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DISCOVERY OF NEW REEFS ON THE DARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 May 1865

DISCOVERY OF NEW REEFS ON THE DARGO. Mr Wingate, the mining surveyor of the district, under date, Grant, 21st April, 1865, forwards the following report to the Minister of Mines : — Sir, — I- have the honor to furnish you with the following report of the discovery of a new quarts   reef, at the head of the Dargo River, about fifty   miles from the township of Grant, Crooked River, and on the extreme northern boundary of this min- ing subdivision. The prospectors are Messrs Poll-   wick, Bromlie, George Brown and Box, who have been searching for reefs in that locality for the past three months, and have not been successful until about three weeks ago. The present discovery is situated en the right hand bank or Harrietville side of the Dargo River, and about ten miles below its source, on a remarkably steep spur, and only about 150 feet above the level of the river; the position rendering the working of the claim comparatively easy. The principal...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMATEUR BUSHRANGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

?'??.I.-: AMATEUB, BUSHRANGING. Giles Tatlock Chippendale appeared at the Gun dagriipolice-court; to answer (he charge of ' feloni- ously assaulting and robbing otie; Michael Scau lan of one bottle of brandy, ist Nangus Creek., Michael Soanian, sworn, said : I reside at Nangus , Creek, about' thirteen miles from Gundngni, on the road to Earongilly. I am a farmer, and live (here with my wife and family. On. the night of- 'tile 11th May, about llo'c'lock,- I was in bed,- and my family were also in' bed. I heard' a' knocking outside; I got up; and saw two -perrons ontside — ? the accused, and a person named John Maokins. I' did not know who they were. I hud never to my knowledge seen tho accused before. 'When I opened the docir the accused came in. Mackius followed. The accused told mo to get him some tea, and broad and ie en t. I got- a loaf of bread. He told: me to cut some- off it.' I did bo.' ' He told mo to bring some' water. I brought a pannikin,' but he' told me to bring a tumbl...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF MR HENRY GAITON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

DEATS OP MB HENRY GALTON... ? As inquest was held on the 7th inat, at Carnshnm, on the body of a Mr . Henry Galton, who waa sup posed^ to have committed suicide, but regarding' whose death the jury, in accordance with the medical evidence, returned ,the following verdict : — ' We find that the deceased, Henry Galton, died at Carng ham.on the Cth day of Juno, 18G5, from pulmonary apoplexy, but by what means the said disease was caused the jury are' unable to determine.'-1 ? The fol lowing letter, which was found lying near deceased, led to the belief that he had caused his own' death : — 'Snake Valley, Carnghara, 6th June, 1865. Dr. Hopper, J. P., Coroner. — You will be, no doubt, called upon in reference to myself. I feel anxious to call your partioalar attention to the state of a person who commits suicide. I contend that.. I am not mad or insane- — it is a point I have argued nmDy times.' Death is preferable to poverty — though many say the latter is ne disgrace, I grieve to say i...

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CURIOUS ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

? '',.;! ;; oorious action. ?'./: :; ;/ A curious action was tried in sthe Supreme Court on tho 27 th ult. Ifwasau instance of 'what trouble people who 'do a kindly aotibn' may bring them-' selves into.- ; The wife of Mr :Von der Heyd«, a Melbourne merchant,. took^ pity ,ou a^poor girl, who used to .come about, .the house in a ..destitute,; neglected condition. . She top: was a German, and .the daughter of a man named Sohullz, who hawked' fish from door to door, and whose wifo is a fortune teller, residing in Spring- street. ;? At first: the: child --was allowed- to come 'only occasionally, to ; Mr Von 'der ? Heyde's. She was : fed, clad,: ?and taught. .' Being found tractable,' ' she ? waa ultimately adopted altogether, and, '-, to prevent con tamination, was not suffered to visit hep parents, although they wore free {o come to her. . By-and- ; by, the mother claimed the child, and, insisted ' upon huving her, . for what purpose the ?- verdiot of thB jnry leaves no doubt. . Mrs 'Vo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WORKING OF THE LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

