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CONSECRATION OF ST. PHILLIP'S CHURCH, EAST COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

CONSECRATION , OI\r,,ST. rPHiLLip'S , church; Hast cdLiiiNGW.o'OD: '-.,. This.peremonyloqk ,place4 pri^, Saturday, 3rd inst., ^ inthe pres'erico. of. a . crpw4ed,.lcongrega gd'fcion.'.' The foundation st^one wiis'ldid' BySix Cllarles1 Dariingthree years Hgo: ' The church, which is built in the Gothic '-style,- and, when chancblarid.towor'areiaddedj'-will be one ef.tho prettiest ..churohes in the. colony, lias (been erectedratva ,cpsjij.^f.l;£24l4j,3s,;J1Mr/Lloyd Taylef Tboing 'tlib * architect. _ It at present ac 'cbmmb'dates: .300i ,'anii wh'en ; coinpletSd _ will Hbid' doiiblb tiiaii* ri'umb'er.' 'Thelcei-einpriy was commenced. : by1 ? the Bishop of Melbournb arid ?his, chaplain'; decompaiiie'd by his clergy, the registrar arid parish * incumbent !'(ReV.B. S.. Walker) ,? attired' in - their ' robes ,'? walking from the vestry dbor'thrbugli' the . churbhyard arid round to thp porch- of ' the church j whete they were received by the trustees,' : who rcoriduoted them tliraugh the chu...

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THE MUCKLEFORD RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

T^^MUpiCLEFpRD RUSH. Erom * tie Daily News, 14th August, we 8pjec|'thp follb\ying:: — ''* .: Rumors nave been in circulation for several days' post, of a rush at Muckleford. Yester&y it:waa currently -reported that a 80 pz nugget had bee'n'turned up! ' The' locale of thetlru9li is abeut' six miles I'from'pastlemainb, oud about a~ quarter of a' mlle''frbinl'5V[piik's Hp{el',''at Muckjef ord: * 'i'I^'is'lhlput:'a''i^e-distdnVfi:qin.':' the Castlemaine Dfeep1 ij'^ad' Cfompaiiy's claim,, which bears' SiE . i and only !10Q yards' from the Smith Mucldeford Enterpriso shaft',' which' was bottoiuGd, it Tviji '' b'e' 'recollected;' at 140' feet, wh'eii; the capital 'of the 'cb'mpany (wliioli was a' very small one) ' being expended, the claim was abandoned without the ground being proved' beyond the ''washing of % few ma chines of 'dirt witlippor:i;'esult. At thlifdepth h'oweyer, l^tO feet; tlie 'working was ;- so dry hat' n'ot even 'a! punip was required,' all the water j,hWe was boi...

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WOOL SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

wbbii ships, The f jllowingare the vessals which havo sailed with wool since our Jasst summary : — Sailed. Ship. Destination. Baloj. July 30 Wave of Life Tiondon .. 126f- ? Aug (! Sussex ..London .. 906 Total for the month ... .. 2168 Previous shipments .. ..'? .. 67,430 Total for tho year .. .. .. 69,596

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TOM DE CASTRO, THE CLAIMANT OF THE TICHBORNE BARONETCY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

TOM DE CASTEO, THE CLAIMANT OF THE TICHBORNE BARONETCY. Young Roger Tichborne, th secoad son of the late baronet, soiled in. 1853. f rom . England to Sonth .America, and -was . sot . afterwards heard of, the vessel having been lost at-sea, until lately, when a man known in New South. W ales as Do Castro set ,up his claim as the missing heir.- When in this part of the world Be Castro followed menial occupa . tions; he n as a journeyman butcher, and bovso-brcaker and. corteu nt Deniliquin. At Wagga rWagga ho married a gill of very'low habits and character — a coniinon servant of . a certain ' class, '.who, previous to marrying him, had. succumbed .to the attentions of several men, by one' of whom sho had a child. While': at Deniliquin, Do Castro, spoke at times oracularly that ho was a high-born man in disguise, and that ono day he : would tnrn up titled. -He was a very inferior look ing man, ? low, in his habits and customs, and had not apparently the most latent appeal once pf a gen...

