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COLLINS-STREET. MELBOURNE, AT FOUR P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

COLLINS-STREET. MELBOURNE, AT FOUR P.M. Stretching due eaBt and west from the Treasury steps to the Spencer-street railway station, the terminus of the Victorian Railways, is Collins-street, by far the most important thoroughfare in the city of Melbourne.' Viewed , from the Treasury, tVie street presents to the ; eye un uninterrupted vista of noble build in ps flanking it on either side. From Spring-street to Russell-street is what has not inaptly been termed the Doctors' Com- . xnons. Nearly every house is the residence of a medical man,' some of the buildings being of unusually substantial oharacter. The law offices of the Grown and the Melbourne Club faoe each other a short distance from the top, and a little- lower down is the magnificent church erected by the Independents. Close to it, on crossing Russell street, is the Presby terian Ohuroh, the B aptist Church, and im mediately opposite is St. Enoch's Church, with its tall and graceful spire. Further down is the new town hall,...

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COLLINS-STREET, MELBOURNE, AT FOUR P.M.-SEE PAGE 10. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

C 0 L L I N S;S T E E E T}* M E L B 0 U E N E, AT F 0 U E P. M.-see page 10.

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TRAGEDY NEAR HARGRAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

LTBAGEDY NEAB HABGBAVES. [FBOM THE WESTERN rOST.T , - ? The TJTestern PosT gives the following full account of a shocking tragedy :—- ' ^ One of the- roost horrible mui-derg that hits' oocurred in the colony for spmej^mja past was perpetrated at a place balked IrpnWnlcFl/itjr about «ght miles from Hafgriivifg,, ' on the 28rd ult. A man, named Balph Leo, a store keeper, resided there with his1 wife and: four children, and by this massacre' (for we can term it nothing else) the poor woman haCLsst her husband and two of her children. _. J^f om the fact that she was absent from, home tit {lie time, the shock will prove all the more severe ? but from the ruthless nature of the murder, there can be no reasonable doubt but. Bad Ih'o mother been present, she would' fcaye b'een killed by the brutal villain who; has committed the outrage. From the fact that Lee and Ei^ children were alone in the house at ther time, the night being unusually dark, and the' eyi; dence as to identification of th...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

SHIPPING FOR THE; MONTH. — - — . — J»' '- '? ' — — VESSELS ABBrVED'. AT THE PQRT OF MEL BOURNE SINOE THE DEPARTURE OF THE jdne maii.;;-? ; ?? ?? '? -?.-;??'?? JONB. ''/'-. 19. Nbrthumbrla, . ship, 1294; James' Thomas, from London. WV Crosby and Co., agenti; 30. Kent, shlpj di26 tons,. HV F. Holt, from London via « Plymouth; .\v\-P. White and' Oo., agent's! 22. Alfred, Prussian' b'rit£ 163, O. ButtBohaii; from Table Bay;- Cape' Town. Dalgoty, Blackwood and Go.jagents; 82. Margot, Prussian- brig. 201, J. It. Volquartsen, from Hong l£6ng; via Takua (Formosa). J. J. Mar shall and Oo.,agonts: , . S4. Sir William Wallace, ship (Aberdeen line), 9C8, A; Taylor, frtrai Xondon. Dalgdty, Blaokwodilaiia ? Co., agertfs: ? ?.???„ . , ? Si. Explorer, Bklp (White Star line), 74»; Edward Trumble, from' Liverpool. Lorinier, Harwood and Botno, agents. 21. Quatre Bras, Dutch bq, 278, J. Wostorfeldo, from Batavla'; B. Buyn, agent. . ,.?-?'? 25. Sterling, American, bq, 478, H. Harding, from' Boston Newel...

