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

THE MONTH. ? ♦ ? Oar political situation id unprecedented in the annals of constitutional government. For a month and more the (Governor n'as been without advisers. On five occasions has he requested tlie attendance of the hundred find eight members of the two Houses of Par liament in their places,, and five times has he told them that lie is not; ready, and requested them to call again, Tho reason for this ex traordinary conduction the part of the Gover nor Is j his inability Ao obtain a Ministry prepared 'to carry on the Government in ac cordance with_ his interpretation of a certain despatch deceived from Downing-street. He has applied to Mr Fellows, Mr M'Mahon, Mr Riddell, and Mr Sladen without sucoess, and he is now in communication with Mr T. T'. ▲'Beckett. It appears also 'that lie has submit ted to a private meeting of the members ©f the Councilthe Colonial Secretary's reply to their remonstrance. The reply has just arrived by the mail v and as it declares that the Council o...

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WEDDING CEREMONY AT THE ABORIGINAL STATION, CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

WEDDING CEREMONY AT THE ABORI GINAL STATION, CORANDERRK. A correspondent, writing from the Black Station, Ooranderrk, Upper Yarra, famishes an interesting account of a native wedding Which took place there laat week :-— ' The officiating olergymen on the occasion were the Rev. Robert Hamilton, Napier-street ohtuwh, Fitzroy ; Rev. A. M. Ramsay, St. Enoch's, CollinB-street ; and the Rev. S. L. Chase, of St. Paul's. On arriving on the 8rd - inst. we found everything in coarse of preparation for the ceremony. The camp seemed quite in a fluster, the young men stand ing about in groups, laughing and joking, and the girls, looking perfectly clean and neat, were ogling and glanoing about most mys teriously. The marriage took plaae at about two o'clock, in the large room of tho station, used for various purposes, as a sohool, a dining-place, and a churoh. This chamber, thirty by twenty-four feet, was quite full, partly with blaoks and partly with visitors from neigh boring homesteads. The br...

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THE GEELONG WOOLLEN AND CLOTH MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

THE GEELONG WOOLLEN AND CLOTH MANUFACTORY. What a busy bustling scene a woollen fac tory presents at first sight. A stranger is apt to be confused with the giddy whirl and noise, and the mazy complications of the maohinery which ? surround him, and express his asto nishment that so muoh ingenuity and labor is necessary in the manufacture of clothing.' In few things is the ingenuity of man more dis played than in the provision which art has taught Him is necessary to convert wool into broadcloth. Very few are aware of the difficulties which have to be surmounted, and the wonderful and ingenious devices by which the difficulties are overcome The curious in these matters could not ' do better than pay a visit to the Geelong Woollen and Cloth Manufactory. It is situate on the river Bar won, at an easy distance from Gee long, and is at all reasonable hoars open to the inspection of visitors. The buildings cover an area of 146 feet by 118 feet, and are subdivided into rooms which indicate...

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NEW BUILDINGS -IN THE WESTERN MARKET COLLINS-STREET T.—J. M.[?] ESQ, [?]—SEE PAGE 12. NEW BUILDINGS IN THE WESTERN MARKET, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

NEW BUILDINGS IN THE WESTERN MARKET C 0 L L I N S-S TREE T.w. M. b^y, esq., abchhect.-see page 12. NEW BUILDINGS IN THE WESTERN MARKET, MELBOURNE. The place called the Western Market, where some bluestone ruins have been an eyesore for a long time to the architectural appearance of the west portion of Collins-street, is now turned to account as a site for a pile of build ings whioh will prove, when complete, an orna ment, not only to the street, but to the oity. The buildings in course of erection, when finished, will form a handsome block, having a frontage of 230 feet on Collins-street, 300 feet on William-street, 230 foet on Little Flinders street, and 300 feet on Market-street, arranged for 28 large and distinct places of business. Those fronting Collins-street have basement and tnazzanine floors available for stores and cellar age ; the ground-floors of the whole are de signed to answer as shops or offices, and the first-floors are divided into suites of offices. In the centre ...

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MARIBYRNONG STUD DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

MAKIBYRNONG STUD DISTRIBUTION. The distribution of Mr C. B. ITishor's Maribyrnong stud was effected on 6th inst., in a most satisfactory manner. Tho arrangements were very complete, and of so simple a character as to preoludo the possibility of any mistdke~being mad,e in the drawing. At eight o'clock the scrutineers appointed ts watoh over the proceedings ''were in attendance at St. ' George's Hdll.' Ttio mechanical details con sisted of two' barrels, which were made to re volve' on 'their : axes';' They were lettered ro spectiveJy, 'Shdrehold.ers1 numbers,' and 'Blanks and prizeH.' ? Those were placed in front of tho platform, and behind them was erected, a telegraphic frame with two apertures, one for indicating the number on the marbles drawn, and the other whether a prize or a blank. The marbles, four thousand in all, were arranged- in drawers ojntainirig one' hundred marbles eaoh. The first duty of tke scrutineers was to examine these marbles in order to ascertain whother they ...

