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THE STARTING OF THE LEICHHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION—[DRAWN BY N. CHEVALIER, ESQ.] THE LADIES' LEICHHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

THE STARTING OF THE LEICHHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION-[DRAWN BY N. CHEVALIER, Esq.]   THE LADIES' LEICHHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION. DR. LUDWIG LEICHHARDT. This long missing traveller, iF still alive, would be under 50 years of age. Of his parentage and early history but little is known. A native of Prussia, he studied medicine and natural science at the Univer- sity of Berlin. He came to Australia in 1812, and soon distinguished himself as a man of science by travelling extensively in the bush and making in the course of his excursions, valuable botanical and mineralogical collections, traces of which, are to be   met in the museums and publications of many European countries. He entered upon his first great exploring enterprise in 1844 when he undertook the leadership of an expedition, which was equipped and supported by private contributions for the purpose of discovering an overland route between Moreton Bay on the east coast and the settlement of Port Essington ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DR. FERDINAND MUELLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

DR. FEBDINAND MUELLER. Was born in Mecklenburg, but educated in Denmark. Being a countryman of Dr. Leichhardt, it is but natural   that he should have felt more than usual interest in   that, intrepid, traveller's fate, especially as they have both been Australian explorers and their scientific researches have been in many respects of a kindred character. Dr. Mueller, like most of the Australian   colonists, was led to the impression that Leichhardt's career must have ended by a tragical catastrophe within the territory of the water systems of the Barcoo. This fear he expressed conjointly with Dr. Wilkie in a   document before the Royal Society, only a few months   before M'Intyre's startling discoveries became known. Nevertheless; though unaware, at the time of the im- portant disclosures we owe to Mr M'lutyro, both gen tlemen emphatically demanded a new, search, in order to set the vague rumors of Leichhardt's fate a...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
W. C. SARGEANT, ESQ. MR W. C. SARGEANT, LATE MATE OF THE FIERY STAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 July 1865

W. C. SARGEANT, ESQ., . - LATE MATE OF THE FIERY STAR] FROM PHOTOGRAPH BY NETTLETON. --SEE PAGE 7.   LATE MATE OF THE FIERY STAR FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY NETTLEON] SEE PAGE 7. MR W.C. SARGEANT, LATE MATE OF THE FIERY STAR.                     We give on page 13 a portrait of Mr Sargeant, the chief officer of the Black Ball Line ship Fiery Star, which was destroyed by fire on her voyage from Bris- bane to London. It will be remembered that when the captain and seventy-eight of the pas-     sengers and crew left the burning ship, Mr Sargeant and seventeen, of the crew bravely   remained on-board, doing their best to keep down the   fire, and make for some place of refuge, when, after twenty-one days of extraordinary endurance and   peril, they were rescued by the Dauntless, and con- v...

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THE CULTIVATION OF HEMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

THE CULTIVATION OF HEMP. The following paper was read by Mr A. Martelli, on Wednesday, 2nd. July, 1865, before the Vio toriaa Manufacturers' Association, Melbourne : — Mr Chairman and Gentlomen, — In every . new country, tho groat drawback to the successful develop ment of their manufactures is the great cost of the raw materials and tho machinery necessary for the purpose of making them into articles of general con sumption. Wool, for instance, which is one of the staple commodities of this colony, has to bo exported in large quantities to other countries for the purpose of converting it into cloth, and has to bear tlie expenses of shipping home, commission on sale, manufacturing expenses, and cost of reshipment, before it can bo used in this colony for tho purposes of clothing. In the carriage o£ this article alone, largo quantities of another ; manufacture arc used which (with the possession of the raw material in this colony) might be successfully sup plied without the necessity...

