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GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

GOLD SHIPS. The following are the gold ships which have sailed since our last summary :- — Sailed. Ship. Destination. ' Ounces. Mar. 25 Northam . . . Point de Galle . . 72,119 „ 31 Royal Standard.. London .. 18,104 April 1 Alexandra ..Sydney .. 4,703 „ 6 City of Melbourne Sydney .. 14,307 „ 11 Weilosley ..London .. 4,238 „ 11 Alexandra .. Sydney .. 547 Total for the month . . . . 114,018 ? Previous shipments for the year . . 319,559 Total for the year . . . . . . 433,577 . WOOL SHIPS. Tho following . vessels have sailed with wool during the month : — ? » . . Sailed.' Ship. : ' Destination. Boles. Mar. 31 Royal Standard.. London .. '530 April 9 Nimrod ; ..London .. .1,160 „ 11 Wellesley ..London .. 134 Total for the month . . . . . . 1,824 Previous shipments . . . . . . 43,815 Total for tho year ? 45,339

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND. THE OKITIKI RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

NEW ZEALAND. | '. THE OKITIKI RUSH. ' ~ The intelligoncQ from, this rnsli is to the 20th March, and the accounts are very conflicting. ; The Canterbury Press of the 18th says : — ' News reached Christcliurch overland from the West Coast, yesterday, by a, man who returned from tho dig gings. Food .was plentiful, all the steamers having got over tho bar. Oats, however, are- reported at 20s a bushelj there being no natural horse-feed. The gold escort was met on the lower Teremakau, and expected to get to the.Okitiki on Monday night. The men were much knocked up, and tho commis sioner was of opinion that to return by that route was impossible. Tho yield of gold is described as good, hut tho difficulty in prospecting fresh country, owing to tho density of the bush, was very great. The following extracts from a letter received on .Wednesday, by a resident in Christcliurch, from a friend who loft some time ago for the West Coast, havo been handed to us for publication. It was written from ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VESSELS SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

VESSELS - SAILED WITH COLONIAL PRODUCE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. March 25.— Northam, for Point do Galle: 2 pack ages jewellery, 1 truss haberdashery, 2 cases drugs, 1 ,box- weights, l.case specimens, 1 package tobacco, 18 do specie containing 38.630 sovereigns, and G3 do con taining 72,119 oz 6 dwt of gold, of which quantity 1015 oz 2 dwt are tho produce of New Zealand, to gether with original cargo shipped at Sydney. March 31.— Royal Standard, for London : 200 tons 2320 bags copper ore, 530 balc3 wool, 67 do pelts, 155 do leather, 2586 bags, 59 bales bark, 6 casks prize grain, 1 box documents, 2 packages personal effects, 37 casks sperm oil, 1 case pictures, 2 cases baggage, 1 case drapery, 1 truss samples,. 1 box papers, 10 cases Ex hibition products, 670 tons coal, and 16 packages gold, containing 18,104 oz 16 dwt 12 gr. April 9. — Nimrod*, for London : 1160 bales wool, 9452 hides, 14 hhd do, 1177 bundles sheepskins, 146 calfskins, a quantity of horns, bones and hoof...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRE AT THE COSMOPOLITAN COMPANY'S CLAIM, BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

PIKE AT THE COSMOPOLITAN COMPANY'S CLAIM, BALLAABAT. An accident of an unusually serious nature, and which it was feared would have been the cause of the death of several human beings, occurred on 30th alt., at the Cosmopolitan Gold Mining Company's claim. It appears that about seven o'clock p.m., Barker descended and waited at the bottom of the shaft for some timber which he was informed wonld come down with the next tracks lowered. While so waiting, some of the men from above perceived that the main shaft was on fire, and immediately com municated the fact to Barker, who, in the most praiseworthy manner, hastened off to warn the men forming the shift of the danger with which they were threatened. This shift, which consisted of fourteen men, with one Heard as captain, was dis tant between 1300 and 1400 feet from tho shaft, working in tho gutter. The smoke was, of course, rapidly increasing each second, but Barker, with groat perseverance, at last succeeded in reaching his fellow-wo...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORGAN'S CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

