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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

ENLARG-EMENT ' ? . , op , ? THE WEEKLY AGE,; and rrs AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS' JOURNAL. On Friday, 30th September, the Weekly Agk will appear hi a new and improved shape,- and in a greatly' enlarged size. ? , The Farmers' Journal, after . a long and prosperous career as an independent paper, will henceforth be incorporated with the Weekly ? Age, and the two papers, each retaining its own special features of in terest and respective literary and editorial staff, will unite their forces so as to produce a journal superior to anything yet issued from the Victorian Press. For this purpose the Weekly Age will be enlarged by four extra pages (equal to eight pages of the Farmers' ' Journal), thus making it the largest paper in the Australian Colonies. The proprietors have been induced to make this ? change chiefly through the strong representations- ? made by subscribers to the Fanners' Journal of their ? desire for a more liberal supply of general news. Residents in the country, whet...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ROYAL BANK OF INDIA—SEE PAGE 7. THE ROYAL BANK OF INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

THE ROYAL BANK OF INDI A— see page 7. THE ROYAL BANK OF INDIA. On page 4 we present our leaders with an engrav ing of tho Royal Bank of India, Collins street west, Melbourne. This building, which is most favorably^ situated, is an enlargement and improvement of what was formerly known as tho Victoria Chambers, and has been secured from the proprietor, James Law rence, Esq., for a term of twenty years. The improve ments have been under tho direction of Mr Bogle, tho manager, who deserves great credit for the prompti tude and taste with which the general plan and details ? of a splendid suite of banking premises have been carried out. It is erected in close proximity to the other bankB, and in the busiest 'part af the commer cial portion of tho city. During the alterations tho business of the bank was carried on in offices at the rear of the building, which offices it has occupied since 21st October, 1864, and whence over £200,000 in ?? bullion has already been despatched to tho East....

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIEW OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

VIEW OP NEWCASTLE. The city of Newcastle, New South Wales — of which our engraving is a faithful picture, taken from the ' high ground, near tho barracks, and at the back of the - town — ia situated at tho mouth of the Hunter River, on the cast coast of Australia, and about ninety miles north of Sydney. It lies hi the centre of extensive uud very rich coal-fields, which supply all tho ports . of Australia and Indin. It is also the port of the wealthy agricultural, pastoral and mining districts of tho Hunter, New England and the Northern Gold fields, and is the southern terminus of the Great Northern Railway, which runs through Maitlaud and Singleton . into the northern parts of New South Wales. The railway was opened in 1S57, from New castle to F-ust Mtiitlimd, about twenty miles, and has since been extending, year by year, until it now reaches Tamworth — a diatance o£ about seventy miles. Prior to , the opening of the railway, tho whole of tho country produce was brought down by bu...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YARRA—NEAR THE JUNCTION OF THE SALTWATER RIVER—SEE PAGE 7. VIEW OF THE YARRA NEAR ITS JUNCTION WITH THE SALTWATER RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

THE Y A R R A— N EAR THE JUNCTION OF THE SALTWATER RIVE It— sue page 7. VIEW OP THE YABRA NEAR ITS JUNCTION' WITH THE SALTWATER RIVER. Tho view of the Yarra presented in the accompa nying sketch is at the junction of this stream with the Saltwater River, which it joins near the borough of Footscrnv. at a point about two miles distant irom Hobson's Bay. The Saltwater River is here a broad sheet of water, of far greater expanse than the Yarra ; .ind a reach of several miles from the junc tion, pursuing an even course in almost a straight line, is used for the purposes of tho Mel bourne regatta, an aquatic exhibition which annually attracts some thousands of people to the river's banks. On theso occasions this stretch of water boasts quite a flotilla of small craft, and the scene is almost as ani mated a ono as that presented by the Thames at Putney on a race day. This position of the Saltwater, being in close proximity to tho Bay, and being capable of carrying ships of large draught, ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCENE AT AN OUT-STATION—ATTACK BY THE NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

