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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

NEW INSOLVENTS. John Curtis?, labourer, of Stony Creek, neer William-town. Cau-es of insolreacy Sickness ar,d inability to work, pressure of present wife's creditors for debts contracted during l er widowhood, and disease and death of milch cows. Liabilities, £415s. (id.; assets, £2; deficiency, £39 5'. til. E. Courtney, official eesignee. Alerhir.e Huht, of Rntberglen, adminis tratrix of the estate of the late Ohms. Huht, butcher, of Ruthergb-u. Causes of insol vency—Lraree In trade, and inability to rralise debts doe to the estate. Liabilities. £1,313 7s. 6d.: a-scts, £330 ; dificiency, £383 7e. fid. Jas. Moore, official assignee. Martin Cogley, car-driver, of North Mel bourne- Causes of insolTenci —Want of em lili ynMiit, and pressure ol creditors. Liabili ties, £39 6s.; assets, £3; deficiency, £36 6k H. 8. Shaw, official assignee. Edward Walker, j-aiuter. of Melbourne. Cauree ol fnsolveircy—Family sickness, want of employment, and pressure of creditors. Liabilities. £28 19a.; as...

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

Coveramcnt Advertisements. /COMMISSARIAT.—FRESH MEAT. \ > PROVINCE ol ACCKIANO. fitter* will be rw»iT«d »t tfc« <•«<* ot the . MffT-Oaiual in Awsklsnd, till noon on ' i . *7ti Datmlm- 1HM, Sit the eopplj of ""i (M<and JontU.il) to tbeTnwpe *bJ ImSlinA, for the ymx boat let 1M!| *° sl" "in» imtmrtor till be boon.! to ieene the JiU«J I ut in drtejl to the troul* et nil jteoa whm ben»y | ht n«uirad be the CommiteO -tnaieml, or offloor authorised bj him to do so. , to made moathly, for lb. I t£Suttithe Commissariat accounts « baring beeu —ill 11 i- | . Fer farther infoMtioa, ejplyat tbe ComravmerUt ♦g—, Melbourne. _ ltodical. HOOD AMD CO.'S SOW! Mi (SHEEP-DIPPING COMPOSITION, rou MB eVBB »» B«AB, TICK, Lien, j» m eian SXIH DISEASES OP SHEEP. rpHIS preparation is the cheapest, JL a&fdB^ most certain, «ai therefore ths ba*t, remedy tor Scab *«t offirod in Australia. It is per- J Iwtly soluble in either hoi or cold crater. It does col \ efcein or...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADJOURNED CERTIFICATE MEETING. IN RE C. H. SALSBURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Adjockked Certificate Meetdtq. IK BE C. H. 8ALSBVBT. The Commis3ioj.ee traspemh d the certificate for a mouth. He said it was plain that an j incorrect schedule bad been made oat

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

THE GAZETTE. Legislative Aesekblt.—Additions! elec toral returns have been received, showing that the following gentlemen have been duly elected:—Jolin Macgregor, attorney-at-law, Melbourne, for the district of Rodney; and John Orr, of Butter glen, for the District of tbe Mnrray. ArponmiESTfi. Charles Brace Graeme Skinner, Esq. (Judge of tbe Court of Mines, Sandhurst, Ac). to be also judge of the Court ol Mines appointed to be held at Rush worth; Mr. H. 1). Church (C.P.S., Rushworth), to be »i»« clerk of tbe Court of Mines appointed to be held at Buebworth: C. B. G. Skinner, Esq. (Judge ol tbe County Court, Ac., Sandhurst), to be also judge of the County Court ap pointed to be held at Rushworth; James Langton Clarke, Esq. (judge of the County Court, Ac., Ararat), to be also judge of the County Court appointed to be' Clones; hi r. H, D. Church (clerk o2 horse is Busbworth), to be also clerk lumber of County Court appointed to be went out Rushworth ; Mr. ttoaes Bolger (actings an 0]J ...