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LAW AND CRIME IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

LAW AND CRIME IN VICTORIA. A return. of the legal and criminal business transacted in Victoria during the year 18C6, has befeir published. One part of it shows that in the gaols of 'the colony, of which there are ten, there was confined at the beginning of the year 846 prisoners ; and at tho end of the year, '8331 The number received was 10,819; the discharges, 10,295. Of those prisoners received,; 2093 liad been convicted once before ; 1034:, twice before ; and 974, three or more times. There were 53 deaths. The greatest number confined at any one time during the year was 1096. The penal establishments and hulks are 6 in number. In these, 1057 prisoners were confined at the commencement of the year, and 1075 at its close. The number received was 1138, and those liberated 1120. The' greatest number in confinement nt on.- timo during the year was 1243. Of the l^tul number received 460 had been once convicted before, 232 twice, and '418 three times or more ; of the prisoners in gaol f...

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DISASTER AT THE SYDNEY HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

DISASTER ' AT : THE SYDNEY ? . HEADS, y [FllOBI THE SYDNEY HERAJJJ, JULY 30.] Scarcely have the effects of tho late disastrous floods softened down in the public mind, ere it is our painful duty to record a terrible disaster on the return: of boisterous weather. On Sunday last about nine a.m., a heavy ? shower of rain fell over the' city, andasthe day ad vanced the wind veered round from the north to the south', and at about four p.m. it was ' evident that the night would be a wild one. ? At that hour the wind began ' 4o blow stiffly from the southward,' and heavy rainfell, which '? only : abated at distant in- tervals. . Thenight was very : stormy, and -heavy gusts of wind, almost reaching the force of a hurricane,' swept over the. city. At daylight yesterday morning, the gale ? continued frem the south, and, as may be supposed,-a. very heavy sea ^ was rolling ; in: at . the Heads, ? the rain and mist ^obscuring the horizon. .The ship Strdthdon, from London, hove in.sight'about eig...

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COLLISION BETWEEN THE STEAMERS BLACK SWAN AND LUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

COLLISION BETW:EEN THE STeImERS .'-? BLiGE;.::SWAN;:AN» LXJNAs^I^K'' The steamer ; Black Swan', -: « belonging? to' ? the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Compat^ left the '. '(Queen's iVharf , : : ? Melbpurn'eV' ':' at' v 10, o'clock on -Tuesday morning,,-. 16th July,1 for Launceston, and . had at 11 o'clock got nearly abreast of the breakwater run-: nhig off . from WiUiamstowxt, . when the! steamer ? Luna, coming ' from Geelong,: reached the same spot. The two vessels then came into ' collision, the Luna striking the; starboard-bow of. the Black Swan .stem oia,; cutting into her to a considerablo dis tance. So great was the force of the shook that it was with difficulty the Luna could, -by backing astern, extricate her-' self, and the Black Sevan's, head was 'forced from this course' :she ^iis g»ing' righi|»r6und.' The vessels having got 'clear, the Bla'ck 'Swan . began to settle down rapidly by the head ^anfli in -about/! ten - minutes, the water ; had reached' the funnel on _deok ; . ...

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THE FRUITION OF COLONIAL WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

THE FRUITION OF COLONIAL WINES. In response to an invitation from Mons. ltentsch, and Messrs Simmons and Dr. de Boehm, to taste somo wines made mostly from Geelong grapes, on a now' system,' known as Petiofc's, our reporter, in' company 'with other gentlemen, , was initiated into the mode of _ preparation, wliich has'' ' the merit of being new ''! in this colony, though long sinc9 recommended by some of tho highest authorities in Europe, and no doubt practised to a considerable extent' on the Continent iu the production of some of the choicest market able wines. Mops. Renlscli has cellars at 74 Lbnsaale'-street west',' and Messrs Siminprisand Dr. de'Boohni iii l?linder's-ldno west; ' As the system is common. to both firms, an account of the piocess adopted by one will suffice. Mons. Ren tseh professes to bo able to give a wine of a more palatable quality, and whioh would keep far better tl-iari those wines made according to tho old school. By the old school ho means tho continental ...

