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THE PRINCE IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

TflB PJEft^rdE iW dtJEife'NSiiANDi , .. The ^ demBnj.pfj.disdbrd^j^ms^ to '.h^a^ git among the.. pastors {andj^^jmastersr o% .Bnsjbarie Bohpels, Sunday. an_d; seoular. At one of tho . children's fetes in honpr of.Prino,e,Alfred,there was a regular sort of. religious- row, thtf ^origin and progress whereof may be. gathered from the following history given in the Brisbane Courier: — 'It was at first resolved to get up a Sunday- sohool demonstration. The Government refused to recognise it, or to assist it poonnl&riiy, unless it was divested of alX SectioridV onaifioteri and made simply 'A oiildren'fl .fipiii6ix6iia.ii(iii{' ,'Miaf some ob jeijMppi- that pdi'ril wits . : |6n(o'eded by the teachers. One form of nlron'^-fihe National Anthem; — was .arrangV^ to b|e lii^ by all the children, and it Was insisted upon,- as an ab solute esserititil,' that no distiuotive flags or banners ijho'nld be chhtried ; the grand advantage of thia.beiri^ that it left no room for any denomination'...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE FEBRUARY MAIL. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

§PP^|N(3- FOIi THE MQNTH. VESSELS ARRIVED. AT THE iPORT OF MELBOUB^E' SIIfOB $HE 'DEPARTURE OF THE FEBRUARY. liitK'' ' 6. Queen of thp North, 'B|j|piWftife Star Line, 16(|§ tpn's, if. )VeayevI?_f jrgm ' Liverpool. |jo'rimp~r~t i4nrwpp,'d »nd Vty$s-. a'eront3. 6. pppis','FTeuch')ifirque,'677tons,'p..pe Court, '.' fi-ojin Galcuttcv. ' $: ty.' EreU' and Co., 7. SpuTJhorn' Ocean, ship, J2Q4 tpnsi B. R. Craig-', from London v}a'Plypiqii|h.J Lori ? mer,' JVTijrw'ood and Rqjfje, agent's'.'* ?' \ 7- Krpn' Priqson, Siypdis'h' ship, '6g2't6ns,- C. ' K. Bo pheh, from iSpttpnburg1 vj'a' A'delaide. Joshua Byrpthers,.ag6nj;s. ' '?' ' ' ' 7. Ernosiinp.'phip, 1Q48 fbiis/ 5Phos.pe (^ruohy,. ''frpni' Lond6n.' Jfolmos.T^fhitb 'and Co., agents. ' ' ?' '': ' ' ?''?' '-''??' , ? If). Dashing SYavp, barquo, 386 tons, H. Vander Vord; frprri Hopij Kong. ' Kong Meng and Cp-» agpn't8. . ' 11. Pelham) parc[iie.' 845 tons, Jas. A.Harvey, from' Calcutta. : Dalgejy, Blaokwood and Co., agents. ' ' . ' 11. Hannah N...

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FALLS ON THE NIAGARA GREEK, MOUNT TORBRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

FALLS ON THE NIAGARA. CREEK, MOUNT TOfiBREOK. Few are aware that there is a Niagara fall in fhia oonntry, of coarse, not to be compared for a moment with its namesake, but still of suffi cient grandeur to render it noteworthy. This fall oocnm near the head of the stream whioh rise* in the Meant Torbreck ranges, between the Babioon and Jerusalem rivers. Any tra veller passing that way, or parties in searoh of the piotnr ??qae, will find ths locality abont seven miles from Jones's Hotel, on the Darling ford-road, or about twenty miles frem the townihip of Alexan dra. The fall is a doable one, making a descent of about 200 feet altogether, the width at top abont forty feet, but varying, on account of the irre gular formation of the rook, whioh forms the bed of the stream. It will give some idea of the dimensions of the falls to be told ? that their roar may be heard five or six miles off. The beau tiful engraving of this wild and romantic scene is from a photo graph by Mr Walter, Who h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