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SANDY BAY ON THE DERWENT, TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

SANDY. BAY, ON THE J DERWENT, TASMANIA. The TaBmaniflTt view, given in owe present number, is from the neighborhood of Hobart Town, which may well boast ox possessing as pioturesque scenery as any to be met with in the Sonthern Hemisphere. Iteming Hobart Town by the Sandy Bay-road, the traveller reaches -Kingston, or, as it is ? commonly called, Brown's Eiver. The village of King ston, ten miles from the me v tropolis, is a small country township; the scattered cot tages, of which it consists, are mere mud hats, with a fen good brick residences inter spersed. The stranger visit ing this straggling settle ment will be abundantly grati fied, both by the magnifi cent landscape spread out be fore his view and by the comfort for the inner man, which is always obtainable at Fisher's Hotel, the provisional economy of whioh is exactly what tra vellers look for. SAN D Y B A Y, O N T H E D 13 R WENT, T A S M A N I A. SAN D Y B A Y, O N T H E D 13 R WENT, T A S M A N I A.

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THE DISCOVERY OF THE BODIES OP MESSRS PANTER, HARDING AND GOLDWYER—SEE PAGE 9. THE DISCOVERY OP THE BODIES OF MESSRS PANTER, HARDING AND GOLDWYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

THE DISCOVERY OF THE BODIES OF MESSRS PANTER, HARDING AND GOLDWYER— beb paob 9. THE DISCOVERY OF THE BODIES OF MEBSRS PANTER, HARDING AND GOLD - WYER. ; The sketch in the first page represents a scene of painful interest— one which unfortunately has been of frequent occurrence in connection with the many exploring expeditions which have been started for the purpose of. adding to our knowledge of the geography and resources of this great island-continent. On the 9th Nsvember last, a party consisting of Messrs Frederick R, Pouter, James R. Harding, and William H. Goldwyer set oat on an exploring trip from Roebuck Bay on the north west coast of Australia, towards Legrange Bay. They had with them four horses, and were provisioned for fourteen; days. Not returning after sixty days had elapsed from the time of their leaving the depot camp, a suspicion took hold of the public mind that an accident or something worse had befallen them, and a search party was accordingly- organised for the p...

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FIGHTING BETWEEN THE ARAWA AND PAI-MARIRES—CANNIBALISM OF THE FANATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

FIGHTING- BETWEEN .THE ARAWA . ANiD PAI-MAKIEES;— CANNIBALISM OF THE FANATICS. :; ' ??'?: ; , ^ .. v : ::.;- ??-?.'. The Nelson JSxamiiier says:— . ? ; '?..'?.???? ' 11 The following letter, written on the 17th inst, we received from a correspondent in Auckland. The truth. of the statements it 6ontaihs may be relied upon : — ? ' You may expect, shortly to hear of a good deal of fighting on the East Coast— Morgan against Patara at the Cape; there will bo some sharp work there, as the numhti- of opposing forces axe equal, or nearly so. A very plucky affair has just taken place inland near the Lake country. Kereopa.(the murderer of. the Bey Mr .Volkner) was proceeding, overland to Taranaki, when he was stopped by a chief named Arama Karaka, at a place called Te Whaiti. Kereopa had sixty ineii, and the Arawa under Arama Karaka numbered about seventy. Kereopa camped near the Arawa pa. A party ?' of the Tuhourangi (Arawa) started from Moketuto assist Arama Karaka, as it was reported hosti...

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THE ABORIGINAL SETTLEMENT CORANDERRK—FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY CHARLES WALTER—SEE PAGE 18. THE ABORIGINAL SETTLEMENT AT CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

' ' , .'???-? THE ABORIGINAL SETILE5JENTA1 COB A N D E E II K— from a photograph by charts Walter - sek page 13. ? ? '. ? - ^ ? ? . ' - ? . THE ABOBIGINAIi SETTLEMENT AT CORANDERRK. About 40 miles from Melbourne is a Government reserve of 2300 acres appropiiated to such of the aborigines as may be ? induced to place themselves ?under the civilising influences of a settled mode of life and industrial habits. The reserve is situated -on what is called ' The Yarra Flats,' and is exceedingly : ?well suited to the purpose for -which it' has ? been . ' selected. It is well supplied with water 'all theyear ' . round, having a frontage on three sides -to,- the: Yarns, . Badger's Creek, and Watt's River ; and the remaining side has a natural fortification of mountainous ranges. . .. ' It is thus asecluded.Bortof a place, and thereby fitted; .' to preserve the natives from free intercourse with the . ?whites, which is found by experience .to , be liable -to abuse. The soil, in part at least, ...