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THE PEAK DOWN MURDERS. [QUEENSLANDER, MARCH 28.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

THE PEAK DOWN MUKpEI^S. [qCEENStANDEK, MABCH 28.] ' After a long and patient trial extending over several days, Thomas John Griffin; }ate:p_olioe magistrate at Olermont, and gold' commissioner for that district, has been convicted for the wilful murder of two troopers,' belonging to' the gold esoprt, on 6tli 'November,' 1867, i»t the Mackenzie River. The prisoner pleaded not guilty to the indictment,' but' thtr 'chain'' of, circumstantial evidence' connecting r-] him with' the crime with which he' 'was charged was so ?; complete 'that no one was. surprised when the jury, after a brief deliberation, brought in a verdict of guilty. Sixty witnesses were examined for the Crown and only one fov the defence. The counsel for the prisoner' appear to have relied principally on shaking the testimony by subjecting tho wit nesses of the Orowii' to a severe crossexamina tion, but nothing was elicited materially at variance' with the' evidence 'previously given at the preliminary inquiry before t...

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(SALT BUSH COUNTRY.—From A picture BY J. A. PANTON, Esq.—SEE PAGE 18. SALT BUSH COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

fi A. Ii T BUSH OOUNTH Y.— r«o« a «otwr« bt j. a. panton, K89.— »bb paok *8, SALT BUSH COUNTRY. The annexed view represents a portion of Bait bosh country ia Riverina. In various parts of the Australian continent are extensive districts remarkable in several respects, but to our stockownera chiefly in this, that though sheep. The view is taken, from a picture by J. A. Panton, Esq., Heidelberg.

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

WOOL SHD?S. The f ollowing are the vessels which havo sailed with wool since our lost summary.: — ,' ; ' ' ...' Sailedi Ship. ' Destination. Bales/. April. 2 Suffolk .. London ; ..'. - 517 „ ? !6 AnnioSise .-'. London *. 4105 „ 9 Stag V .. Londpn .'. 520 t. 18 Higbflyor. ... London .... - ? 850 ! Tolal for the month i ..'-. '5/192 '. Previous shipments . ,\ ' ?' ;.'♦ '85,680 Total quantity shipped for the year 91,172

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

The new public market at St. Kilda was opened by the Mayor of the borough; Mr Jas. Putterson, on 4th inst. The buildings, whioh face Inkermari-street, consist of a centre avenue; 880' feet long and 20 feet wide, and two smaller divisions on either side for ve hioles, 14 feet wide. At one o'clock, the horn at whioh the ceremony was fixed to take place, a largo number of persons assembled under neath the market sheds, where the Mayor made a brief but appropriate speech. He alluded to the struggles which had been made by the pro moters of tho market, and pledged himself, on behalf of the council, to remedy any reason able grievances whioh those persons frequent ing tho market might bring under their notice. The establishment of a looal market had not been effeoted without opposition ; but all opposition having now ceased, and the market being satisfactorily established, ho thought there were few persons who would not admit that a boon ' had been conferred upon the inhabitants, and that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

(J fi'o'V E R & BAKER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY. C; SUPPLIERS OF. SEWING MAOHrNES TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. PRINCIPAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF THE GROYER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY. HEAD OFFICE FOR THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES: ? :' 8(K .COJLLJNS- STREET '. ' EAST, ; MGKLBOURNE... . ? , -1- 'l ',','-- «'- ? '?» ''? '- »j ?? «.??'' -? «?' i! A -- . £ ii i ii . i '''- ,'. ; ?''/'-'. ''' ''^'- '''''. -' ' ? '-'???'?' V' ? /.;'?'? ' . i \ I'* ? , ? , ? ? ? ' '? RECIPIENTS, OF THE CROSS OF THE LEGION. 01? . HONOR, BARIS EXPOSITION, 1867. ....... THE VERY HIGfiEST PRIZE. . . ' '

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

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MR. RAMSDEN'S PAPER MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

MR. RAMSDEN'S PAPER MILL. Within a tew weeks a great and important manufactory will be added to the numerous list of colonial industries that have lately sprung into existence. The successful erection of the first paper mill in the colony is due to Mr Ramsden, but with it will always be associated the name of the late Alderman Kenny, who first proposed to manufacture paper, and at a great outlay imported the neoesBary machinery for that purpose. Dight's mill, above the Tarra Falls, was selected by Mr Kenny ai tha Bite for his manufactory, but the erection of the necessary machinery had only been com menced a few weeks when the death of that gentleman put a stop tosthe enterprise. For months the machinery lay idle. Proposals wero made to continue the work, but no one was found possessed of the requisite capital, and spirited enough to undertake the affair. At length Mr Ramsden came forward,, and having secured the maohinery, set about erect ing it in earnest. Mr Kenny originally in t...

