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COUNTRY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

COUNTRY MARKETS. ** Biuirw, has tew * general brtsknem In ^business during the weekwitb ■most of • (be large etottbeepmi, for although ibe weather *U1I oeoriouos ftr from favourable to * country trade, and no doubt tends «o keep beck cus tomers, yet many are banning to discover that th^ cannot lo&gcriSotd bo welt for tbrtr usual supplies. Tae late *bow of the Agriouttzral Society brougbt a feiye number of pemnst* town, end helped toincieite the quote of (he » ufi itmnssctkHa, except in the produce market. where burine* bee been «*oiL The quantity of wool peering through on lie way to Mel bourne u on (be increase, orer 1.600 beta bring set down bote daring (he week, and Che return drays ere bring dee/mchea with atsttoawuppltee. The flour market la showing eigne of another rise, end quota tions which etood at £87 per ton In tbe momlag are now altered to £88 In oouequenoe of (be ad ranee in the Mribourne market, which la, at usual, not caused by any great fluctuation* in the eu...

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

THE COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA^ The half-yearly meeting of the directors ud EharehtJdere In this bank wag held ou Tuesday, at noon: Mr. J. O'Shaoasgy to tbe chair. The attendance was not very name toot. The advertisement convening the meeting having been read, tbe sixteenth report of tbe directors—aa poblished in The Aryw yester day—was submitted. The Cbatsmim moved the adoption of the report * and congratulated the shareholders on the affalra of the bank being in a prosperous state. Some prcliminaty expense would be attendant nnon the extension of the business, bat it would not ixceed £1,000, and the re turns would shortly cover that amount. Mr. Josh Fixlat seconded the motion, wblcli was pnt and carried. Mr. llacoBOT Bald that ha had a matter of some importance to bring before the share holders. Be oould not understand why a lrgsl gentleman, acting for and entrusted with the Sicrets of one bauk should t» per mitted to act for another and a rival bank. This might lead to moet dis...

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

CB1SKET. NOTICE [Reports of matches foringertion in ourcohtmn* should reach us as early in the week as pos sible- not later, certainly, than TucsjIsy evening. Tins is necessary, a* the count ry edition of The Aottralasian is sent to press early on Thursday mornim*. Announce ments as to nrrunffemcnM for the dir on which the paper is published, and whi?h are wanted to appear in the town edition only, may be sent in on Friday. Wc hope our country friends, and those in other colonics, will not fail to keep us po«tcd up as to what they are doing.—Ed. The Am fraJcsfai*. Our town renders will find later tnteHti*'incp inserted in another p-age, under the heading u Town Edition.*' *11 communications must he addressed to the Editor, and endorsed *' Cricket."]

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

BOWLING. Tlie fo.mal opening of the Welbjnrne Bowling given. adjoining the Chapel-street station of the- Melbourne Railway, postponed fiom the previous week on account of the , wratlur, took place on Satnrday afternoon. Taking Hdrnnlago of the fine day, a .large number of the members and their friends kis( nibled ou the green .when bowl playing and other i-ports la-cimc the ordet with one and all. The turf was in much bettor or ler than might have ix-en expected from the late wet wpathrr, aud satisfaction was generally tx pleased with the gieen and the arrangements in connexion with it.

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

SPORTS & PASTIMES. AQUATIC& " Tb» r'fftMi.—UtboDgh' there" Ware no . tastc&e* of Intension the Upper Yarn on ' fialnnilajr, the rlrer wu well patronised b* . that "ho take ipterret tir thing* aquatic. and , wwiberofboeta' cream from the niioni - towimr olabt were ewMaoasly engage! In : tbefr.ehllt, jmUohiirr to lbefere*t obctiateptttnonth a t the regatta attheSalt hwenefffla-ttBeehpa fttwr. fwtbepcrprWe r «tf arrahgfagdctalla in connexion with the IfceTieM, wtheBtKMterBtrer/ on the ^mdatioa rM -then theUamhjhaie/Wwre^pilhwl; $j|pRjhawtf'«q>re. »oaftthejrtea«,aud t f»i\pii>l>litlwt|t8 AA Thufeday alter find finish could hardlj be excelled. The dimensions arc, length over all eighteen feet. and five fee! five inches beam.

