MUSICAL DIRE0T0EY. MADAME FANNY SIMONSEN, Cambo, Carlisle-street, St. Kilda. ALLAN'S, Monday and Thursday. ? HEKB G. S. do CHANEET, Member of the Society of Musicians of Australasia, PBOFKSSOR of MUSIC, PIANO, OBOAN and SINGING. ' Cairngorm,' 62 Cliotwynd-atreet, WEST MHLBOUItNE. ? MR. HAMILTON CLARKE. --? Mus. Bac. Oxon., CONDUCTOR of the VICTORIAN ORCHKSTHA, Bella Vista, ISast Melbourne. MISS FREDERICA MITCHELL. CONTRALTO, Receives Pupils in Singing At 'Taranaki,' Dalgoty-street, St. Kilda, aud Messrs. Allan and Co. 'a, Collins-street. MDME. CHARBONNET KELLEBHANN And PROFESSOR F.KELLERMANN, Conservatoire of Music - 146 Victoria-street north, Sydney, N.S.W. SINGING. MADAME EMILIA D'ESTE (Soprano), Milan and London, PROFESSOR of SINGING, 130 Gipps-stroefc, Enst Melbourne, or Nicholson's. Suburbs visited. Madame D'fiste accepts engage ments for musical evenings or 'at homes.' JOSEPH GILLOTT. From the ROYAL CONSERVATORIUM OP MUSIC. LEIPZIG, 60 Collins-place, Stephon-atroet. A. H. GEE,...

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