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COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
COLLINGWOOD. Thomas Enabling, SI Qme-fcUcot, Fitzroy, snrgeon. Charles Jnrdine Dsn, 100 Oxford-street, East Colling wood, mason. George Barker, Victoria-parade, Fitzroy, gentleman. Graham Bony, Smith-street, Fitnroy, jour nalist John Edwards the yoongar. Brans wick street, Fitzroy, solid tor.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL CRIMINAL SITTINGS. THURSDAY, OCT. 27. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Williams.) THE CASE OF GEORGE MILLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Thcbsdat, Oct. 27. (Before bis Honour lir. Justice Wfflimma.) THE CASE OF OBOBOE MILLAR. George Miliar appeared to take' hit trial on the chugs of fraudulent insolvency. Mr. Adamson, with whom was Mr. Daw son. prosecuted for the Crown. Mr. Ireland, Q.C, Mr. Fellows, and Mr. Lawcs were for the defence. On the charge being read over, a plea of " Not Guilty" was recorded for the defendant. Mr. Dawson opened the case. The drat witness called was Henry Bnshwortb, clerk in the Insolvent Court, who produced the order nisi, dated the 20th of May, and the order absolute, dated June 16, as well as a number of other papers connected with the proceedings in the Insol vent Court. Mr. iBELtKD raised a point of law regarding the insufficiency of the affidavit as to the eer vioe of the summons, lie cited a case In point, The Queen e. Atom and another. It was understood that the point wonld be afte rward* dealt with. Bobert taMInw, farmer, Bollean, near Hei d...
EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
EAST MELBOURNE. Ambrose Kyte, 147 Bourke-street east, gen tleman. Ed vard Cohen, 36 Little Collins street west, roercbant. David Wcmysa Jobson, Klcholson-etreet, Collingwood, anrgeon. Butler Cole Aipioall, SL Kllda. barrUterat law. Alfred Elliott, Melbourne, broker.
NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
NORTH MELBOURNE. William levers, 101 Cardigan-street, oom mifsion agent. Patrick Phelan, Spring-park, .'near Ejsen don, fanner. William Robinson, Melbourne, Parlia mentary agent. John Gonlaon Burtt, Melbourne, importer. Stephen Donoran, Fitrrojr, gentleman.
THE SHARE MARKET.' [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
THE SHAKE MARKET.' Henro. Baillie and Batten report as fol low*:— . The stock end share market ha* been tolerably active, National Bank stock i* scarce. Anatnhalan Inannnce la fa good demand at 81a .Sonthere In surance at ffit ; holder* ask 30*. .Ballarat, Colling - wood, and Caelong Gas are in blr re jueat. Hobaon's Bay Bailway are tinner. The extamdon or time for applications for the Pastoral Association has brought In fresh applications. Mining baa a larger share of attention. From the Bow of Denmark, Gaffaey'f Cheek, accounts are favourable; the mine la now la full work, under a competent manager; the tonnel la being driven, and good atone b being got eat. Shane In the Beault Company, Carngbam, oontlnue to more. Catherine Beat United have been aaked for aftera period of dolneat. , Columbian Beef are wanted at yesterday's prioee. Arrangements are being made for purchasing the imimeany (dent. Oread Junction, Maldoo, are wanted at 81a. to 23a. Nelson Beef are offered at 12a., fauyo...
THE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
THE GENERAL ELECTION. Tho candidates nominated for thole elec toral districts which stand in the third class will be formally declared to-day, at noon. The districts are—West Melbourne, East Melbourne, North Melbourne, Emerald hill, Saudridge, Williamstown, CoUingwood, Richmond, St Kllda, Brighton, the East Bourke Boroughs, the Murray Boroughs, Geelong East, Geelong West, BallaratEait Bal llaret West Kilmore, the Kyneton Boroughs, Csstlemalne,Sandhurst Belfast,Warrnambool, and Portland. The districts of Emerald-hill, Sandiidge, Williamstown, Brighton, East Bourke Boroughs, Murray Boroughs, Kilmore, Kyneton, Belfast, Warrnambool, and Port land return each one member; Oastlematne and CoUingwood return each three members; and every other district in the list has to choose two members. The polling In every case of a contest will take place on Thursday next, the 8rd of November. The period for receiving nominations—according to theToth section of the new Electoral Law—closed with the ter...
RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
Thomas Paraonp, of the Temple, and 53 Boarke-etreet W'eet, Melbourne, barrister-at lt*. Jamea Oooddl Francis, King-street, Met bourne, merchant. Archibald Baird Wardrop, Bichmond, ac countant. Philip Johnson, Richmond, aoiicitor.
