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CASTLEMAINE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

CASTLEMAINE RACES. The following are the acceptance* for the Greet Oentre Handicap, to be run on the 15th Kovetnber:— T Mr. Jatnee'e b h Kbor ... Mr. Howling"* oh g Faloon Mr. Xejghran'a b g Playboy ... t Mr. T. Henty'e br h Saturn ... 6 Mr. Douglaiw b g Shylook ... a Mr. O. Dar'a brg Warrior ... * Mr. Pettit* br m Ida 6 Mr. Whately'a bg Moolort ... 6 Mr. 0. D«y'* b g Aflila a Mr. Holmee'ebr m Fleurnie-li* ... 6 Mr. Dowiing'e eh g Lanoer ... 8

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

C0MIESP$ND£NCE. SHOOTING fN NEW ZEALAND. TO THn BDTTOB or THE AVSrRA.Ll91A5. Sir,—In I be course of my travel* through the ImgUi and hrcidtli of Sew Zealand lam, afler business is concluded, frequently at a low how to kill time. Very often bn- the (run uncnUd a pluisurablo and fasci ng mode of disputing of the "cue ny.1' There in some good duck shoaling almost «'w»ye nciwoVe; paradise, prey, Wye, and Several other varieties ; tea), wigonn, snip!, plover, rcdbill-, bittern, white stoikc, hnbclta and quail, are numarou-; the latter, boiv evor, not nearly ao plentiful as they used to bo a few years aeo. limning tbe land and contrqnent dratrnrtion of epca mav no doubt principally account for tli.i rapid de crcsee. The kal;a, a large bird of tbe parrot species: the native pigeon, the tonhey, or parson bird; pm roquets. kmafiehers,and several other birds, abound in the bush ; and though thsy afford little eport. s-rictty speakiug, thcr tjl not only good bags, but literally "sacks." The bu...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING. SUMMARY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

MINING. SUMMABY OF THE WEEK'S NEWS. The mining tews from New Zealand is still of a faroursblo charade). The rivers con tinue low, and s considerable quantity of gold is b.ing taken out ol the bed of the Molynenx, though no very huge yields ere reported iioui any of the claims. Deep Kink ing bat been steadily on the increase for some time past, and tome of the proepeots lately obtained have been very good. Of the last new rush It is said that, of the firet lot of shafts put down near the prospectors', thir teen tticck ou gold, with jlelds of from tbiee to Iwelnt - ounces to the load. Numbers of men are still rnt work on most of the old diggings, either slaking or in deep ground, and three or four moat promising nels hare been opened, but there appears to be a great difficulty in getting money to invest In this branch of mining, alluvial speculations of ons kind or other offering so plentifully. The Wakamarfna Bfvtr rialma are yielding wdl again, and ac me of the new gtoand, aa well a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CATTLE-HUNTING ON THE MURRAY. (FROM THE SOUTH AUSTRALLAN REGISTER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

CATTLE-HUNTING ON THE MURRAY. i (fbok tee Eorra atrsrbaxlajr begibtee.) Xlie following is from a private letter written at a elation near Overland Comer:—" There are a number of wild bulls on this run, and the shooting of them is rather exciting sport. Many of them are very old—regular oid warriors, as they are called up here. The method of killing is in this manner:—Two or three horsemen go out armed with pistols and scour the scrub, the invariable resort of those animals in the daytime, and one which they only leaTe at night in order to get to the water. As soon as the bull catches sight of the horse men he makes ofl^ and they follow him at a respectful distance, say 60 or 60 yards. After he hss run about half-a-mile, he generally sticks up and charges. The horsemen get round him and take their stations at distances of from 30 to 50 cards, according to the quality of the horses. \Vith a good horse you can go somewhat nearer, when, if the animal charges, of course you must sheer of...