WI1KIE, WELCH & G O . , OFFICE, 44 QUEEN-STREET. YARDS, 172 Q U E E N - S T R E E T. '?,.-? .. i -. .7 AUSTRALIAN AGENTS FOR - , . ; ' '' ' . I ]r . ' - c * ? ? . '^ , ..? CLAYTON, 8HUTTLEWORTH &, GO. STAMP END WOBKS, , LINCOLN. .-, . ... ; ? % * ' * ' ' , . . . i , ,- \ i i .i .?'???,.?,?-?!.'?'? i:; ??-.. ??.'?-? '? ? ? ' ? ? : ''. ;r !-'?' ??? ? ?? -? ? v '..'.-?'.? '?? '.??..???. ii c . .. i t! .t T- those not awara of th« extent to wMoh steam power hast already beon applied for farni purposes, It may This Screen received a Silrer Medal at the Royal Agricultural Sootety'a Show, ? at l^eeds, 1867 s Uio, Fire t be interesting to learn that O. B. to Co. hare manufactured upward* of nine thousand steam engines, and Prize of £0 at the Worcester Meeting, 1863, and Ten other Frizes and Commendations at various otnor Agn n«arly seven thousand eight hundred thraBhlng maohines. . '?'''..?.' ' ' ? ' - '. oultural Meetings. . _ — . - .. Seleatlfic and mochanlcal skill hither...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

rp £? ^ 'e ?'' '; L : E ' 'a.' D E B fjj' A Journal of news; politics, literature and art, is' publlbhetVoyery Saturday 'rhoruinft'at 06 EHzabrithV Btre'ot^-JIolb'ourne; ?-? TUB LiSAUBtt'ls.Iihoral in pQlitfcs, and- Uio ihtolHgonce ? supplibd ' 'tkrou'gh ? Ita' oolujnhs will ljeTpuhd'to;lje iiceurftters-rid'.cbniglbte;'' -Tlio sub ptirlpfipri of Tub LBADEiiia SixShiHings and Sixpence per''quartor,'payablo in advances or Soyen Shillings and Sixpence, postage paid. The quarter may com mence at any time. Present ciruulation ' of The Leaded 1b 12,000 copiOB weekly, and it is, in fact, tho largest and most extensively olrdulated paper in -tho Australian 'colonies.'- : Office, 6S Elly.abeth'Btroot, Molbourno. AdENT, in London, Mr F. ALGEB, Olomont's-lano, Lombard-stroot; 'CTISITOBS TO 3IELBOTJBNE,- call at Brander's V Ferry. Good \Viuo, Fruit, Befroshmonts. Cool and pleasant ehady howors. BltANDElt'S FEBBY, Upper Varra, between Piincp'H-hrldso imd Botanical Gardens, halfa mi lo from Melbo...

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CHARGE OF MURDER AT CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

CHARGE OF MURDER AT CASTLEMAINE The discovery of the death of Mrs. Atkinson, the wife of the recently elected member of the Castlemaine Mining Board, under circumstances inducting the belief that she met with foul play is (says the Daily News) creating very considerable excitement in Castlemaine. It   seems that after Mr. Atkinson's election on the 29th ult., he remained with several of his friends drinkling until a late hour, when he   went home, not quite sober. Upon reach-   ing there, his wife was absent. It is al-   leged that she had gone to look for him. He left the house and met her returning to it. There was mutual recrimination, and it is alleged that blows were given, and that Mrs.   Atkinson was dragged home by her husband. The police, from certain information they had received, went early on Sunday morning to Atkinson's house. They noticed blood on Atkinson's clothing, and asked him where his wife was? He ...

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WESLEYAN CHURCH, SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

WESLEYAN CHURCH, SANDRIDGE. This church, which was recently completed and opened, is designed in the early English Gothic-style of the 13th century, and consists of nave, north and south transepts, chancel, vestries, porches, &c. The nave is 64 feet long and , 82 feet wide, the transepts each 25 feet by 28 feet. The chancel for choir, organ, &c, is 22, feet by 21 feet 6 inches, and being raised above the nave and transepts floors, with a cir cular back inside to top of wall, with three double windows of stained glass, the timber principals of its roof being octagonal at the base, gathered into a point at the apex ; the whole presenting not only a very good and pleasing effect from the nave and transepts, but con- siderably enhances the power of the choir. The connection between the nave and chancel is by a large and massive archway, the full width of chancel, and 26 feet high, im- mediately under which stands the pulpit. The chancel, though circular inside, in octago...

