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CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

CASTLESIAINE DISTRICT. At the Warden's Court, held at Newbury (Blue Mountains), on Wednesday last, thirty six cases and applications were decided by the warden, Mr. T. D. 8. Heron. The JTomf Alexander Mail asserts that during the last three months 1,000 new claims have been granted on that gUd-field.

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

k ...JJ the different heeding! (any he relied open u being em lent Id erery' pertknler t—lbe Bind el Dope.—The return! for the week ere 631 aaneee. A farther tdnne h» teken nteee In thii eoinpeny'e eorlp; they ere held to-aey for AIM, . whltl there ere bajren at £l36toa tense.' The Greet Redes EitendeA—Hie wuhlng far flu week l« 176 dssMe trdm the ellavlei, no eleehlng np hertng taken Piece »t the bettery. Scrip here re.. zneised taj Bra eQ the week et £!£ end CM: e rery huge retsm ft expeoted Irym the querte. The Koh-l-noor Oompeoy.—The return from Able oonpeoj ere for the future expected to be eomethlng enormous; 893 ounoee>re the retumi for thle week'e ereehlog. Scrip ere In demand todey et £66, bat we heir of none offering under £6 J. The OoemqpollUn.—The week's returns ere 120 ounoee. Scrip here been rery little deelt In, and that at a reduced, figure. They era offering today at £16. Band-In-Hand Company.—A full than In thle com pany (eight acrlp)wal eold,under preeiure, on ...

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

PORT OP SYDNEY. Nov. 1.—Tun, for Otago; Atom Jeeale, for Imnn eeston; I. K. htemn, for Adelaide; Oity of Mai bourne, for Melbourne ; Tom Tom, fur Brisbane. Srrnei, of die peaeeges by the noil steamer Bombay boring been token almost immediately pre. rioui to bor departure, the Uat of passengers published In our lame of the 87th lost. m not ecoumtaly sop piled. The following (a, howerer, o eoircotod 11 at of depertores bjr that teead:—For Point de Dalle—Kr. and Mia. Vena Ague* and three children. For Calcutta —Mr. and lira. Buruelde, Mr*. Pearson, Mr. end Mr*. P. Btone ond eight children, Mrs. Smith, Mlaa Mil ward, Mr* Birr ond two children. For Bombay— Ohptaln Stewart. For Sua—Kr. Edward Wilson, Mr. ond Mil. Brodrlbb. For ilerwUlet—Mn. Kerr, Mrsn* llufheld, Jtmugne, Loatraa, Biurell, and lieutenant Brook. For Southamptou—Meesn. Whit field, Deny, and Funwiek. Tsu Quoenalond Steam Korlgatloo Crmpeny's new MoamiWp Lof|y Vonog, an route lor Brubane, put Into thla port yesterday, In comma...

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

COMMERCIAL. flu Awtroltim Office, S*tard»7 Eranlog. The dolMM which ha* ohaiMterlied the Import market daring the put week hen not been relieved by ur tranisctlons of Import ance et 11* close, end we here heerd of do operations beycrd the costamvp routine of trade salee. 1b flour, quotations remsln un changed. Salee of Adelaide, of limited extent, are reported, but foreign sorts are completely Inactive. South Australian wheat U offering at 10b Od.; California!! end Chilian, from lh.8d.to 0s. 6d. Beporta wf injury to the crops in the neighbouring colony from rost are presented from various growers in the Adelaide papers, bat these statements are not borne oat by private ndvtcee from parties unoonneoted with the flonr and grain trade. These Utter speak of the present crops as even exceeding those of last year, both in qua lity and abundance. In rice no farther raise are reported, excepting of a damaged parcel forming portion of the cargo of the Land wuhrden. Teas are in better demand....