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

MIKING NOTES. Btporu et tha i »»*• Jwen ruM >7«UMi. *Ua^i>aitt»«ad ' m55( *rj?" Cbfl"OBOfimt,'•»1 - - «(*»£ SaUWaftMTOM •^hivtt tfO tou {«|*. Iw.ferMD.Mdites 3*1

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
M1NING AT TALBOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

M1NINCI AT TALBOT. Mining in (hit district It being otrrled on with increased activity, and although, owing to the larger companies being occupied In main driving, there have been few returns of any consequence, yet Irom the appearance j of the ground there it increased confidence I iu the resources of the district and a greater disposition for reining investment. The Oiiental Company declared a dividend of £10 per share for the week. The l'vrsevemnoe, the Black Ball, and Talbot Companies, £6 each per abate for tho same period. The Rocky Flat Paddock Company washed thirty eight ounces for the week. The Datliug Oompany have now driven enough to keep them blocking out for at least uinu months, and have gone through si ulf which, on being tried, gave «t the rate of two ouucvt |«r toad. fiBO liar boan offend and refused for a quarter share (out forty eighth) iu this company. The 'J'olhut Company will wash neit week, when it is cxprcted that the return will be worthy of the previous char...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXPLORATION IN THE CAPE HOWE COUNTRY. A NEW COLD-MELD.. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

EXPLORATION IN THE CAPE HOWE COUNTRY. A NEW COLD-RBLD. A repOlt, of which the following ii« copy, tu been received at the Oeolugioal Surrey office fiotn Mr. Norman Taylor, held geolo. glet, in cheige of the 8. E. Glppe Laud Beeeu* noheonod Party "Sir,—Owing to the feerful weather we heTrrnr^t*" "1*1 dining »■'■«ymr. I»« the ru»U* nurl bursh have been reodcreil quite imputable by the Uuuiemm amount of feileo timber end the loiten Mete of the ground; end couttqueutly 1 here not beeu aide to bt«p you inhumed of tuy prooeediage. 1 bete now the honour lo uo to, ru I em on a elation near the wmb-wcM end of the boun dary line, and a poet la nmle up note for jmabfltt • » • * « "The country bdowthe Mountain, w the dividing reuge la called, whicu >*g»retea toe nvurs ttc» icg to the eea, end Mm Manama count*y, or neAuuf the Snowy ftiret, hie bets U> euch * Booded and baggy condition that, alter repeated attempt! to Croat ii, I hare been driven back. Paokhonue ere tuolf, and 1 ehell hare ...

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

NEW GOLD-FIELDS BUSHES. Tbt following report* relative go ^ "ru8bee"lntbo Ifralhcole *nd OrenedUtrlots bono been received by the hon. the Minister of Mines:— "Blr,—I have the honoarto report to yon the diroonry of» now lead of gold, about nine milee Id a aeatcijy direotiou I rum this town ■bin, tear the Wild Duck Creek. "There are at pneent upwards of 160 miners at work on tbe rush, must «>f whom seem pro fitably employed end satisfied with the yietdl obtained. The gold, which ie of a coarse and heavy description, in found at from two to sit and seven feet from tboenrfabe: the staking being eary, through ol*r, on to a bottom*/ giavel miiei witli soft elate and deooopossd ■andttone; (lie >i<Jd varying from one to six ptbnvweiglits to the tub "ibe gully >« being actively prorpcetwl; and In almost every hole autkgold, iu greater — ■ found. or leer quantity, l:a« bee* found. Theruareat prevent about thirty payable clalou being worked. " I have further to report tba d...

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

«OBSERVER" ON TftE MEL BOURNE RACE& The opening meeting of the spring, with the form of the principal horses not yet disclosed in public, always present* especial difficulties in the way of Turf augury, and the vaticinations of the early spring may, in fact, turn out to be only "a mockery, a delusion, and a snare." But custom ia paramount; and I have so often faced the annual task with a satisfactory result, that, premising I adtable-taT owe much to stable-talk and table-talk, aa well as to some experience and oppor tunity of observation in the matter of which I treat, I proceed without further preface modestly to suggest the selec tions to which my fancy points. Thursday's business commences with the Maiden Plate, for which there are seven entries, six of whom am untried. Bt > trailge to say, there am no old hones entered, and five the nominations am young three-year-olds/ The Sign should be first favnunte, fibmhit rise and breed ing; but I think hisautumndisnoes will be...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAINING STABLES IN THE SPRING. No.V. THE CAULFIELD STABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