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THE ROYAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

THE ROYAL SOCIETY. The usual monthly mooting. of the .Royal Society was -held in the Moseum on 24th nit. The ?chair was occupied by the Bev. J-r. Bleosdole, in bis capacity of president, and there was an mn usnally large attendance of mem bers. Mr John Flanagan was elected a life member, and MessrB J. P. Ivey, F.S.S., T. PeguB, E. Wild, Joseph Planner, E. J. Nichols, and Gideon S. Long, ordinary members. ; The next business transacted con sisted in the reading, by Profes sor Halford, of his promised lecture upon the structure of the .gorilla. The discourse was illus trated by references to very per . foot skeletons of a female gorilla, and a female human subject, and -an excellent cast of the skull of - a. male : gorilla, which had been brought to the hall for that pur pose. The learned lecturer pre . faced his address by acknowledg ing tho great obligation which. . the colony was under to the late 'president of the society, Profes .sor M'Coy, for his efforts in pro uring the -admir...

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ADEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

ADEN. \ Aden, an ancient and once celebrated city, and sea port of Arabia, on its south coast, is situated on the north side of a loity promontory, composed chiefly of masses of dark colored volcanic rock, wholly,' destitute ' of vegetation. The city itself is situated in on ampM; theatre of rocky mountains, literally' in the centre of a. volcano, being closely surrounded with lofty walls and barriers of naked rook. Tho harbors of Aden, two in number, are considered the best in Arabia. The west harbor, called Aden Back Bay, from which our view is taken, affords a convenient and secure haven, accessible at all seasons, and ships may anchor in any partof it. In this harbor is 'the anchorage for the Oriental mail steamers. The scenery of this bay is of a ,yery wild and savage character, as will be seen from our . sketch,, looking towards the coaling station, from which a rood through a deep chasm leads to the town- of Aden, about a mile and. a half distant. Cape Aden, when approached f...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

SHIPPING FOE THE MONTH; GOIiD SHIPS. ' Tlio following are the 'gold' ships which havo suiied since our last summary:—, ; Sailed. Ship. Destination. Ounces. July 27 Salsette .. Point de Gallo ..' GIG Aug. 11 Albion . . . . Otago .... 47 „ IS Elolmsdaln .' ... London .. 107,03S „ 17 City of Adelaido . Sydney ? .... 3 Total for tho month , ? .. ..107,702 Previous shipments for the year ..950,053 Total for the year .... .... 1,057,755 Of which quantity 105,015 oz arc the produce of New Zealand. The shipments during tho corresponding period of last year were 945,'224 oz of Victorian gold,' and 145,019 oz from New Zealand vessels, giving a total of 1,090,243 oz. WOOL SHIP The following is the only vessel that has sailed with wool during the month : — Sailed. Ship Destination. Boles. Aug. 12 Holmsdale .. London .. G5G Total for the month . ... ... .. 65B Previous shipments . . . . . . 51 ,144 Total for the year .. .... 51,800 VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MEL BOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF...

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ENLARGEMENT OF THE WEEKLY AGE, AND ITS AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

ENLAR GE MENT OF THE WEEKLY AGE, AND ITS AMALGAMATION WITH THE FARMERS' ..;. JOURNAL. Tho Farmers' Journal, after a long1 and pros perous career as an independent paper, has been in corporated with the Weekly Aob, and the two papers, each retaining its own speoial features of in terest and respective literary and editorial staff, will unite their forces so as to produce a journal superior to anything- yet issued from the Victorian press. For this purpose the Weekly Age has been enlarged by four extra pages (equal -to eight pages of the Farmers' Journal), thus making it tho largest PAi'Ett ih the Australia.** Colonies. ? The proprietors have bison induced to make this change chiefly through the strong representations made by subscribers to tho Farmers Journal of their desire for amoro liberal supply of general news. Residents in the country, whether farmers or miners, rarely subscribo to moro than one Melbourne paper; and hence the necessity^ that it affords the fullest in formation ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