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM & GARDEN. CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

THE FARM ft GARDEN. •TTeonan matter, txMlimtedfrom the tApam.J CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER, KITCHEN OAUDEN. The inquiries node, from time to time, 'from parties on the Mntrny and other jiortl cm districti, for information on the proper times of the year for eoiring and planting, will necessitate a repetition of the latitudinal -directions given about fifteen months ago in the pages of the Yeoman. To' adapt the information contained in the •'Garden Calendar "of The Auttralaeian ao far as possible to the wants of Australians is the design of these monthly notices. That the information contained in the calendar Is appreciated among the colonists, far and wide, is a sufficient guarantee of Its correct ness and value. To apply the directions to different localities, exposures, climates, and soils, in such an extensive countty, will need discrimination on the part of the gardener or amateur. Aa a general rule, taking 200 miles in a northerly direction from Port Philip Bay, will make -^differenc...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. FISH CULTURE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

CORRESPONDENCE. FISH CULTURE. TO TBV IDlTOa or TH» 4U«T*AMIMUr., ' Sir,—I respectfully hope yon will forgive j one who bee tbe cease of acclfmatlsationait heart its mnoh as yourself, for Intruding oi your apaoe with a few remarks on the sub ject of breeding the fisluof the Murray Hirer, orratber.of idtrodncinglhem into many lakes. and riven now barren and idle. Tbe reasoua < which induce no to call attention to tbe 'subject at present are—first, that this is the breeding season ; and secondly,' thdt' by taking advantage of tbe season at once tbe qolet, earnest,:-true patriot' oau, at small expense* contrive to obtato'sererai kinds of1 .fishto stock rivers, &c., this year. By obtaining the ova of -the cod-and, wlrringle (or golden .perch.of tbe Murray) any river could he filled with valuable food; and -the transmission of the Ova would not entail much coat, nor would it be attended with risk, ea la the case when live fish are taken about in casks, A little wet moss...

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

millions. J OSMowgr ... 282 ftgfvfce 187 MHotUj fot Mr. OtthtBMir - 76

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

CANTCIUINP. Z«tl ... ... ... ... 1,687 Biodon .„ ... ... ... 1,619 Oamntw. .1. 1,100 Bmrth ... 848 Sm/ti ... ... A.. 776 : Mmu. Zm1. Bicaon, ana Oupester re tamed.

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

note In «ay mj nib ®r .degenemyjn,! tonua, in comma •n en^ccea-to g ftai') Urn** bone* found ever capable of going such a distance. In fact,' lasting powerful well-developed animals ire no longer needed on the turf, a* there is not the none? to W made out of them which map Jm realised by a smart two-year-old, or a speedy weed, that can jnst live over the two-year-old oonrse." The racing of two-year-olds Id this 'country is on a very limited so&le, so that "Viotom is acaroely open to the stated chatge against the English system of racing, although the periodical referred to, which has ' a larger number of readers than any of the recognised sporting papers, states that "this perni cious practice is surely and 'certainly undermining the "breed of our English horses." We have more to do with the examples which are furnished of hopes in after life, yet we cannot overlook the remark made by the clever writer of the paper referred to, that " a really good homo is of very little val...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN EDITION. THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. TURF VESTED INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

TOWN EDITION. the SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. TUEF VESTED INTERESTS. Vested interest* must be respected, although they are very frequentlyfound obstinately standing in the way of useful reforms. It becomes, therefore, the more necessary to watch very closely the occa sions and opportunities under which vested interests come into existence. It 1 may be aound polioy to encourage the ; growth of new interests i bqt it must be j a most prudent course.to provide, if pos sible, that the enterprise of the present' day shall not become the obstructive nuisance of future years. If in more important public affairs it is wise to keep these considerations in ; constant view, it is especially obligatory j upon the sporting pubho to take care that J no new vested interests are allowed to epringjip on the Metropolitan Turf which may stand between them and a proper j measure and quality of sport at reason able intervals in the year. Bo far as the quantity of racing is concerned, the ex perience of the past s...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECOND DAY.—FRIDAY, NOV. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

Sboonc Dat.-Feid.it, Nov. 4. Friday of the present spring meeting may be looked upon as ** the off day" between the buty times of the grant betting raoe of the Thonday and the steeplechase of Saturday. Consequently there were few people present, and the sport iras altogether of an Inferior quality. Only one of the erents produced what could be oonsldered a raoe in earnest, Where there was any doubt about the result before the affair was half ont. The Oaks ended In a eort of walk-orer, the seoood filly only starting for form's sake. The Derby held was rednosa to four, owingto an unfor tunate accident happening to Roebuck just before storting, which most prevent his ever racing again. It appeared that the cult wm unusually fretftil end fidgetty on being brought out, and in taking his canter iho wed temper which Morrison, into «ras riding him. attempted to comet, whereupon the colt round, thn turned ahaip round, threw his rider, and ran into the fence about the ranger's cottage, of the...