TRAINING STABLES IN THE SPRING. . No. y. THE CAULFIELD STABLES. The Caulfield raceoourse, situate about six miles fton Melbourne, affords facili- ; ties of their kind for giving horaea the greater part of the work neoeaaary in their preparations for the spring cam paign | for, if the course be aandy, and liable in a measure - to the objection that | it marimake some horses slow, it atleast-j has the advantage that it drains easily, and there is no deep holding mud. The ! locality eeems, besides, to be altogether one of those healthy spots where man and beast especially thrive; and here, with great judgement, three of the most suc cessful or the amateur trainers of race horses have taken up their quarters. The principal of these is the private establish ment of Mr. P. Dowling, which may be regarded aa the " Temple of the War hawks," since all the horses in training therein own that son of Epirua for their aire, and the showy-looking six-year- ! old 'Camden, in his day a stout and suc...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SKOOND DAY.— FRIDAY, NOVEMBER &. THE OAK STAKES, of 16 sove, each, with 100 added. vortinreeyear old fillies. St. each. One mile and a half, [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Bsoom Dat.—Fwoat, Kowan t. fU OAK STAKES, Of 16 aova. tech, with 100 added. Sjotdfcm «U fiUie*. Bki. each. Ona mUe and a VS.* Wr. Xcwlinfa Ir t OeatineUoe, tgr Wartmwk— ■M& twttvli tr< Mir tat, IrValwMir ■urjlli, TBI DEBUT *TAKM, Of 16*0v». eatfc, ulth 190 adds ' ' M.«U* M 16*0vf. eut.iriUi 190 add Com. OA Tlb.j: OwttUeandaMf. BowBn*^ fare Bo«buak, byrWutmjfc-.njUg .'■ *r. Oook,ib<;T!«etaf.bjWKb*wfc-Wffilil«»la». Mr. W. TrnMy1! eh ioireodollM, Vjr ludkawtr. riot Moulin Mr. p. jUUamafa fei-M fteortooa, lirTmnl* Mr alien. _ Mr, Hurtle Ffator'ebrc Tfa«81|n, 1|j Hyeiiiialii .^MlfaWfaOr.IMl tbi anna umnoar, Of lOCwt*. i 8 *on. entrance. One »»tl.and three-qoartera Mr.Jwwa^bbEbor.ern Mr. fieraert fe c Banker, I yn mt 9pjitjrkaHW|>iiii K*e«5SibTirf T—' " rrnwn«u^«firT.' tii iarra,»ji». iJiHlllmelnaUoa, I jri*.. B'-b A tftr("mr eweeMMAae* "S^ew. with 60 added. AboutthieemUoi(ot twiea round tbeoonme). Mr, Join's grcTorltalilrenieB, ami Mr.fl. Watson beCoraier...

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

MELBOURNE SPRING MEETING. Under the management of the Victoria Racing Club. Thuriday, Friday, and Satur day, 3rd, 4th, and 6th November, 1864. Stewards—Captain Standisb, Mextra. R. Golde brongh, H. C. Jeffrey*, G. Watson, and J. F. Magnire. Judge—Hr. J. G. Dougherty. The following nominations and acceptances hare been received for the raoea at the spring meeting of the Victoria Racing Club Finar Dat»—'Fhubsbay, Nov. 8. rax vaidbb flats, A sweepstakes of 6 son, with 60 aors added. Three years old, 7«t; four years, fat.; fin rear*, art. 81b.; six yean and aged, 9st 101b. Maiea allowed 61b.; gelding 81b. One mile and a half. Mr. Hurtle FUber'a bccTbe Sign, 8 yri. Mr. G. Watson's to t Bctberi, S its. Mr. D. ttobbucmle br fEffle Owns, A yn. Mr. C. Day's b ( Fawn, a yn. Ufa P. DowUb£*« farfiUnmlMSkOs 8 yn. Mi. Cook*# b c Heptane, 8 yn. Mr* Beeil Gt*?* br m Trout, 5 yn. THS ASCOT TALK BTAKS9, A Sweepstakes of 20 so vs., h. ft-, with 100 sors. added, for two-year-olds. Colts, 8sL 71b.: fill...