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A REMINISCENCE OF THE OLD GOLDEN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

A REMINISCENCE OF THE OLD GOLDEN TIME. It vi as awful hard times with us in Fore Quarter of Mutton Gully, Bryant's Ennges — subsequently Tarrnngowor, now Maldon. We had bottomed nineteen ' duffers,' and bad . got the twentieth through the oemeut, ?when oar storekeeper dolled, at the claim one morning, and told vb that he had, resolved to give no more ' tiok.' We were tolerably heavy into his books, and could hardly blame him for/being anxious for a settlement, so we offered bnt a faint remonstrance, and then re signed .ourselves to our hard fate. Our party consisted of three, viz., Tom Todd, Nod Mel lowthr »pplo, and myself, and luoldly wo were all bachelors. In a torriblydown-hoartod con dition ^e adjourned to our tont — a very seedy one, which stood close by — and immediately resolved ourselves inta a committee of the whole far the purpose of considering and acting upon the best means of extricating ourselves from oja financial difficulties. Mr jfellowthrapplo took the chair (it w...

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LAKE KING, NORTH GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

LAKE KING, NORTH GIPPS LAND', Is one of the extensive Balttvater lakes. popu- ' larlv. known as the Gipps Land lakes. It re ceives the- TnnibO, Nicholson and' Mitoholl livers; and, in common -with the other lakes of ; the series, is separated ?.from.' the sea by a. narrow euud linnk ; the entranpo^froaiV.the ocean being 'by a narrow and extremely 'Vari- able ? openincr, across which a bar of shifting said stretches.and sometimes totally obstructs the navigation. Its const is shallow and shelv ing, although there is plenty of deep water for the passage of small steamers, the average depth: lieing 3J fathoms. The banks of all the Gipps, Landlfikes^are'thickly'' timbered ; fish' of all' kinds-; abound - in. the . waters ; and numerous;. , flocks of wildfowl of all kinds skim the surfaoe. - LAKE K I KG, W'OKXH UIPPS L A N P. LAKE K I KG, W'OKXH UIPPS L A N P. ElTEBALD-HILL PhESBXTERIAN CHUBOH. ? A bazaar in aid of the fond for completing the portico of the church, Clarcndon-streot, was ...

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A LECTURE BY DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

A LECTUBE BY DB. LANG. Tb,e. -Rey.v£r. Lang;. M.P;; pf Sydneyr de livered a ieotur^ o)o : ^pdjfiesdla^, 1st inst.,ip the hall of. the jileohapic^ l|^|i);nte,- Go)ypBr^tjr|eet, on i' Th^rcoexlt'..diBc^y^)^;g|..t)i« grefti cppiral lakes' pf -Africa and th'f spuro.es of tn|^:i^;fn-j[ tliB--pio8p*fic£p; which) -i£ opens lip for^biylj^fitjion1 . iftnd JShristiaiiity^', The;*ttefa,dan6e ^aiffiif. Mr E. M^ Gib&s o'o.cjipied jtlfib. chrdiri apdy iij intrVduoigg^|E,e;.reV.- ieottiSey ; ; l-ii|My Mts^lH^ S tfiat ; gentjpmaijfi ^ Jong ju^ji ..hpnpj-|a ^q^g/ijjoii }i' with these/- colonies, - the.jj.ctiye part ?^hicli.be had. iiikpn in pjitaining : th^, Reparation; of .Port Phillip from'' New Sq^tji it^teBi and: bis reputation as/ an aiitihpf. ,3^r: L'ajag^ b'e- fore oommencjn^ hiB leotpre, gave aa ii^^ft ? ing- ^CggtJsi, pT;pe' agitattdfi. f by. s,opj^|fcioni - and the difficulties and . opposition ^ylifcji its adyejeates had to contend ag'ninst, Hp.sjEa(;ed that when his nio^op ^gf in...

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THE NASHVILLE DIGGINGS, QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

THE NASHVILLE DIGGINGS, QUEENS- LAND.   We give our readers, on another page, a   sketch of the township of Nashville, the nucleus of the recently discovered gold-fields of Queensland. To us Victorians the rapid growth of diggings townships is familiar enough, but to our Queensland friends the   aspect is a novel one. We hear very good accounts of the new Eldorado, and it is to be hoped that it will not prove another Port Curtis rush. T H E- N A S H VI L L E DIGGINGS, QUEENSLAND. T H E- N A S H VI L L E DIGGINGS, QUEENSLAND.