MORGAN'S CAREER. As amore bushranger, Morgnn's historyjinay be said to commence on the|17th June, 1863, when bo com mitted t.io robberies under arms at Walla Walla, in New South Wales. The very next duy we find him committing a similar outrage at Cockfindiiina ; and on the 29th of the following month another at Wal landool, both in tho same colony. On the 21st August ensuing, ho robbed and wounded with firearms Mr BuyJis, a police magis trate, of the Now South Wales territory. As this was the first instance iu which ho attempted to take life, we may give the facts somewhat in detail. On the day in question Mr Baylis was riding on ofiieial business towards the township of Urana, when lie was stopped about .midday by two urrnod men, nnd ordered to surrender his money or his life. Mr Biiylis, being well mounted, however, rode off, and got away for the time, the bushrangers firing two shots after him . Un fortunately, however, he stopped, after riding :i couple of miles ; and -his pursu...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

' . f ADVERTISEMENT.] \ ' . The Human: System. — The delicate structure, and intricate combinations of the. human system, are well colidated to impress .themind with the wonderful mechanism of our Physical organisation. Like a. truly complicated and delicate machine, wo are in deed 'fearfully and wonderfully made.' Who does not wonder at the extended duration of human life,., even under the most favorable circumstances ? Still more strange is it that, when subjected to the in fluence of irregular habits, improper diet, a deleterious atmosphere and unskilful treatment, it does not, like a disorganised machine, rush on to immediate des truction. Such, . however, is not often the case. Like a fine machine, clogged and foul for want of careful cleansing and, good management, we see it with its combinations deranged, and its functions ob structed, laboring and struggling for » precarious ex istence under a complication of diseases that, too often, render life a corse rather than a blessi...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAD OF MIDDLE HARBOR, NEW SOUTH WALES—SEE PAGE 7. MIDDLE HARBOR, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

11 V. A D OF MIDDLE II X It Ji O It, N E XV SOUTH XV X T, E S.— Ski: Pack 7. MIDDLE HARBOR, SYDNEY. In no part of Australia, perhaps, excepting some of tho savage fastnesses at tho head of tho Murray, and in tho vast mountain chain in Gipp3 Land, known as tho Australian Alps, is the scenery of a more jjic turesmio nature than in the romantic glens to be found about the head of that cxtmsive inlet from the main waters of Port Jackson, lying just inside the North Head, and known as Middle If arbor. This beautiful inlet opens from Port Jackson on its northern side, and at its eastern end, and is well defined by tlio two prominent bluffs known as North and Middle, or St. George's, Heads; between these points the width of the bay is about three miles, tho pleasant little watering villago of Manly Ueach lying in a sandy bight on its eastern shore. Middle Harbor takes a north-westerly direction between sparsely-timbered and tolerably lofty sloping banks for about two miles, when suddenly t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FATAL ACCIDENT IN THE ROYAL STAN DARD COMPANY'S CLAIM, ROCKY FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

FATAL ACCIDENT IN THE ROYAL STAN-. DAKD COMPANY'S CLAIM, ROCKY FLAT. On ThnrBday afternoon, about two o'clock, a report;, reached Tulbot that a frightful accident had just;, occurred in tho claim of the Roynl Standard Com-, pany, Rocky FJat, acd that two men had lost their iivea by tho disaster. On visiting the ground w-s- ascertained the following particulars, which wo be lievo to be as near correct as possible under tbo cir onmstanees. It ? appears that a drivo, about S5 feot.. in length, is carried in from the shaft iu a Westerly direction, and that from tho end of this cutting an other drive, 400 feet iu length, extends in a northerly direction, from the point of which a cross drive takes* a westerly courso for about 100 feet. Until the last., few fi-et of this drivo are reached tho ground in tim bered in a most substantial manner, bnt as these few feet had only been recently excavated, opportunity hud not bouu uffordod for timboiing them when the accident occurred ; but the jii...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REVIEW. A HISTORY OF THE DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION OF AUSTRALIA, by the Rev. J. E. T. Woods, in 2 vols. London: Sampson, Low and Co. Melbourne : H. T. Dwight. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

