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BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 29 October 1864

BELFAST. John Hood. Angwtw ftedcrick AdoJphoa QjfttfU.

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

THE STATE OP THE REVENUE. ] (fftOM nut ttuwa.) ine umooir itmui lorm the tatfMt Item Id the grand total. Under tfaU bead the total iDcmMof the third quarter of 18N orer the third quarter of 188t ii X7.844. aal the locreaee on the lM H(t Qoarterh Cuetcme' uerecue it ttftZ The molt noteworthy item coming under thie Imd during the querUr end one that we hop* will jet yield no innonridembln amount le onr exchequer—b the dote en (did, which MDonoti to (479 9*. 8d. Inenother put at the etatemeut a farther earn of (M4 Qadd« deilreble tn the ehape of faee gnu ted en miners' rigbu, ahowe an Inereaae of nearly double the amountappeeringnndar that heed for the quarter ending June 1864. Tbitfect denotee a rapid and lead Increaie in oat mining population. Thelandreeaaueoftbo colonj above an Inoreue, oa the whole,* (16,962, end, of oouree, Teftly exceeds the revenue tea the Jane qnufar t bet, et meet« ourreedem will he awnm, that fa owing fa the aeei anient on rune and the rente " mown lende beco...

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

6ANDHUB8T. John Halley, Helboam*,<n«aft*ot. Bobert Frederick Honrd, qo&rUmloer. John Arnold Meoerthf, JUboanu, clrH flttftxtacr#' Tbomni K7! wraith, iMbeptaV oitil en. ttoear.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BELFAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

Greeves Hood Majority for Dr. Greeves Great excitement prevails.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

PORTLAND. Macpbereon Hoinea Mo Majority ®

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Australasian OSce, Wedeetday, Nov. £. Ale and Stout.—Mew Brewery Co.'s Carlisle, £6 1B<l to £7; Ben's No. 3, £0 15a to £7 5a; Joule's, £Q 15s. to £7 per bhd.; Marrttn's, £7; AJ1 •opp's, £6to £0 6s.; fijass's, billed, Da to 9a Gd. ; London Mid Colonial Oo.*s, Ba Od. to 9s. ; Allsopp'a 9c. 3d. to 9s. Gd. ; other bottlers', 8s. to 8s. Gd. Stout.— Best biaads, £5 15s. to £6; otber brewers', £5 to £5 10s. per hbd.; Dublin stout, bottled, 9s. to 10a. 3d.; Byaas'e, 8s. Gd.; Machin's, 9a. Gd.; London and Colonial Company's, 7a 9d. to 8s.; Barclay's, bottled by Friend, quarts, 8s. Gd.; other bottlers', 7«. to 8s. per docen. Butter.—Newly landed pood parcels of Irish, 6$<L to 7d. per lb., quite nominal. Candles.—Neva stearine, 9d. ; foreign full-weighti, &Jd. toOd. per lb.; light-weights, at from 6 id. to G|d. per packet; Belmont sperms, 9d. to 9jd. per lb. Cement.—16a to 16s. 64. per barrel for Portland, Its. Gd. for Borne...

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 — 5 November 1864

[news of town and country, Of the members of. the list Ministry, t#o only—Mr. O'ShaDassyaod Mr. Mltohell—now hare easts itt Parliament. The corporation of Melbourne will now hove* strong representation fat Padlemeot, Foar membera of the civic body here been elected to Met* in the Legislative Ametnbly vis.—the Mayor (Mr. J. T. Smith), Alderman Harbison, Councillor Cohen, end OouuaUlor 1 Jones. Bp the 78th section of the Eleotoral Ant, the .. deposit money aooompany lug the nomination: of candidates for Parliamentary honours Uto be returned sfter the election, exoept In the cue of s candidate who doe* not obtsln e number of votes eqasl st lent to one-fifth pert of the votes reoelved by till saocem(ui osndidete who stands lowest on the poll. The deposit of k csndldste in thst position Is to be spplled towerds the expenses of the - election. Mr. Wemyss Jobton, who contested Best Melbourne, will lose hte £60, beoenm he did not poll one-fifth of the votes recorded In fsvour of Mr. Kyte. M...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SILK AND LEGISLATION. (FROM THE RECTLAND CHRONICLE, OCT, 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

