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SUMMARY OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1891

i^i^gigsl Parliament was opened on tho 23rd Juno with the usual formalities. Tho ceremony attracted large crowds both inside and outside tho build ing, and tho general display, owing to a variety of oiroumstanoe.i, was more than ordinarily in teresting. Tho Council chamber was thronged, principally witii ladies, who on those occasions seem desirous of doing honor to the lady who socially reprosents vioe-royalty. Hi* Kxcol lenoy's speech was without dispute the very mildest on rooord, and its substance was pretty' well anticipated by the newspapers. Gratifica tion was expressed in the baldcBt terms that the Federal Convention had concluded its labors and had framed a oonstitu tion for the Commonwealth of Australia. . This would bo submitted to Parliament in duo course, and steps taken to elloit the opinion on the question of the oonstituenoios throughout the oolony, the form in whioh their dooision should be obtained being left pretty much to tho Legislature. Heferenoo was briefly ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1891

tU. TUB 'MERCANTILE FINANCE, TRUSTEES 4 I' AGENCY COfc,OJ? AUSTRALIA LIMITED. ^AUCTIONEERS, . HOUSE LAWD AND ESTATE AGENTS ' 45 SWANSTO^-STKEKT, MELBOURNE. V '..? ? . ' '£?:; LOANS NEGOTIATED ' ?F RENTS COLLECTED. :,i £??+:* ' ESTATES MANAGED; '; ' t ? ?? . ??'{ ; ? ?;?* ? FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCES EF^EOTEb. ESTABLISHED Ido3 '; !.'?:.'; MJJLiiEN'S LIBRARitl 262 and 264 COLLINS-STREET, ?'; if! „. .. ., MELBOURNE. ^K? V ^ ?*Tliisi LIBRARY was 'ilesiRnefl to promote' tho W ,.' , ??' ? CIRCULATION ' Sa?*'* ? Of the BEST LITERATURE rr' Of the Day, ?? ' And is conductor on tho system which now prevails 1 ti at Mudio's and other eminent libraries in Great »_- Britain. ' ? ' Selections of tho Newest IJooks are made Iinmu *' diately on their appearance, and are cleapatcheelj-tn „ Melbourne pof first steamship*. ' ?--''??? _* 'i he current Magazines and Reviews, BRITISH, AMERICAN and FOREIGN, J'\ In constant circulation. Iifamea of new subscribers en terod daily, y , Town mibi'cription from on...

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SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1891

SUMMART§§qP NEWS. Tho construction of the fortifications at Albany has been started, i-i ... - ??;; A large .whale entered'TEort -Phillip' Heads recontly, arid proceeded up'{ the South Ohannol as far as Portaeo. After remaining in the Bay for some hours the monster returned to deep water outside the 'Heads. ; - The German firms are making strenuous efforts to secure the introduction of German currenoy into Samoa and it u most probable that they will sucaeed, though the Chief Justico and a number of councillors are against it. The Beeohworth and Yackandandah railway line is almost completed, and it will be opened early in August. The Yackandandah and Tal- langatta line will probably be opened in the same week, and his Excellency tho Governor is to be invited.   The formal opening of tho Sale School of Arts was held on 12th ult. There was an excellent display of students' work in the institution. . A publio mooting was held in tho evening, at which prizes wero awarded the...

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MADAME SARAH BERNHARDT AS CLEOPATRA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1891

MADAME SARAH BERNHARDT AS CLEOPATRA. MADAME SARAH BERNHARDT AS CLEOPATRA. MADAME SARAH BEBNHABDT AS CLEOPATRA. i ;A: tremendous audience witnessed tho first appearance of Madame Sarah Bernhardt as Cleopatra, in SardouV majestio drama of that : title,- whioh was produced with immense eolat at the Prinp'm'a Theatre on the 8th June. . Every one. i|i supposed to be familiar with the' history and character of the great Egyptian Queen, who drew the 'Triumvir Antony within her oircean toils,- and through ? her treachery and desertion at the supremo moment of his career lost him ; the mastery of the world and his life. 'When the curtain rises, Antony is found seated in state -and- dealing- with 'the: rebels of Tarsus, whose prayers ; for : mercy are unheeded and their principal men cast for execution. Suddenly-, muaio, soft, and sweet,, .is heard, and. soon the galley, on the .poops, of which, the queen reclines, arrayed in .the splendor of loveliness and surrounded by young and beautiful a...

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COURSING AT WERRIBEE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1891

Coursing at Werribee Park From a photograph by Paul and Gerard Turner, Melbourne. ^TOH^PHOToaBAPH-Br; PAut: and iQiMuB^^^t^^UmvimwEtti %y0!?\

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 July 1891

BIRTHS. Billing.—On the 13th June, at Farrholme, Surrey   Hills, the wife of W. Urban Billing of a daughter. McIVER.—On the 4th June, at Glen Iver, Park-street   West Brunswick, the wife of Evander McIver of a daughter.