EEVIEW. .A'Histoby op the Discovery and Exploration of Australia, by the Rev. J. E. T. Woods, in 2 vols. London : Sampson, Tiovr and Co. Mel bourne : H. T. Dwight. The author of this work has grappled with a com prehensive task in. undertaking-to narrate the progress of geographical discovery in- Australia, from the -earliest period to the present day. Beginning with the antiquities of his subject, he discusses the claims of the early Spanish and Portuguese navigators to the ?discovery of the country, but finds nothing, except legend and conjecture, till we reach the com mencement of the 17th century, when the Dutch, in the course of their voyages to and from their -eastern possessions, made some isolated discoveries on the north and western coasts, which are indicated by the names still retained on the maps. Due Prominence is given to Cook's famous voyage, in 770, when Botany Bay, Port Jackson, and Moreton .Bay were discovered and the eastern coast explored ?northward through the g...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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CAPTURE AND DEATH OF MORGAN THE BUSHRANGER—DRAWN BY N. CHEVALIER, ESQ. DEATH OF MORGAN, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

CAPTURE AND I- E A T II O F M O R Gr A X, T JJ E 13 U S H 11 A tf G K 1!.— 1 1.) I! A \V N* BV N. ' C IT E V A L I E H, K S Q.] -Sun J?\arC10. DEA.TH OF MORGAN, THE BUSH RANGER. On Monday, tho 10th inst., tlio city, or, indeed, ?we may safely say tho colony, wherever the electric i tolegraph has penetrated, was joyfully surprised by ] the news that the bushranger Morgan, whose very name has, for some two and twenty months past, been ,a terror to tho rural districts of Now South Wales, had at length been stopped in his career of orime and blood. The gratification necessarily arising from the fact that society had been rid. of a monster for whom in tho perpetration of whole . solo human butchery tho annals of tho colonies afford no parallel, sinco tho days when ferocious runaways from Port Arthur spread . slaughter and dismay through the island of Tasmania, was in no. mall degree intensified when it became knowii that tho individual by whose hand the triple mur derer — for suoh ho was...

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VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

VITAL STATISTICS OP MELBOUHNE AND THE SUBURBS. The Registrar-General's report on tlie vital statistics of Melbourne and tho suburbs for tho month of February lnst is published in the Government Gazette. Tho number of deaths during tho month was 386, of whom 20C wero males and 180 females ; 248 woro of persons under and 138 of persons ovor five years of age. Wo learn that a high rate of mortality prevailed inUelbourno and suburbs during February. The deaths exceeded by 21 those in January, and by 5G the average of tho month during the six years 1860 — 1865. The mean temperature of the month was nearly a degree lower; and the mean atmospheric pres sure was slightly higher than the average of tho same mouth during tho years mimed. Deaths of males occurred in the proportion of 53 per cent., thoso of female in that of 47 per cent, to the total majority. Sixty-four per cent, of the deaths were childron who had not reached their fifth year, against 62, C5, 6S, CO and 04 per cent, in the re...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VESSELS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

TESSELS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. March 25. — Northam, R.M. s., 9U5 tons, Skottowe, for Point de Galle; John Sparkes, agent. Mont Riant, French barque, 476 tons, S. Brun, for Guam ; Moore, Hawthorn and Co., agents. Maron 27. — ocean JBiagie, amp, aos tons, Ji. Xiovett, for Singaporo ; Wilkinson Brothers and Co., agents. March 29. — Frederilca, barque, 498 tons, N. K. Narracott, for Callao ; Dornhet and ? Bradley, agents. Joannio Oswald, barque, 212 tons, Thomas Devine, for Timor, via Camden Harbor ; Young and Martin, agents. March 31.— Royal Standard, s., 1598 tons, G. H. Dowell, for London. Lorimer, Marwood and Rome, agents. April 3. — Arabinn, ship, 1067 tons, Henry Bird, for Amherst ; Lorimer, Marwood and Rome, agents. Herald of Light, barque, 265 tons, T. Hunt, for Coral Island; S. Do Beor, agent. ? .. April 6. — Emilie, French barque, 397 tons. H. Chauvelon, for Sydney; Hayward and Co., agents. ?April 7. — Pactolo, French barquo, 390 .tons, E. Allair, for Gu...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATLOCK, NEAR WOOD'S POINT, AUSTRALIAN ALPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