THE WORKING OF THE LAND ACT. In the Legislative ' Assembly, on Tnesday, 13th inst., Mr Snodgrass asked the hon. .the Commis sioner of . Lands whether he was satisfied with the working of the Land Act of 1865, or whether it had come under his notice that any eva sion had. taken place nnder that act. He hoped the hon. member wonld not object to answer the ques tion, seeing' that he had experience of the working' of the system. ? * '? Mr Grant said ho could not do better than read to ; the lion, member the actual result of the operation of the aot. Up to last night, the total num ber of acres aeleoted and leased amounted to 688,895, which had been taken up by 1927 persons, of whom 88,0 were certificate-holders, who had ob tained 69,524 acres. -Under the new act, -1547 lessees had. leased 519,371 acres. The total rental paid to the Crown by the lessees of the land se leoted under the new aot was £60,390 . per annum. Hitherto the amount of the rental obtained, for the same quantity of la...

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CHRIST CHURCH, DAYLESFORD.—SEE PAGE 7. THE EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH AT DAYLESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

CHRIST _ CHURCH, DAYLTSSFORD.— See Pack 7. THE EPISCOPALIAN CHURCH AT DAY LESFOKIX The walls aro built of a yellowish sandstone, found at Daylesford, 2 ft 6 in thick. The nave is to be 81 Eeet long by 30 feet broad. The chancel, 22 ft by 2G ft. The tower, 13 ft square inside, 20 ft outside, and. 80 ft high, with stone stair in a turret at one of the angles, to ascend to top of the tower from whence there will be ono of the finest, views in the colony. The roof is open timbered with moulded arched ribs and moulded,pillars under..The style adopted, is transitional from first to middle pointed. At present tho nave , only is built, and it is one bay less in length than it was intended, or 69 feet. The architect of Mr Leonard Terry, of Melbourne : ' ?? „_ QUEENSLAND RAILWAY. Tho first railway which has been started in Queens land may be said to have been formally inaugurated on the 22nd of April last, when a portion of. the line was so far completed as to admit of the running of an ex cu...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.^ MipM'DpuaiLi.' SroABT.-7-Some of bur readers may- have; perused : a Bpeeoh^aelivered by^eur ex-^ ploror Stuart, in February last, at a reunion of re turned Australians held , in' Glasgow. If so, they will not forget the ' pathetic tone of his 'brief re marks, proving, as tbey did, that the once hardy bushman had been '.used up.' He said— 'He regretted that his eyesight and his memory were so far gone^that he was/ unable et^n ' to Jconapose a speech, or indeed to recollect many of the incidents that happened throughout the course of his. explora- tions. He had spent nearly eight years of his life in exploring the vast Australian continent.' These circumstances appear to have attracted the atten tion of friends of science and of Australia, and Mr Stuart has been advised to petition the House of Assembly -for' a further pecuniary provision. Thia document states that the health' of the petitioner is completely bioken, that his eyesight is gone, and that the use of his ...

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THE GORGE, ON THE RIVER TORRENS, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—SEE PAGE 7. GORGE ON THE RIVER TORRENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

THB GORGE, ON THE BITER TORREMS, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.— Sub Page 7. GORGE ON THE RIVER TORRENS. ? Independently of ita pictorial merits aa an illustra tion of Australian scenery, the annexed view has in terest socially as the source of the -wator supply to Adelaide the South Australian capital. It spooks for itself as ono of the pleasant resorts of our Adelaide neighbors ; and we have only to add that the stream indicated is the river Torrens,' on which the capital itself stands, on the east aide of Gulf St. Vincent, in latitude 85° South, longitude 138 J' East, with a port eiglit' miles distant on an inlet of, the sea. The Torrens has a south-westerly course, from Mount Single Tree of the Lofty Range, through Adelaide to a marsh ? near the Gulf, and commemorates a name now well known far beyond Australian boundaries. The Mount Lofty Range, in addition to primitive foundations of metalliferous slates, quartz, &c, has good building stone in its pricacious sandstone, besides talc a...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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WEST COAST GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