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THE OLIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

? THKiOLIVE. ?fifPBOM..THBi',S;.A'.k'JlEGISTEB;]l . ; 1. llnioonnection ? withi thai inquiry aBitoi what ? tb cupradrioing;. capabilities t i-'of Sonthi Australia- aro,'. there -evory-nowy andi then: crops mp ? a quesr : tion asto- itsiaduptability- f oxr the 'grs wth of : the ?olive;... iTbere-havev. always. beeniatfew-doeply limbuodiwithitho belief itbatthiai was. onorof '.the prodhotaiwHioU natnro'had espooially.,fittfidcior our:adoptionj andi henoei the earnestaessrwitb' . whiblii i its: oultivatibnl ..-haaffrom: - timecton time ' baenundvooated; :InBtaDoeB ? witbontiinumber1 . have* beonibrougbtifarwardl.-toishonr. that, not' only/ will! tho ? treo grow.luxuriaiitlyir. but! that ; i tf. , will ;yioldlabundantly. ;-. that: a1. oarafuLplanting* andi. a, fow,' years' pationoawilH be- rewarded: ,witbitt'..plenliful:crop. of, berries, ;.fuLicharged' twithitbOiOil-. hold-in; Buohk' high estimationi | One moreexamplo, caninow bo- advanced!, toi iprovqie triumphantly that: not^-only wi...

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THE SMITH STUD DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

I TJ3EJ SMCI.TH ..ST.DD. pisTRi^UTipk,, . J v The . pioiytfiohnie Half, on 30th. 'ulfc., was Ithronged by. .a,large,:nrtinb$r of . per»pus, who Iware. interested in the division, of ?.fcao\.thirly- loneprizfis-in the L. L,- Smith Stud Distribu Ition. Shortly before .noon' the -doors ..wore jtUroyvn open, and, the : scrutineers begun., [to arrange, ithe, machinery., L -Mariy were tthe applioiitiona for admittance. -.. by. : njn Itiokot /holders, ,' who/ , were ? anxious to {witness the prpoesa which ja- so: generally ap Iproved, and the . commendations of. those who Ihad not previously had an opportunity of seeing lit at work arere enthusiastically-expressed.' At labont half pust twelve p'oloqk, the scrutineers' ?took .their . seats, and the barrels we*e.set in ; [motion. Tho undermentioned genHemen [superintended the arrangements', and relieved [each other from time to time, until. the oonolu [sion pf the, drawing, whioh did not terminate [until six o'olook :— Messrs Charles Fisher,...

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FATAL FIRE AT SANDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

FATAL FIRE AT SANJQRIDGE. - A' fire, attended with considerable destruc tion of property and the loss of two Jives, oc curred early on Wednesday, 1st inst., at Sand ridge. The- fife originated in an old. wooden '. 'house,. and' although it was discovered; in a few minutes of ter breuking out, the flames extended 'with snoh rapidity that within two, hours they had- destroyed the. whole of the build ings standing on the north corner allotment, of land at the junction of Bay and Beech streets, . and? - immediately facing the Sandriilgo. Town. -'Pier.' The corner portion of tho allotment was ocoupied- by. the Pier Hotel, a building con structed, of brick ; and round this- hotel was- a number, of small, shops and dwellings, and also; some extensive stables. The fire ,:broko- put .in: tho . boarding-house, of John SWarnei :originating in a. bedroom tenanted; by a !oabidrivec;anui.p-ropriotor named John Gannon,-, iai well-known charnoteri-, in. thesbcrongh.. I Th'eji ^premises ? j oinod: t...

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THE IMMIGRANTS' HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

, * THE IMMIGEANTS1 HOME. .It is. in the : highest degree creditable to the people of Victoria that in the midst. of their successful pursuit, of wealth they have not for gotten the poor amongst them. Melbourne possesses many noble charitable institutions that would worthily compare with those of much, older cities. Happily, the extent of poverty in the golden land of ear adoption is comparatively limited, and therefore there is at present no necessity for the enactment of a poor law - such as is in force in the old country. The Immigrants' Home, principally. supported bjj voluntary contributions and a Government grant, is the only, institution in the colony where admittance is afforded the destitute without any restriction or condition whatever, and without' the slightest delay or fear of ex posure on the part of those who shrink from allowing their, poverty to become knewn to the world. ', The gates are always open for the reception1 of those with whom the' 'world and , fortune ha...