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

THE BALANCE OF BLOOD. Under this title the Forth American of Philadelphia, organ of the Federal Govern merit, publishes the following table of the losses suffered bj the American belligerents from the beginning of the war to the end of December, 1863:— oorrmrB i m KiltaL Wounded. lYUcocr*. Total ]661 .. .. 1,270 3fOT5 2,763 7,987 1868 .. .. 14,666 47,216 15,876 77,646 ]WB .. .. 12,321 ife,3W 71,211 131,852 Total of men ham de combat 217.465 >dd disci firom fever and other diawM .. 180,000 147,44* Killed. Wounded. Priaoaen. Total. 3861 .. 4,724 7,701 9,144 23,709 , J WIS .. .. 20, £7 ft 08,073 46,648 136,386 1868 .. .. 16,363 68,l8l 33,281 108,625 j Total of men hora de combat 262,720 Add died from ft* er, At 290,000 662,720 TOTAL. Federals 662,720 Confederate* 347,466 fttfO.ltt An EkGLIEH RaILWaT COKTEACTOE.— 'What an English railway contractor trill en gage to effect, ia well exemplified in the con tracts for the construction of railways entered into by Mr. Thomas Brassey with t...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COTTON FAMINE. (FROM THE ARGUS, OCT.22.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THE COTTON FAMINE. (ROM TBI ABGUB, OCT. 22J The history of the Cotton Famine in England affords perhaps the most striking instance which the world has yet exhibited, of a great calamity turned by patience, wisdom, and endurance into a national blessing—even into a national gain. The lesson is fall of instruction to thoBe who have doubted of the wisdom and greatness of the principles on which England regulates her foreign policy, and of rebuke to those who pretend to see either want of strength or want of courage in that polity. Of ite kind, it was perhaps impossible that any calamity more serious could overtake a great industrial people. The cotton manufacture, in spite of all the ob stacles which attended its growth— first, from the ignorance and stupidity of its enemies, and next, from the over-officious zeal of its professed protec tors—had advanced in 1861 to be by far the richest, the most productive, and the moBt valuable, of English industries. It was ^manufacture which was a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMIGRATION TO AMERICAL. (FROM THE [?], OCT,21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

EMIGRATION TOAMERtCA, too* mp , Emigration to Amnio* appeal* to hare t«lioDe<rftbeohidtori«itdi»cuwon atironmwbMtbeBatnf||lg ^«i Mbcr, tioii war « apcech madeln^ Hoaaaof Gomroon. by Thei Bovaxd oiin^i W'! British emigration to the United States is really the main support of the war; and in view of President Lincoln's call for another half-million of men, his treatment of the subject excited more than usual comment and attention. It has long been known that Federal agents had been reaping a rich harvest in the emigration-fields of the old country; and Lord Howabd points out very. conclusively that it is the railway-labourer, the cotton-spinner, and the pauperised mechanic, who form the fuel that keeps alive the flames of civil war, and that withont the cargoes of English and Irish sinews periodically cast into the furnace, the conflagration, must die out from sheer want of aliment Borne of the facts collected and repeated explain the process by which this sort of recruitin...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL. NEWS. THE IRON-CLAD FLEET. (FROM THE DAILY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