SCENE AT AN OUT-STATION.— ATTACK BY THE NATIVES. The life of a squatter hi the far interior of the Australian bush is not all pleusure, nor yet all profit. Sheep-farming is, no doubt, an almost sure method of becoming wealthy, but there are numerous drawbacks to it as to every other trade, profession and culling in tho world. Bush fires sometimes destroy whole flooks of sheep, attacks of scab and other diseases to which they are subject render them comparatively valueless, except for boiling-down purposes. Continued droughts or sudden floods carry them off in thousands, tho ravages of the dingo and the carelessness or malice of shepherds thin then? ranks, and sometimes tho wily and treacherous hordes of aboriginal savages, driven from their hunting grounds, and treated, it must be acknowledged, in many instances, in a shaaieful and inhuman manner, retaliate by slaughtering large numbers of sheep, murdering the shep herds and committing thoir huts to tho flames. Our engraving represe...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNT M'MILLAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

MOUNT M'MILLAN. uur full-page sketch represents one of the many Alpine;eiews hi which Gippa Land abounds. The highest peak, hi the centre of the view, is Mount M'Millan, so named after Mr Angus M'Millan, the dkcoverer and explorer of the district. Tbo lower peak, to the right, ? is called Mount Valentia. The ranges all round these mountains are magni ficently timbered and rich in quartz reefs. 'At tho bottom of the valley is tho Mitchell River, which takes its name from Sir Tho3. Mitchell, tho celebrated Australian traveller. This river flows into the Gipps LandLakea, and could be made navigable from the Lukes upwards to a distance of about twelve miles. It abounds in fish, and is very pcturesque throughout the whole of its course. The time represented by the artist is early morning, and the plauo from which the view is taken is on the old road Jfrom tho Dargo Valley to tho Crooked River, v^ VIEW OFMOUNT BIMILLANGIPPS LAN D-D EAWN BY N. CHEVALIEK, ESQ. VIEW OFMOUNT BIMILLANGIPPS LAN...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STAFF OFFICERS OF THE VICTORIAN VOLUNTEER FORCE. VICTORIAN VOLUNTEER STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

S T A IV I? OFFICERS O V THE VICTORIAN 'VOL -UNT E E R» T? OR ?£ E— sek paok 7. ' :' CAPTAIN' PKEE. ? MA-IOR PITT. COLONEL ANDERSON. CAPTAIN PAYNE. - CAPTAIN BURTON. CAPTAIN' PKEE. ? MA-IOR PITT. COLONEL ANDERSON. CAPTAIN PAYNE. - CAPTAIN BURTON. VICTORIAN VOLUNTEER STAFF. The stuff officers of the Volunteer Ferco of the colony form the subject of one of our engrav ings. They consist of Colonel Anderson, Colonel Commandunt, who occupies the centre of the group ; Major Pitt, Major of Brigade, and Captain Snee, ©ttached to the Artillery, on the right ; Captain Payne, 'attached to the Naval Brigade, and Captain Burton, nttached to the Cavalry, on tho left. The Coloncl CJomiuandant and Major of Brigade are dressed in ?field uniform, which, in both cases, is similar to tiiat ? of officers of the samo rank in the regular army, the only distinction being that silver lace is substi tuted for gold laco, in accordance with tho Queen's regu lations for the colonial service. Tho other officers ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBtJRB.S'.-' ? Tho Registrar-General's report ou tho vital statistics of Melbourne and the suburbs for tho month o January last, is published in last Tuesday's Government Gazette. From it we loam that the totul number of deaths during tho month was, 3G5, of which 210 were males and 155 females ; 238 were of persons under and 127 of persons over five years of ago. The mortality during tho month of January, 18(55, although somewhat higher than that during January, 1804, was lower than it was hi the same month of any of tho four previous years. The mean temperature of the month uudor re view was the lowest, and the mean atmospheric pressure the highest experienced in the month of January during sis successive years. Malos and females died in the pro portions of 58 and 42 per cent, to the total mortality ; persons under and over five iix tho proportions of 65 aud '-5 per cent. In January, 1S04, and in January, 1803, deaths of children under live we...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE FEBRUARY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. YESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE FEBRUARY MAIL. February 22. — Childers, Blackivall ship, 1016 tons, A. Enriglit, from London ; W. P. White and Co., agents. .February 24. — Lebanon, ship, 717 tons, F. Cham bors, from Puget Sound ; J. B. Swnsey, agent. Albert Edward, ship, 497 tons, John P. Lowther, from Puget Sound, via Sydney ; Dalgety and Co., agents. March 1. — Formosa, barque, 380 tons, J. Beaton, from Mauritus ; Joshua Brothers, agents. J. Montgo mery, American ship, 1024 tons, Chas. Hamilton, from Boston ; Newell and Co., agents. March 2. — Ocean Eagle, American ship, 1296 tons, B. Lovott, from Boston ; Wilkinson Brothers and Co., agents. March 3. — Pactole, French ship, 392 tons, E. Allaire, from Calcutta; Fanning, Nankivell and Co., agents. March 4. — Hannah Nicholson, 252 tons, Thos. Bick nell, from Mauritius ; Grioe, Sumner nnd Co., agents. Johan Anton, Hamburg schooner, 156 tons, P. H. Mullonlofl', from Hong Kong ; M'Ewon and Co., agents....