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THE OMAR PASHA IN THE ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

THE OMAR PASHA IN THE ICE. We have been favored with the1 foils wing communication from Captain Ferguson, Chief Harbor Master of Victoria, written on board the, Omar Pasha at . sea, . and?' describing the perilous encounters of that vessel with masses of ice on her- homeward voyage from Mel bourne, whence she sailed on the 9th of February last u — ??„?-? ; ; -, ?',.?. „...' This being the season when occasional ice bergs ;:might be seen wbpn -.traversing the Southern Ocean, Captain M'J&iy, as .the ship drew, ^towards , the i JSOth meridian', nacUjad ditipnal Iook»u\ts placed, ind ( hacj . the . tem perature, of ,;the , water, cqnslajjtly tested ?? accordingly we were, not , sufprisea when bin the niprning of the 5th March a. large iceberg was' Been ijq lat. 65 (leg. 40 min. S. and long. 120, deg. 80 liiinj W:_ At sundown another berg was observed ahead! Snir..wai, reduced, andi the weather being clear, . Captaip M'Kay kept oh bis easterly course until daylight, when several ...

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A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE. [PLEASANT GREEK CHRONICLE, JUNE 30.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

. A MARVELLOUS ESOAPE. [pleasant oiibek OHnouroi,i3, junb 30.] Great alarm was excited ou S iturday night hist by the report of the disappearance of Mr Ronald Campbell, a member of the Stuwell Oounoil and late M.L.A.. for Croplands. One of his dogs had been seen during the day about the dam of the Moonlight crushing ma- ? chine, and it was conjectured that the unfor tunate gentleman had fallen into the dam at nightfall and been drowned. The dam was accordingly dragged on Saturday night about twelve o'clock, but without success. The feeling, however, became prevalent that Mr Campbell wits lost, inasmuch us he had not ween seen since Friday iiight. Aooortlingly, Mr Thos. Mawaon, the bolltnan, early on Sunday morning patrolled the town and neighborhood, warning all persons of Mr CiimpbiiU's disap pearance. As the bellman roachud tho Sir Charles Darling lino of roof, and sounded his boll, tho people naturally oamn out to hour tho news. Amongst them wore Andrew-find Alex ander Robertson,...

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TRIBUTES TO VICTORIAN ENTERPRISE. [CORNWALL CHRONICLE, JUNE 24.] [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

TBIBUTES TO VICTOBIAN ENTER PBISE. ' [OOBMV^AI.1. CHRONICLE, JUNE ' SJ4.] The people of this colony appear deter mined, by their apathy, to make no effort . whatever to shore in the advantages of mann factures pfepuliarly suited to their staple pro duots. Even the success of the Victorians seems to produce no effect upon this Australian 'Sleepy Hollow.' No attempt has been made to strengthen the hands of those members of the Legislature who are known to be favorable at least to the discussion of the question of the desirableness of repealing the Distillation Pro hibition Act. We find in the last advices from Victoria further evidence of the growingfavorin which the spirits distilled by the Warrenhoip Distillery Company are held, especially their geneva, upon which so much care has been bo stowed by the distiller specially brought out from .Holland to superintend the preparation of that spirit for the company. It is stated that snleB aggregating a hundred, hogsheads and five hundred ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

[ADVEBTISEMBNT.] nnHB BIBLE. A SERMON, delivemsd ox sunday evening, maboh ' 18xh, 1865, BY REV. 0. H. S P U R G- E O N, AT EXtT^R HAIili, STRAND. ' t have written to him tho great things of my law, but they were' counted as a* strange thing-.' — Hosoa, viiL 12. ... i tfhlB 1b God's oomplaint against Ephralm. It is no , mean proof of his* gbqdn'e'Ba.-that ho utoapa'to rebuke hla orrlng creaturos ; It id a great argumeut of his gru^ , otouBdlsponltionl thVt he bowshln heal to notice tor restlal afTalrs. lie might, If ho pleased, wrap himvel' with night as with a g&rmoir. ?; uo might uul iho nt ir-i around his wrist for bmcolots. and bind tho nuns around his 'bro'nr for a oo onor. ; ha might Avroll alouo. far, far above t hla vorld up in the sovonth heaven, and look down with cvlm and uilent indifforvn^o upon all 'the dolnga of hix creature*; he might do aa iho hoa ' then 1-upponerl their Jove did, sit in perpetual silence, \ sometimes nodding bis awful head to make the Futon '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