MATLOCK, NEAR WOOD'S POINT, I AUSTRALIAN ALPS. The township of Matlock, or Hinerald Hill, is'situ ated on the summit of the main range dividing the y waters of the Goulburn Hiver from those of tho ' Jordan. When 'Wood's Point was only a wayside mountain ' clachan,' on tho trade from Jamieson to the Jordan gold-uolds, a solitary shanty was erected on tho top of the spur on which tho rugged track led from ' the Point ' to ' the Jordan.' The site was uncovetcd so long as horso loads o£ ''square gin' were consumed of an afternoon by the ' bhoys ' of Jericho and B.B., and paid for in handfuls of nuggets ; hut, as times changed, onv lord of tho hill had opposi tion started, and, soou, tho sons of tho Emerald Isle, being partial to that line of business, monopolised tho hill, and named it after their verdant country. It was then covered with a forest of ghastly, dead 'mountain ash' trees, unearthly looking creations, that in the glinting of the moonlight seemed like shades of Titans. Those...

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A SOUTH AUSRALIAN SHEEP STATION—BUNGAREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

A SOUTH AUSRALIAN SHEEP STATION— BUNGAREE. The accompanying engraving will enable our English readers to form an idea of the extent and value of some of tho squatting stations in Australia. Our engraving represents a view of tho head station on a sheep run in South Australia. This run, known I as Bungaree, is situated about eight miles from the township of Clare, and is at present occupied by the Hon. Cr. C. Hawker, late Speaker in tlio Legislative Assembly in that colony. The engraving, which is j copied from a picture- by Mr W. 11. Thomas, shows the I manager's house, with, the several workshops and I buildings attached, constituting quite a township. Tho church on tho hill was lately erected by tho Hon. gentleman for the nso of his numerous employes. Tho czeok in front of tho garden is a tributary of the Hill Hiver. Bungaree may be taken us a fair repre sentation of tho better class of runs in South Austra lia. A HQimi .-MVJTtAI.IAV SIf \'AV mxnON-flUXUA.HW; IN Tiltf OOCVL'.moV O...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MURRUNDI POLICE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

MUMtUNDl POLICE STATION. This station is situate on the right bank of the river Murray, and within the boundaries of tho province of South Australia. It is within a few miles of the locality known' as the elbow of tho river, or, in other words, the point at which tho stream, having pursued Jor some 1200 miles a westerly course, turns to tho southward and finds, through Lake Alexandra, a paa nago to tho sea. Murrnndi possessed considerable local celebrity in former days, from tho fact of its being tho sito of an aboriginal protector's station, which was for some time under the management of ono of the most illustrious Australian explorers, Mr Kyre. U U » R U N P I V 0 L I 0 M B V A V J O N, LOWER MURRAY .-See Page 7, U U » R U N P I V 0 L I 0 M B V A V J O N, LOWER MURRAY .-See Page 7,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY WORKS, CANTERBURY, NEW ZEALAND—SEE PAGE 7. RAILWAY WORKS CANTERBURY, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