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HON. CHARLES COWPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

HON. CHARLES COWPER. The hon. Charles Gowpor is the third eon of the late Dr. Cowper, Archdeacon of Cumberland, and wdb bom in Yorkshire in 1807. Whilst yet a child he ?was removed with his family to Sydney, and at an early age onteredthe public service hi tho commissariat 'deportment.' On the introduction of representative institutions, in 1843, he contested the county of Camdon, in opposition to Mr Roger Therry, tho At torney-Goneral ; but was defeated by ten votes, chiefly through the influence of Mr JamoB Macarthur. Ho was immediately started for the metropolitan county, Cumberland, whoro Mr Macarthur himself was a candidate, and was elected at tho head of the poll. Ho continued to sit for Cumberland till January, 1850, when, having accepted the office of president of tho Sydney Railway Company, ho resigned Jhifl seat in order that ho might give his undivided at tention to that enterprise Under tho new Constitu tion of the colony he wflB returned to the Legislature at the head o...

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 — 25 March 1865

[ADVEttTISEMENT.J The Philosopher's Stone. — The imaginary 'Philo- sopher's Stone,' which was suppossed to turn all things into gold, and consequently to bo the source of untold wealth to its possessor, was eagerly sought after by the ancients, as the grand desideratum of all their earthly aspirations. As an unlimited producer of gold, it was considered of far greater value than gold ; itself, and nay or all othor limited amounts of wealth of whatso ever land. It was tho theme of their thoughts and words by day, and the director of thsir fairy visions by night, and its fancied possession the ' ultima thulo ' of all their earthly aspirations. But there is a better and a greater earthly good than the ' Philosopher's Stone,' or all tho wealth it has been supposed to bestow 1 Gold, riches, position or even the highest honors aro of very little use without health, which alone gives them any real value, or makes life itself a blessing to its possessor. Whatevor, therefore, produces health...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM MALMSBURY TO DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

PROPOSED RAILWAY FROM MALMSBURY TO DAYLE SFORD. A deputation from the Daylesford borough coun cil met the members of the Malmsbury council on Friday, 24th ult., at the Duke of Kent Hotel, Malmsbury. to discuss the question of a railway between the two boroughs. The DayleBford coun cil was represented by Mr George Patfceson (mayor), and Mr Miller, with Mr Ambrose Johnson, surveyor, and Mr W. G. Hart, town clerk. There were pre sent on behalf of the Glenlyon road board, Mr T. T. Orde, and Mr Farquhar (secretary and engineer), and for the Mahnsbury council there were present the mayor, and Messrs Laing, M'Kenna, French, Davy, Evans, Laslett, and tho town clerk. Messrs Sands and Tucker, M.L.A.s, were present by invi tation of the two councils. Mr Wheeler, M.L.A., was also to have been present, but was detained at home by ill health. Mr Tyeon, mayor of Malms bury, was voted to the chair, and the mayor of Daylesford briefly stated the object for which the Daylesford councillors were prese...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY ACTION FOR MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

