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BOWEN, OR PORT DENISON, NORTHERN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

BOWEN. OR PORT DENISON, NORTHERN QUEENSLAND. It is only a few years ago that this town was founded, or indeed that its site was discovered. It is now the largest in Northern Queensland, and aspires to considerable commercial impor tance. Mr Rayner's Almanac gives the following description of the place :— ' The town is remarkably well laid out, and has every capability of becoming at no distant date quantity of firstrate agricultural land along the banks of the Don. The town is at present badly supplied with water, but it has been for some time in contemplation to lay pipes from the River Don into Bowen, which can be done at no very great expense. There is a large extent of pastoral country, of which Bowen is the natural port. There has not as yet been much agricultural enterprise exhibited, the principal step in that direction being the cul tivation of a sugar plantation belonging to the Bowen Sugar Company (Limited), which was formed in 1866. During 1867 Mr. D. Bell brought land in...

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ROBERT LEWIS JOHN ELLERY, F.R.A.S. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1868

ROBERT LEWIS JOHN ELLERY, F.RJLS. Mr fillery -was born at Crawley, in Surrey, in 1827* Left to his own resources at an early sge in consequence of his father's death, he chose his father's profession, that of a surgeon. He passed tho five years then prescribed by law as an apprentice or articlod pupil to his and*, who had continued his father's practice. During hit) apprenticeship and subsequently he prosecuted his studies at the London hospitals. After the completion of his medical curriculum, he devoted himself to medical practice in London till 1851, when he left for this colony. He had early taken a liking to practical astronomy and meteorology, and sought relaxation from bis medical studies and work in those branches of science. He mado himself acquainted with most of the principal observatories in England, in some of which he occasionally worked as an amateur. His resolution to come to this colony was in some considerable measure influenced by a hope that he might have better ...

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

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.                 BIRTHS.               BENNETT.-On the 26th March, at the Foresters'     Arms, Coimadai, the wife of Mr Wm. Bennett, of a daughter.                   BADE.-On the 3rd inst., at her residence, Sturt-     street, Ballarat, Mrs. M. Bade, of a son. BAIRD.-On the 31st March, at Mair-street, Ballarat,   the wife of J. K. Baird, of a son.     BROWN.-On the 4th inst., at 26 Hotham terrace,   Geelong, the wife of Thomas Brown, Tuppal Station, N.S.W., of a son.     BOLDNER.-On the 6th inst., at Vincent-street, Day- &a...

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A JAVANESE VILLAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

A JAVANESE VIL LAGE. In Java the villages have a greater air of cleanliness and com fort about them than strangers are prepared to expect, and present to the unaccustomed eye a sight tbat is as interesting as it is novel. Tho Btreeta are wide and well kept, and the houses . constructed upon a uniform plan. The environs are almost always occupied by coffee gardens, each, plantation being; fenced in with a closely oat hedge of the scarlet hibiscus, ?whioh grows in great luxuriance. The vil lage shops present a considerable variety of contents. On ono side 70a may see a curious collection of hats of all colors and sizes, ranging in dia meter from one foot nnd a half to three feet, but all having the usual chnraerictslio shape of an iuverted washing basin. These hats are constructed of bamboo, tho out side ? being [covered with a thick coating of varnish, that ren ders them qnito im pervious to rain, and enables tho wearer to dispense with nu um brella. The drapers' shops exhibit' chint...

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EARLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

early;closing association. The first aunual meeting of the Early Closing Association, held at. St. George's Hall on 4th inst., was '- numerously attended. In the absence of his. Worship the'; Mayor, who was absent 'through indisposition, the hon.. Jamep Service presided. The speakers were the Very - Rev. the Dean, the ' Rev. Messrs Symons and Bear, Drs. Blair and Girdlestone, and Messrs Enoch Taylor and Douglas. Apolo gies for non-attendnnce were read from the hon. the Attorney-General, Dr. Brownless, the Town Clerk of Melbourne, on behalf of the Mayor, and from other gentlemen. The follow ing is the annual report : — *''? ?'?.- - ''The committee have much pleasure in submitting to their friends their first annual report. The society was' formed in the month of December, 1866, by' pprsonB engaged in retail business pur suits, for the purpose of promoting an as-' sooiatod effort' to obtain the lessening of what ?\vob considered in many cases to bo an un necessary and excessive number...