GENERAL. NEWS. THE IRONCLAD FLEET. (fbou tbb sinx hews.) According to the official records, wo find that England*# iron-cased vessels already afloat, and all of which bare been but recently built, amount to nineteen chips, of from four to forty* one guns each, and mounting in the aggregate forty guns, of a tonnage of 71,958, ana of 14,762-horse power. In addition to the above, there are also twelve powerful ships now under construction, which will carry in all 255 guns, are of 48,160 tons burthen, and 9,527-horae power. The following are the names of the ships, both afloat and building, together with the number of guns, horse-power, and ton nage :— BH1F8 AFLOAT. Ship*. Q'u B.P. Tana. I Rig. Achilles 11 lack Prinoc Culedunia .. Defence Enterprise.. Favorite . Hector .. . Hinotaar .. . Ocean .. . Prince Albert . IYinoe Consort Research .. Resistance.. . HovalOak.. Royal Sovereign Sharpshooter Valiant Warrior gealona 6,121 ;Iron •cased ahip 6,109 iron-cased ahip 4,125jIn>D-cased ahi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CONVICTS' PREVENTION BILL. (FROM THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MAIL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THE CONVICTS' PREVENTION BILL. (FROM TBI SOUTH AUSTRALIAN MAIL.) At the fint glance the proposal in Mr. Dutton's new Anti-Convict Bill, to exclude freely-pardoned oonricta as well as condl lionally-pardoDed ones, appears in some respects objectionable; but we believe that, on careful reflection, mast impartial persons will come to an opposite opinion. There is. indeed, this great distinction between the two ddsses of pardons—that the conditional pardon is unjust and insulting to Australia upon the faoe of it. It openly declares that persons not considered fit to live in England are considered fit to liv* in Australia, and it ia more palpably reasonable to resent being dealt with in this exceptional spirit than it is to object to people coming here whom Eng land consents to receive herself. But the Sradical effect of the two classes of pardons i the same. Very few expirees and par doned convicts would return to England in any event. They would prefer the much better chances which Aus...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE "BLIND MEN" IN THE LONDON POST-OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THE "BLIND MEN" IN THE j LONDON POST-OFFICE Fran an English publication. Ii< Mian Hour, we obtain the following tnteWetfsy description of the peculiar duties of th "blind men" in the General Foat-offiot, London:— "The table of the 'blindmen' is tha calmest spot in the budding. Tbelis it m work of mere mechanical dexterity, that eat be brought by conctant practise to a daaUaif rapidity of execution. It requlret morn - ersrrhing in directories, liiliili linwlnr much mental effort, to aolva mori of tha riddlea in writing that oome upon the table The irregular comblnationa of the alphiM •bee preaant a bound lea field of variety (o the ignorant and the persevering; and trbte the combinations of Christian nanus aeJ surnames, namea of towns, and namet d counties, aa well as the forme of letters, and the parts of a letter's proper snperscripUoe, come to be added, arithmetic can hardly convey the result. It U to this table tha all those riddle letters find their way, aft* whose su...

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

MISCELLANY. "How doM yoar newly .pnrohssed boras answer?" Mid the late Dab of Outnbeiiuj to Gonge Belwyn. "I really don't know" replied George, "tor I nover aekad him 'a question." "I wonder whore thoee oloudi are going y» sighed Flora, pensive, aa she pointed withhsr thill, delicate flager to the hewer funereal mssres tint floated laaily in the sky. «<, think they mo going to thunder I" cud bet brother. Coup At an Horar.—i. thlllbw sub. ecriptton baring been eet on foot to bun an attorney who lied died very poor, Lord Jtutioe Norbury exajalmed, **Qnly anhj)pn to burr an attorney! Ilere'e a guinea. .nTT! bury onc-and-lwenty of them. - YtN*ns 8tm**a.—A coloured preacher within the linee recently felt oonetrained to preeoh against the extortion of the antlers from which lue flook hed euffbred. After mail dehberation be announced hie text aa fbUowi,-. " Kow do nerpont was tnore antler than any j bcaat ob de Add wblob do lord God hej made." " • , , Nor fob Ktbb.—During * marr...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRANSPORTATION. (FROM THE ARGUS OCT, 25.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

tbanspobtation. it U egood omen for tfcoeewboheTo fooght th« battle of enti-tnuMportetion thet^tlwt thrfr effort*.' We oeanot %»p*lr of ulti mete «uo<*a w^«i; w pflr^*« Jft* ?*«««» aUowibA irttb aoite mi eir of contdoni theft* life Vm "deer end property U 4M yel(uUe to * tfai AsAaU«*»«t toooMdw." The nine of titUoonoeeeiott pen hwdly be oeweetlii^Ud. Tbe ftirt W-ita being put fodhin *wfc > jjiittafc^'.inr proree iiteu)/ ffM>n^i tli«t it vM only ynterdeywhlo The Timu, repie njrong Britfehjiutlio oplni<M,thougbt otherwise—When It wu nsrdl v Dreoered.' to "droit ibi* ilfe ewd JWWdV 4n #>e wttpofltt*ew theMme thingnes 1 (enteral for **1* tbf ffTP^U 'iHlDflfWl unt Vktmw thnNU nod Vumn parra we m 4mr to their ownen We similar articles at home to the British community. What may we not expect from so unexpected a burst of liberality —from this new frame of mind I Carried away by a sudden access of generosity, the Tesult apparently of a perusal of a letter by S...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. MR.O'SHANASSY AT KILMORE. (FROM THE ARGUS, OCT. 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

