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ENTERTAINMENTS. THE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

ENTERTAINMENTS. '15IE ROYAL. The prodncttgntftbe * Ootoropn" drew * great boos* at the'IhaetreBojalon Saturday night. The out forth* jrteoeweeagood otu, and it wu played with great spirit from be ginning to end." tfc Jeffeteoh, ofoouree, rv appeared a* 8elam&ddder, *r/ Fitoierild a* J aooh MXlkaky, and lb. Stewart a*TJ Hole Pet*. But otherwise thedfctriJtrattooiof <shar»oter» differed ooneiderahly from the out which In snred forth* "Octoroon" So great a IPOaent* of snoot** wtow iwodS^ # Mi Prinoesi'* daring, kr.;" Jeff«p(Sip enflgsstpitf there. Mn. Eobt Hetraeeiimad the put of Zoe on Saturday erondp&wfclletbp character of Doia Stuuureldarbll to tiwlot ofKle* Oarry George. ttr, Sotyril&trapinar'ed al the 3hut' Wakrwajtiori. ehvaoter. aomawbit rtfrom bUxMw* ' legitimate line 'of. bnrinam sad Mr. Garwood undertook the part oT tb# old w, Stewart O'Bri^^W0it>Uta 'fat# And' Mr. W.AharewstheOolraiPM peeaelon. The part of Pati(tha yaUaw bt hnu enhnsW'lb...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROYAL PARK AND THE ACCLINATISATION SOCIETY'S GARDENS. NO. II, ([?] from The Austrasianian, Oct.22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

■THE B0Y4L iPABK 0P THE< ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY'S GAEDBNB. . ^ ■ mi.1. :! »a> .. . >j ' f&wHiihij'Mk 'fi$ Jm&tiUiUp, Oct. t%) j 4^*uiMba fy&i--1 idfi^otire.pTOj>«i*5Ue»t q£ mIpmIIl ^ifQjL fet ^~"3 general body of landowners farmois, and gardeners to afford to our native birds, and provide hedMg-. shrubberies,or thicket*,for themaudtbj imported brethren to establish (hair lity), aeUlement* in. The native magpie U an i». valuable bird for deal roping caterpillars |*j grabs, no are the crow*; the lark ti tho blrde we must look to; the native lark la a valuable and seslduoue Inseot-destroyw. No donht the native quail and principally npon caterpillar*, and the Utn of grube, wlreworme, fcc.; and to onr duum tie It etld, that tbeee biida era beoMatq utterly exterminated by the wonld-beapMto man. Is it not time tbet the oountiy *** the cnormUy of permitting the deatruciifoa of these birds, or are onr oropa to dwindle away and tho population atarv...

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

THE HAYMABKET. There *u a very attractive programme at the Hsymarket Theatre on Saturday even ing, embracing ai it did Coleman's favourite comedy of the "Heir at Law," William BrougV* extravaganza of " Perseus and An dromeda," and the grotesque farce of the "Virginny Mummy," which waVproduced for the purpose of affording Mr. II. Lvslle, who is playing a farewell engagement at this theatre, the opportunity or appeariug as dinger Bine. The cast far the comedy embraced the strength of the company, and It was capitally played, Mr. Hoskins Is well salted in the part of Or. Pangloss, and his reading of it brings out the salient points of the character completely. Lady Don appeared for the first time in Melbourne as Cicely Homespun, and to considerable advantage. So clever and ver satile an actrees could hardly fall to make something of the part, and it was played by Lady Don pleasantly and snooesafully from the beginning. Mr. Edwards was very much at home at Dick Dowlas; and Mr. Cunulngba...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GELLIBRAND, ITS SCENERY AND ITS RESOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

TflEGI . titer Ge vfitoctfwifMpott' tow»*f W« paddles, in consequence of tho prolific growth of elmili and timber on its banks, the limbs of many of the ponctiwood trees extending their branohes sorosi the riser's bed, even beyond the opposite bank. It continues a sooth-easterly direction for a distance of ten or twelro miles, a little off from tlio lino of sea coast, end el-ill possasses a veiy tortuous course. At about this distar.oe its courao is more from the east ward, and it is much wider from bank to hank. Tho scenery is grand. At every t urning of the river fresh end enchanting piatures meet the view. On tho dry that my sen and I were pulling up the stream it was very fine, the sun shining in ell its glorious splendour, not a cloud to be esen t it wae one of those beautiful days of spring when all nature eocmi to be aroused from lethargy, each creature vicing with each other in their respective capacities in rendering thanks to the God of their crea tion. The feathered denir...