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GLASS MAKING IN NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

GLASS-MAKING IN NEW SOUTH, WALES ' It is pleasant to hear of the success whibh has already attended the establishment of a glass manufactory in New South Wales. Tho Sydney Herald reports progress as follows: — 'Tho short period withiri'whioh the buo cess likely to attend the manufacture of glass _ in this colony has been* tested seems to have inspired almost general confidence that it will eventually prove, an extensive arid valuable in dustry. While it is probable that for many years to come we shall -be dependent upon the* elder countries of the northern hemisphere for thoso articles in 'the production of whioh any cbpsidorablo'amouiit of artistic skill and com plicated mechani?al appliances' are required, there aro 'undoubtedly-, -.many descriptions ' oi glassware, and those the moat largely' in' de mand, which our resources will enable us to supply at a remunerative fate even'iri free - competition with' imports. 'For these advan tages we a^e indebted to inexhaustible stores ±:?...

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THE HON. WILLIAM BAYLES, M.L.A. J CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

THE HON. WILLIAM ... BAYLEj^, .MiL.i. CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS^ Mr Bayles was born at.,; ttib v,smd\| country town of Hunderthwaite,, , in , tlip North Riding of Yorkshire, in -.the^yeav 1820, so that lie is now in his fortv eighth year. His father was a yeoman or gentle man farmer, and traced his descent from a family of French refugees who seittled in the country many years previously. , , Inil846i , Mr.vBayles left England tojoinsoiao relatives in. T^smanii-j and carried on business in Xiaunpestou, Until the discovery of gold. .in. .Victoria.: in, 1852J when he came to Melbourne,; and commenced business in the shippingarid intercolonial trade. Ho continued in aotiye mercantile pursuits un til 1865,. when he relinquished thorn to follow; a more public career. A\- the. annual election of city councillors in. 1861, Mr; Bayles wis .re turned for Lonsdale Ward, which he has con tinued ? to represent ever. ,% since. : iTho estimation in whioh he v/ai ,,held by hiij fellow townsmen...

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MOUNT BULLER [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

MOUNT BULLER Is certainly the prominent fea ture., amongst tho grand Alpine scenery by whiok Mansfield is sur- ? rounded. . It was discovered by Sir Thomas Mitchell during his memor . able expedition; more than thirty years ago, when the first exploration of the greater part of the Victorian territory, -was accomplished. On obtaining a distant glimpse of this snow-capped mountain, the great 'Australian explorer bestowed nponit ' the honored name of a man who, in the British Parliament, was long a friend and champion of the colonies. Though Sir Thomas Mitchell was the first to see this mountain, Dr. P. Mueller, the celebrated botanist, was the first adventurer to reach its top, which he did thirteen years ago. Mount Boiler is the most western culminating point of the Australian Alps, and although its elevation is nt least a thousand feet less than Mount Hotham, ~ in the , centre of the system of the Victorian .Snowy Mountains, and of Mount . Kosciusko, in New South Wales, it fullv ri...

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THE HON. MICHAEL O'GRADY M.L.A., MINISTER OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

THE HON. MIOHAEIi PJGeI^)^;. M.L'iA.; MINISTER OF PUBLtC .WORKS: :; Mr O'Grady is a native of ^the County Koscommon, in Ireland, and ^ is. ^ at j present forty-three years of age. He arrived inuYipi toria in 1856, for the purpose of establishing a branch of the European Assurance r.Sooipty. Residing in Hawthorn, he soon took part in local affairs, and continued as chairman of tiio Boroondara District Road Board for several years?, until the municipality: of [Hawthorn was proclaimed. Of theHawthorir Borough Conn oil he was twice chairman, and is still a, mem ber. He presided over the conference of dele gates from tho various municipalities held. a few years ago in Melbourne,: for, the,pnrpos/j of Buggestiag improvements in ... ,the ..M»i- ? nioipalities Act; and ??_?; he .was idehtj..; fied.,,(, with .the district ,?..,; road ; boards in their efforts to obtain practical .legislation. Chiefly to these circumstances, ? his practical capacity, and active business habits,,; may be attri...