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EXTRAORDINARY ADVENTURES OF A FEMALE SERVANT IN BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

EXTSA6RPINA^Efr AD.yENTURES OF A FEMJVL'li SEfeVANT 1N;BAtSl^RAT. ' The*T foiiowin^ ^^extraprdiriary' s^ory is nar rated by ffie'jgeau/ort chronicle;— ? '??' ?'''.' What' may happen to a person in Yiotoria received a very singular exemplification a short time' since', and to lovers of the sensational the recital of this strange story wilipbsses's'poouliar interest ; in foot, so peculiarly incredible did somo of the statements therein contained ap pear, that until' per'febtly satisfied of their authenticity we ' hesitated ' to publish ? it. The facts are 'simply these': Some time since a friend of qursj anxious to leave Ballarat for Ararat withqut delay, Balled at Cobb's office, and was informed no ooaoh left that day ex cept one conveying lunatios to the Ararat ' Asylum,' but as tho' gentleman's' business was urgent j' and he 'was by no means fearful of travellmg in suph queer company, at his earnest solicitation he was per mitted to' 'ride with the lunatics. Of courso the unfortuna...

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OUR CONTEMPORARY AND OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

OUR CONTEMPORARY AND OURSELVES. Our readers are aware that for some time past we have had to contend with a speoies of competition on tho part of our contemporary, the Melbourne Post, which is hardly fair or justifiable, even on the ground of sharp prac tice. In our last two issues readers have no doubt observed a notice respecting dates of publication, in whioh reference was made to repeated breaches of agreement. We may say that in issuing that notice wo hoped that it would suffice to stimulate our contemporary to a better observance of tho principles of honor able dealing than he had been in the habit of manifesting. We have been disappointed in our expectation ; and wo are sorry to say that we have now to complain of something worse than broach of agreement. As if to' show his contempt for the disposition that would placo rolianoe on the supposition of his being amenable to a sense of honor, our contemporary has now descended to acts of meanness of which we had not previously de...

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DEPARTURE OF PRINCE ALFRED. [SYDNEY HERALD, APRIL 7.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

DEPARTURE OF PRINCE ALFRED. [SYDNEY HEBAIiD, APHIL 7.] Monday, the 6th of April, wilV. bo raeniorable in the annals, of Now Sou^h Wttles as the day on which the' gatlan^ sailof: Princei— with whose visit is assooia^ed'Bouior'bi 'our most jubilant, and some of/ojK/rtostfmournfil, reminiscences, left tho colony fox1 the mother country. The projected visit'' tq Ne\y Zealand has b'eeii abandoned with much reluotanoo ; but' uWtcb! as his Royal' Highness desired to visit this''dis tant possession of her ^ Majesty,' yet in : de'ferenbe to tho i'udginent and 'advice of those ' whbse opinions Woro entitled to oonsideratioh, he abandoned his intended' visit and'determinbd: to proceed 'direct to England. At bight o'olook yoBterday mornitig all the war vessels in port dressed ship. The royal ' standard was hoisted at the main of the Galatea and Chal lenger, and royal salutes wore fired simulta neously, by all the ships. Tho Trinity House flag- was 'displayed at the Galatea's fore, and the Sti '...

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ATROCIOUS MURDERS AT CONROY'S GAP, NEW SOUTH WALES. [YASS COURIER, MARCH 21.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

ATRQOIQUS MUEDERS AT OONKOY'S . ,r GAP, l^EW;, SOUTH ?WALES. -.-?-. . ;.--, .J ,, [XASS CpUBIBB, MAflOH 21.] ... ??. ;. ,'. : One of the moat atrooious and bloodthirsty murders it has* ever been oar lot to record wins. porpe^rat^a ' at' a partrT'of the Soutiem-ioad,* known as' Oonroy's :Qap|' about sixteen uiiles from Yass., on last. Tuesday night.or early on Wednesday, morning. * ; No fewer'' than .five persona in succession fell victims to the in human monster, who was. a shepherd, and for tlie past six months has been in the employ of John Cqnroy, a squatter, and (in elderly man, who is one, of those so brutally murdered; The five persons who 'have ' so terribly been 'de- pviyod of life are John Goriroy, his wife, a young man named Smith, a shepherd named W^U?! an^.anplher ; shepherd name unlcnowhv The murderer is a ticketrof-leave man; named William Monday or Collins. He arrived in this colony per the ship Havering in 1849. ~ He is stated in his pass to be a native of the county...