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

THE POLYTECHNIC. Mr. and Mrs. Cue 0Dle Grace Kgertop) | produced at the Polytechnic-hall on 8atur» day evening a drawlngroom entertainment, | the cleganoe and vivacity of which render It j really worthy of the same. Aplcassnt aad ' lively dutch. written by Edmund Yatea, la bit usual light and trappy etyle, fa the | medium of Introducing a gallery of portraits, j all of tbcm agreeable, and acme of them down - right clever. It waa In this entertainment, which Is known aa " Lariat intelligence," that Mlas Egertou achieved her KugUsh innnwiees. and oettalnly we ware not acquainted with the full measure of her abUUlea until she pro duced it here. Aa In previous psribrmancea, the varione personages are introduced aa In truders upon Mr. Case's solitude, and long and varied it the list of visitor* who do Sow in. An old acquaintance. Lord Dundreary— a professed Imitation of Mr. Sothern—who is one; was a great success. The make-up wu surprising, aad though the caricature was given with no lit...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GIALONG. (EXTRACT FROM THE DIARY OF A NEW ONUM.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THK GIALONG. (extract puom THE MART Of a *kw ouum.) Before concluding my unrratire of my Aus tralian wanderings, it may lw> well to redeem niy premise of narrating the incidents of a hunt of the gialong ghecko-coo-ra-bin, and to preface that narration by a description of th« animal itaolf. Boshy Bill, the hunter natu relist, classes the "gialong"—as for brevity it may be termed—as belonging to the pachy derroates, and bearing oonsiderahlo affinity to the quclquecbose. However this may bo, X confess to a distaste for the cooentoo divisions drawn by carpet professors, and shall confine inches—the adult male—with a length of seven feet from tho lip of the nose to the ball of the hind foot, there is not lung |>artioiilarly formid able in the outside dimensions; but when the massive contour of tho limbs, and the almost impenetrable conformation of the cuticle are considered, it is iui|K»sibio to with stand a conviction that the strength or the brute is enormous, from the extremity ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRE ROYAL, BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THEATRE ROYAL, BALLARAT. Tbe Theotof Boynl, Bnllnmt, wii open for j the lent tinfe for dmmntlc purpotepon Botur dng evening, the entertainment being for the brorfit of Mr. T. King, who wen for (evertl j genre lender of the orcheetm. The eontmot ^or tbe porobeee of the building hg the looel Tenpernnoe iMgor wee completed on 8etnr* j dw. _

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SEWAGE EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

A SEWAGE EXPERIMENT. (FEOM THE EOONOWST.) A practical effort to render sewage available | for agricultural purposes is being made at Aldereiiot. The soil there is barren in the extreme. It consists of a coarse, infertile sand, porous, non-adhesive, and without an; capacity for retaining moisture. Close under the top soil of sand, ratting at from four to twelve inches in depth,- js a "ferruginous pan aa impervious as concrete." Consequently, when the weather is wet, the water collects in pools on the surface, but wlten the pan is broken through the land is said to require do drainage. The camp furnishes abundant sewage, which has hitherto been dealt with by a manure company, a small portion being mixed with lime and dried, while the re mainder flows awey in a filthy stream. The War Office has now granted a lease of 170 acres of such waste land, lying on a gentle slope on ; the eastern edge of the camp at Alderehot, to Mr. Blackburn, who has farmed in Scotland, j and has bad much expe...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MILITARY-CONCERT AT THE BOTANIC-GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THE MILITARY CONCERT AT THE BOTANIC-GARDENS. Those most totU« ** "fTEItal and manners, know tow»pni®<>d = forrmtdooramuwmenfalothh com»« S5rr^ts^«r' trontgo tf Mw»y^ ^ Americans £7 a*U*t result U the numerous assemblsge « weH-drtstod P^1'°f ^mmttTbf immedl.te j>v w was oae of intm. * do iuiu#^ cunni military fends of tbe Headquarter. Band. tie Bofnk-««d^ «»» «"» Tnd.rX u-uini attraction In • strong underlying -t'T.rrs £JK£M; should have unusual power i"*1 ®° • persistent wet weather foretold by Utotouwr. Increased the .evert*-*tto wtotto which wo hope ie nenrl, ore,. «d hM for long past keptourladyfalkludoort far too ™«Tlb.t the ennoun^ment of thle erring Va.hioM, created no llttle * Z pM Theooaoartw.am.t fi«dtoH«t Saturday week, bnt the rato ,nte^' *T it was postponed till Saturday the 22nd Inst, whr. toXetdr. the weather was .Utttt could be wished. Consequently. th° we crowded with no ^ in Victoria. There must have teen tovwal thousand persons present, and^ thecom...