6ILK AND LEGISLATION. {noatrartBn-iracawmcu.oot.Xl). , Setae time tiooe ft# Tmmem «id tlx JUUUdt Xetbbr §m wonineooe to tba diwiaMon olxthcf (aliw oonJd notbe mads ajwofitabi* aouwajof induatn,aiid tix annual ooocUniao wx ttirt botb cfcmate «ad ao&fkTasMinuxe tbatrfb taiban tn%fat be lat^uaariwith adtanhyi B^SirweiniWI^titiwrteTwww. bebem tbe coodtutoo tobe correct, ju>d,M»D IPiMtntton df a».te>t^ what* now at ber •Msu.tlw crigbxk #*)&&, tawM wnow,: w we obtained abo«t tluct jrean afobr Mr, WlBtai Trfloh, P»wj ataeat, ->®ba ' "* " tmdtbai •Wwl..., ToifCd 00 Ww**—■}, » auua www if nni |m| )imnt|r,|flMtor (imifW ^cMvc^Wi '"ipvtd flbprfdBfti^6iiiEedSd|i - \ w«c», wW^bakaw la J»pcr bo*wi 1 si?1" jOMjf llw Iwrci WStSKftgi tardive wnllered over lliofaceof tho country, living comfortnWj on farun renging from »rin Jo Jweiil.vEre aorw. Here llie people nrc elui (ered in towiw or living in «ubterrnneou» enfcni bera or the gold-flelda, whilst the land#, the rea...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISH AND FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

FISH AND FISHING. Herring.—Tlit return of the herring fill] err of 1863 ehons a total of 664,816 barrel! cured, £76,880 branded, and 407,761 exported. The numben are considerably I Mi Ulan in Ifjfli, wlrioli mi en extraordinary year, A Huge Mackerel—The barquefJIeopatr* arrired at tbii port on Uie 80ui nut. from Mirsmtchi. On the 9th indent, taken 400 milei from the west of Ireland, the captain harpooned a largo mackerel. Who}, brought on board, and Die gilii and ofikl taken away, H weighed cloae upon (Ire huudredwiijght, and was eight feet in lengtlu The captain'and too of the crow still bear the marks o!" flu aerate alruggle they had in ea| Ac " the deep.—ffbrtiens Doily Whig. Enormous Fish. —Mr. W. Hodgson, of Brawby, whcii Calling recently in the Yorkshire Bye, about fix tnilea north ol' Mslion, captured a'pike weighing nineteen pound* thirteen ounces, and measuring throe feet fira inches in length and nineteen and a quarter inches in girth. It is eaid ao large a fish hat Sot be...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. SITINGS IN EQUITY, [?] ON A THURSDAY OUT OF THEM. OLD-COURT HOUSE—THURSDAY. OCT. 27. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth.) IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 1954, AND THE MATTERS OF THE [?], KILDA AND BRIGHTON RAILWAT COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. Hmaoant wujfrr, &a, o* a thomdat ocr o»tjuui. Oui-Covw BOOTJL—TBDKlDiT.Ocr. XT. dltlm kit ttammcMr. Jnttio* Motctvjitb.) umuinkwni commim Act. ltfct axd m tuttm or tu sr, *il»a ako wiqhtoii sauwaimmtaii*. , A petition by |iia Bank ot NewHOOtb Walet, by Hani KIVtinAder, Obnnley, and Ltddle, t? tbe OrictW Bak Ootpntiitoa, nnd by Ctoertte JJflttM Ebdtn, judgement creditor! of the St gild* nnd Bctsbton Hallway Oom P»ny, (or lb* windlnMp o{ that company under ttMOocgpeaia* Butbtool 18M. <m tto (roundof tniubUity toaaeetlfaUebllthee. lit— 1 nndl&jjjb , HtoBduniiHr. Inn;—IntmcMe compufy, Inrlodlm nome trteUN ueand IntfleettUl -awbetloue aftintt it bin Jieii Honed for dtawlndliUMin nndar the Oon P«nU» UG4. lno. l90L eed178. Ac., »ed tt *3CMi4#^ ifm W «dl' dliow aflt, arblch I ban bad fo«oo>ldcr fonbeenupniu* for undtr hr — 2$*" RV a ®Sgi u™BH ssy VI 100, sen. 176, for "any partnership association or company consisting of mow than tiva...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPIRIT OP THE PRESS. MINING LEGISLATION. (FROM DICKER'S MINING RECORD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

SPIRIT OP THE PRESS. MINING LEGISLATION. (FROW DICKE&'e M1H1NQ SEOOU.i The expressed Intention of the Minister jf Mines to leave Mining Boards their legists' live functions and Mining Board laws un codified, is not calculated, we think, to afford the friends of mining progress in theoolouy much satisfaction. IVe doubt very much whether Mr. Sullivan, in arriving at this de termination, has interpreted correctly the token of the tireos. lie appears to have cuiuc to the conclusion that, because some of-| the mining hj-lnws of ooe district have boen successful In their results, that thoreforo all Mixing Boards are wise; and, to use his own expression, "he has determined to Jet welt nhmc." We are no advocates for continually interfering and tinkering with the mining laws of the colony; aud because we are not, we looked upon this portion of the bill, as It stood, as ono ot the most useful sections of tire intended legislation. Twelve yean' ex perience should bsve been a period lon...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MURDER OF A CHILD. BLACKWOOD, OCT. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

