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AN EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

AN EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE. Dr. Woodforde, coroner, hold an inquest at the Port police station, on the 20th March, to inquire into the circumstances attending the death of John Clark, whose body was found ou the sandhills, near the pilot station on the previous morning. A jury being ompannelled and tue body viewed, the first witness called was . - John Clark, the adopted son of deceased, who de posed to the identity. Saw him on the evening of the 6th. He was about fifty-six years of ago. Was then perfectly sober, and was not given to immo derate drinking. Always expressed a strong feeling of dislike to self-destruction, and ridiculed suicide. Was not awaro of his possessing poison. Knew the handwriting on tho paper produced. Felt no anxiety at his not returning on Monday night, as ho had frequently before been absent for a couplo of days. Deceased had no words with any jnetnbor ot his family on the night of his disappearance. Anthony Etheridge, sergeant of police : Had known tho decea...

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

THE RIVER MURBAY. The following is the report from the Public Works Department on the work done in clearing the River Murray, and expenses incurred in connection there Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 10th March, 1865.^-Sir,— I do myself the honor to for ward, for the information of the honorable the Com missioner of Railways, a copy of a report from, the superintending officer of the Murray River works, as to the progress made np to this time, which, under the circumstances of the case, will, I trust, be found satisfactory. The cost incurred during the year 1864, was — For plant, materials, tools, tackles, carriage, drays, bullocks, punts, ma chinery, engines, new steamer, &c, £7514 2s 4d ; salaries, wages, travelling expenses, rations, grocery stores, &c, £4416 16s 2d. The workmen are em ployed by the day 'or week, and are grouped into parties, with an overseer to' each. I have the honor to be, sir, your most obedient servant, W. W. Wah bbiiIj, inspector-gene...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MURDER OF THE REV. MR VOLKNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

MURDER OF THE REV. MR VOLKNER. The correspondent of the Sydney Morning Herald, writing from Auckland on the 21st ult, gives tho following informaliou : — Tbo horrible circumstances accompanying tho murder of tho Rov. Mr Volkner are now ascertained to havo boon in no respect exaggerated by tho natives from whose report it was taken. The account of the survivors is, if possible, more harrowing iu its horrible detail than tho former story. One thing is satisfactory, however, which is, that Mr Grace , wns allowed, although in constant expectation of his own death, tir bury his late companion's body. Tho head hud boon preserved, and was being used in the way they seem to patronise for delivering lectures on the Pai Mariro faith ; of course, effected by clever . ventriloquism, in which tho Maori Tohungus Jiavo at all times been noted as adepts. Tho escnxio of Mr Graco was a rerouvksiblo and providential ono, being entirely attributable to tho nbsenco of the masa of the fanatics at a meeti...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PAI MARIRES AT POVERTY BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

THE PAI MARIRES AT POVERTY BAY. By tho Sea Shell, which arrived on Friday, we have received later news from Poverty Bay. Cap tain Harris, of that vessel, reports that, while at anchor at Turaiiga, on Monday, the 20th March, he received a message from Bishop Williams, ad vising him to clear out of the river in case of any hostile movement. On Jhe same evening about sixty Europeans, men, women and children, resi dent some little distance inland, came to Turanga, and stated thut tint lJui Murires had threatened then Jives ; and Capium Harris very considerately took them on board that night, although it was very late, and cruised about nutil the morning, when ho again made for tho harbor, and a boat and crew were sont on shore to ascertain if the news was more favorable. Being informed that all was quiet again, tho settlers went on shore, and stopped at Captain Reid's during tho night, and returned to their homes on the next day. On Friday lost they were again threatened, but not in a m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DEFENCES OF THE COLONY. COMMODORE WISEMAN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