AG E (D A I L Y) , Agent for, in London, Mr F. ALGER, 11 Clement's lane. Lombard street. ^ TH B L B AD E IS., A Journal of news, politics, literature, and art, is published every Saturday morning, at 65 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. The Leader is liberal in politics, and the intelligence supplied through its columns will be' found to be accurate and complete. The subscription to the Leader is Six Shillings and' Sixpence per quarter, payable in advance; or Seven Shil lings and Sixpence, postage paid. Tho quarter may commenoo at any time. Present circulation of tho Leader is 12,000 copies weekly, and it is, in fact, the . largest and most extensively circulated paper in tho Australian colonies. Office 67 Elizabeth streoot, Melbourne. Agent, in London, Mr IV ALGKtt, Clement's Uute Lombard street. /~1ABTES DE VISITE, 12s per dozen ; KJ VIGNETTES, 15s. HENRY JONES, Photographer, 'next Williams's'. Dining Rooms, 107 Elizabeth street. .,'-... '. '. : ^2 61 nor CHARLES WALTER, COUNTRY PHOTOG...

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THE PRESS AND THE WEEKLY AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

THE PRESS AND THE WEEKLY AGE. [ynoyi tob mount aj,bxamdbb mail.] V7o bftvo rocolvod a copy of tho Wkkkly Aob in ita onlargi»d form, Tho paper la a kind of Leviathan in its 'Wtyt coatainlnjj nlncty-slx columns, of which the advertisements usurp only twelve, ii is care fully edited, and the news, which is exhaustive of the week s history, is selected with discrimination. Imi tating the practice of French journals, two tale» have been commenced, which, from thoirfirst instal ment, promise to be of interest to tho novel reader. Ihis is certainly a journaliTtic attempt deservinjr of success. . ' ?'?'?'?'. ? , |_FBOat THE .DAILY NEWS.] ' Wo havo before us a copy of the Wjeekly Aoe,. which has undergone a chango, by. having1 the Far mers Journal., amalgamated with it. This altera tion will, no doubt, lead to an increase of the im mense popularity which this weekly newspaper has hithorto deservedly enjoyed, whilo tho farmor will be supplied not only with as much of the special mattor with -...

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THE YIELD OF GOLD FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 30TH JUNE, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

THE YIELD OP ' GOLD' FOR ' THE SIX : MONTHS ENDING 30xn JUNE, 1865. In presenting, at tho commencement of the pre sent .year,- the statistics showing the yield of gold for 1864, wo drew attention to the flourishing, condi tion of our gold-fields, and it did not then seem probable that there would be any further falling off in the yield of our mines for a very considerable period. The first six months of the present-year, inoro especially the latter half of that period, was a very trying time for our miners. The long con tinued drought was exercising a most . prejudicial influence upon mining operations. At Castlemaine, Sandhurst, Daylesford, Dunolly, and even at Wood's Point and the other uewly opened gold-fields in that locality, numbers of men were idle from want of water, the working of the machines was suspended, and the yield of gold was very sensibly; affected. Under those circumstances, it would not have been surprising to have fouud a very serious deficiency in the. amount o...

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VICTORIAN HORTICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

VICTORIAN HORTICULTURAL ^IMPROVE MENT SOCIETY. ? ' The society's usual monthly meeting took place on the 7th inst., at the Mechanics' Institute; tho president, Mr Wm. Somner, in the chair. ' The routine business havingr been disposed of, a ques tion haying reference to the influence of the stock unori the fruit and seed .came, on for discussion. Mr: Wm'. Ferguson commenced, but his remarks ?embraced,; also the question, ' 'What kinds of stocks arebest adapted for the several species and varie-; ties of fruit?' &c. ;And this, being of far greater intercut to the meeting than the question' pro pounded, was, by consent, made the subject of dis cussion,- in which -Messrs Banks, Stuart, ; Holt, Sangster and the president took part.' Mr Ferguson1 regarded seedling stocks of its own species as the' beBt stock for the peach in this oountry. ' In Scot-, land and the coldest parts of England the plum was-much used as a. stock', but no gardener in .the] milder localities would plant pe...