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THE EARL OF BELMORE, GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES.—PHOTOGRAPHED ON WOOD BY F. FRITH, FROM A PORTHAIT BY BRADLEY.—SEE PAGE, 12. THE EARL OF BELMORE, GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

THE EARL OF BELMORE, GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. — photographed on wood by F. FRITH, from a portrait by BRADLEY.— see page 12. THE EARL OF BELMORE, GOVERNOR OF NEW SOUTH WALES. The new Governor of New South Wales wan bora in London in 1835 ; married the second daughter of Captain John N. Gladstone, R.N., of Bowden Pork, Chippenham ; succeeded his father in the earldom in 2845 ; gxaduated M.A. (bon.) at Cambridge, 1856 ; was appointed a deputy-lieutenant of Tyrone, and a magistrate of Tyrone and Fermanagh, 1858 ; elected a representative peer for Ireland, 1857 ; ap pointed Captain of the London Irish rifle volun teers, 1862, and arrived in Sydney as Governor of New South Wales in January, 1868. We are indebted te Mr W. Bradley, photographer, Sydney, for the original photograph from which our portrait of his Exoellenoy is taken. The portrait represents his Excellency in the morning costume of an English gentleman, and sitting in an easy choir, holding a book nearly closed. The light ...

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CHINESE CONTERMONGER.—SEE PAGE 13. CHINESE COSTERMONGER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

CHINESE COSTERMONGER. -- SEE PAGE 13,                         CHINESE COSTERMONGER. The Chinese are very numerous in Victoria. The greater part of them are engaged in mining, though many of them devote their ener gies to various useful and profitable sources of employment. In market gardening they excel many of their more formidable European   competitors. Troops of Chinamen, bearing baskets of fresh green and delicious looking vegetables, are to be seen in every town of the colony. The miners on the gold-fields derive their principal supply of green staff from the Chinese, whose gardens are often situated amid the old shafts and abandoned claims. Others of the race pursue a lucrative call ing as pedlars, the colonists rarely refusing to buy some cheap article or other from "Poor John." Our illustration shows &am...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 30 March 1868

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIRTHS. ALLAN. —On the 8th inst., at Alma-road, St. Kilda, Mrs. G. G. Allan, of a son.       BROTHERTON. —On the 5th inst., at Bank-street west, Emerald-hill, Mrs Henry Brotherton, of a son. COLE. —On the 5th inst., at King-street, Sandhurst, the wife of Mr Sydney George Cole, of a son. DAVIES. —On the 9th inst., at Ngarvenie, Moonee Ponds, the wife of Mr J. Davies, of a daughter. DUNLOP. —On the 11th inst., at Grove Cottage, Cali fornia Gully, the wife of John Dunlop, of a daughter. FENTON. —On the 16th inst., at her residence, Mary borough, the wife of Mr James Fenton, solicitor, of a son. FEWSTER. —On the 16th inst., at Lygon-street, Carl ton, Mrs C. C. Fewster, of a son. Both doing well. FORDE. —On the 16th inst., at Brunswick-street,   Fitzroy, Mrs J. M. Forde, of a daughter.           GOODE. —On the 10th inst., at 20 Richmond-terrace, ...

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GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

GOLD SHIPS. Tho following; are tho gold' ships which have, sailed since our last summary :-— ?? . Sailed. Ship. Destination. Ounces. Mar. 31 Geelong .. Point de Galle.. .10,175 April 2 Suffolk .. London .. 33,303 ? „ 9 Stag :. London . .. 6,976 18 Highflyer .... London ... ^ 22,331 Total for the .imonth . . . ' Vi ? ; 72,785 Previous shipments ' . . .. .; ; 558,697 Total quantity shipped for the year 626,482