THE DEFENCES OF THE COLONY. commodore Wiseman's hepout. The several memoranda and reports on tho de fences of the colony, which have been maclo by various officers, have been published for presentation to Parliament, together with the correspondence of the Government relativo to tho supply of ordnance, which latter has ended in six forty-pounder Arm strong breech-loaders, and twenty-fivo seventy pounder Armstrong shunt guns being ordered. We may mention that, in all material points, Cap tain Scratchley agrees with Commodore Wiseman, whose report, . which will bo found highly in teresting, we subjoin :? — aiEMOitANDinr on tub defences op port PiiiriLiP and TITB HARBOR OF IIOJISON'S DAY. Tho works and defences recommended in this me morandum aro such as are considered sufficient to protect the city and suburbs of Melbourne from bombardment, and the shipping in Hobson's Bay from predatory attack by one or two vessels of war. They are not snfiicient to resist the landing in force of a b...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YARRA—ABOVE STUDLEY PARK THE YARRA, NEAR STUDLEY PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

THE' Y A. R R A— A E O V IS S T U D L E Y P A K K— seis r-A«is 7. THE YARRA, NEAR STUDLEY PARK. ?In tho .annexed sketch our artist has tsolocttsd, for pictorial roprnrivutiitiou,' ono of the many wildly ro mantic l-itn of river scenery peculiar to Australia, and which aro nowhere found raovo beautiful than in tho neighborhood of Htiidley Park — n thickly timbered ?domain, proawithig at every turn Homo now variety of form, either of hill or dalo, brakn or foil, ominnutly pieturosn.no in thoir Hurronndinjja, and worthy tho canvas of tho greatest paysntjiatr,, — through which tho Ynrr.'i forces its winding courso in a hundreiil dovions turnings. On fostal days this locality ia by right the resort, par e.v ci/lcnce, of pic-nii! partios (ami, on thoso occasions!, tho bright margin of 1.1 1 o (lowing stream has nttrnoUonii other than thosu, botanical and iloricultural nntivn lo tlio pined, 'Din flisciplea ot Isiiuk W/ilton, too, hero havo tryslln^ placu, 'i'ho mouibern of tho. finny tribe...

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

INQUEST ON THE BODY. Tho inquest on the body of Morgan was held, on the 10th, at Puecholbu, whoro ho mot his death. It commenced tit five p.m., and terminated j at lialf-past nine, A fjroat crowd of persons from ] all parts, far and near, was present. The proceed ings were initiated by the coroner of the district, Dr. Dobbyn. Several witnesses were examined, the principal evidence being elicited from the f ollow ing persons: — Thomas Kidston, a settler on tho Billabong, after viewing tho body, recognised it as that of Morgan. He had been 'stuck up by him twice, and Morgan had threatened to shoot him at least fifty times. Ellen Turner recognised the deceased as the man who stucknpDr. Mackay's station whenhe toolc away Mr John Mackay's best rifle, and also carried off a valuable horse and saddle Evan Itfacpberson, tho proprietor of Peeckelba station, stated that on Saturday ho returned from Melbourne), and was in his house, sitting on tho sofa, when tho deceased camo to tho door with ...

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

WRECK OF THE AGNES. Our engraving represents the position of the schooner Agnes, wrecked off Lacepedo Bay, on the 17th of last month. The correspondent of the -!?. A. Register, writing from. Lacepede Bay, on that date, gives tho fol lowing particulars of the abovo nnfortuuato occur ronce : — ? , ' On Wedhosday afternoon this plnce was thrown into n Htate of consternation by, some natives reporting a ship had broken up outsido, as tho bay was strewn with wreck. On going down Mr Tucker pinked up a bundle of papers, &c. We then ascertained her to have been the schooner Agnes, Taylor, 80 tons, from Port Adelaide, bound to Melbourne, and from the di rection of the drift, concluded that she had gone on to tho Margaret Brook Island, which lies about seven miles from the shore oil' Cape .Tafi'a, about sixteen miles from here Every available horse was, thera fore, immediately put into requisition to get to tho spot as soon as possible, whilst the sub-collector of customs started on h...