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NEW MANUFACTURES AND INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

NEW MANUI'ACTnEES AND' INDUSTRIES.. ?:. The .following are the regulations for expending the sum. of £5000 voted by Parliament in the year 1865, for the promotion of new manufactures and industries :—'?..- ; -', . ' , ? * 1:; The Governor - in - Council shall appoint a board, to whom Bball be referred tho consideration of nil claims foiv premiums or rewards under the above grant. : '? .;?.-? '? ? ?-'.'. v ''?''??'? ? 2. Suoh sums as may bo recommended by the said board shall (subject to the approval of the ©overnbr-in-Council) bo paid to' tho persons or com pany, who shall have, since the 1st January, 1864, first successfully-established, or may hereafter first successfully; establish, in Victoria, any new manu facture, or production. ?';(.; '.-..?? ,' .-.;. ?-?,?'''-; ,:': 3. Precedence of claim will, be given to the fol lowing . items j land' the reward measured by the ex cellence and extent of the manufacture or artiole produced :-± ''?- -;/-. --'?,?-?'? ; :; ^ . ?'Woollen Goods....

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GREAT FIRE IN YORK-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

GREAT FIRE IN YORK-STBEET. (FROM THE B. M. nERALD, JULY 21.) 7 rA. great and terrible fire broke out in the city last niglu%shortly before nine o'clock, and, in spite 'of the courageons exertions and persevering skill of the firemen and those who manfully assisted them, the devouring '{.element raged fiercely for nearly two hours beforeiit conld, in any degree, be got under. Tho two large brick-built stores of Messrs Fraser and Co., at the corner of York-street and Barrack street, were burnt down, and an immense amount of property utterly destroyed in . tho 'flames. Fortunately, there was little, wind, and tho rain fell: more- or less during tho whole time of the conflagration, so that tho danger of tho fire being' communicated to tho adjacent blocks was materially lessened. But for these two favorable circumstances, so large and so long sustained -was the body of fire eventually developed, that it is ap palling to think what might otherwise have been the result. There are occasions...

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DREADFUL MURDER AT BOWLING-ALLEY POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

DREADFUL MURDER AT BOWLING-ALLEY . POINT. Tl-nOM THE TASIWOIiTH EXAMINER,, JULY 15.1 Oho of the most frightful murders that has ever, occurred in this part of the country was perpetrated' on Tuesday night last, or early on Wednesday morning, at Bowling-alley Point, Peel River, about twenty- eight miles from Tamworfch. The full. par- ticulars are not yet to hand, but an inquest was to have commenced before Mr Gold-Commissioner Dalton on Wednesday last, so that the facts con nected with the dreadful deed will doubtless : soon bo revealed. So fur as wo can learn, it appears that about three o'clock on Wednesday morning last, a man mimed Young, a miner at Bowling-alley^Point,,. and a relation of the murdered woman, arrived: at the police-station, Nundle, and reported that Mrs Butler, tho wife of an innkeeper,, and an old and well-known resident at Bowling-alley Point, had been murdered some hours previously. \ Senior con stable King at once returned to the scene of the oc currence. In o...

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THE MELBOURNE RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

THE MELBOURNE RACECOURSE. Tho Melbourne racecourse was, on the Sth'inst., the scene of a pleas'ant social gathering of friends of the turf, to whom a general invitation had been given, for the occasion by Mr Bagot, tho secretary to the Victoria Racing Club. The immediate purpose of the assemblage was that the ? improvements ef fected in the course; and its adjuncts, since they have come under the control of the newly organ ised association, to whose hands the interests of hprse-raeing are now confided, might be submitted to the inspection of . all persons likely to be capable of forming a. .' competent judgment in reference to themw1 It. speaks well for the good sense, as woll.as the liborality of mind,, of the projector and executor of the alterations in ques tion, that he hasat.all times invited candid criticism upon his proposed' improvement of ^he' ground entrustedsto! his care, and that ho has unmistakably evinced a. readihes. to consider- any suggestions for the modification. ...

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