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REV. C. H. SPURGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

REV. C. H. SPURGEON. The Rev. Ohas. H. Spurgeon, as a preacher and divine, has done the duty in the nineteenth eentury whibh Whitfleld and Rowland Hill performed with ; consummate ability in the eighteenth. Gifted with exceptional powers of eloquenoe, superadded, in his oase, as in theirs, to a keen sense ,' of, humor, all three illus trated and brought home to their hearers tho moat solemn truths by observations whioh partook more of the ludiorous than the pathetio, more °* tho grotesque than the serious. Yet their , intentions were pure and sinoero,and they were no leas indefatigable as pulpit (orators , than bonevolent outside, their ohurohes. Thoy wore all eminently successful in attrnotihg the public, and many a one ,who has visited thoir tabernaoles to laugh has remained to pray. For the last 30 years Mr. Spurgeon had divided the xnffrtiges of] London church goers with Canon Liddon, the silvery voice and entrancing eloquence of the latter — whose bowed and emaciated frame no o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

G. J. & T. HAM, rHB MERCANTILE FINANCE. TRUSTEES A AGENCY CO. OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE UNO AND ESTATE AGENTS 45 SWANSTON-STREfiT, MELBOURNE, LOANS NEGOTIATED BENTS COLLECTED. ESTATES MANAGED. FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCES EFFECTED tCHlv.KLISHED Itfo3 L^ATKWSON'^yO If WHITE ROSEff V The most refined of all Perfumes. Vw* n Sweet as the Hose itself. Imitated the l)*fP ? ~fak world over, but equalled by none. HB* f|EAU DE COLOGNE Su Jl is now universally preferred to tho JM ' nf German kinds. It is more fragrant, M 9 more lasting1, and very much more re- iMs .m| freshing. Use none but Atkinbok's. BPr 7m J. Be B. ATKINSON, 13 . g- H 24, Old Bond Street, London. «1 -y Dr Laville's Liquor G& Pills (Ptrhctly humitss) %0 \S I FOB CURB OF & RHEUMATISM . THE LIQUOR to be used in acute state -? fe THE PILLS in the Chronical state. Sold by all respectable Chemists Wholesale : G0MAR.38, rue St-Cl»ude. PARIS A Laxative & Kef resiling , Fruit Lozenge, ? mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

'FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE. :.».^..... ft CLARKE S J^^BS ? ;Sl largely, and speaks highly of its ||H|i7a^^^^^I^^biYAI9I^^^^^^K^^^^^^^1 ^H ^H^ ^H ^B I^H^A^B^fl ill metallic impregnation, does not efficacy in skin affections, &c. On II^B I I m m 1 WM B 1 B m'WuMSS^^^^^^^^^ ^^H^B ^H ^^K - WU HLBI ^B VAi^S^2iiS contain any injurious ingredient, this account we wrote asking if you IHH J ? ? 1 1 ? I C^^^^AMBi^^^^^^H^ ^^HflH ^H ^^^k ^fl ^B^V -^£J^S^^^S^UKm and is & good, safe and useful medi could supply the Mixture for dis- II^H I I vl^^^Sfl^V^^^^^^fl^k ^^^^B H^^HB ^H fl-w^ HP ^^^^S^^H^^^^^BHhBI oine.' ' . ','*'? : pensing purposes. ' I l^^^l Aj^^^^^I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^a^^l ^^1 ^^^^^^V^^h ^^^1 ^^K ^^^^~^^*^^^^^^H^^^^^^^V^ Itf ^^^^^^^H^ll . ,.i-';- ;?.':: ;^' . j Druggists, &o., Agra, India, 5th fflill H^^VA ?? ?? HV^BL^VBHP^^^^^S^^^HhHHIhIIi I ^Bkvl B ? Bf a ? BbI^VNI Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence . - ' A most wonderful case of the efficacy or your medi...

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"WRECK OF THE STEAMSHIP BANCOORA, DRAWN FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY J. R. MANN C. E. MANN, C.E.—(SEE PAGE 22.) WRECK OF THE STEAMSHIP BANOOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

WRECK OF THE STEAMSHIP pANOOORA, DiiAWN ifltOM A PHOTooiurH liv J. R Mann, O.E.— (see paqb 22.) WREOK OF THE STEAMSHIP BANOOORA. The Southern const, between Capo ? Otway and Port Phillip Heads, has-been the scene of many disastrous wrecks, almost in sight of port, and following closely upon the com plete -wreck of the American Bhip Joseph H. Scatnmell comoa the intelligence that .the British-India steamer Banooora has been driven ashore on the beach at Bream Creek, and has becomo a total wreck. The first information of this fact was brought into Geelong at 8 o'clock on 13th July by 'a farmer named John Millan, re siding in the immediate vicinity of Bream Creek. He reported that, at about 4 o'clock that morning, he was awakened by hearing the roports of what , he thought to be Bignal guns from a vessel close in shore. On getting up he distinctly saw flashes and heard the booming of a gun, repeated: at rapid intervals, and through tho thiok gloom of the early morning he desoried what ...