MURDER OF A CHILD. BLACKWOOD, Oot. as. An inqueet was beld today by Dr. Flaws tbs corona ben, upon the body of 4 new born infant, found In m waterdtole yrrterday. A Hi*. Webster, raiding At Bed-fill!, went me ureal to draw some wiiM for dotneatlc pnr poet^, when ehe obwryed the hud of a w which. upoo cloeer eumlnauvi found to have eecaped hum a boltt sub. floating to the WAter. The police tuning to oeired it) formation, proceeded to thaspo^aai diecoraed that it wai the body ofA (' " horomale intent, wrapped tightly in I pleqe ofcalloo. From (be erldMwe a ._ ft woidd twen that the Infant oonld not bare been Is the -water more than from flfteeato twtBbt^onr boBiaifto loM. lt 1 «ir,\ ».

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POLYTECHNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

THE POLYTECHNIC The Polytechniohell m crowded on Setnr- . dey evening with enthwiaetlc edmlrere of Hi. *b1 ita Om Cm. la " Leteet Intel ligence." which It the title of the nor programme, the eiogular veroetility of Wo. One it strongly developed. Her itnper eonationi of If. Vetel Svv, t French cook," with plenty of eaaor." end Med*me Cboaette, * not over emUMe French lend-1 ledy, ue remerkebly netnreh The cha racter of Stby Ounp, in tin teeand put of the perforniihcr. It given with Ineffably ladicrout effect. Mil. Ctre eeeamei the mlger eelfieh ncM of that oelebrated ohei ertereo completely thet the end fence find et the time n little difficulty IneeptieHng the entree* from the I pert which the ii enmmlng. Mr. flea. Ceee'e | mmicel '(kill formed en admirable relief to the rapid performance, end on one or two occedont, he we* wermiy end deservedly applauded.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, Nov. 1. CRUELTY TO A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

HAWTHORN POLiqE COURT. Tebjdat, Nov. 1. CRDELTy TO A CHILD. Vary Anne Bint tone, a child stated to ba fiftei n years of age, but who looked leas than ten, was charged with vagrancy; but a col lateral investigation arose as to the treatment she had received from Mr. Board, a resident at Ktw, who took her from the Emerald-hill UrohaD Asylum. Mr. Purcell watched the caae on behalf of Mr. Board. This case was brought before the Court on Tuesday, the 25th of October, and from the evidence then adduced it appeared that on the previous evening the girl had been found leaLing np against a fence at Hew. She aatd that she had lived with Mr. Board, who ill-treated her, and she was afraid to go back to him. At that time her right arm was tearfully cut and brni-ed; and on being taken to the police-station facts were elicited which resulted in Mr. Board being charged with gross cruelty to tiro girl. It turned ont that six months since Mr. Board took the girl from the Emerald-hill Protestant Oipba...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ART AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

ART AND 86IEN6E. Mr. Field bee cboaen," fiowi'a Content," Trinity Bar, JJewfoundUnd, a» Ibt place fat ladmi the Atlantic cahle. He pronoece te bnild 100 m3a of land line thence to Pleeanlie, and to ocmneet l'laoentia with Gape Breton by cable. Boeaini baa dedicated a abort oompoaiUon, a four-part chorua with aoaompemmetit of muffled drums, to the memoiy of Meyerbeer. Mb. Biuret. Fakes, thi Amour £z rujBEE.—-'The newt recently published of the return of Mr. 8. Baker to Gondokoro turns out fo be premature, for a later communication (dated May 23) from Mr. Petbarick to Bit Roderick Murebiaon, annonneei that when laat beard of tlie adrenturoua trareller area at Kemiaai'e Palace, diatant only eighty-fire mQea from lake Victoria Kyanca. A party of men belonging to Kurechid Aga, a trader of Gondokoro, who bad accompanied Mr. Baker to Kamraai, bad returned, end stated that lie bad resolved to remain there until the neit season. He bad twenty men with him, and had been well received. All the...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

Toesdat. November 1. False Pbxtekczs.—Edward A. A4am«, who is under committal for trial on the -charge of conspiring to defrand, was brought up, on remand, charged with obtaining £2 firm Charles Everest upon false preteuoes. The money was paid by Everest as part of a deposit of £20, required by the prisoner as Si entity for prosecutor's honesty in the dis charge of the duties of a collecting clerk, in which capacity he was engaged by prisoner. Another witness, named William Payne, proved having paid £6 to prisoner, nnder a similar understanding. Both of these parties were induced to apply to the prisoner by see ing advertisements for clerks which appeared Id The Argue. Mr. IL Oeorg-. publisher of The Argue, produced copies of The Argue con taining the advertisements mentioned by the witnesses, and also the originals of the adver tisements. The prisoner was committed tor trial.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