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

SHIPPING- FOR THE MONTH. — — * ? , -. VESSELS AKRIVED AT THE .PORT: OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL'. March. ,,. ,? . -.-?'. | 30. Anita, ship, 654 tons, Turcah, from Iieith. .Miller and Johnston, agents. ~ ..-.-? ; , 81. Salsotte, ship. Black Ball Eane, ,1357./tons, Hugh Davies, from . Liverpool'. Bright Brothers and Co. , agents. ApRlt,. \ . '.-.? -. ;; -,... ?; u,r.,. ..,;?? 2. Vimoira, ship, Black Ball line (chartered), 941 tons, John Jas. Garden', /fro'nvliiyer- pool via St. Iaaro and Table Bay) jCape 6f : Good Hope. Bright Brothers and Co., ? . agents. . , . -..-.. ,'? ' '.'?:. ..,-,' .-., . 2 Stinohaty barque, 893 tons, C. Oman', from Mauritius. Joshua Bros., agents'. ,.-.,. ? 2. Holene, Bremen ship, 794 tons, H. Re'sohen, ; from Now York. R. Towns and Co., 1 :?, agents. . . . . . ??.:., ,.,., ... ' 2. Sussex, ship (Messrs Money Wigram and ; Sons' Line), 960 tons, George Miller, from ; London via Plymouth. W. P. White and ; ?i ,-. Co., agents. ... . j.; 4. ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN DISTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

THE AUSTRALIAN DISTILLERY. On the south bank of the Yarra, and adjoin ing the paper manufactory in course of erec tion by Mr Kamsden, arc the promises of Mr Hugh Junor Browne, the proprietor of the Australian Distillery Works. As an evidence of the encouragement which recent legislation has given in the furtherance of native industry, this establishment is entitled to prominent notice. The building, whioh has but recently been erected, is built of briok^ahd stands upon apieco of land about two acres in extent, purchasod from the Government. The ground flpor is occupied with a compact little en gine of ten horse-power, .whioh grinds the I barley and supplies the motive power far beating the various processes of distillation. The grain is elevated to the upper story and I thrown into a hopper, from whence it passes to a mill on the basement floor, and when gr«und is returned by an endless bond and run into I bags ready, for use. , The mash tan has a capa city f of mashing: 100 bushels...

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DEATH OF THE REV. ANGUS MACDONALD. [HAMILTON SPECTATOR, MARCH 25.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

DEATH OP THE REV. ANGUS MAC DONALD. . [HAMILTON SPECTATOR. MAKCH 25.1 We have seldom, if ever, been called upon to record so shocking an occurrence as. that is no great distance from the manse.';. it} seems that the horse, which the worthy clergy man saddled and mounted was, not the one/Mr. Brown-would have intended, him to use, and it i» stated by some that the saddle was. not pro perly: girthed. Whether it was due to this cause or the viciousness of the animal we can not say, but the melancholy fact is that very shortly after Mr Macdonald mounted, the horse backed and threw his rider heavily to the ground. Mrs Duncan Brawn and one or two others witnessed the accident, and at once went; to the assistance of Mr Macdonaldi He was found lying on his face, perfectly insensible, paralyse the public mind and practically to suspend business. Numbers of the trades people put up their shutters, and during the whole day there was but one topic of conversa-' tien. The Rev. Mr Macdonald leaves...

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A BUSH INN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. A BUSH INN—WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

A BUSH INN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA. A BUSH INN— WESTERN AUSTRALIA. This little sketch is characteristic! of the scenery to he found in the neighborhood of Fremantle, Western Australia. The inn is at Rookingham, about 14 miles from Fremantle, and is a well-known resort for weary travellers ; it is on the road to Bnnbury, and has a very singular appearance. It is surrounded by grass-trees, or 'Black Boys' as they are called, and perhaps presents as pictareBque a view altogether, as is often seen in the colonies. The accompanying sketch was taken by a tra veller on the spot, who was strnok by the na tive beauty of the surrounding landscape.