WEST COAST GOLD-FIELDS. The steamer William Miskin arrived yesterday from Hokitika, bringing with her en freight nearly 11,000 oz of gold. We hear that this left a consi derable quantity still in the hands of the banks, but that the amount shipped was considered as muoh as could prudently be put on. board one small steamer. The Wallaby is expected to return on Friday evening or Saturday morning next, and will no . doubt also have a large freight of gold. ' Considering the season of the year, and the quantity of rain which has fallen daring the past month, the amount of gold obtained on the West Coast mast be -regarded as highly sa tisfactory. We expeot the shipment to Sydney, on Saturday next, will be about 20,000 ounces. The state of the roads leading from Hokitika to the1 va rious diggings is the subject of constant complaint in the local newspaper, and a system of wooden rail ways is advocated. Applications we are told are be coming very numerous for ngrioulturalleases, and se ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

!; .- . ,| E;^r;L*AB^G-;E M-E;N.T/i ' ,; .T-H E'::fEEt.LY A GEt , ?-' L - (* -- -^ -?--*?— - f ?-' '? -^Nx- 1XS ' ; ' - '?' '''' ' ' -'-??? :_i- * . AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS; ?.;' ??'?!.~.. ,v''';'-: JOtTRNAL. '-' ?':''.' ?'?.-;;?'??;?{ '' ( -.'??? . '?? ? , . ? '. '-. ' .'? '. ' '? , ','?'? On Friday, 30^h September, the Weekly Aob wiU appear in.1 a new and improved shape,' and in a greatly 'enlarged size. - , ;. .'-.?':' . .' ? ; The Farmers' Journal, after 'a long and prosperoua career as; an independent paper, will henceforth be incorporated with the .Wbeklt Age, '? and the tw» papers', each retaining its own special features of in terest and respective literary and editorial staff, will unite their forces so as to produce a journa.1 superior - to anything yet issued from the Victorian 'Press. 'For this purpose the Weekly' Aois will be enlarged- by . four extra pages ? (equal to eight pages of ' the Fanners' Journal), thus making it, the laegebt PAPKB-rar thb Ar/STRALIAN CO...

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THE CAPTURE AND DEATH OF GILBERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

THE CAPTURE AND DEATH OF GILBERT. Another of the gang of outlaws, whose crimes have for a considerable period made law and order a mockery, and a bye-word in the sister colony of . New South Wales, has come to a violent end. Gilbert had been associated with O'Meally and Hall in their more daring depredations, and his fate has been a similar one to theirs. The police, who had been for some days on the trail of Gilbert and Dunn, his comrade in crime, at length, on Friday, the 12th ult., received in formation, which led them to suspect that the bush rangers were in the neighborhood of the township of Binalong. Accordingly Senior Coristablo Hales, accom panied by constables King and Bright, proceeded that night to the house of a person named Kelly, on tho Binalong Creek, where they had reason to believe Gilbert and Dunn were, concealed. The constables remained there from between nine and ten o'clock on Friday night until two o'clock on the Saturday morning, without observing anything co...

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PORT CHALMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

PORT CHALMERS: This sketch represents Port Chalmers and Otago Heads as viewed from the churchyard on the road to the Recreation Ground. Port Chalmers is situated at the head of the deep water navigation, about half-way between the Heads and tho town of Dunedin. The distance to the Heads is seven miles, and, as there is for about a mile in that direction good anchorage for the largest vessels, all cargo is discharged at this point by means of lighters, the navigation upwards to Dune din being impracticable for vessels over 300 tons. The township iB picturesquely situated in a bay, open only to the eastward, and is surrounded' by richly-wooded hills of considerable altitude. The population, which in former days consisted of but a few Maories, supple mented occasionally by whalers' who resorted to the port as a boiling station, has greatly increased in con sequence o£ the influx of business consequent upon the gold discoveries. Notwithstanding the increas ing commercial importance of t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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LAND SALE IN THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

LAND SALE IN THE EXHIBITION BUILDING. The Exhibition Building, in William-street, Mel bourne, presented a busy scene on the morning of the 22nd of May, when it was used as the central land office for the selection of agricultural areas under fclir new act. A large number '' of selectors wore presont, evidently from tho country, whose eagerness to got in side the building occasioned a serious crush ; but, very soon after admission, order prevailed and continued throughout the whole of the proceedings; The doors were opened at nine o'clock and closed at ten, after which no one was allowed to enter. The mode of de termining the priority of selectors was at once simple and effective. Each person entering the building was furnished with a ticket, upon which he was required to write his name, and then drop the ticket into a box. At ten o'clock, when the doors were closed, 645 tickets had been deposited in the ballot-box, and the real business of the day commenced. Mr Morrah, the land offi...