MISCELLANY. Br, Butyi wboee figure ni beneath' the oommoneixe, m one day aennatod in a public ooflre-room, by an Iran baronet of rolewal etalue, wfth, " May I peae to my aeat, O giant t" when the doctor, politely muing way, replied, "Paaa, O pigmy 1" "Oh! Sir," mid the baronet, " my cxpreeahn alluded to the aire of your intellect," "And mine to youre," eaidthe doctor. Sir William B , being at a parish meet-1 ing, made aome propomU which pare objected toby a tanner. Highly enraged," Sir," aaid he to the tanner,"do you know, Sir, that I hare been to the two Unireraitiea, and at two eoliegeein each Unireraty?" "Veil, Sir," eaid the farmer, "what Of that? I bad agflf tbatmckcd two coin, and the obaerration I made waa, the more he eucked the greater calf he grew." A Oalitornien gold-digger baring beoome■ rich,dc*ireda friend to purchase bimalibrary pf books. lb# friend obeyed, and moeired a' letter Of tbukathui worcedt—"IwmhWged to yooforthe peine of your Miration (Iper tjcuku^ admire a ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 81.Vohmt, October 81.' [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

Melbourne police court. Vohmt, October 81.' Fom*bt—Eugeue O'SoUlnBmc_ ig » uwfim far £82, In Mm «|§Aof clrfie mU £*tWb»<lk»W« tbeprhKmet'ifEeuhe .main U» each? of Omiah udAmim* <m.. toenHto*, nwte wIimm. Tb«*ignattire on Die cmoM prodnoea wm % ttottotaJttUon of the War witnflM tfxnod ttt lAtere. fcot heHghfedMUtbeqoa fflffer hhtly. It Mi t ragety,' Rrteouar hod re «*1M letten from tk when bo mm time kraptr. . He bed no authority to- «i*n chnjoee tirwitntB. Thomu Walter, ledccr keei*t of the National Bank, plated that JhepOMcer mne 'to the l«Uk on the elfbetJK^toM hot com**, witntwe 4U not knatkthe thihoefor'Mjpebt, bat took ttto theacctatmit,-■' AlfriS-rfUUt.ft aowwrttoit of the bank, stated the cheque produced wu handed to him by Jast witness. Beqoested Din to bring the Rum wb« promote I tb* cheque, when Mr. Waller brought the pri soner. To witness's question, prisoner setd Ihnt tie received the cucqoe from Mi. Hotter* worth, pf Gnstlemalne. HeahuMidhewoald go...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ERATURE. NORTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

A ERATURE. /oRTH AUSTRALIA.* JBev. Julian E. T. Woods has fairly for himself the right that, whatever sp ader the sanotion of his name should it-li from the press uud the public with id attention. laving ins socieLy wfiicliit leuntruoend unfair to doscribo as altoge ther indifferent to eeieiitiflc pursuits, "but which its warmest eulogists must allow completely, and perhaps necessarily, subordinates every thing purely intellectual to material advance ment, he lias devoted the sosWy totarvajs of leisure which alone fall to thedot of an active | Australian clergymen of whatever denomiua- | tion, to studying and describing the geology and natural history of his adopted country. I His labours in this field here met with recogni tion and acceptance in quarters far outside the colonial epliare- At the last meeting of the British Association at Nowcastlo-on-Tjno, bis paper on the geography of interior Australia was one of the choice bits of the sossion. The pamphlet now before us makes no ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

NEW INSOLVENTS. Philliph Bloom, of the Blue Mountains, storekeeper. Causes of insolvency—Falliog off of business, losses in mining, and bod debts. Liabilities, £401 18s. Id.; assets, £182 10s. 6d.; deficiency, £219 Is. 81. £L S. Shaw, official awtgne.'. Jane Kemp, of Melbonm°, late dairy keeper. Causes of insolvency—Losses in mining, and expense In law snits. Liabilities, £1810s.; assets, £15 14s.; deficiency, £210s. H. 8. tsbaw, official assignee. James Bowan, of La Trobestroet, late board ingbouee keeper. Causes of insolvency— Losses and falling off in business, and bad debts. Liabilities, £45 Gs.; assets, £13 7s.; deficiency, £31 17a James Moore, official as signee. John Gilmore, of Emerald-htll, monlder. Causes of insolvency—Pressure ot creditors, want of employment, and depression of basi nets. Liabilities, £18u la fid.; assets, £99 18s. 4id.; deficiency, £149 3a (fid- J- Good man, i fficial assignee. J William Brown, of Bt. Kilrla, hawker. Causes of insolvency—Family ticknow a...

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