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LATER NEWS FROM THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

LATEB NEWS PROM ' THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. By tbo Douglas, which arrived on Tuesday from Butavia, several members of tho party who, under ' tho -command', of .Mr Firmisa, proceeded in Juno last to Adam Bay on the Northern -coast' of Australia for the purpose of forming a settlement; havo returned. .Those who ; have como back are Dr. Goldsmith, anrgeon ; Mr Peiuhon, surveyor; Mr King, storekeeper; and Messrs. Auld, Roberta, Read, Smith, Ware,. Ed munds, Deacon and Gilbert ; whilst Messrs Atkin sou end Cotleroll havo gone on to Singapore. The intelligence to hand reaches to tho 6th May, on ?which- day the party above mentioned left Adam Bay . in tfie Bengal, for Sourabaya, whence they have come oh. in the Douglas. The day before they- left the settlement, Mr Jeffrey. Stowe, J.P.j. Messrs Hamilton and Macminn, surveyors, and Messrs Edwards,. Davies, Hako, arid White, purchased one '; of the ship's boats belonging to , the Bengal, with the intention of leaving the day after that vessel s...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. JOHN GREEN, SUPERINTENDENT OF THE GORANDERRK SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

MR. JOHN GREEN,   SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CORANDERRK SETTLEMENT. This gentleman is a native of Scotland. He arrived in this   countrv in 1855, in- tending to push his way in the world like other emigrants.   Shortly after his ar- rival, however, both, the object and the tenor of his life un- derwent a complete change. While attend ing the ministry ; of Dr. Cairns, he was     led to see that the great object of life should be not merely to live for himself, but to make himself useful to others. His attention was directed to the aborigines in consequence of hear ing, at one of the meetings of the Young Men's Christian Association, an essay read, in which the blacks were pronounced to be a doomed race, unsusceptible of Christian influence, and utterly incapable of civilisation. Although quite unaccustomed at the time to public speaking, he was so grieved to hear such an opinion avowed in an assembly of professedly Christian...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEWCASTLE COAL FIELDS, NEW SOUTH WALES—SEE NEXT PAGE. THE NEWCASTLE COAL FIELDS, NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

THE NEWCASTLE COAL FIELDS, V NEW SOUTH WALES- see next page. THE NEWCASTLE COAL FIELDS, NEW SOUTH WALES. Of the mineralogioal treasures of New South Wales its oarbouiferous de posits are t£ far the most extensive, if not the most valuable, and present Source of wealth in developing other industries which must help to ad vance our national . prosperity. Coal beds are to he found throughout almost every part of the, colony ; but by far the most important fields', are those situated on the south bank of the Hunter Biver, or, as they are commonly termed, the Newcastle mines, which are of almost unlimited ex tent. Commencing at the southern en trance of the harbor, where the coal is dis tinotly visible in the sea face of the cliffs, unbroken strata ex tend inland for about nine miles, and south ward as far as Lake Macquarie. There are at present eight mines in aotive opera tion; of these, the Australian Agricultu ral Company is the oldest. This company obtained a free grant of one millio...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

'VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND THE SUBURBS. The Eegistrar-General's report on the vital statistics of Melbourne and the suburbs, for the quarter and month 'ending the 30th Juno last, is published in tho Government Gazette, lstinst. From it we learn that the; total number of deaths during the month was '287,'- of ?whioh.' '149 were over and 138 under five years of age, 165 were males and 122 females. Tho mor tality : of Melbourne ? and suburbs during tho month showed a marked improvement; upon that in the pre vious month. The doaths numbered only 264, against 405 in May. The mortality, however, was a trifle above the average of June in previous years, whereas the moon temperature was somewhat below the aver age. Fifty-eight per cent, of the deaths . were of males and 42, per cent, of females; 43 percent, were of children under and 62 per cent, of persons over five. Since November, 1864, this is the first month in which deaths of persons at the younger period have been fewer than ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOTAL LOSS OF THE BARQUE GUADALETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

TOTAL LOSS OF THE BARQUE GUADALETTE. The steamship Alhambra arrived on 28th ult. from Dunedin, having on board Captain Underwood, the chiof officer, and the crew (consisting of nine men), of the barquo Guadalette, whom she picked up at sea off Swan Island, on Thursday last. The Guadalette hailed from Adelaide, and was the property of Captains Underwood, senior and junior. She waB 277 tons re gister, and. was boundfroxn Newcastle, N.S.W., with a cargo, of coals -. for this port, and was, together with her cargo, insured. The following is Captain Underwood's report' of the loss of his ? vessel^ as kindly furnished to us by him: — Left Newcastle, N.S.W., on tho 8th of July, had northerly winds aa far as Mount Dromedary. It then -hauled round by west to south, with every appearance of bad weather, barometer low. 11th July, four p.m. : Off Green Capo, wind south, blowing a giiJe, attended with heavy rain, bore up for Twofold Bay and anchored safely; At seven p.m., galo continued to blow ...