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THE BLUE MOUNTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

THE BLUE MOUNTAINS. -The Blue mountains of New South Wales aro re markable for a scries of valleys which long presented an inseparable barrier to the attempts of the most enterprising of the colonists to reach the interior. Mx Darwin, in his ' Naturalist s Voyage, has given such a graphic description of the peculiar features of these valleys that we are enabled at once to under stand the nature of the difficulties which defied all passage for many years. 'About a mile and a half,' he says, ' from the little inn, called the Weatherboard, the country is elevated 2800 feet above the ~ sea. Following a little valley and its tiny rill of water, an immense gulf unexpectedly opens through tho -trees, which border the pnthway, at the depth of perhaps 1500. feet. Walking on a few yards, one stands at the brink of a vast pre cipice, and below one sees a grand bay or gulf, for I know not what other name to give it, thickly covered with forest. The point of view is situate as if, at the head of...

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THE KENT GROUP, BASS'S STRAITS.—SEE PAGE 7. THE KENT ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

THE KKNT GROUP, BASS'S STRAITS.— See Page 7. THE KENT ISLANDS. All who navigate the waters which wash the southern shores of the Australian Continent must be quite familiar with a group of islands in Bass's Straits, distant about 120 miles from Port Phillip Heads, and lying in the direct course of vessels bound from that port to New Zealand, or homeward by Cape Horn. They are known' as tho Kent group, consisting of seven or eight islets, of granite formation. They rise out of the water in the most picturesque manner, a,nd their stony slopes, which are of a pink color, show some what like irregular pyramids. The timber, which is very scanty, is a dwarfish brushwood, having tho dusky hue peculiar to the foliage of Australia. These islets, and, indeed, all the islands in Bass's Straits, aro frequented by a bird called the sooty petrel, better known to seamen under the name of the sheer-water, and locally as tho mutton bird. The passing voyager is often astonished at the number of these...

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VICTORIAN WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

VICTORIAN WATER SUPPLY. Tho following is tho sclied-lo of works projected for tlio general supply of water to the' ^various districts of the colony :— ' ? : ' ra i* t I 117 7 - § _-3 ,3 5 A' Principal If for Mining, g Locality to bo ?Q''3 65 3 S .«._*« -S _. ., .9-2- S . h ^ ° a sonreo irrigation, g °|. S5« g ' *_ a ,«-,'- . J Supplied. iS-gJ' -sft 'SS I' .1 3t| °* ^ dOm°Sti0 I § t! §j ^igf - _ ' &-9 |gS snpply. purpoBos. ^ _ ^ TownofGeelong . .. 1,000,000 25,000 11,000 1,000,000,000 \'. ^^4^.' ^tion '^ ^.' 15000° OA8TUEMAIKE AND BAUD ? . nnnsT distiiiot. ^Castlcmaino,Camp-*l - bell's Creek, Chcw ? ton, Eaglehawk, El phinstono, Epsom, Harcourt, Kangaroo ' UTiniTnw irrimtinn Flat, Longwood, )- 3O,0CO,O00 62,000 61,000 4,000,000,000 250,000 ColibanKiv'r al ™ -'„'?:' 320000 Long Gully, Mai- . and domestic .. don, Muoldoford, Myers' Flat, Sand- . hurst, Taradale, Whito H_ls, &c. J fll) Valley Of tllC Lod- ) Mmincr irricTnii'nn V-don __d Fryer's I .. 12,000 ? Lo^K'''tdlSc...

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FORTIFICATIONS IN HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

FORTIFICATIONS IN HOBSON'S BAY. On page 13 is exhibited a Bkotch, of the fortifications proposed to be constructed in Hobson's Bay. Many yearB tigo a committee was appointed to consider the subject of national defences, and various schemes have ' been suggested from time to time, points of difference Iiavirrg arisen between the naval and military authori ties chiefly consulted. Majors Pasley and Scratchley, of the Royal Engineers, recommended a line of forts extending from 'Williamstown across Hobson's Bay to Point Ormond. The .positions' -of the forts proposed to he laid down by them are marked in our sketch by the vertical lines of the forts, and by the letters E, Fi G,' H; while the positions proposed by Sir W' Wiseman are marked by the horizontal lineB of the forts, and the letters A,'C,D.' The fort near the Railway Pier at Williamstown, marked by' chequered lines and the letter B, is common to both schemes. It will thu3 ? bo seen that the positions selected by Majors Pasley and...