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CONCLUSION OF O'FARRELL'S TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

CONCLUSION OP O'*'AHIlEIiI.'s T1UAL. When O'Farrell'8 trial was continued on the 81st March, several other witnesses for the proseoution deposed to having known the pri soner for a short time before' the' outrage, arid that nothing in his language of demeanor led them to consider him insane. The case on both Bides was closed at eleven o'clock, and then Mr Aspinall commenced his address to the jury. He made a most eloquent speech, throughout which he contended that the prisoner must have been insane to attempt such a madmanlike deed, and that tho witnesses for the defence all agreed that ho was a violent and dangerous man, who was subject to fits, and had had more than one at tack of delirium tremena within a compara tively short time. Mr Martin, Attorney-General, followed, say ing that as he had uot introduced tho element of Fenianism into the case he would not do so then. In an able and argumentative speech he pointed out the weakness of the defence, where there was not ono witness...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

'5wr'^p: fiTHforivrrA s'!T''irdri jg&LUGCK STITCH/,;^ DB. DE JONGH'S (Knight of tho Ordor of Leopold of Belgium) LIGHT-BBOWN COD LIVEB OIL, Proscribed by tho most eminent Modical Men a- the safest, fpoodiest, and most effectual romody for CONSUMPTION, OHBONIO BEONOHITIS, ASTHMA, BHEOMATISM, GENEBAL DEBI LITY, WEAKNESS OF OHILDBBN, AND AIX SOBOFULOUS AFFECTIONS. Dr. DE. JONGH'S OIL is convincingly proved by the highest medical testimony, and by tho practical test of successful experience for twenty years in all ?parts of the world, to be, beyond all .question, the purest, the most oulcactouB, the nioBt palatable, and, from its rapid curative offects, the most economical of allkinds. ,: . r ?? - ? . ,-.-.?? Henco its ; universal . celebrity, and the immense de mand for. this unrivalled OH. ' ' SELEOT ;MEDinAl, OPINIONS. . , Sir.HENBY MABSH, Bart, M.D., Physician .In; Ordinary to tho ? Queen in Ireland : ', I consider Dr., de . Jongh'sXiight-Brown Cod LiverOU to' bo a very pure...

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THE ATTACK ON THE PRINCE. O'FARRELL'S TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

THE ATTACK ON THE PRINCE. O'FARRELL'S TRIAL.     O'Farrell was on the 26th of March brought up for trial at a special sitting of the Central Criminal Court, hold at Darlinghurst, N.S.W.   his Honor Mr Justice Cheeke presiding. At   an early hour the main entrance to the court house was besieged by a crowd anxious for ad- mittance with a view to obtaining places in the body of the court most favorable for observing the proceedings. A large police force occu- pied the interior, and were disposed so as to command the whole interior space, while an   almost equally numerous body guarded the avenues and precincts of the building. On the seats at either side of the bench were observed among others Viscount Newry, the hon. Eliot Yorke, Lieutenant Haig, the Minister for Lands, the Postmaster-General, the hon. T. Ieely, Adjutant Barker (Queen's Own), Cap- tain H. Nelson, R.N. The members of the bar present were the Attorney-Gen...

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ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, MELBOURNE.—W.W. WARDELL.—ESQ., ARCHITEOT.—SEE PAGE12. ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRA Li MELBOURN E.— w. w. WABDHii, ESQ.! abohitsox.— see was 12. «? ' ' ? ? ? ~ — ' ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, MEL BOURNE. We present our readers with a sketch of the Catholid Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, now in coarse of erection on Eastern-hill. A chinch was commenced on this site many years since, bat before much progress had been made with it the population of the colony had so increased that it became evident the building was on far too small a scale to be commensurate with the . prospective, if not with the immediate, wants of the Catholics of Victoria. ? After much de liberation and controversy, -both public and private, it was determined to commence a complete cathedral church, of fitting dimen sions and character, and Mr.Wardell (now in spector-general of publio werks) was com missioned to prepare the . design for this im portant and indeed colossal work. It was, however, stipulated that not only. the materials of the old building should be used again, ...

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