SPIRIT or THE PRESS. MR. O'SHANASSY AT KILMORE. (FROM Till AROCS, OCT. 26.) Tbe speech of Mr. O'Sbanassy at Kilmore may be oouaidered as the first open announcement of the'policy of the Opposition. In some respects, it is calculated to disappoint those who be lieve that Parliamentary government can only be carried on in this country when there is a party out of offioe which is prepared to say nay to everything proposed by the party which is in. The ex-Chief Secretary's speech is singularly free from anything like a factious spirit Indeed, on most points, there seems to be a remarkable agreement between the Ministry and its appointed opponents. Upon the land question, Mr. O'Shanassy announces his inten tion of supporting the Ministerial mea sure if only it includes the principle of deferred payments, and provides for an immigration fund. As to free trade, he is precisely of the same opinion as Mr. Higinbotbau. It is upon tbe point of immigration only that we find any considerable div...

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

COMMERCIAL.. The AuilraUiun Office, Saturday Ereulng. Tbe import market *u characterised to day by the usuj Inactivity prevailing on Saturdays, and we bare no transactions or Imroitance to record. A good country de mand for bread at n Ss continues, and prices remain firm at tbe following quotations Adelaide add town made floor, £25; Chilian, £2110s.; Callfornlen and Chilian wheat, 9a to 9a. 6d.; South Australian, 10s. 6d. to lie. Some holders of Adelaide beat brands are ash ing £26 10a At Adelaide, according to onr telegraphic despatch, floor Is quoted at £22 to £21, and wheat 9a 9d. at the Port. Export entries were passed today at tbe Customs for 8.793m. 12-lwt. gold, of which quantity 6,280m. lBlwt were for shipment ptr Uonarch for London, and 2£09os. 141 wt. per Bombay, mall steamship, for Point da Galle. The following were tbe shipments of gold per Monarch, for London:—Bank of New South Wslf, 7,449m. ; Oriental Bank Corpora tion, 6,2Sl<x.; Union Bank, 6,084m. ldwL; Ba...

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

AtrOTIOHEEBS* UEPOI1T8. Hwi OamroalJ, M-OmI, ml Co. ranort birinr Hb it Ui#i«hb4k<9, tl OMi^ ulinMr Silt* ml putotol Anita. toaortod alKft trom *1*. to eart" Alto, U VlotorUn fuilwajra, ei Marao nu, u «MiLudSi a *toiU, vllb all (toilta, at 8a. towriom, (or n»t eaab. tteaara. Frator and Oa. aoM to Dagtana-a toinu la.M. «ah; tori to Ortto. Simimr, u40a.li Bond, Inumautoe, TOT lMraotor<w>t»VJ»II-*li«>«. porow'^ . WTO". Kltg.ud -OoalogfaHi report baring aold tlx North CopMt Butt, beuu ono of Mr. truUMn Dooaltfa'raJn'iftoad otnUona.tltnate In tin Wtometa toamoatatoWlfr. ahearini toir jtdna i unto tonns; oouroir altar ueuiiif. M-aora. tlrelg and Harts/ «&, to Itupo'iBand.n •hlfniKnt at AUaojm'a He. 4 too, tol laulta, to £t Z>. ALparUHLMtotoC. '

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

CBOWLAVDi 8TAWELL, Satubdat. The groa retains th>» that the tailoring was the Ftate of tile poll at the clo*e:— Campbell 617 JlritWtLll 691 j Diuidd -673 1 Woods 633 I Campbell and Houston elected. I