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DUNEDIN HARBOR FROM PORTOBELLO [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

DUNEDIN HARBOR FROM PORTOBELL0 This picturesque estuary has been desoribed so often that to describe it again would bo but to repeat ourselves.'; We make no apology, however, for presenting it in a new aspeot. The view is taken from Portobello, a village rising on the opposite shore from Port Chal mers and rapidly becoming a point of attrac tion to holiday makers and families desiring change of air and sea-bathing. In the centre are the three wooded islands whioh divide the lower from the upper portion of the bay, and in the distance is seen the entrance to Port Chalmers, where is anchor ago for all vessels drawing above 10 or 12 feet of water, and which is consequently the termination of the voyage for most sea-born travellers. DUNEDIN HARBOR, FROM' PORTOBELLO.-POKT CHALMERS IN THE DISTANCE. DUNEDIN HARBOR, FROM' PORTOBELLO.-POKT CHALMERS IN THE DISTANCE.

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GOVERNMENT OFFICES, CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

GOVERNMENT OFFICES, GHRIST OHUROH, NEW ZEALAND. The Provincial Government of Canterbury has reoently completed the erection of the buildings in whioh all- the public business of this important province ia to be transacted. The whole edifice has been exeouted according to the plans of Messrs Moantford and Berry, local architects, who have shown great taste in adopting the style to the pioturesque site in one of the bends of the Avon, a deep olear stream whioh winds through the town. The view se leoted for illustration is token from the south bank of the Avon, and shows the last portion finished — being the new Council Chamber. Secluded and romantioas the situation appears, it is in the heart of the town, and close to busy thoroughfares and commercial marts. The buildings are constructed of bluestone from the port hills, the faoings and ornaments being of Oamaru stone. GOVERNMENT OFFICES, CHRISTCHURCH, N. Z. FROM THE BANKS OF THE AVON. GOVERNMENT OFFICES, CHRISTCHURCH, N. Z. FROM THE ...

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THE YARRA YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

THE YARRA YARRA. There is many a pretty view on the Yarra Yarra, and that exhibited on Page 12 is one of them. The river is narrow but deep, and re markably winding, and at every turn a new prospeot presents itself. These windings are so tortuous, and frequently so abrupt that it takes some time to get acquainted with the geography, so to speak, of the bonks. The spot represented is one of the bends near Hawthorn. VIEW ON THE Y A B R' A YARRA. VIEW ON THE Y A B R' A YARRA.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

' A ZjSTtek reoeiyed from Charleston by a gentle man 'in ' gplfitika'sjates :— ' j There ' is d party 'of l diggerV'wiio 'got -a mod's head almost coinpleto. There ' is one of the neck joints iilong witli'tt.' Yon would1 hardly credit the' size of it unless you saw it. From the top of the head to the point of the beak is three feet six inches, arid the woight of tlif head is 60 lb. It is being exhibited in Charlos ton, the admission' being one shilling.'? ''' : ; ; We'take the following from the Otago paily Times, : 28th Marph i^-' Oar' Victorian tele/ grams, published in another column/ contain an announcement which will oauso very general re gret in this province, if it is acted out — namely that Mr Wilson Gray has been appointed as District Judge at Geelong. Mr Gray, as Dis trict Judge in Otngo, has, we believe, given unmixed satisfaction to' all classes.' ' The esti mate of Mr' Gray's i abilities which has been formed by the General Goyorntiient is attested by a single fact— ho ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

A Gentleman from Cownnna, on the Mur ray, rbcbntly brought to Castlotnnine a collob tion of fossil sea shells and spongo from the neighborhood -;f Coopor's Creek. Some at these spooimens nvo of enormous sizo, and others small' and delicato.' The shell of tlio common oyster is very porfeot. ' Treasures of 'tlio soa at Cooper's Crook 1' exclaims the 'Daily News. 'Wo wonder how lbtig it is sinco tho interesting ocean bivalyos opened their mouths in the centre of this continent.' The inhabitants op Talbot hayo respjyed ocajly to commomoratp the Prinbo!B esonpe by i|io eat.ab|iahmout pf an iBfaii|, comraon, and grammar sohbbl, for 'all' ddnominu'tions and uges, the school to bo vested in the Board of KdHgafton; and to be culled tho' Princb Al'vflfl 3ohool.

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