B A I L W A Y WORKS, C A N T E R B U R Y, N E W Z E A L A N D.— See Page 7. RAILWAY .WORKS, ' CANTERBURY, NEW ZEALAND. ' We havu elsewhere two wood-cut engravings, each representing a portion of tho railway in course of con struction in theprovince of Canterbury, Now Zealand, nnd which, when completed, will connect tho townships of Lyttolton and Christehurch. Ono of tho sketches represent, a wharf in connection with tho lino, and a steamer lying alongside, and discharging hor cargo by mcniM of a ' stonm c'rnno, into tho trucks. A train is alfio roprcBontod proceeding up tho lino, nnd, from tho number of rails livid down at (his point, tho projectors of tho undertaking sooin resolved to mako tiinplo pro vision for o largo triili'io. Tho second pic.turo phicns us in (i deep 'cutting of rugged rock, traversed by a single lino of rails, nnd terminating in a bridge of cut ntono work, leading to u tunnol of colossal proportions, ho much so, jndnod, tts to rosomblo hi ita lending features,...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. The Acclimatisation Society met on 28th. March. JFresent — Dr. Mueller, Professor M'Coy, Comto do ?Castlenau, Dr. J. Black, and Messrs S. H. Biudon, -&. S. Lang, F. S. Dobsou, H. E. Watts, T. Steaven son, and A. It. C. Selwyn. The following letter was re'dd from Mr W. L. Dobsori, of Hobarfc Town, to ?whom the secretary had written asking for infor tmalion as to the possibility of procuring some ?fallow deer from there, for stocldng the Bogong ^{Ranges : — ' Hobart Town, 21st March. — Sir, — I have to ??acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 9th in3t., with reference to procuring forty or fifty TJallow deer for the Victorian Acclimatisation Society. There are large numbers of deer running wild in ^Tasmania, but they are so wild that it is with very ?pjreat difficulty they are stalked, and to catch them is, I. believe, impossible. The only gentleman who lias any number of deer comparatively tame is Mr John Bisdeo, of Hutton Park. He lately sent ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SALMON IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

THE SALMON IN TASMANIA. We regret to learn, from a reliable private source, that the impressions calculated to be left upon tho public mind by some recent statements in the Hobart Town journals, in reference to the condition of the salmon parr in Tasmania, are far from being in. accordance with the true state of affairs. The ideas conveyed in the announcement in question wore that, in consequence of an unexpected mor tality having broken out amongst tho young fishos, a portion only of the survivors, amounting to 483 in number, had been liberated from the ponds into the River Plenty. Tho truth, however, is that the 483 parr thus liberated constitute, as far as con at present bo ascertained, all the living representatives of th e great salmon family at present inhabiting the waters of Tasmania. As soon as tho mortality above referred to was observed, the breeding ponds were immediately, by direction of some of tho commissioners, and with the concurrence of Mr Ramsbottom, so far draine...

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BRUTAL OUTRAGE BY A BLACKFELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

BRUTAL OUTRAGE BY A! BLACKFELLOW. An occasional correspondent of the Brisbane Daily Guardian, -writing to that journal from Mary borough, says : — ' The whole district has been thrown into excitement by a harrowing and brutal outrage committed by a blackf ellow on the wife of ono of the Degilbo shepherds (Mr Single's). From all we can gather Jit happened shortly after mid-day on tho 13th ult. The woman, who wa3 outside the hut, and had been speaking to tbe blackfellow, had just tui-aed to re-enter, when she was struck down by a severe blow on the back of her head with a nullah nullah. Her assailant then stepped for ward and compelled tho poor half-fainting woman to tell where her valuables were kept. Ho then robbed the hut, and possessed himself of her purse, containing a gold wedding ring, and upwards of £1 in gold and silver. Happily many of the coins were marked, and were subsequently identified. He then deliberately cut her throat with a large knife, and fearfully stabbed her in...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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VOLUNTEER FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

VOLUNTEER, FORCE, ' ~ The following return, showing lbe results of the ?effective system in the Volunteer force during the year 18G-1, hits boen presented to Parliament : — Local Military Department, Treasury, 15 th Feb rnary, 1895. Sir, — I have the honor to' forward a .return, showing the results of the effective system -during the past year. Tho Orders in Council re . spectiDg qualification have been stringently carried . out, and a system of returns instituted, by which the services o£ every volunteer is rocorded. It is of great importance to the welfare of the force that this . ehould be understood, and that the returns aro rigidly scrutinised, not only for tho protection of the 'public funds, but also in justice to the effective class. . The return mow forwarded shows : — 1. That, not withstanding that the. total number of the force on ' the 1st January of the present year was 8550 against .3373 on the 1st January, 186ft (an actual increase of 183), 818 men have, during the ye...

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