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MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY AND ART. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

; mupeum: qf industry' and art. ? , The. Government having^ appointed ^he Com - missipners pf the - In tercplpnial Exhibition of 186(5-7 a provisional committee to take the necessary Bteps for establishing a museum of I. industry, find' art on. the_ basis of tlie late Inter colonial Exhibition, they have ? taken the initiatpiy ' by the, publication ? of ? informa tion to those interested in tho promotion and developement of colonial industries. During tho Intercolonial Exhibition, the co-operation of the manufacturers both here and in the ad jacent colonies was invited, aud various articles of considerable value and interest have been received, and will servo as a nucleus for a museum, to whioh additional contributions ' will ba forwarded as soon as the building is prepared for their reception. It is very grati fying to find that tho colonies have given their hearty co-operation to the praposal. Som-e of tho most valuable of their ex hibits at the Intercolonial Exhibition have beon ...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JULY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

SHIPPING- FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS v:AU'?IVED AT THR . PORT OF Jl'LY. , 28. James Gwtlirio, Amorican ship, 830 tons Joseph Johnson, from Buston, via Bt! rhomas. Newell ami Co.; agents. 28. John Jflyston. Varquo, :J46 ton«, Johu Wyn i from.San Francisco. W. Owston aad Co agents. . ' 28. Formosa, .barque, 833 tons, O. Moore, from ? Mauritius; Joshut Bros., agorit*. 29. Anglesey,, sh:p, Blackvroll lino, 1028 tons, W. a. Mutfor, from London, via Plymouth. ? W. P. White an'l Co., aRenls. 29, Chariot of fame, ship. White Star Lin--, 1039 , tons, Joseph Devoy* ; fr.-m Liverpool. Lorimer, Alanvood and Rome. a'orit3. - August. 1. Queon.of tho South, ship Blackb'xH Lino, 1559 tons, Th);nas Reeves, from Liver pool. Brig-lit Br,08. nucl Co., rv'eiits. 3. Douglas, barqiio, 3H0 ton-, J. T.' Hummel, ?-??'? f om .Mauritius. Boy ) and Currio, agents. 3. SchioJi-m Dutch ship. 747 tons A Khipers. from Jiotterdam. Fanning, Nankivell and Ajp^T ngont^. , 10. GcOTong; IK and O'. Uo/s R.1I S., 1C00 tons. N. ...

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VESSELS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JULY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

VESSELS SAtLfeD , SINCE THJ3 BEPAT5 TURB OF THK JULY MAIL. Jniy.. , . ? 27. Excelsior, ship, ,1231 tons, .J.C. Atlcinson, t-r UUIao. Dicks jn, WiUiatn3, and Co., agents. . ,,r .''...' , ' . , 27. Avoca R.M..S, ,..l.r)00 torifi, A.. B .- Farquhir, for Point de Gal o. F. At. Koudxll, a»aut. 301 'Wave of Life;, iship, 8i7rtbn3, Roberp A. Poh-o't, for London. Da gety a-id Co., . . agents. AuriiTsi'. ... ;.. ._,!.' ? .?-.;..?. 1. La-vrjnooBrowo, ship, 912. toiis, G-.EJe-oe, t'o;- Nuwo iBtUi. i ord and Co., agonts; - . . 1. Eugonio, barquo, , 2ii2. tons,:C. iV. .\frin.(Djr lijolc, for Nbtt'oastlo. Bright liiotkers ^u:l t'o .ngjnts ,,- . .. , -,- '?._ . ,. 3. Formosa, b'a. ipio, 3S0 tons. Charles iMoore, for Mauritius. Joshua Brothers, a»-ent3. 3. Albert Edward, ship, 913 tons; O.E:Ly6ns, for Callio. Jamos Service and Co., agent i. - ?: , . ... . C Elizaboth N'ohjlson,. ship, .9X1 '0113, Thoi Ci-osbie, for Jyowca3tlo. Vf. Crosl.y and ? ?'?' Co , ngonts. -??-??? 6'. Sussex, ship. 9J0 tons, ...