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

THE MONTH. Both Houses of Parliament are now np for the Easter recess, which terminates on the 2nd May. The political position remains about the same as when the Maroh mails were despatched. Tt was for some time thought that the Government would not pursue the extreme coarse of tacking the tariff to the Appropriation Bill before submitting these mea sures to the Upper House ; but the Ministry, firm in their determination to insist upon the rightful posi tion of the Lower Chamber in dealing with money tills and taxation, have resolved to adhere to their original intention. A compromise was spoken of, an impression being prevalent that the Legislative Council would adopt the Government measures, on condition that they were sent up in the customary /orin, but nothing has come of it. In the mean time, the Upper House, determined to protect its privileges, to the utmost, and with every desire to assume dictatorial powers, has appointed a select committee of ten to search for constitution...

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

BURKE AND WILLS' MONUMENT. Our engraving is a representation of the monument which has been erected at the intersection of Collins and Russell streets, to the memory of the heroic ex- plorers, Burke and Wills, the leaders of the first party that crossed the Australian continent from sea to sea. To-day, which is the anniversary of their return to Cooper's Creek, has been chosen as the day upon which the monument is to be uncovered by his   Excellency the Governor. The work has been en- trusted to Mr C. Summers, and has been performed by him in a most creditable manner. BUBKE AND WILLS' MONUMEN 1\— Saw Paok.7. BUBKE AND WILLS' MONUMEN 1\— Saw Paok.7.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MESSRS PYNE AND BEATH'S NEW STORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

MESSKS PYNEAND DEATH'S NEW STORE. Tho engraving of this building given in our present number represents what is regarded, by competent judges, as one of tko most compact and jndicioasly dosignecl soft goods warehouses in Molbourno. It is situate in l^lmdors lauo east, at the corner of ITnlham place, by which it is bounded throughout its entire depth to the eastward. The style of Jthe building -is Italian ornamented, as shown in the cut, and the materials of which it is erected aro blucstono and brick, with a cemented front, and British plate-glass windows. The structure has a frontage of 27 feet to Flinders lane, with a depth of 130 feet (including a packing-room), is 4S feet in height, and consists of a ground, first and second noor. Tho architects were Messrs Crouch and Wilson, and the builder (by contract) Mr Joliu Pigdon. Immediately inside tho entrance door on tho ground lloor are the counting-house, private offices and sanvple-rooni, the fittings of which are of cedar wood, Fr...

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

^DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT DUNEDINV We have again to chronicle a most dis astrous fixe in Dunedin, resulting in the destruction of aeren buildings. A few minutes before nine o'clock, on the night of the 6th of March, several persons passing through the Octagon ob served smoke issuing from a right-of-way, running between Mr Gerrand's (late Per riman's) hay, corn and produce store, and the large ironmongery store belonging to Mr Henry. When the alarm was first given, Captain Hobbs happened to be in Prince's street, in the vicinity of the Cri terion Hotel, and arriving in time to pre vent the persons who first assembled from smashing in the front door of the store. In company with the first two members of the brigade who arrived he found a door in the ?right-of-way we have already mentioned, which opened into a cellar under the corn store. This door was burst open and se veral persons essayed to enter, bat were driven back by the dense volumes of smoke which rushed ont in their faces. When t...

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. The following is a comparative retnrn of the area of land cultivated in wheat, the total produce, and . the average yield per acre for each district, in the seasons 1863-4 and 1864-5, respectively : — g i^t-iipiiiflii » r^ C* O *Z* ? H ffl (D 2 ^f-» I |: ! I 6- ! I S *= ? I = ! 1 1 &». S-: ::::-.:::?:::: 3 § « rait*. h--t-c»c£- h» fc! .J'- J'3 y^S-'S' S^S'-^-^ *» en -3 UOl'cO 03*Ot**al-D *ODt-'co'h-* JJ CO » en en en co en to o o- oo to cducoh g- ? -? » ? ^ — ^ g US t-« BOl lOOI^O k S 0t» J3 J3 5'^°^. J'O.J-'jP.P' o g . » ►2 o- en iK I-* en l-» 33 -3 o '-1 h-ScnGO S ,£ 01 i-» uoi to ct- ^ 10 g- ;-; j— en toj-1 J^i3 ^i' qJ0^' ^i3 e* S CO tOOOHtOCnOOSUtCIIO ? Clt id CO CO F* I . g * cu 'is ►-» to en eo'en *-'o . S? K ?- S en i-» oo oioih ocnoioo g 22* _o itk.to--- cnOj^iN; uooai g. jj™ '60 'eo'o'cn i-» en i-»'i6- 'cp'^j'cn '(-?'bs'^iT-' '? n- T' o ooUk-oi^cnoii^H-q ~q co co en t^ en CO OOHOIOCOOIOU) OHOIOI E' Cd h-4' S3 00 b^ t_t |O H-...