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

COMMERCIAL Thursday Evening. To-day las been almost a blank in the im port market, scarcely any holiness having been transacted, in consequence of the elec tions and races. Early in the day a parcel of Kartell's dark brandy, in quarters, changed hands at St. 6d.; for the same in hhds., 8s. 3d. is the present quotation. In floor somesmall operations have occurred, bat nothing to affect prices. For best brands, £24 to £24 10s. is still being asked. In foreign we have not heard of any sales. The Margaret Daviee, which arrived at Sydney from Valparaiso j with breadstnffs, has been despatched to this port without breaking bulk. The Sea Ranger, from New York, anchored in the bay to-day; she brings about 3,000 barrels of floor. The failure of a house in Invercacgill operating to a limited octant ia this market is repotted, bat we have as yet received no authentic in formation respecting it. Friday Evening. Business in the import market to-day has been principally confined to trade orders, ...

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

MELBOURNE SPRING RACER Thnmday, Friday, and Saturday, 3rd, Ah,I endfith November,1864. Steward*:—Captain Stendiah.ft. Goldtbrough, &q, H. C. Jeffreys, Saq, G. Waiaon, Eeq., ), F. Hagujin, Eaq.; 6tarter—Mr. G. "Wataoo. Jadgo—Mr. J. G. Docgharty. Ctok of the Ooome—Mr. Tat? fajnmn. Vaa Day—Tjnntani.r. The Victorian Seeing CSnh commenced tl»btgMb«iiw«i>hrwrthwultheb- j cmnatanrea in the present epriog, and under \ the eepedal patronage of Bia Excellency the Governor, who arrived on the ooorae shortly before the eporta of the afternoon had eommenoed. Some months had elapaed aloce a molar race meeting had been hdd to immune, and the public appe tite wae whetted for the oocartoo. Tbe bOi of Imtas KiraBlVMtUltothoODDOr tun^rfmbSMilngthafomeoftho vlllO. aa oaterem for apart of thia daaortptiou; bat •erne allowance mnat be made for thediffl cuHiee that moetly attend beg} nam. The atewaida. In tact, attempted nothing beyond the molar programme of a aeoood rate race-gathering; and, i...

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

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. WANGARATTA, Fbiimt. The following addition*! returns of polling for the Wormy Boroughs hare been re ceived:— — Mnrphy. Weekes. Eoroa 16 NIL Avenel 25 2 Seymour A - 7 9 Seymonr B MIL 33 The returning offioer his declared the gross poll to be:— Mnrphy . 221 Weekes . 123 Majority for Murphy 98 SYDNEY, Thobsdat. The Home divided after midnight. There waa a majority of seven against the Govern ment, The amended address will be pre sented to the Governor to-day. When the House reassembled the Golonlal Secretary asked for an adjournment until Tuesday to decide on what course the Go vernment would pursue. A stormy debate ensued as to the resignation of the Auditor . General, and an adjournment only until to morrow was permitted. Two men, supposed to be the perpetrators of mall and other robberies on the Northern mad, wen captured yesterday, near Mai fr iend. The Government have commoted the sen tence of the aboriginal condemned to death for rape, to Imprisonment for ...

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

THE ELECTIONS. WEST MELBOURNE. The candidates for this district were Mr. J. H. Blackwood, Ur. Ptaippe Turnbnil, Cap tain M'Mahon, and Alderman Harbison: and tbe election reenlted in the return of Mr. Blackwood and Mr. Harbison—the former by a considerable majority, as the annexed table will show. i®i-cl®Ey:iQDa j | b-Si ">£J ^5 !l | £ Blackwood .. 4TB ! 179 | lW Harbison .. .. 237 I 102 j 169 irMahon .. 377 1 117 125 Tumbnll .. .1 376 1 150 1 09 1C3 2*5 1SS TO 969 793 667

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

EAST MELBOURNE. For this district (which returns two repre sentatives) there were four candidates for election, vis.Messrs. Edward Cohen and Ambroee Kyte (who represented the consti tuency in the late Parliament), Mr. B. C. Aspinali, and Mr. D. Wemyss Jobson. The result of yesterday's polling, as declared by the returning officer, was—for Cohen, 990 votes; Kyte, 980; Aspinali, 862; and Jobson, 122. The two former candidates, Messrs. Cohen and Kyte. were accordingly declared duly elected. The result of the poll having been announced toe very numerous crowd collected outside the Mechanics' Institute, the two successful can didates appeared, and briefly thanked the electa re for their support, and promised faith fully to observe the pledges which they had given to their constituents. Mr. Jobeon next came forward, and, in a few eet phrases, ex pressed his disdain for the electors who had failed to appreciate, and neglected to suoport. him—observations which were received with the most h...