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THE MITCHELL FALLS ON THE MMAIVOR GREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

THE MITCHELL P.ALLS ON THE MTVOB GREEK. Amongst the pictures exhibited in our Na tional Gallery are several by colonial artists, and one of these we have made the subject of an engraving in this number. The artist is Mr Van Der Houten, who has been a resident inthe coleny for fifteen years, and has been employed most of the time as a tenohor of drawing in many of our principal schools. Tho scene represented is a waterfall on the M'lvor —a creek ? flowing through an extensive tract, of airtaferous country, which has been worked since, the commencement of gold digging in the colony. The subject is well handled ; the idea of sunset, tho light and shade, the transparency of the waterfall being brought out effectually, and the trees being distinctly recognisable by the' peculiarities of their foliage. Since its exhibition in the .picture gallery of the Fublio Library the original painting has been regarded by the public as a faithful representation of one of those peculiar but charming l...

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THE HON. DUNCAN GILLIES, M.L.A., MINISTER OF LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

THE HON. DUNCAN GILLIES, M.L.A., MINISTER OF LANDS. v Mr Gillies was bom in the neighborhood, of Glasgow about 1832, and is the son of a farmer or gardener in a respectable position pecuniarily and otherwise. He was^rought up in a com mercial house, baring received an excellent education at one of the parochial schools of tha country. Mr Gillies was on Ballarat in .4H0 early dayB, but had left for Melbourne befarf the Eureka outbreak. He returned to Ballavat and, becoming a permanent resident, he was; on a vacancy occurring in the second ' Lpoal Court,' elected to represent advanced opinions in mining matters by the miners of.,Sebasi;ppoli at tho time the frontage bj s torn t had been started .and advocated by Messrs . Baker, and Bacon, and a division existed as to, the advan tage or disadvantage of large or email claims. The new ideas were represented bv four. Messrs Baker, Gillies, Yates and another, and the old notions by five members of the loal court, of whom the chief were P. ...

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CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, PARK. HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

CHURCH OP THE IMMACULATE CON CEPTION, GRACE PARK, HAWTHORN. The design, by Messrs Crouch and Wilson, of Melbourne, was selected from about twelve or thirteen which were submitted in competi tion. It belongs to the decorated period of Gothio architecture, and exhibits a church 119 feet long, and 53 feet 6 inches wide, compris ing nave, aisles, transept, chancel, lady chapel and vestry, and tower and spire. The whole building, when completed, is calculated to afford accommodation for nearly one thousand worshippers. The width of the nave is 24 feet from centre to centre' of columns, which sup port a clerestory roof, rising to tho height'of 51:feot 6 inches from the. finished floor line; The transept is 24 feet wide, and 54 feet long, in the dear between the walls.; the i chancel, 28 feet wide and 80 feet deep jliidy 'chapel, 12: x 20; vestry, jnearly same size. No less than five distinct and ample entrances have been provided, by means of which the congregation can be cleared in a ver...

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THE HON. EDWARD LANGTON, M.L.A., TREASURER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

THE HON. EDWARD LANGTON, M.L.A., TREASURER. Mr Langton was, a few years ago, a member ef tho firm of Messrs. E. and D.. Langton, butchers, Gollingvrood. ' Owing to ill health lie quitted the business and established himself as an accountant and commission n gent in the city. Possessing some fluency as a speaker, ho identified himself with the Free Trade interest at the time the M'Oullooh Ministry revised the Tariff with a view to the encouragement of native industry. In connection with tho Victo rian Association, he was- entrusted with the editorship of a -weekly journal entitled the Spectator, advocating Free Trade principles, but the speculation proved a failure, and it was .ultimately abandoned. Since that period Mr Langton has continued to practice tho profes * sion of an accountant and commission agent. He entered Parliament as a Free. Trade candi date for East Melbourne in 1866, polling nineteen votes more than the Protectionist candidate. At the general election which has rec...