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

ALBERT r. LEVY BROTHERS. This m the maiden effort of the Albert Club, and a very creditable one. Composed mainly of youngsters, they showed aome plnek in tackling an eleven which had daring laet season made ileelf a name; The remit, how ever, justified their confidence; and if they are -not too elated by their first easy victory, but modestly admit that the chapter of accidents might have had something to do with it, they will look upon it only as an incentive to per fect themselves by frequent and steady practice. The following is the score;— Lew Pn-fBaa Wilson, c Yeo, b CUsk .. .. I Jttnam, b Yeo „ ... ... s iStftsn, b Qwk .. »*>. „ | finally, cKnight, bCmiiditiwn W Tlrtnpwa,«tY« .. .. .. 0 fiatt,«iitti^i)¥t» .. - .. .. • Btooe, b Y#o.. ... <1 WuuIfy.bCUrk .. 1 H'Kangntui, b Cunnicgh&m' ... A HaitIs, not out .. 0 frtnith, bCnnntnahsm .. O ^•^C; widi<s H - . . sr .. • ,>.» 90 : -M - F.. White, cbod fell«CaUy Dark, b M'Chdly .. E Knight b Jmomou S...

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

EICIIMOXD t. ST. KILDA. Being favoured with the usual complement of eye® only, and neither being blessed with the Scotch faculty of second eight, nor clairvoyant jiowen, we did not see the match between the first elevens of these clubs. But from what wo hare heard from those wlio were present, there was some very goo<3 play exhibited on < both sides. Xoiably, by Simmonda for 8t Hilda, and a new player, yclept TJuwnton, who is raid to be a recent arrival from Eng land, on behalf of Rich mood—each made St. The ground was in much belter condition than the Melbourne one. The match was drawn, at which time the score-book indicated the fol lowing resells:— Bzchkovd. Brrmt, b Powell Gibson, e Smith, b Powell .. Thornton, b Powell ITnpfcwmw, b Powell Hewitt, e Sumnottds, b Watson Mortimer, ran oat .. Hope, 1 b w, b Watson M'Donald, not out .. Ashtoa, I b », b Watsoa H. i Anglondi. b Watson Duxdunxm, c Hewitt, b WaWoa Bres, 3 ; teg-bre, 1; widas, <J Total 8t....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES OF THE WEEK. MELBOURNE v. EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

MATCHES OF THE WEEK. MELBOURNE v. EAST MELBOURNE. ^ After three disappointments, the weather sj | far changed its moist character as to allow of the cricket season being inaugurated last Saturday; and it was a positive pleasure to find oursclres once more within the enclosure of the M.C.C., watching the various ups and dowse of this proverbially uncertain game. Tiio ; excellent ground and its various adornments are now in beautiful trim, and reflect great credit upon that enthusiastic servant of the dub, Bowler Kcwberry, under whoso fostering carc, judiciously directed by the knowledge of Mr. Begot, what was but a few years ago little better ilian a wilderness now "blossoms as the roee." For playing purposes, however, the turf was yet far from being Al, and it will require at least a week's uninterrupted sun shine— an eventuality which Saxby almost forbids our hoping for—to bring it into proper order. As good a wicket as could be obtained under the circumstances was marked out on th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. [Secretaries will oblige by furnishing ns with any additions to or alterations in the subjoined ist.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. [Serretnrirs >vi!l oblig* hy furnishing ns Trilh any nations to or altoratioas in the euynino^ list.] M.C.C. v. Richmond, at R*chraond. Do. (second elevens), at Melbourne. Fawkner Park v. Rose of Melbourne. at South Ynrm. South Melbourne t. Malvern Hill, at South Park. East Melbourne r. St. Hilda, at East Mel bourne. Do. (second elevens), at St. Hilda. Prince of Wales r. Royal Park, at Royal Park. Civil Service v. South Yarra, aV Civil Service ground, Collincwnod Commercial v. Malvern Hill, at Coliingwood. Brunswick r. Emerald-hill, at Brunswick. Rovnl Artillery v. South Melbourne (second eleven). Albert v. Eastern-hill, on Eastern-liill ground.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADJOURNED SPECIAL EXAMINATION. IN RE ALLAN WYATT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Adjocbked FfecIAL Eiaminatioh. IH EE JLLLAK wtatt. The insolvent bad b*-n a iicen<ed tic* I tnallerat South Yam. Sir George Stephen appeared for she creditor*, and examined one witness ntmed W. H. Brown at some length, j This wituees was a close friend of the Tent, who had made a will in his favour; bat on examination be avowtd entire ignorance of insolvent'* alT&irf, except so Cat as to corro borate his account of the money received from home. The meeting was then ad* jiorned till NoveiLb.r n?xt

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSOLVENT COURT. FRIDAY, OCt. 21. (Before W. B. Esq, Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estate.) SPECIAL MEETING. IN RE JOHN MOYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

INSOLVENT COURT. Fbiday, Oct. 21. (Before W. B. Esq, Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estate.) Special Meeting. in ee john voile. The insolvent Lad b*n a miner, of Gas* nej?s Creek. One dtbt w_s proved, and the meeting closed.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECCLESIATIOAL JURISDICTION. OLD COURT HOUSE.— TURSDAY. OCT. 25. (Before his HOnour Mr. Justic, Moleworth.) DR RE THOMAS CARROLL, DECEASED [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