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VIEWS OF THE ORE AT FLOOD.—(SEE PAGE 10.) THE HORSE RACE IN "THE COUNTRY FAIR." [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

VIEWS OF1 THE GREAT FLOOD.— (skk paok 10.) F«om TifOToonAPHS uv Paul anp GfiiiAV- TpnNjsjn anp 'Whbd and Webb, 1. ORRMORNR-BTRRVF, BIOIIMOND. 2. TOOUAK-ROAD, TOORAK, 3. RlVKRSTRKKT, SOUTH YARRA. 4. PrINOKS-BRIDGK. 5. SWAN-STREET, RlOHMOKp. 1. ORRMORNR-BTRRVF, BIOIIMOND. 2. TOOUAK-ROAD, TOORAK, 3. RlVKRSTRKKT, SOUTH YARRA. 4. PrINOKS-BRIDGK. 5. SWAN-STREET, RlOHMOKp. THE HORSE .RACE, IN ',THE ..COUNTY FAIR.' ? ' ? Audiences at the Opera House Iinvo been iur prisedan'l delighted,nt the novel effects obtained, n the last aot, .vrhoro a horse race is represented with -a /fidelity to nature rarely attained on 1 the stage. . The effeot is really wonderful. The eleotrio lights inthethoatre are flashed out,, and after a tew momontB of inky blackness , the fly-, ing horsos appear nt the back of tho, stage in, a blaze of light. They seem to bo straining every nerve, and faiily flying past a varied ^nndiioape. Fences and trees disappear bohind them ,wifch startling rapidity, ,and ,when ,at las...

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THE ADDITIONS TO THE ZOO.—(SEE PAGE 22.) ADDITIONS TO THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

THE APPITIONS TO THU ZO O.--(bkr; paq» 22). ADDITIONS TO THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS. The Director of the Zoologioal gardens has had a very anxious time since tho stranding of the Banooora, whioh had on board several addi tions to tho collection at Royal Park. His chief interest centred in a rhinoceros whioh was on board, and which had been purohased in Assam. By tho expenditure of an amount of money that nearly equalled the original cost of the speci mens, they were landed safely at last, and were housed at the Zoologioal gardens. The rhinoceros is a young animal, only two years of age, and has not developed the horn on the head, that, no doubt, will be a prominent feature later on. The rhinoceros stands about 3 feet high, but will add about another foot to its stature before it is full grown. Plenty of hay and' carrots aro supplied as - food, and later on maize will bo given. The pond, in whioh tho animal will dis port itself in summer, will be kept covered in until the cold weather is...

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THE WATERLOO CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

THE WATERLOO CUP. After a compulsory postponement in' oonse quenoe of the flooded state of certain' portions of the Oval, the stewards of the Viotoria Coursing Club were on the 18th of July enabled to inaugurate the ooursing event par excellence of the year under highly satisfactory conditions. ? The agreeable weather which prevailed was all the moro appreciated after the very unhappy meteorological experiences whioh necessitated the deferment of operations in connection with the great annual contest for the premiership of the Australian leash ; and as for the attendance, although it was, perhaps, below the average of previous Watorloo anniversaries, the number of people who journeyed up to Digger's Rest by speoial train was quite as large as anticipated, considering the numerous counter attractions of pony racing at Sherwood Park, trotting at Moonee Valley and the several football matches. Tho oompany contained a fair sprinkling of ladies. There was sufficient all round enthusiasm ...

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MISS ADELA M'CULLOCH KNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

MISS ADELA M'OULLOCH KNIGHT. 'We give this month a portrait of MisB.r.Adola iM'Cullooh, Knight, i'B.M.'.i whose ' [sad odeath i deprived Ithei medical .profession, of- ono of, its imosttgifted Iai3y i students. [.'Miss Knight, who .was the daughter of tho Rev. Mr. Knight, -of ?Brunswiok, .'Victoria, was born in Adelaide, and . always gave :, evidence of exceptional '-, , abilities, i carrying off .the prize for physiology in 1883, after, aohieving distinction at- the . matriculation examination of, the University of London,' held in /Adelaide; . She proceeded to England and /entered as -a student at the LondomSchool of .Medicine for 'Women, . and - passed with (honors .tho.M.B. examination at theLondoniUnivorsity ??in November, ,1889, and was ; immediately, after awards ; appointed medical ,offloerv\to ,;,tho y now Hospital , for ; Women in the Euston:road. lit was .only i in'i June .last,- says -the- Queen,: that sthe: * scholarship ? .founded : to perpetuate ;. the ? memory . of -...