W I L K I E , WELCH & CO., „ OFFICE, 44 QUEEN-STBEET. YAEDS, 172 Q U B iB N-S T :\R E B T. j ' 'i ' AF8TEALIAN AGENTS FOR ' \- ' ' ::Mi:M^M:-'' ' ? ?? .' ,r; CLAYTON, SHUTTLEWOBTH--:^-;.-||l||g;:-',' STAMP END WO.RKS, LINOO'LN. « ;;?;/ ' ,' ^n^^/^^f^W ;. I , - _.v; {,:::?'..:'.; i. .? ?.-.?;:;?.;!..??? TO thossnotawaroof tho extent to which Bteam power han| already been applied for farm purposes, It may This Screen received a Silver MeSal at the Boyal Agricttltu'ralr.Sboie'ty's Show,: atLee'd0,;i8«7; the Firs' b« interoBtingto loam that O. B. ft Co. have jnannfooturod upwards of nine thousand steam engines, and Frliso of £6 at the 'Worcester Meeting, 1863, and Ten other Frizes arid: Commendations at various other Agri neariy seven thousand eight hundred thrashing machines. ? cultural Meetings. ? .' . ' . ' ;. ' . ,, .'.??.'..:'.'..?, Bclentlflo and mechanical skill hitherto employed only In tho. manufacture of. tho higher and more com- ? Additional and important improvements...

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IMPROVEMENTS ON THE FLEMINGTON-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

IMPROVEMENTS ON THE FLEMINGTON-ROAD. The Borough Council of Flemington and Essendon have accepted a contract for the erection of a bridge, to be constructed partly   of wood and partly of iron, across the creek on the line of road between Melbourne and Flemington. The contractors are Messrs Downing and Sturgess, and the architect Mr Francis, Queen-street. The plans embrace a very great improvement in the approaches to the bridge, which are to be widened consider- ably by cutting down the hill on the south side of the creek and using the earth obtained there- from in filing up and raising the road- way on the Flemington side. The new bridge will be erected close to the old structure, so that them will bo no hindrance to' the tniffii). Iu order to obtain ii foundation as u base for the Biiperdtructuro, h, solid bed of oonoretu has been put down. Upon this concrete bluestone tompleta weighing 2 tons each ufu laid, carrying Hix iron columns 17 feet hig'ii, whioh are uurinou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 11 July 1868

BIRTHS, MAREIAG-ES, DEATHS. ;? ? - — . ? ? 4 — ^__ — ?—. !..'.'?-? BIRTHS.- BIBBY.— On Thursday.' tho- 18th ult, sit heF r'e'«l   : denco, off Malt* strdet, Mrs J. S. Bibby, of a' daughter. ' De LITTLE— On the 19tb' ult., at Oaramvit, Mrs Henry. De Little, of a son: .?-.;.??? DONALDSON.— .On; the- .tfltb. ult., at Fra8tirrstroot, ClunSfli'Mrs O.1 J Donaldson, of a duughtor. GRAHAM.^Ori:tiib'2lB1t Ult, tno wife of Mr William   Grauam; of tho Boyj.1 Admiral Hotel, Oarlsruhe, late of Kynotoni of a Bon. ?'. . ' . ILLINGWORTH.— On tho 20th ult, at 289 Lygori Btreet, Onrlton, Mrs F. IlUugworth, of aeon. Both doing woll. ' ' . ' ?? KEELING.— On the 14th ult;, at, 220 Swan-street, Richmond; Mrs J. Levitt Keeping; of .a^Bon; ?.; C : L'OSTE. — On tho 15th' ult:, at tho Parsonage. Heathcote, tho wife'of the Rev. J. W/H.vL'Oste,' or a daughter.                 MORRES...

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