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MINERAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

MINERAL STATISTICS. The following report on tho mineral statistics for 1SC4. has been published hy tho Miniug depart ment : — Tho total number of persons engaged in mining for gold is now gi-ven with more accuracy than heretofore. Tho miniug registrars are required to collect tho returns quarterly instead of monthly ; and as their returns are published in detail every quarter, showing the number of miners working in each locality, it is presumed that no great errors can have been made. To adopt any other more elabo rate plan for obtaining tho numbers would involve great cost, and it is probable that the results -would not be more satisfactory than , under, tho . system now in operation : for tho alluvial miners, in such districts as Beech worth and Maryborough, aro for ever moving from place to place, and it is nearly impracticable to follow them and noto their numbers. The number of persons engaged in searching for gold is steadily decreasing. ]£very allowance being made for una vo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. March 30. — Agra, ship, 925 tons, R. Evans, from London; Michaelis, Boyd and Co., agents. Victoria, Chilian brig, 164 tons, P. Smith, from Valpareiso ; C. W. Willms. agent. Chatsworth. ship. Black Ball line. 1037 tons, Richard Tucker, from London; Bright Brothers and Co., agents. March 31. — Rowena, ship, 728 tons, George Bilton, from London; Michaelis, Boyd and Co., agents.   Medora, barque, 357 tons, A. J. Freebody, from Boston ; Wilkinson Brothers aud Co., agents.?   April 1.— Adieu, brig, 349 tons, Anderson, master, from Mauritius ; Joshua Brothers, agents. Sorata, barque, 337 tons, A. W. Jack, from Mauritius ; Fan ning, Nankivoll and Co., agents: ' Tell, barque, 320 tods, J. Smith, from Singapore ; Youngman and Co., agents. Koroma, barque, 323 tftns, T. Sullivan, from Foo-Chow-Foo. '' ?-.-.-; April 2. — Helone, French sohoonor,- 220 fconi, Paul . Guerin, from Batavia ; Capta...

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WHAMBEYAN CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

WHAMBEYAN CAVES. The Whambeyan Caves are situate in the southern district of New South Wales, about sixty miles from Goulburn. The entrance, which lies in an amphi- theatre, surrounded by hills, is about 200 feet in height, and in shape resembles a gothic window. The walls are of marble interspersed with mica, and nu- merous stalactites are suspended from them and the roof. A creek appears to have at one time run through the cave ; and in several places the marble is quite polished, apparently by wild animals passing down to drink. There are numerous small chambers branch- ing off into the mountain, some of which are of con- siderable extent, but none of them have been thoroughly explored. WHOMBEYAN CAVE, NEW SO U T H W A L E S —See Page 7. WHOMBEYAN CAVE, NEW SO U T H WA L E S —See Page 7.  