EXTRAORDINARY ACTION FOR MAIN TENANCE. . The case ' Grave v. Moon, which has for some time past been eagerly looked forward to as likely to be productive of disclosures of a startling and not very creditable nature, came on for hearing in tho county court on Friday, 24th ult. The fact of being ' a lady in the case' — ono who has held a prominent position in metropolitan musical gatherings — was, combined with, other at tendant circumstances, sufficient to insure a crowded court. This was an action in which Mr William George Grave, a trustee under a deed of separation, sued the defendant, Mr Augustus Graham Moon, for the recovery of £49 19s, being arrears of pay ments due to him, as maintenance to Mrs Eliza Octavia Moon, otherwise Miss Octavia Hamilton, his wife. The circumstances of the case were briefly stated by Mr Newton, who appeared for the plaintiff, from which it appears that the defendant, who is a clerk in a Government office, some years ago married a lady known as Miss Oct...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DARING OUTRAGE AT MAJORCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

DARING OUTRAGE AT MAJORCA. A daring act of burglary and attempt to murder ? was made yesterday morning, at Majorca. It., appears that on Tuesday evening a fellow rode up. ? to Mr O'Farrell's store, Talbot street, and inquired ,. where Mrs O'Donoghue resided and Dr. Soutb.ee, who happened to be present, took particular notice of the fellow, and the circumstance caused no further remark. Yesterday morning, Mr Williams, the chemist, got up before daylight, and left for Fiery Creek. Shortly after his departure Dr Southees who resides in the same house was awoke by hear ing the front door opened, and some person walking about in Mr Williams's room, but, thinking it was. Mr Williams, took no notice of it. In a few minutes his own bedroom was opened, and the doctor observed the figure 'of a man crouching down. Waiting for a second or two, Dr. Southee jumped out of bed, and the intruder made a bolt of' it, but, not being acquainted with the premises, ran behind the counter instead of the do...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FATAL MINING ACCIDENT AT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

FATAL MINING ACCIDENT AT BENDIGO. An accidont occurred on Friday in the Indepen dent Company's claim, Pottery Flat, by which two men have lost their lives, and a third narrowly escaped a similar fate. It appears that the three men were engaged timbering a wide excavation in a drive a hundred feet from the shaft, which is over that in depth, when the roof gave way and fell, timber and all, on two of the men ; the third, some how, was driven back from the falling mass into tho drive towards the shaft, and managed to get out without much injury, and gave the alarm. This was about eight o'clock in the morniug. Speedily a ,large number of miners from the surrounding claims went down into the drive, and worked in relays, with the utmost energy, to reach the en tombed men, but it was at the imminent risk of their own lives, for as fast as they shovelled the sand away it kept running down in a stream from the top strata, till a large hole, some twenty feet high, had been formed. At length t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEMALE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

FEMALE BUSHRANGERS. The Goulburn Herald of the 22nd ulfc. reports the hearing of the charge against the three women accused of aiding Gilbert, Hull and Dunn, the bushrangers to burn the premises of a storekeeper named Morrisa, on the 24th December last. Two of the prisoners were committed for trial, the other was discharged. The evidence of the prosecutor affords an extraordinary picture of life over the border. Edward Morriss stated : I have at present no oc cupation. I was a storekeeper at Binda on the 26th December last. The store was built of slabs, and had a bark roof. I know tho three prisoners well before this for the last eight or nine years. I was formerly in the police stationed at the Binda, in the neighborhood of which place the prisoners reside One of the prisoners was servant to me for nearly a year, Ellen Monks. There was a ball at Binda, at Hall's public house, on the 26th December. I was taken there. I had not been to the house for some weeks before. About eight o'c...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LATE HON. WILLIAM NICHOLSON—SEE PAGE 7. DEATH OF THE HON. W. NICHOLSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