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GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

ddnb s^:ip4. The following are. tho gold ships whijh have sailed since our last summary : — . Sailed. Ship. Destination. Ounce's. July 1i8A.voo=iI „. Point do iZAio .. 0,065 „ 29 -Vonga:VVoh Syduey .' .2,897 ,f! 30 Wave of Life London .. 25,0 ?» Aug. b'S.tnsex ...London .. .. a ',213 „ 8 Wonga Won. Syduoy .. .. , . 3,'O1 To^ai for tho inonHi .. .. 73 804 Previous shipments .. .. 1,010. Oi Total for the year ? 1 03 -.S6t ? Of this quihtity 1113,732 oz is tli a produce of Now Zealand.

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PASSENGERS SAILED SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JULY MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

PASSENGERS. SAILE-i- S[NOB TFtB Dfl PARTURB OF THE Jttr/V AfATf. Ju'y 27. — Avoca, R M.S. : For King Gaoriro's Sound, Mr Edwards ; for Gdllo, Mcshrs J. D. Wood, , M'Lollari, and four second cabin : for Marseilles, . Messrs Moss, Joshua, Br.oko-s, Downing, Kinnaird, an. I Illingworth. August (i. — Sussex, G: Rt. Millor. for T.o don : oa'-ifr: Kov Thoodoro Budd ti-ul Mrs Binlil, Mr and MVs B.-Haphaal, Mr and Mrs -lames Bun ford. Mrs Baradford and servant! Mr D,ivis aiid two children, Miss Clm H. RTchardsori, Mr J. IC-Boott, Mrs S. G. HoUand Dv Whi o; aud .one hundred and-, tli rtoon in'tho socond third cabins. _ ... ., .. _ -,- , ,,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

phivatb inquiry office. .t : (Established in,18CU)t 'I ;' 78 Elizabeth-street/ Melbourne. MB OTTO B E R L I N E H (lalo Dotoetivo Officer), has the honor to inform bis numerous trieuds and tho public gonerally, that, nt the suggestion of several mercantile tlrms of hlRh Htanding, and solicitors of eminence, he has outablishod PKIVATE INQUIRY OFFICE. . Mr B3rllaer has reason to hope that his uniform at tontion to business, coupled with tho good eharactor ]io hail the -satisfaction to recoivo on rotlrciuuut from p'ubuu servluo, will ontitlo him to merit tho con ildouco of his ompioyors A staff of oxperieueod offlcors aro kopt nnilor tho superintendence of tho undersigned to porform the following rluties : — 1 Inquiries for absconding debtors. 2 Do do insolvents. .;' ' . 3 Missing fr'.omU next of kin. ; 4 Debts colloeteu, C a Writs sorvod. BRANCH OFFIOE3 : London (Into Inspector Field's), P.Uiis, Nbw Yomc Bermn; ' Now South 'Walos, Charles Wright, Esq. AGENCIES: Now Zealand Provlncos. ...

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WILD LIFE AMONG THE PACIFIC ISLANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

* WILD LIFE AMONG THE PACIFIC ISLANDERS. [rBOM THE LHADEB.] from ona or two expressions which drop from Mr Lamont's pen, we take him to be an Irishman ; bnt, to whatever country originally belonging, he ia evidently an individual of a roving torn ; and . he now comes before the public with a narrative of his adventures, written with a liveliness of style which makes - bis book as exciting as the last sensation novel. His narrative, he tells us, is compiled frsm rough notes of a journal which he kept during ' a trading voyage to some of the islands of the South Pacific. When he set out, and how long he was away, we have no means of determining as there is scarcely a date in the book from beginning to end, and such as are given 'afford no clue whatever to the lapse of time.. Haying, at San Francisco, where he was en gaged in business, purchased a clipper. brig; of some 300 tons % burden, he -. proceeded to: sea with a Yankee skipper, and a hetsrogenousj crew, .and accompanied by a doc...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