EOOLEaiA-SriOAL JURISDICTION. ' Old Cocrt house.—tuesday. Oor. 25. (Before his H 'nour Mr. Jnstio Mole-worth.) 1* re thomas carroll. deceased On the deoeaee nl the Uto Thomas Carroll, IwiMWfons claimed t) be hi* widow, and each advertised her lut-nviou to apply to the Court for administration. A Milt between the two whs th n boRim, and cue of the parties not appealing at the hearing of that suit, the other oue obtained a decree The sure nsful claimant, by name Emma Ctrr-tt (b >rn Ha*kin-), thereupon prosecuted ber applica tion fur letters of administration, and in due time and form obtaiued an ordei for their issue to beisulf, as the legitimate widow. After ahe had obtained that order the other claimant came to tin-Court with allegation) of ignorance, misinformation in law, tora poraiy ab-ence, and surprise; and applied to have stayed the issue of the letters of ad ministration asordereI. The application wis iijotted. To-day another application was made, on notice to Mrs. Emma Ca...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EQUITY JURISDICTION. NEW COURT-HOUSE — MONDAY, OCT. 24. (Before his Honour Mr. Justics Molesworth.) KENDALL AND OTHERS V. THOMPSON AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

EQUITT JURISDICTION. kkw Courthouse — mokdat, Oct. 121 (before his Honour Mr. justice mowe*tortb.) kkm)all akd others v. thompson akd OTHERS. A Nlit ou behalt tr a marn-^d woman aga«M*i iitr father *e trustee, and a bank a* ribimii p to be mortgage-* of th<j father, t > eiif« ice the tiuptB ot a marriage a-ttletneut nmrie I y the father ou t™ daughter. a id f j»r an account, and the appointment of now tiu«4ct*. The *a\t was in-titut^l -fo se time Fit ce, and np tn the decree was defended ouly by thebsbk. Part « f ib* ca*e made by tie bid was that the father had expended trust lundaio pa) ins for a iif-* interest in the Ua i ptuchased furbtajfeiL The decree esfaMi«het the teUlt mi nt b thus ag&intft the plaiutttfd fathtr and his tDor'gig»f, the hank, deeiarin; that the bank V choree weft subject to ttieeq ii tueottheplbinKff: and it gave aa account as agHiubt the rieter.d^nt Thompsiu. After this dicree the bai.k abandoned all defence of or iijterfcn-ure with the...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONDAY, OCT.24. (Before W. B. Noel, Esq.. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) CERTUFUCATE MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Hokday, Oct. '24. (Before IV. B. Noel, Esq.. Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Estates.) Certificate Mextjegs. Certificates of di-cLur** "tre granted to the following insolventsWm. Murdoch, biker, of Sandhurst; Charles Bog re, ooich po prietor, of Broadmeadows; Wm. Hardcastt". ale and porter merchant, of Melbourne; W. J. A. Ireland, seedsman, of Oollingwood: and Arthur Roberts, of Kangaroo Fiat, school master. IB BE BENBT EASTWOOD. The insolvent had been a publican, in Coliicgwood. The bene of hie certificate was now suspended for one month, he having been insolvent twice within three years. Dt BE WM. H. BCHOLES. The insolvent was lutely a farmer at Carls brook. The issue of his certificate was sus pended for six mouths from the date of appli cation, viz. 15th August last. IN BE CBA1IAM MITCHELL. The Chief Comhissiosee delivered judge ment on tbe application of this insolvent, late a poundkeeper in tbe country, and subse quently a veterinary surgeon in Melbourne, lie said that on Mrrn...

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

Adjouksed Cebtificati Meetivg. Ef BB JOHB A1LEK The iucolvtnt. Jate the landlord of the Royal Surrey Hot~h in Bourke-street, was piVbent, aud bir Getice Stephen appeared in hie behalf; Mr. Lawee appeared for the creditors. The insolvent examined at sortie let gth respecting his business trans* action*, of* daily in reference to his concert* hail, for conaumdicn in which he said be had bongLt gomu porter not fit to be drank Iq a fittt-cla>6 Luith Two other witnesses wire also examined; and the meeting was adjourned to 7th November next.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY, ARRIVED. — OCT.27. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