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A PEARL ISLAND: PENRHYN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

i^PEAttli 'ISLAND*: PENRHYN. BivRobeut Louis Stevenson/ ; la' theV.ittgopn °£ J?akaravaV.thor'e was little pearl ( shell and there Nvere , many, sharks. I know not if tthe - rahui ; or- closure, was' applied ; at least ; ; there was no 'fishing, and it ' soomed unfit' to leave the aroliipelaso' of pearls and. have iia'siglit',: of.; that. romantic industry. ,'/ On all other .'sides, wore isles, if I could only roaoh tliomjiwhere-divor!)' were at work; but Captain Otis 'properly enough1 refused to approach tliotn 'with? the 'Oasob; aiid my, attempts to; hire another vessel „ failed.;;; ''?. The/; lost , was . upon ! ;. Francois's cutter, 'where ;she lay .drawn up1 from hor lato aliipwreck. ' Sho miglit bo compared for safety to a New'Ybrk batboat fortified' with a bowsprit aud'a*jib, .ancl.os ilstudied her lines' aiid spars dosiro to sail in her upon the high seas departod f rom ? my- mind.' ' Je -ic penaais bien,' said Francois,' which' may be' idiomatically remarked, 'VI tblcl you ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRA LIAN NEWS. - (Published on the 1st of Every Month). Contains, in addition to a well written Summary of the Month ; a Full Account of the Events through out' the Colonies ; also a Selection of High Class Engravings, Illustrative of Colonial Scenery, Current Events &c.,&c ' It has a first class sole in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand, besides being well distributed through out Europe, America and the East. The Best Artists and Engravers in Australia are engaged on TheHlusti-ited Australian News. SUBSCRIPTION (including postage); 8s. PER 4NNUM. HATES for ADVERTISEMENTS :— 10s. per INCH (single column). SPECIAL LONDON OFFICE : 140 Fleet-at. B.C. FOREIGN AGENTS: ..... LONDON. GKO. STREET and Co., 30 Cornhill, E,C. F. ALGtAR, 11, 12 Clement's-Iane, Lombard-st. BATES, HENDY and C' 37 Walbrook, B.C. GORDON and GOTCH, St. Bride-st., E.C. CLARKE, SON and. PLATT, 85 Gracechurch-st. F. H. PHILLIPS, 131 Fleet-st, E.G. B. WATSON, 160 Fleet-at., E.C. T. ...

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THE DISMASTING OF THE CLIPPER SHIP STREAM—(SEE PAGE 22.) THE DISMASTING OF THE CLIPPER GULF STREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

*a« Di8MA»Tt»Q or .Ttta-otsma aim auwr »TftBAw,^«MPAa828^ THE DISMASTING OF THE CLIPPER GULF STREAM. Fresh evidenoo of the extremely rough weather met with by vessels, orossing tho Southern Ocean is forthcoming upon the arrival of almost every ship. The latest instance is afforded by tho barque rigged clipper Gulf Stream, bound for Brisbane, but whioh was picked up when off Cape Sohank under jury sails by tho tug racer and towed into Hobson's Bay on the 22nd. ult. After a good run until reaohing Prince Edward Island, stormy, weather was encountered, which culminated in a gale on the 9th July. At 4 a.m. the captain wan on deck, and the way the barque plunged into the waves caused him to fear she had more canvas than she could well carry. The order to olew up the topgallant sails brought all hands on deck, the starboard watch going aloft, while tho port watch hauled . tho gear close up. The watoh consisting of five men and a boy were aloft on the topgallant cross trees and rigging, wh...

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PHOTOGRAPHIC CHARTING OF THE HEAVENS. A PAPER READ BEFORE THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

PHOTOGRAPHIC CHARTING OF THE HEAVENS. By R. L. J. Eivleiiy, Government Astronomer, Melbourne. A Paper Read Before the Royal Sooikty of Victoria. The immense help to astronomy promised by photography was fully recognised in the earliest days of the practical application of the art, and no soonor had Arago explained to the French Academy of Soiencea Daguerre's discoveries in August, 1839, than Dr. J. W. Draper, of New York, applied thorn to astronomical purposos, and the following year presented 'to j tho New York Lyceum of Natural Soioncos the i first astrono mical photograph evor taken, in the shape of a Daguerreotype pioture of the moon which was one inoh in diameter, and required an exposure of 20 minutes duration. Dr. Draper and others followed up this early -, experiment, ''but : tho low sensitiveness of the. plates then in use and other difficulties confined the results to the onto gory of somewhat unsatisfactory experiment for several years. We find some sun pictures were obta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 August 1891

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