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

PROVINCIAL TURF. KiVEBiSA'a Cabeeb.—Tlie Parloral Timet commenting upon The Amtralaeian't first article upon "Turf Litigation" boa the following remarka. "We can assure our large contemporary that the age of Rirerina will be proved beyond a doubt, as we think, and that her owner, Mr. M'Kenzie, believes her to be the age he has given her in racing. From our many years' knowledge of Rirerina's owner, wc should think him to be one of the last men who would attempt to run any horse with its age mis-stated. Pendente lite, we cannot say snore. The trial will come off, we hear, about the 12th of November, at Mel bourne." Geelosg Tube.—A meeting of gentlemen interested in sporting matters waa held at the British Hotel on Saturday afternoon, for the purpose of making the preliminary arrange ments for the Geelong Annual Bace Meeting of 1865. Mr. P. M'Douald waa voted to the chair. On the motion of Mr. Haimes, se conded by Mr. Holmes, Mr. 3. M. Main was appointed secretary for the ensuing meet...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THIRD DAY. —Saturday, NoV. 5. THE PRINCE OF WALES' STAKES, A sweepetakes of 20 sovs., ft., for two-year olds. Colts, 8st, 7th,: filies, 8st. 2th. The winner of the Ascot Vale stakes to carry [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

Tbibd Day.—Saturday. Not. 6. TUB PBIBCB or WAIK BTUM, A iweciwmltc* of 20 ton., h. ft, for two-year olda. Celta, Sat. 71b.; filUee. 8at. 21b. The winner of Un ASoot Vale 8tttei to carry 7lb. extra. Three smarter* of a mile. Mr. Hurtle Fisher's far < Hibernian's Daughter. Mr. t>. Robinson's br f Maidstone. Mr. WaUodrt be Druid. Mr. Waldocfc'i far c Marqula. TBS SPBIKO BTERPLICHABE. A handicap eweepetakea of IObovb., h. ft, with 160 added. About three mile®, Mr. i'. D. Wood's b g Bsanfint, fi yn, ISst. Mr. Leanaonth's b g Ingieside. aged, Uit Mr. Reran** b g Vandyke, aged, list. Mr. O. Watsons b g Lengbow, 6 yn, lOsL 19b. Mr. Beran'a cb g Ouy Fiwkff, aged, ltet, 101b. Mr. Cbinsryfabg Mormon, flyn, lOrt. 61b. Mr. DnranregrgBlueaUn, Oyn, 10*t 61b. Mr. C. Day's gr g Baron, aged, lOsk Mr. 0. Watson's b g Coroner, 6 yn, 9sL 101b. Mr. Tacker'i b g Banger, 6 yn, Hat. lfalb. THE VICTORIA PLATS, A eweeuAakee of 10 bote, each, with 200 Added: for aQ honea. Three yn old, Sat. 71b.;...

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

TELEGRAMS. ARARAT, BatcbDAT. Mr. M'Lellen, ML. A, «u fined £5 in the police-court today, for using aborire lau guege. The caw earned lutenw excitement. Notice of appeal hw been lodged. The Bench consisted of Mr. J. G, Taylor, P.M. end Mr. J. Wllley.J.P. SYDNEY, 'Satctrdat. In the Legislative Awembly last night three witnesses wtre examined with referenoe to the charge aga'nat Mr, Hilroyd. Mr. Hol royd wee afterwards examined, and the cue cloud. Proceeding*, stand atjoutoed until Wcdn'sdsy, In order that the evidence tdv he printed. The charge of direct bribery Is not proved. The affair looks very suspicious, and is likely to damage the Ministry. A report Is current that tho police nave captured one of Hall's gang on ton Hurrom bldgee, and conveyed him to Forbes. The down mall from Braid wood was robbed yeshrday morning, near Ooulburn. The driver of the southern mall has been . arretted, charged with the robbery of letters fonnd near Berrima. 1 ' The Bombay tailed at two Obtoek, with...