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

THE YEOMAN'S PAGE. THE DAIRY. Much as has been written and said on this oft recurring theme, it is one on which there is always something more to say, if not of absolute novelty, yet of interest either to the producers or con sumers of the almost indispensable necessaries of life, as well us the most widely cujoycd luxuries, derived froui ir. Tlu the cow. Tlie individual members of the former class are naturally anxious just now, when prices are falling so low, for a hint as to how tboir profits may be in creased, and the public for the dissemina tion of any information tending to keep up the plentiful supply to which they are becoming accustomed. It used to be thought enough if tolerably good fresh butter was to he had by the majority of consumers for six months tof the twelve, at;an . average of two shillings a pound, but for the last two or three years the supply bas been almost continuous, and atlittle over half the former price. The greater coolness of the late summers, and con...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERATURE. Recollections and Wanderings of Paul Bedford. London: Routledge, Warne, and Routledge. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

LITERATURE, Berollediont and Wanderings of Paul Bedford. London: Boutfedge, W&rno, nnd Bout ledge. What native of the \hroc kingdoms has not visited, before proceeding to these Australian chores, the great capital of an empire on which the aun noser acts? Ami what pilgrim to London has turned his face from the Strand without acquaintance with the Adelphi Theatre anu Mr. Paul Bedford P As popular in the new temple of farce as ho was in the old, tins eccentric comedian has held his place in public favour for a full soore of ye«re j and if the change of public taste has made his " Jolly Nose" less a favourite than it was when 11 Jack Shoppard" was first pro duced, at least his outrageously-humorous con tributions to the success of " The Green Biubes" remain as attractive as ever. In these j twenty years what a sueoeasion of "screaming forces" has the Adelpbi produced, and how i few of them remain possessed of a permanent i - place in the literature of the stage I Wright and Bed...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Shipping. :M' ESSR6. MONEY WIORAM tad SONS' (Of Bladcwall Yard, London) t.tot OF BTKAH AND BAILING SHIPS. {ommWog th. Kent, Emm (a**), Yortnblre, Soaax, Suffolk, Trwe Briton (now), Norfolk, nnd ottar weB knim dipper ehlpa . for LONDON, Direct. To sell poeitiTely on Tuesday, November g, The (eronrite clipper chip LINCOLNSHIRE, 1)00 tooe, A 1 at Lloyd'r, H. H. BKINNXR, Commander. a Tke LUoolnehlre ia, in all raroecta, tlnMai pee eenter ehip, lie ring been bout tot thle trade; end-will bcdeepetchod with punctuality. Ia "" iparaengen am rolled to impact beraoooa Faaeago roomy, flS and upward. For piano of eablno, dietary antlia, and all partial ion, apply to W. F. WHITE and Oo., 10 Eliaabeth-aUwt aookh. limn. Money Wigrota and Sena' new ataameMp London till be dnpaLebed in January. LINE of PACKETS. For LONDON Dim*, To tail with strict punctuality, ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER JM. The fhvoorite clipper ship DOVBR C A 8 T L E, 1SOO too, A1 at Lloyd's, JOHN IL AYLES, CoeuBiuMkr. (Bekmgidff to Mmb...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ART AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

ART AND SCIENCE. Ia a letter to the Astronomer-Boyal, Mr. Pogson announce* the discovery—this time an undoubted one—of an asteroid. This, the eightieth of the group, lie has named Sappho. Common gas has been introduced in plaoe of eteam to work engines or email power in a ' Birmingham manufactory. The piston is worked by gaa being exploded by electricity in the cylinders. The physicians in Paris have discovered a certain specific for hooping cough. It is to j inhale for a few minutes the vapours which rise from the lime used to purify gas. Mr. Millars lias resigned the commission for J designing the stained glass in five of the win dows of Worcester College Chapel, Oxford. He lias produced the design for one of the entire eeriee of six windows; and the work, as executed by Messrs. Lavere and Baraud, is now in the South Kensington Museum, West Gallety. Mr. H. Holiday, an artist who lias had great experience and been eaiinently suc cessful in this branch of design as well as in other*...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. THE HAUNTED CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