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. THE GENERAL ELECTION. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] CRESWICK. TALBOT, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

THE ELECTIONS. THE GENERAL ELECTION. [BY ELECTBIC TELEG B APHJ CKESWIOK. TALBOT, 8attedat. Tbe gross state of the poll, u pjsted by the | KeltraitB Officer at his office in Talbot to-day, ie:— 1 Prsser ... ... 2,197 , Wluxlei C.optT ... Parker ... Combe ... 1.76.) 1,625 I9J 118 Fjucr iad Wheeler ate therefore returned'

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

MEETINGS OF CLUBS. A special meeting of the members of tho Melbourne Cricket Club was held on Saturday afternoon, in tho pnviliou, to consider lite circumstances attending a ballot for new member*, which took place on the Bf.1i iust. Mr. Ti F. Hamilton, president of the club, wug in the chair. Au attempt was made at the outset to prevent the meeting briug held, on the ground that it had not Uwn called by requisition, as provided for by B ile 26. The meeting decided, however, that that rule only applied to esses where member# desired to call a special meeting; ^nd tliat it was within tho power of the committee to call t lie members together whenever they considered cinrum* stanoM rendered it deeirable they should do so. Tho how. aecretary then stated the reasons for Galling tho present meeting. It appeared that after the onnotinccmcnl that the ballot would take place notice of portponctnsnt was given by the lion, secretary, Kit notwithstanding this « few of the members attended on th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED. — OCT. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

SHIPPING HOBSOND BAY. AKMTKD.i—Oor. M. as*. mm pw—wfc 7m. «rnpi, JB.lto fier.jobooiitr. 31 toe. J* 4. Thorn. from FoH Frederick, V.D.L., 1Mb tort. No pasafcngen. John Qrifflths, agent. Monarch, barque, 2® tons, M. JsmieMD, tram New «iirtJe,N.aW., UKhtot. No passettfwri.J. b ud 0. Burtte, agent*, Aottwl schooner, IM too, U, i MTtonsld, from NewcatUe^N 8.W., loth last.. Passenger, Captain Pall ant. Plgoti Brothers ahd Co.. sgenta. • fiucceae, hatque; 288 tow, J. Moray, firom New Mia, N.fi.W, Utb tort. Ko twonyw, Sprlgf, Twamyman,«nd Co., agent*. . Oca, adbooasr, 100 tmi, — Stones, from Fort Fahy, *14 Getisng. Ko paaengers. W. Hwrdy and kfj^Cduantagt. schooner, 106 tone. It Fowler, from Newcastle, K.8.TV., 6rd tot. No passenger*. ; fteott BrothcttandOo., egeats. Valparaiso, ritRydueylSui tot. Pasasnwra—abia: wSodT'•s&zssz'1 and Co.* agetila. j Fat tbefiom. schooner, 80 tone, W. Francis, from Port Frederick sut tot. One passenger. Bright I Brothers and Go.. agents. OCT, 21 Victo...

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

WBECK OF THE SCHOONER CIRCAS SIAN. Captain ¥a!Ua"t, whoanlved by the schooner Active from Twofold Bay on Saturday but, baa turnlibed m with the followiup account of the lots of hla rwol ten mllea Wert of Rara Head:— "lift Waimambool cm the ftrd teat On the 6th irat, during « heavy gah> from W &Wn and thick rainy weather. 1 he schooner went on ahore ten tnUee wept pf Ham Head, Boa w*a under doae-reefed canvas at the tune. Tiro tnea died on the Wreck through exbeuition, end one man jumped t>v<jrtx*rf with a line to Uy and gain the there, n h to enable the remainder •« the erew %© -gat 08 by Um means, tat he ooruid not land owing to the'gnat drawback cothabaaob, and waa drowned. AtSCjcM, OapUto Pallantj ftadlng that the vessel was breaking oj», Jumped joverboa'd, to brand gala the abort, but owing lotba iar^ wa* tumble to wad, and fortunately regained the wreck. bat mock ex htufted. ifce tnaJjwaii;with the gaff ettaahoL waa overboard, the dew of wi.teh became e...

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