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

BALLARAT MINES. Mmn. J&mn Smith, Oroyle, OMhia, Waller KiLgwtj, lBtchborn, and James Uiktr, iUUaiwt, report u fot* lo«i :— BiUAtAT, Salunby Evening.—Hie effect tall, dfwlrd In the mUuvtok>o uf scrip to new being realtoed in the numerou* umnoctknn ibM have taken piece tlito week, end U*e unali amounto Involved therein. It I* difficult iw« to utoposo «f Urge parroto to one purchaser, it there appean to m it pre* •ent en «aiUre auK*oe ou the part of the puerile of en Indinetivo to apecoiai*; wd, a* Jobber* ate now mure reedy, by nns-teaed ••peneooe, to be aattoflwl with lam profit* the uurkot i» more imfiljr supplied when e <Wnand tfttw thaa it was mom taetvc month* ago. HibUtt exeepuvu of tee Head of Hope, prices juualn pretty wjh the tamo e* lest teetl qnuteUoni. At we tinted in car lest report, the supply o' into company • er.p oew from Met* bourne to local purvkieto, end thto bee been Utf ceiuo of the tate tetnpurwiy depraukn; but bftto c lately npon it fwnomi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, OCT.24. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

■ •««*/»«» Jafei-i.^'? Sta CMlfuroUm floor m8W Oooisoarey;* He lobbed four peraena who were pueeogera In tkecoarh, and llfled thetnailbagt Ben Hell and hU mate, Gilbert, had prerioady robbed two traTellere near'Gonlborn. Captain Patullo, of the Led? Young, died on Sunday lwt, on the paaiags from Mel bourne to Sydney. BYDHBY, Oar. 28. The Warrior, from Hong Hong, bound for Melbourne, baa put In here abort of pro vidona. She hrlng« l,209 paclciigea of tea and ! ■ general cargo. The Warrior brlngianu'U- { berof OhincM ra*engeta for Melbourne. She i fai oonaigned to Hong Meng and Oa 1

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRE CREVILLS AND BIRD ([?] [?]). VICTORIA. WANGARATTA, OCT.26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

m «U YtUM UD VICTORIA. WANQMUTrA. Oct. 91 ■ SliFnutdfUor ■ W« "MW .jBN»W*iwte4 oaita • -Urosnkble 1mm*» f r»<3tctfcn> wb toofc t«H W<«r,'

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, OCT. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Oot. 24. The Alp Murray, from London, was boarded by Beveral officers from the Coo federate war steamer Florida,- on- Sep tember 8, whilst In let, 4° 26' N., Ion. 28° 46' W. They partook of Britiih Tios pltality; and afterwards several of the paastngeis from the Murray went on board the Florida, where they were moet hospitably entertained by the commander, Captain Mor rison. The vi ael remained In company for a considerable time, nntil a strange sail being detcried, the Florida left the Murray and made for it. Thomas Neville, aZtoa ■'Bunylp/'who psr sonated Mr. Chariee IIact'a son aome time at Cawler, has left for Melbourne. The 6ea Blpple brings sixty-one steerage passengers from Western Australia. . ADELAIDE, Oct. 26. Wheat rales hare taken place at 9s. 86. The Government send home by the out going mail for 100 soldiers, to proceed to the Northern Territory. A private letter re ceived here reports the discovery of gold in the Northern Territory. There ar...

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

NEWS OF TOWN AND COUNTRY". Tbo BeVarat ftsr reports ii follows"A ouiioat cms was heard on Thursday, In the District Polioe Court (Tones e. Poritr aid«* other), fat attempting to defraud by using • prime tnrie mask—to wit, XXX—claimed lip the plaintiff ai Us exclusive tight. Both paiticf an coffee roaeWt The plaintiff commenced business In BaUarat about tea pen ago, and adopted XX at the brand for hit finest ooffet. The defendants, who started In the trade two peats ago. choce the same brand, bat being spoken to, afterwards adopted XXX, being one X more, for their finest coffee. The plaintiff brought bit notion under the 6th section of the Trade Mark Statute, reeently ptawd by theLegislsture; and on the provision* therein contained, and also on numerous authorities on the subject ar reported in the Lao Timet, laid claim to lb letter X, or any number thereof, Corn coffee brand. The defence est op vm that XXX and XX srero distinct brands altogether, and that therefore there of the etat...

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