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RACHEL GOING TO THE WELL.—FROM A DRAWING IN THE VICTORIA GALLERY OF ART.—SENT PAGE 12. RACHEL GOING TO THE WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

' R; A O E K L ' ? GS- O I N G- T Q THE W E L L. — rno?r A m.vrriva jn th*) victohian oai.i.ery op aut. — rek rAGB 12. RACHEL GOING TO THE WELL. With the permission of those in charge of our Victorian Gallery of Art at the ' Public Library we present to onr readers on engra ving of a picture which appears to be a favo rite with the greater number of visitor . The subject is Raohel, and the artist is Francis Goodall, who enjoys a high reputation amongst English painters. The picture is what is Sailed a ' replica,' a copy by the artist him self of one which he had previously painted. The Jewish maiden is represented (in a three fourths figure) descending the steps of a well to draw water. She carries on her loft shoul der a pitcher, supported above by her right hand grasping it by the orifice, and below by her left placed beneath it, and relieving her shoulder of part of its load. The face is of the true Eastern type of beauty, and the out line of the figure is almost faultlessly draw...

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OUR CONTEMPORARY AND OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

OUK CONTEMPORARY ^ND OURSEL.VJES.' ' [FROM OUR TOWN UDITION OF APlUt 25.] Our readers aro iwaro tjiat for some timo past wo' h'avo had' to cpntond- with' a^spocies of coinpetitioii on tho part^'oi' our'contomporary, tho 'Melbourne Post, which is ' hardly ifair or justifitablo, oven on tho ground of sharp prac tice. In our last two 'issues' re'adera htty'p' no doubt observed a notice respocting dates of publication',' iii which' reference was made to repeated hreacho's of agroomont. ' Jyo may say thai in issuing that nbtico wehopeel thai' it would sufuco to'stimulatefour contemporary to a iietter-ob'Bcrvanco of tho principles of )ioiior able dealing than he had' been in tho habit of manifesting. Wo hivyo' boon disappqinlod iii our expectation; and we arosorry to say that we have now to complain of something worse than breach of agreomont. As if to showhiH coiitempt'fpr the'disjosition that would placo rejianoe on the supposition of his '' being amenable to d^onse ofhdiior, etir conte...

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THE HON. MORGAN AUGUSTUS M'DONNELL, M.L.A., ATTORNEY-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

THE HON. MORGAN AUGUSTUS M'DON NELL, M.L.A., ATTORNEY- GENERAL. Mr M'Donnell was born in London in 1822. He was educated at St. Kdinond's College, Old Hall Green, Hertfordshire, a college celebrated for the scholars that have studied beneath its time-honored roof. Mr McDonnell was for some time (a pleader on the Home Circuit, having been called to the bar in 1854. It is worthy of mention; as a peculiar coincidence, that the present Lord Chancellor, who has only recently attained the woolsack, was Mr M'Donnell's leader on oircuit. In 1864, Mr M'Donnell arrived in Victoria; and in February of that year was called to the colonial bar. Almost a stranger in the colonv. he has been orndunllv working his way into an extensive praotioe, his courteous bearing, and sociable character winning for him numerous friends, both pablio and private At the general elections last January, Mr M'Donnell stood for Villiers and Heytesbury in the Opposition interest. He avowed himself in opposition to the M...

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THE BOGONG RANGES. THE BOGGONG RANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

THE B 0 G 0 N G EANGES. -PBOH A PEATVIXa Br X. 'cnETAUEB.— SEE PAOE 13. THE BOG0NG , RANGES. In the Omeo dis trict is a remarkable range of mountains known as the Bo gong, extending from tho main dividing range, near the town ship of Livingstone, in a north-west direc tion, through a broken ountry, for about fifty, miles. These mountains, which are entirely of granite for mation, present an ex ceediugly rugged and preoipitous aspect. Mnny of the peaks attain an elevation of Bix or seven thousand * feet, and are covered with snow. during the whole of the year. The lower portions aro densely timbered with gigantic euca lypti, mimosa and ferns of great size and beauty. The dis trict occupied by these ranges and their purs is pastoral and mining; there is no agriculture to speak of, there being, no land fit for it except a few patches. The ? diggings, which are ' - chiefly alluvial, ex tend for miles - along tho bnnkn of several' creeks, and some of them are r'.ch, espe cially tlioso of...