, TOWN EDITION. SHIPPING. HOBSONS BAT, ARRIVED.—Oct. 27. ' Juan Rattray, Chilian barque, 811 ions, Colin C. Williams, from Now York Joly 12th. Passengers— iiuiii i<hn luik kiuiy iihi> i*asou^»rs— r. Ihomas J. Martin ; and one in the steer* age. Lord and Co., agents. Drover, brig, 1»5 tous, J. H. Holmes, from Now cattle, N.S.W., via Sydney. 1 Villa Eugenie, French barque, 277 ton*/ H. Dofov, from Ooriiiga July ISUi. Passengers—cabin : Mr. and Mrs. Jouvet, family (three), and servants (two). A. Jou vet, agent. Elisabeth, schooner, R, Doull, put back. Rebecca, schooner, 118 tons, A. Robertson, from Newcastle, N.6.W., 18lh inst, No passengers. Pigott Brothers and Co., agents. Electric, ship, from Newcastle, N.S.W. Bright Broth en and Co., agents. Oct. 28. Electric, ship, 1,10(1 tons, H. Harnett, from Sydney Sfttb inst. No passengers, Dc Pass Brothers aai Co., agents. Hannah Nlchol ~i, barque, 262 tons, R. Hodgson, ■from Calcutta August 17. No passengers. Prosi, Kobler, and...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A POOR INVENTOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

A TOOR INVENTOR. TO THE ED1TOB OF THE ADBTEALABUH. Sir,—I read an article in favour of an earthenware manufacturer week before last, wbicb article does honour both to the heart and bead of ita author, fray go on, Sir, in the good path till we have colonial manu factoriee of iron, wool, and cotton at least. Would yon do something for a poor in ventor! I fear not. Why not? Yon ban best answer. Does not the tuventor deserve as well at the bands of bis fellow-beings as any manufacturer in the world? I am an inventor, on the very verge of despair! It seems entirely b opdeas for any inventor to obtain a fair .earing in these colonies, either from <fovernmenti or people. T he parable of the talents Is continually rising up In jndgement against ma.' And yet I know not what to do. I shall be most grateful for a word of useful advice, either from the editor'or any of his correspon dents. I have inventions which would - have endangered the inventor's life, perhaps hare caused him to...

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

FURS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN* Sir,—As one great object of The Auetral a/ian seems to be more particularly to direct tbe attention of the public to the various sources of national wealth which at present; though we are less defaulters in this respect than onr neighbours, lie neglected at our very doors, I cannot help soliciting permis sion through your ample columns to say a few words about one which has hitherto been left almost entirely to itself—I mean the fur trade. Why it has been so neglected is in telligible enough. In our semi-tropical climate we go in chiefly for coolness instead of warmth, and what we do not personally wear we are very apt to think nothing of. Still, if not very necessary to wear, they are ; likely to pay uncommonly well to sell. Our i notion of native furs begins and ends with an opossnm rug. Of the numbers of other ' infinitely richer and more beautiful furs wbicb Southern Australia in general, aud Tasmania in particnlar, produce in abun dance,...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. POPULAR NOMENCLATURE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

OPEN COLUMN. P0PULAE NOMENCLATURE. TO m SD1TOB OF THS ATTBT&AIiAftlAlf. 1 Sir,—Notwithstanding the lectors of your correspondent!, « An Inqairlog Naturalist," I heartily weloome es noble a chimpton of " popular comenolature*'—one wbo evidently has leisure and much more knowledge of natural b lately then I at all assume to possess, and wbo will, I trust, persevere 1 u bis efforts until every bird, ffosrer, and fish In Aoetrstia (ball bave Us own distinctive name —a name, too, that may be uttered and re membered by everyone. Will yon, however, allow me a word of ex planation ? Nothing could be further from my intention than to express any contempt for scientific terms. I am sorry my want of clearness should have conveyed that impres sion .The nbsolote necessity for a language understood ,by naturalists of . all nations I admit as fully as your correspondent him self. Whit I oomplalned of was not tbo pedantry of naturalists, but of those who, to use Ills apt Illustration, would...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON PLACE BETS. (FROM THE FIELD OF AUGUST 20.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

ON PLACE BETS. (noM the mis w Ararat 80.) 8ir,—I (u lurpriaed to mm it stated is the Tiald i few week* beck, that if t hone i* at 8 to 1 for flnt place, a bookmaker will lay 4 to X against bit being flnt or eeeond, ami 8 to 1 hgsinat hi* being flnt, aeoond, or third, i-e., 2 to 1 against fan boing placed. The book maker's rule seem* to be to lay half the hone'a price against his being flnt or secondhand a quarter of hi* price against bis being placed. I Tfbture to dia* further attention to the auijeet, because 1 think it can be nhown that th* Tutf nde is unsound. IT this ia the ease —if it it true that plaoe bets are made hsp huaxd,. pd sUb^st rgfstonds to thelawaof ebanoe, ftfbUows that the interest* of a large number blpeople am tbenty aflboiedi and that the advantage of " mind over matter," (which belcegs to tbe arieatific bettor, it not wielded u it might be in the oeee of piaee beta. The eubject ie ell the more important just now, bpcauie, of late yean, the {union of making pla...

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