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

NORTH MELBOURNE. The polling for this district was attended with a very slight degree of excitement. The candidates were Meesn. W. Robinson, J. G. Bortt, W. levers, B. Donovan, and P. Phelan. About fifty persons assembled roand the Town-hall, Hotham, at five o'clock, bat It was nearly seven before the retains could be announced. They were as follow | t= , £, H I I 1 962 959 106 66 £1 207 191 67 99 66 254 241 65 SO 33 492 4£i 191 147 72 1215 1175 425 272 242 BoMimob Burtt lever* Donovan Fhelaa Messrs. Robinson and Bortt are therefore the successful candidates.

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

/% THE DAIRY. Ltlie show last week, who 1 the many fiue lots of but flie very good-looting cheeses r the Board's special prises, been sadly disappointed on ; to the yard to see the animals from j the raw material is obtained. Of all the cattle classes, that for cows is invariably the most unsatisfactory, not in regard to numbers, for there arc gone rally plenty of entries of one hind or other, but in regard to the want of character in the specimens put forward as the best of those we have for dairy purposes. This class always contains a most heterogeneous collection of animals, irom a pedigree shorthorn down to a veritable scrubber, the latter often show ing better for milk than its more aristo cratic relative; but a really good dairy cow of any of the breeds or varieties reoognised as excelling for the production of either milk or cream is seldom seen in this part of the yard. Some of the best known here of these breeds certainly have classes for themselves, but the most perfect da...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MULE AND DONKEY SHOW AT ISLINGTON. (FROM THE MARK-LANE EXPRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

MULE AND DONKEY SHOW AT ISLINGTON. (FBOK TOT KABE-UHB BXTBES3.) Tiie arrangements wore excellent, and never perhaps were donkeys so msgnrfiocntly accommodated with (tabling, for the; filled the epecious well-padded boxe* that a week or two before held the forty and one thoroughbred!, including a winner of the Derby, and all the high-priced cattle in the shape of huntera and chorgere. The Jacks and Jennies appeared to he delighted with the change, and kicked up their heels and brayed away to their hearts' content, in no way awed by tits grandeur of the place, although the change from the email abed of the coster must hare been as great as lite state apartments at Buckingham or Windsor would hare been to their ownen. The continued and raried bray ings of the jack asses—one or the coalers declaring his was troubled with the hiccups—and the many comic antics these rampant gentlemen went through with one another and their ownen, caused infinite merriment in the morning when they were bef...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SCHRADER BROME. (BROMRS SCHRADERI,KUNTH; CERATOCHLOA PENDULA, SCHRADER.) Being a Paper read before the Imperial and Central Agricultural Society of France, Feb. 3, 1864. (TRANSLATED EXPRESSLY FOR THE MARKLANE EXPRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

THE SCHRADElt BROJIE. (bsours &c11hade1k, kckth ; Cekatocdloa fekdfla, sfheadkb.) ST X. ALFHOKSS L4TMJJEE. Being a Paper read before the Imperial Central Aericuitural Society of France, Feb. 3, 1864. (TTU>"SLiTED EXPRESSLY POH THE ULEE LAXE EXPRESS.) The Broniui which I bare the honour of | bringing before the notice of the Agricultural Society is a fodder plant, not very recently introduced, but it is still almost unknown in Europe; and though a native of the United States, its use—if it is used—is eery limited. I After a trial of six years, 1 am courinoed of its real merit and the great importance of cultivating it, though 1 fear my account may appear exaggerated. Ihe Schmder brume is a perennial grass, a cadre of North America, particularly Carolina, where it is confounded by the cultivators w ith oilier aperies of the same genus under the name of fescue grass. It is a roy hardy plant, with a rigorous vege tation, capable of affording annually four or Ere excellent cut...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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