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THE SLADEN MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

THE SLADEN MINISTRY. ' As soon as. the new Administration was formed we set to work on the portraits of the eight gentlemen who oomposo it, and by dint of strenuous effort we have succeeded in pro duoing them in time for publication in the pre sent issue. For the portraits we are indebted to photographs 'by Mr Batohelder, Mr Frith, and Mr De Balk. THE SLADEN MINISTRY. . l.- ...... I .,, - ,- , ► , rx t THE HON. MOBQAN AUGUSTUS M'DONNEU., M.L.A., ATTORNBX-aHNERAL. ' XHSiHON. THOMAS HOWARD PBLLOWB, M.L.A., MINISTER, OF JUSTIOH. THBjHON. EDWARD LANQTON, H.Xi.A., TREASURED, ^ ^ ,._ . ' ' ' ' 1 1 - ? 1 n ' ' - I ' '-- THE BON. DUNOAN ailiUEB, M.L.A., UINISTBR OF; LANDS. { _ TBB HON. WHJUAU BAYZiSB, M.L.A., OHIBP ' COMMISBION^n 07 CUSTOMS. * ' ', ' ' i i ' ! THE HON.0HAIUJ5S 8LADHN, M.L.O., OHDBV BBOBETABY. ' \ ? j\'^'- J ' '-' ' THE HON. OEOBQB BBISOOB XEBVBBD, M.ZiU., MINIBTHR OF, MINK«. THE HON. UIOHABL O'aRADY, M.L.A., MIHIOTHR 01* PUBIiIO WORKS. . l.- ...... I .,, - ,- , ► , rx t THE...

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THE HON. THOMAS HOWARD FELLOWS, M.L.A., MINISTER OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

?i ? ?? -?-... THE HON. THOMAS HOWARD FELLOWS, -? M.L.A.. MINISTER OF JUSTICE. Mr Follows arrived hero in May, 1858, having in tho preceding November been ad- ? mittod a member of tho Society of the Middle Tomplo. At that period the Melbourne bar - could boast of very few members, and Mr ? . Fellows at once dropped into a loorative prao tioe. Unlike, many, however, who ovm * temporary success to the paucity of competi tors for . business, Mr Fellows has sustained .hiB reputation, and is recognised as the ablest pleader in the colony. His practice is under stood to be the largest', and bo lucrative that i£ 'would be a pecuniary sacrifice for him to give it up for a Minister's portfolio. A mem ber of the Assembly first of all, and then of the Council, Mr. Fellows has transferred: him self to the Assembly again. Ho was suc cessively Solioitorand Attorney- General, Post master-General, and is now Minister of Justine. In politics his career has been rather unsatis factory. : . Though, co...

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ANOTHER NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 16 May 1868

ANOTHER NEW INDUSTBY. The manufacture of the American broom, a very useful and therefore indis pensable domestic article, is now engaging the attention of several enterprising colonists; That such an industry, like others; introduced in Victoria since the inauguration of the existing tariff, will add to the prosperity of tho colony is evident from the fact that in the manufac ture of nearly 3,000,000 brooms' sent here yearly from America, over 500 men and boys will find perman ent employment and good wages. It is fortunate that to success fully launch this undertaking a large amount of capital is not necessary ; . and that tho article in its raw state can be disposed of to advantage in various ways. It was with the in tention of commencing to manu facture the' Anitrioan broom, that Mossrs Robert S. Paterson and Stout, . who havo been engaged for many years in the trade in America, do- ? termined, about two years ago, to import the seed and grow the plant. Accordingly, a piece of lan...

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