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THE OLD AND THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

THE OLD AND THE NEW-TAKIFF. ; The following is a statement showing the amount of duty collected under the old tarilf duriii« tho, months of February, March, April and'May^' 1864, comiiared -with the collections under the new tariff ' for the samo period of 1865, with tho amount' that would have been collected under the old tariff, and the estimated collections for four months of 1865 under each tariiF:— : , , , . Head o)E Keceipt; f» §S Is^ ^1*^ -Jg £ , £ £ £ £ Spirits .... . . 171986 177267 177267 170000 170000 Wine .: .'.' ..15908 16110 16110 15000 15000 Beer .. .. ... 14263 ? 12S36 12336 10667 10667 Tobacco, &c. .. 48562 51654 C1654 48333 48383 Tea .. .... 49100 23079 46158 40000 21667 Sugar, &c; ... .. 28824 25107 51214 40000 23383 Coffee ? 3755 4512 4512 4000 4000 Opinm .. ..- ... 13436 5374 7008 10000 6667. Eice ??...- .. .. 7563 6265 6265 6384 5384 Dried fruits . . . . 4682 14801 4682 5400 13513 Hops and malt ... 3849 4752 4752 4666 4666 Registration fees .. 7...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

? — T_.*e*'~~La--beBton Examiner of the 8th, says: — ?„? The Gazette furnishes the nsual return of the receipts from customs at the ports of Hobart Town and Launceston for the month of May, which, we perceive, although they exhibit an increase upon the receipts of the preceding month,* are less favorable than we expressed our anticipations that they would probably turn out. The total amount received was £11,020 14s lid, being £6213 4sf5d from Hobart Town, and £.807 10s 6dfrom Launceston. Revert ing to our comparison last month, based on the Treasurer's estimate of customs revenue for the cur rent year of £145,800, whioh is at the monthly rate «f £12,150, it appears- that, instead of the month of May' having helped to bring up the aggregate deficiency on the preceding months, it was itself deficient— discarding shillings and pence —by £1129. In five months customs have yielded £54,544 10s Id, instead of, according to Ministerial -estimate, £60,750, or a deficiency of £6206. The -figu...

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF BREADSTUFFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 24 June 1865

imports and exports od' beead :.'- ?'?:''.'??:' stuffs.' ??' . .''?;?;?' ?- The following is a return showing the quantity and value of the undermentioned breads tuifa, &'c, imported to, and exported' from, the colony during the years 1863, 1864, and the first quarter of 186S. '3}t)Ki '^ : 'SOhJ g.. S ? S....55- ? .'.v - :-O:. . ? ? ? .. '. £}? . . :.' -. .- .. 3-- : ????.''' ??.§?: : m['w. q I I . '.:': ' .''. . ?' g,.-' f '' ' '', ?. v,',.', t-* t-j J-» hmh , ;, - - OO OO OO ? ? CO CO CD ? ? OJOTO gS CO O» Vxit^VO ? - - P- H* Q3 ? .-- *.S-Pw g ? .? ? ? to ? ?£-??? ?otoo-g- § M . oooifry ,?; M ? S ? o ? ? o-)_- ? S-: — o ao ♦#*? o **3 £? cotoQ ?-* m ggg^ £ . -..* . fessi«» I' -°V ?? cnsoiu 5- q ' ohh ' »'??,? 14 ______ __ . .0 t»-lOS g , H«tOJ--H3 g ?? SS&f- 5- feiw Sgg§ 5. wM '...' 00 h- ^^ !_. . S: _j B '-» 1-4 » £' ? S: iJB -?: -.;::' **.. fi- ? - — i- — ?-%%. MM ' -*q 2 W °^ CD O3 '^ ' 2 S' »ciob g ?; cocobsg g' 'SE3g|* 5- &??? SSSg' S-: ?.&»' _ ...

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