THE MONTH. - The P. and 0. Company's steamer has again transcended punctuality, having put us in pos session of the 'news from the old world-two days sooHer than was expected. The R.M.S. Geelong, .with the Jane mails, arrived in Hob son's Bay at a quarter-past eight, on the morn ing of Saturday, the 10th inst. ??-???' -??'. The P., N.Z. and A;B.M. Company's steam ship Mataura arrived at Sydney, on the 30th June. Her dates were from England, 2nd June ; NewYork, 11th June; California, 11th June ; and from London,, by Atlantic cable, to 11th 'TfarieV': '?;,: . [ The party spirit which we thought had well nigh worn itself out,' has flamed up aspiin-. as bitterly as ever, and we axe threatened with a repetition of the crisis which occurred twelve months ago! The ^occasion which has given idse to this distracting state of affairs was the receipt from the Colonial Secretary of a des patch intimating that our late Governor, Sir Charles Darling, had formally renounced his claims on the Colon...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

.P'OiT OFFICE NOTICE. t. T.'jo . Uoyiil Mail stoatnship B m.bay w'll be de sniitohed with the mails for Western Australia, Point do Galle, India, China and the East, Adon, Mauritius, Reunion, Natal, Calio of Good Hope. . Suez, tlio Jloaitorrannoati port3, Europe, .Ame rica, and the United Kingdom. Thb times ap pointod^o.r olosing aro — For registbrbd lbttors, at six p.m., on Tues day, the 27th -mst. ? ? . For . iiow-spiipors (via Marsoillos exboptod), at six p.m., on Tuesday, the 27th inst. For ordinary' lbtters, at ton a in., on Wod nosday, tho 28th iust. For nowspapers, via Marseilles, at ten a.m., on Wodnosday, tho 28th inst. Lubi' lettfii-s will bo recbived as undor, pro vido'l tha postage and foo . aro fully prepaid by postago stamps : — , For Fmn'oa or forbigri countries via Franco, at the Gbuoral Post Offioo quly, from ton a.m. 'to half-patt ton a m.. 3d j frdiii half pa.-t ton a.m. to ol- von a. in., Od. Western Australia, Point do Gallb, Tndia, Chihtl arid tho E-ist, A don,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

, W. I. Ll K I E V --jM~ ELGH-' & 'CO l. , * *7 \Y V:-;.^1^.; ? .. [ .o^JtOH.; ''*4$$ queen-street,. 'V*' & ^|b£.V- ?? ' ? Y~A^/S'1|r, ffl$^ QUEEN-S T E E E T-, ' . , J'\ V.yf'''' : -- ;-t- ';}-kuST$;ALIAN AGENTS ' ' * m '^^QfiL&TtW&N, .|Hi|?TLEWORTH .-& CO., / ?? N\v\ '. \[ - ^' '? '' - ' ..g'-^&P EN?3 WORKS, LINCOLN. TO those not avoro or tho extent to which steam power has] already 1)een applied for farm purposes, it may bointeroslingtolenrnthatO. 8. & Co. have manufactured upwards of nine thousand steamengines, an nearly' Bovon thousand olght hundred thrashing machines. r ... J. Scientific and mechanical (.kill hitherto employed only in the manufacture of the higher and -more com -pllctttod cIubbos of macbinary, has heon judicious! ,- brought to bear with immenso advantage uponallC., S. -fe Oo.'s machines and enginou, thus ensuring groat accuracy of :flnishy»wi*h-mt-any' additional coBt tq;:'the pur chasers. Simplicity of c...

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THE VICTORIAN POULTRY SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 20 August 1867

THE VICTORIAN POULTRY SOCIETY'S ???? 's/': show. fi : ?''?? '; ??--:-. The show, which was opened on 1st inst., at St. George's Hall,' his the merit of comprising a larger nUinber'of 'exhibits /' than' any previous show of the; Victorian Sobieiy.' Tke'haU' is quite full from one: 'end to ^he = other. Oh the platform) or' stage,' : at the ^further end; the song birds, ; parrots jind' 'pigedhV have \ been located ; and! 'bo' 'numerously; filled'1 are' these classes that :' more rodin might with great ad. vantage hdve^ been given' them. No exhibits having been sent either from Arundel or' from the Acclimatisation Society, the increase' inthe number of 'pfehs seemed almost unacoQuntable'; until explained by'tbe presence of olasses'for young birdsj which had formerly no standing at these shows. But if . Arundel itself shows nothing, it is well' ; represented in the water fowl classes, where' the immodvite descendants of its Danubion, Ohinesen 'and5 Toulouse geese and Aylesbury ducks must...

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