T H B LATE HON. WILLIAM NICHOLSO N— see page 7. DEATH OF THE HON. W. NICHOLSON. William Nicholson is dond. Tho papers say agod forty-nine, but his appesranco wonld doijote that ho was much older. Mr Nicholson was a most ex emplary citizen, nnd in his day has done tho colony much service He is an instance of what a maa may accomplish fay sobriety, persevering industry and average ability ; for ho wus prosperous beforo the gold-fields, aud, so far back as 1848, was a civic councillor, und, two years later, Mayor of Mel bourne By tho way, ho occupied the mayoral chair in the most eventful year of the history of Victoria — that of the gold discovery. He wua a member of the first Legislative Council, and ho assisted materially in framing tho Constitution Act. Originally opposed to tho ballot, he afterwards oaangedhis views, and moved that the Electoral Act — which was to accompany tho Constitution Act — should provide for electors recording their votes by secret ballot. Mr Nicholson carr...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEWAGE AND WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

SEWAGE AND WATER SUPPLY The following is the balance sheet of the Mel bourne Scwera and Water Supply, from commence ment to 31st December, 18G3 : — Dr. ? £ s. d. To advances from Treasury 'Water Debenture Account' — Melbourne Water Commission 730,674 17 G Geelong Water Commission .. 5,337 17 11 Advance from Treasury, per vote of Legislative Assembly, No. 94 of 1858 ? 6,000 0 0 Amount of revenuo from water supply, &c ? 303,373 13 4 Sundry amounts due by depart ment ? 5,001 6 10 £1,106,387 15 7 Cr. ' £ s. Jd. By amount advanced to Geelong Water Commission, as per co) Jim .. 5,337 17 11 Repayments to general revenuo . . 00,000 0 0 Amount expended on construction of works ? 928,743 7 2 Amount expended on maintenance! of works ? 14,990 4 7 Departmental expenses . . . . 31,3G9 10 11 Value of stock on hand, exclusive of sewerage plant . . . . 11,580 1 0 Amount expendod on sewerage and sewerage plant on hand.. .. 38,317 17 4 Amount of arrears of water rates . 4,631 18 3 Amount of ar...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SMART ENCOUNTER BETWEEN THE BUSHRANGERS AND POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

SMART ENCOUNTER BETWEEN THE BUSHRANGERS AND POLICE. The Goulburn Herald of 25th February says : — A party of police, under the command of Mr Huth ?waite, and comprising Detective Pyo and Troopers Wiles, Gallo, Parker, Grncey, and two others -whose names wo have not learned, have lor several days past been in pursuit of the bushrangers in this dis trict. Following certain traces, they on Thursday night reached Lodge's Inn at the Breadalbane Plains. Here they apprehended two young men, supposed to bg bush telegraphs ; and they then de termined on stopping all the parties they met, with the view of preventing tho possibility of information being conveyed to the bushrangers, who were be lieved to bo in the neighborhood ; and towards morning they set out for the house of a settler, named Byrnes, at Mutbilly, about four miles from Lodge's, where they arrived nbout four o'clock. At this time it was of course dai'k. Two of tho party ?were left in charge of the horse while tho rest sur round...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 March 1865

In answer to the question ' Will farming pay ?' tho Portland Guardian says:—' Wo have it on the authority of a gentleman living at Sandford, that Mr Templeton, farmer, between Coleraine and Sandford, will realise this season from a farm of eighty acres the sum of £1600. Tho crop is wheat. If this estimate bo correct it goes far to establish tho fact, and ono fact is worth xnoro than a hundred arguments, that farming, under proper conditions, will not only pay but pay well.' Srnnroi.-.s Goi^n. — A few small parcels of gold, mixed with spurious motal, have been, by China men, attempted to bo sold at Home of the banks. In one instances, tho rogues triod it ou at ono of the banks, but immediately that tho ' blow-wino ' wus handled, und preparations nindo for tho usual tost, tho two Chinamen innile a bolt out of tho door, leaving the good us wull us tho Hpurions gold bo hind them. — JJeudir/o Advert Uert Mardi 13, OonpoiiAit l'uNi.sinri!N'T .\r tub Ga'pi*, — At th» last sitting of tin) m...

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