POETRY. : HAUNTED CHAMBER. I*Jtfcy)i|*rtthereUaehainbsr— JfctwtMt Ood and tboa hare saea it— DfttflMd by the wunbru ihadowi ftbm flu nid« of thought that »sre<?a it On lb w*Ub art tnany pictures Painted by the hand of Time, Sketohee «f those mystic ragiou* In the Infinite suwinra. Gllmjaee of time funny planes . Seared tony childhood mirth; Of thefcotttaataed, oMand mcrnj, dose Vralflo U» meadow green. Where the brook*, like thread* of direr, Wound their grsoeful curve between. And It la a haunted chamber. There Die ghost* at midnight stray, Silent as the ston that wander Down tho wblte-par'd Milky Way. Ton behold the light fbrmi trembling - In their pare robot liko a bride, And they look to much like living Tot forget that the; hare died— Ton forget the marble feature* Of the friend you laid at rest— Tot forget the pale hands folded On a pulseless, soulless breast But you ace him slowly walking 'Mid the stow life's sunset wrfmw, When his lips drupp'd farewell blessings, ...

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

Wednesday, Oct. 2d. Steauxg pigm thc Pcbuc Lujbaby.—John AbcufcOu i>!ra<ld "Gcalt>"u> ihecaa.ge of tte&ltng ft fcHfc from tbe Public Library. lu sptctof Bit re gutted tbtt tbe pii-uutr vu ftin^led latter* ning, while iu the aot of sell it g the Large Lumber* of tbe btoks were beit g continually Y in this way from tbe library, 'lhe prisootT wad sent to gaol for six mouths, with bard labour. False Pbxtesces.—WiliUm Mjffatt, aliu Miller. alia* Ki«ne, aliu SuaU-v, a youne p.an of ratprcrable appearance, wa* charged with obtaining money under false pretwioe*. P?cbard Morgan, lauaturd of tbe Sjuth lorra Clot Hotel, ftated that the piisaatrcame to bis hotri about the end of Jane, and lodged there lor a fortnight Oq July 13 he save n ttnefs a cheque lor £5, td^u&l Wol Moflfatt, raying he wanted the £5 top<y thepA*»age of snmi- ope down to town, to accompany him to New Zealand. WitneygaveLiui themOitey.anA look the cheque io the lank next day, w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURSDAY, OCTOBER 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Tdxsdat, October 25. Charge op Forgery.—John Little and ElitabahA. Little, budwnd an I wile, were chaigtd, ou remand, the roan with forgery, and tbe woman as an acrw-'ary. The ataiuat tie prison* rs, as supported in evi* dvtioe taken a weik ago, that they ob* obtained a mun» y adviiuue from Mr Natloni. mot.ey-bndi'T, ujViq the d-!*ods of a de*! of oonvevatce representing that Little* mm) w«e Ricbardron, the uauit) upon the de.d. Little gave acceirowva for tbe ouuey, B'gmd in the n«.tue of \?m. IL ItioWJsju. The prep rty was afterwards nW by a skcittTs order, when it was claim-J by th female prisoner aa *w»r pr*ptrty, if t > Irr by I »r Ute hiKbaiid, Richard^'. EwMvuce w«> now takth toptove the death of the fomili Vrisocer'F fo'iner hut-bind, lli-hards m, who ditd Ainil iiSrd, lSCi, au i ais> to prov'o the date of the mariLgo of t: e two prisoner1, which was fIwwu to be Ju-io lot's IS&b The priponerF «r<p> th"t» committed for trial. —John Williams, alia...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