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

PASSENGERS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE MARCH MAIL. March . 25. — Northam, s. : Mr Turner, for Suez ; . Mr and Mrs Knight, Miss Grylles, for Southamp ton f JJlr Strachan, Mr Roberts, Mr Norcliffe, Mr Goddard. Marseilles: Mr Hadlev, Galle : Mr F. Fletcher, Mr Flatcher, Marseilles; Mr Currie, King George's Sound ; Mr Dodgshun, Mr M'Pherson, Mar seilles ; Captain Mainwaririg, Suez ; Mr Walker Stow, Mr Whylock, Suez ; Mr Duthie, Mr Leighton, Ceylon ; Mr Turnbull, Mr Webster, Marseilles ; Mr Paton, Suez; Mr Nicholl, Calcutta; Mr M'Crassen, Mar seilles; Mr Downie, Ceylon , Mrs Hood, Mr Mitchell, Marseilles; Mr Macrodie, Suez ;? Mr Rutherford, Mar soilles; Mr Hopo, Mr Travers, Ceylon. ' ?.-.??' March 31. — Royal Standard, for London : Mr and, Mrs E. L.. J. Summers, three children and servant, Mr and Mrs James Rattray, six children and sorvant, Mr and Mrs Rutherford and Master Rutherford, Mrs and Miss Rigby, Miss Emma Rigby, JMiss Lizzie Rigby, Mr and Mrs Hanker and three children, Mr ...

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EXECUTION OF STACEY FOR THE CHILD MURDER AT EMERALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

EXECUTION OF STACEY FOR THE CHILD MURDER AT EMERALD HILL. John Stacey, who was convicted at the last criminal sessions of the murder of a child at Eme- rald Hill by thrusting it down a cesspool, while in a jealous passion with its mother (his paramour), suffered the extreme penalty of the law within the precincts of the Melbourne Central Gaol, at ten o'clock, on the 5th instant. While under sentence of death, the wretched man was visited by his sister, the mother of the murdered child, and several of his fellow-workmen, but not by his wife or either of four children he leaves in the Orphanage. He was attended by the Roman Catholic chaplain of the gaol, to whose ministrations he inclined an attentive ear, and he was accompanied to the scaffold by the Rev Dr. Bleasdale. He made no public confession of his guilt, but expressed himself to his spiritual advisers as deeply penitent, and he suffered his doom with fortitude. Stacey was a native of Bristol, aged about 31, and he came to this...

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MURDER IN BOURNE STREET, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

MURDER IN BOURKE STREET, MEL- BOURNE. Dr Youl held an inquest on Thursday, 23rd March, on the body of Emanuel Jacobs, who was stabbed on Tuesday morning, 21st, at the Whittington Tavern. The following evidence was taken: —   Samson Nathan deposed to being in the Whitting- ton Hotel on Tuesday morning between three and four o'clock. He was in the passage with two men, Wilson and Davis. The prisoner came to the door and asked Wilson to "shout." Wilson replied "Who are you that I should shout?" The prisoner     swore and left. Shortly after witness left the house, and two minutes after heard a noise in the street out-   side the door. Went to the spot and found prisoner and deceased fighting. Witness saw the deceased strike the prisoner and knock him down. Wit-   ness and Wilson prevented them continuing the fight, and took deceased away up the street. They returned to the Whittington Hotel in a quarter of an hour, and we...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 April 1865

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. ? .?&. BIRTHS. Arnold. — On the 31st ult., at High street, St. Kilda, the wife of Mr Albert Georgo Arnold of a son. ' Babdoub. — On the 2nd inst., at Williamstown, Mrs' Robert Barbour, of Bullecngarook, of a son. Butchat.t.— On the 25th ult., at Grey street, East' Melbourne, Mrs James Butchart of a son. Benjamin. — On the 8th inst., at her residence, 17 Napier street, Fitzroy, Mrs Solomon Benjamin, of a son, stillborn. ? Bell,. — On the 10th inst., at Caroline street, South Yarra, Mrs B.. James Bell of a son. Chester. — On the 31st tilt., at James Btreet, Prah-' ran, the wife of William Chester of a son. Claeke. — On the 8th inst., at Windsor terrace, Dan denong rond, 'the wife of Mr H. J. Clarke, of a ?' daughter. Downie. — On the 25th nit., at 54 Wellington streot, East Collingwood, Mrs William Downie of a son. Fisher. — On Monday, 3rd instant, the wifo of Mr Fisher, of FishoVa Creek, Yarra Track, of a son. FonsYTn. — On the 4th inst.,...

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