ST.KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
John Branacombe Crewe, Prahran, auc tioneer. Thomas Henry Lempriere, St Hilda, auc tioneer. Archibald JHchle, Alma-road, St Kilda, barrister-at-law. William Petenon, Bull itreet, St Eilda, merchant Francis John Sidney Stephen. High-street, Prahran, solicitor.
PORT PHILIP HEADS. [BY ELECTRIO TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVED. — OCT. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
PORT PHILIP HEADS, Reine D'Aojou, ship, from Calcutta. Oct. 27. Gulrare, brig, put bade. Swallow. schooner, put back. EJlobeth, schooner, put back. Mayflower, schooner, put bade. Rebecca, schooner, from Newcastle. Villa Eugenie, barque, from Coringa. Drorer. brig, from Newcastle. i*dy Robiliiard, scboouer, put back. Juan Rattray, barque, from New York. Electric, ship, from Sydney. Hannah Nicholson, barque, from Calcutta. Alexandra, schooner, from Adelaide. Anna Maria, brig, from Newcastle Sailsd.—Oct. *28. Royal Shepherd, as., for Port Albert. Gothenburg, s.b., for Otago.
LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. Three days later from Auckland have been 1 received vid Newcastle. The New Zealand Government have sent the families of the Waihato militia to Narru whia. Mr. Blandfoid, of Auckland, is the success ful tenderer for the Drury Railway. The pilsoners at Omahare are becoming bolder every day. They have frequently entered the settlers' house?, demanding food, &c., and enforced their demands by present ing loaded pistols at the heads of the white people. They haTr also given all the settlers warning to leave the place. General Cameron has countermanded the orders to despatch troops for Taranaki, as an outbreak in Waikato is honrly expected. The General Assembly has been snmmoued to meet at Wellington on the 15th No vember. ADELAIDE, Thursday. The Government Intend to apply by the mail to the home authorities for a small force of military for the northern settlement. The Alexandra sailed from Glenelg at two o'clock. Mr. Bakewell, solicitor, is a passen ger. ...
TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. QUEENSOLIFE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
'JHSLEGIiAi'HIC DESPATCHES. QtTJEENS CLIFF. Fudu, .jtpemugiaeaM of tbs iojwy to her meet, f , v Abe Setae d'AnJeto aoeeto XfilboanM. f?." ' •*, OTSIKy. Txoisdit. tetegruaeteteitiutWUIbua end foha Carter here been conrfcted ..: rfm eml netenoad to dceth.;' ABOMbaref#4|iets ew Jetting tiwX,ieb ^;k^Sp£oa««eUn*. dlggta*. tttbe jBeiA >tf Koe fiotttb Welti Jut negt "J'|tf»iB>»opee\MoB do ideoe nldlttoptl ehenw !* *^*1 Kr. ': ^ V-" ■ " 4*1*. Mat 1«) beta. «M. (tear. V- -JBiriciHOTi tmui. &lt; AaeanblfdeoUedle* nlgU i$hi fiakertirtt sot BMnfengdeUta Wdejr on the question of celling for farther evi dence. Mr. Arnold, who tni absent from illness la$t night, assrrted that the House de cided before the evidence was concluded, and while a motion was on the paper for the production of documentary evi dence which would completely have proved the charge, and contradicted Dr. Htmilton'B evidence. The Speaker ruled that a further consideration of the case was not a matter of privilege, ...
COMMERCIAL. Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864
COMMERCIAL. Thursday Ermine. The arrivals to-day include the Joan Battiay, from New Sork, and the Villa Eugenic, from Coring*, Bay of Bengal. The former brings 41 half-tiercw, 139 kegs, 516 cipoo, 840 three-quarter boxes, and 100 boxes of tobacco, and 1,882 barrels of flour; the latter has 1,432 bags of rice, together with ether Indian produce. The Hannah Nicholson, from Calcutta, telegraphed as at the Heads, had not reached the bay at the time our re port left. We are informed that the quantity of rice she has on hoard is about 2)0 tons. She also brings castor-oil, which was sold, to andye, some time ago. The Seine d'Aojou, from Calcutta, with rice, reported in this morning's issue as having pat in at the " Heads, has been ordered round to Sydney. According to a telegram in another column, however, she has sprang her foremast, and the captain considers her unfitted to proceed •gain to sea until repaired. Business trans .actions to-day have been confined to auction sales. Country or...