IMP0UN0IM6S. n*M***r.-Imnot»iaod ot PrilMrt ltthOrtotar, IWt.tyPeUoe Trw«^:—WWJehiinfc rtrltob tell, no vfclble bt»4 ond shite rorr, J Jeff nunb, to >' and ml|imimb paid, lo ta toU oo 1W> liormaber, 1W> H. TT. wiimv, ftnindlooper. Hei.toib.—linpoootlod at Boltotr, ltth 0**er, Ittd, fn.iu tin IWrtilr Toon Common. IrajMo It. udi :-lUMk hMH,*t*r. boll.nr nnd naUnooi task, Uiiwoliitoftet, kmRWl, Hddjoond tajor mmtad. like* orer N eoejolnod orer TQ otar JB mrohml dor Ou 13 th October, from M»« Block nmre, ston lose awl tch hb. firth tnarted. like U* or M omr Jfi raailiw: AUf i ■tor, rough «*t, Uke JH near wtller, breerny. On ldO> October, from matBrown toon, ianall .tar sntl raip, liulr white new.htad ft**, atAdla marked, trritslj mil, Til wsr n«i,« otwr. n«r ebonite, like b In circle off aboaldw. On aama date, br Vn. lleon,Btq. Itaapaat Jt. «Mh:i^Bta«kdi»nAt li.mo, hollow tack, blam white rtnteUB, broken hobbirn, off bind coronet white, collar mark ad, diemd tweed over Til M...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONDAY, OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Momur, OcroMft Si Bcboust.—Oblhc Hee and Ah Paw were charged with breaking iota tin efcwe oT Weaver anil Ga, Warenoowmen, Elizabeth •tMet. William Qiioclm manager for Weaver and Co, dated he left the »tocp at a quafl pact one on Saturday dteinoon, loojoog door behind him. no oneretn aided at ' atom, which waa *f brisk. TS» atom waa all right then. Want to U agaia on Sandaj altect-oon from information whleh bad been riven him, arwi tben found that a bole had bwn mad* in the btfok wall at the back lame enough te admit a man. Has* thing* In. the atom had been diftnrbed, and tied up in 'bnndle*. The mc*r*cbanm pipeprodoced belonged to wit mm. ' Alexander Mteton, in the ontploy of the same tfrui. elated that he wentw the lUire at twelve nVlopk on fiatqrdajr night, - i*lng cent for. Found mam nJleeot covda > ritxuirbed. dome doth had been made up iolo feMwb puwrjiaiet)!*; the doth had bur' MOrrrtOJi, A W, ' alf paW nluB j ...... why off Filn Cere-ianteaat. Xbgefo a from tbi* llghtc£-*W...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

"\TOTICE.—Hie following partieii Xl AGENTS lbr THE AUSTRALASIAN. TOWNS and SUBURBS. EoW Uknt .. Mr. Jtlam Bald, ft BiaM- j atmi WcatdA.. .. Mm*. (Ma and 4 ruiiii* *i iwi ml North —t do. .. Mw*. CBartwood aad P«i 7 Bout* otnot <■*>( North-rat do. .. Mr. V. MHM1I. UT PliaM A'adilMlnni .. Mr. Kaop. U (uadrV1 Mr. & ItMliaiiMid. ho. i. &mWj,» CM Mr. ChM. Motet,lMlka* wicfc*tn*t. Mm Ounpboil, (KM* Mr. J. IHmwWi, *7 W* John MiaiO*, • IdIllM n*l l.nrt*IR(ta<M ▼.Ward*. RalukHlKiillm R«*<IW. Tmrj j.aa.wS. j, r. suum RioUrdWoanr. j.MMia, R.D«ntL .. Bdmd8.X»jto. .. A. Hid*. ODDMTBT. .. J Ola Bonll, Hindlr*"* .. TbOOM B*ITO** :: m A.^SS«tnH w**i - A-Huh :: KdwudBlrw Mm " « :: tS iMntTnn .. JTWi /•ataoah M.'•L—■ Wjg •• ■ _ laii '"*1,1

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE CITY POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER.21. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

MELBOURNE CITY POLICE COURT. Fjubat, Octom* SI Conraam to Drraitro.—Edward Adoipb , Adamiwaa brought op, Mmtiui«ni|gl i •Uk baring, coojetntir with Peter M.Adam-; ■on, eonapired to,de(mnd one Koche pt the ■ •am of £26. Adaauon >u oonrloted the ' other day at the BapreaM Court Oriminal , Sittings and wii sent need to • yur'f im prisonment. The preeent ptieoner bad been trued to Brletane, ameted, and wot baok onthtfcharge. He vh now remanded till i Wednesday. that the eridenoe agaiott Urn might he prepared. :

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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