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

THE MONTH. w Tho great political event of the month is the 'dead lock' which has occurred between the two House3 of Parliament At the last general election the country definitely decided in favor of such a change in onr fiscal policy as that indicated by the tariff, which has been introduced by the present Government and carried through' the Assembly with' a determination rarely 'witnessed in onr political contests. Notwithstand ing, however, the decision of the country and the Assembly in favor of the tariff,, the members of the Council declared their intention of rejecting it. 'With a view of asserting and maintaining its right to tho control of all matters relating to supply and taxation, the Assembly combined the tariff with the Appropriation Bill, and thus sent it up to the Council. When, the bill in this shape came before the Council, the motion for its second readiDg was negatived by a majority ef 20 to 5. The Assembly then passed a resolution declaratory of its privileges in...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REWARDS FOR THE DISCOVERY OF NEW GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

BEWABDS OFOil' THE' DijSOOVERY OF NEW V.Tlio following r are, 'ilia conditions under which rewards will bo, given for, the discovery of new gold fielas.during'the;,year 1865k Vote of £10,000 re wards to discoverers- ofi gold-fields in 1865 :— 1;-That; person will; be1 deeined the discoverer who-Bhttll- first-find' 'gold; mark out a olaiin, and notify' the sameL in' writing to tho warden or police magistrate1 of therdiBtrict. '.In snch notification the ? discoverer, shall Bta'te' as ''nearly us practicable tho esactlbciiiity, and.' the nearest gold workings or ?nearest' town.. :; ? . ' i r; ? .2i-Na;reward .will- exceed. £1000. In fixing the amount to be r paid for any discovery, regard will be had- to. the r: number ofc.mon employed on the new gold-field,: its: distance fromthe nearest gold work ings, thei character of the deposits in which the gold occurs, and' the depth of sinking. , ' 3Mf't\vo o'r:_mdro' persons simultaneously dis cover gold, in' the same lbcality,-or in places i...

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

IMMIGRATION REGULATIONS. ..The following are i the new immigration, regula- tions recently issued :— ; ? . , - : : . ' No. T..— -RBGTJLAaMpNs pok tub Selection of Emt ?'.-.:.' OKANTS in the United Kinodom. v. '. . 1.' The only- persons eligible for free passages will be single females un3er the 'age pf- thirty-five who ;h aye' be en nccustomed to, domestic service, who can produce certificates of good characters sotisfab-' tory to ihbr iMajesty 's E migration Commissioners^ and are free from' anymental or bodily infirmity. ; , y ??''? ' ;2.' Her Majesty's^ 'Emigration 'Commissioners' should arrange for the selection and despatch of, as :nearly,:«s possible, /One hundred imd fifty females -.per month. ?.'?': v.'; : '-.;' :..: -,;:.?;: '?':..'-?'? ' . ;';?;?? -: 3.' The expenses of conveyance to the port of em barkation, us well as the cost of the passage, will ho defrayefi:by .the-G-overnment; oach emigrant will, howover, be .required to pay ten shillings, in order that the Governmen...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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OPENING OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

OPENING ;0P THE .GENERAL ASSEMBLY, . NEW ZEALAND.' [FROM THE WELLINGTON SPECTATOK, JULY 2G.] ' The session 6£ the General Assembly, -which, wui; ad journed by proclamation froin Monday last, was opened this day at the Government Buildings by Ms Excel lency the Governor. There not being a single soldier stationed at Wellington, agnardoflionorwasiurnished by the' Wellington Rifle Volunteers on. the occasion. ; Owing to the wet weather, there was not so numerous an attendance of visitors as is usual oil such occasions; ; though the spaco reserved for ladies and the strangers', gallery were well filled. Shortly after two olclock'liia Excellency the Governor entered the Legislative Chamber, attended by his aide-de-camp, private secre tary, and suite, and soated himself in the Speaker's ehair. The members of the House of Representatives, headed by the Speaker, attended shortly afterwards, ?when his Excellency read the following address :— .-.- : :' Honokablk Gentlemen of the, Legislative ...

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NEW ZEALAND. RESIGNATION OF LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR DUNCAN CAMERON, K.C.B. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

NEW ZEALAND. .... DESIGNATION OF LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIB DUNCAN CAMERON, K.C.B. By tins mail tho General rocoivod an official intima tion, '.' s-tating that; inasmuch ns tho Imperial Govern ment were about to rotlucu tho New Zealand command, his application to ho allowed to return to Europe had been favorably received. His successor in command will be Brigadior-Goncral Chute, C.B., now command ing the troops ? in Australia1. General Chute is well and favorably know in Auckland, where ho served ? in command of tho 70th Regiment, with Colonel, now Major-General, Galloway. His military experience has been very considerable, having held an important separate command in India during the mutiny. General Chute's Indian experience may bo of use here. The date fixed by Sir Duncan Cameron for his departure is tho 1st August next. Ho will take with him his personal stall', consisting of Colonel Pitt, military secretary ; and Colonel M'Neill and Liout. St. Hill, A.D.C.'s. CoTonel Gamblo, C.B., D...

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OVERLAND JOURNEY FROM ROCKHAMPTON TO PORT DENISON, VIA BOWEN DOWNS AND THE SALT LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

OVERLAND JOURNEY FROM ROCKH AMP- TON TO PORT' DENISON, VIA BO WEN DOWNS AND THE SALT LAKE. - ' The following interesting report has been kindly forwarded to the Queensland- Daily Guardiani by his. Excellency Sir George F. Bowen, for: publica tion.:— ?--,/, , .y. ..? r ??-?-?? '.- ?'-' ' ?-.-? v:-: ?'' :.::.:'-: - To his Excellency ' Sir, George . F. .Bowen , G-.C.M.Gr., ,Governor-in-Chief of Queensland.— Sir, — When I had the honor of ;? conversing. with yon lately reRpecting. the Salt Lalio ' to the south-west of Port Denison, you were kind enough to say yon would like mo te describe it in writing. In doing so.I'bave given on account of my whole journey to Port Denison by the Mitchell district. I have the honor to bo, sir, yonr obedient servant, W. Lands bokough. Brisbane, 4th July, 1865. In the end of last year and beginning of this year (1865) I. made an excursion, nine hundred miles in extent, from Rockhampton to Port Denison; via the Mitchell district. My route lay chiefly over...

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

THE MELBOURNE POULTRY SOCIETY. The fourth annual exhibition of the Victorian Poultry Society was opened on the 3rd inst., in St. George's Hall. The public were admitted at noon ; his Ex- cellency the Governor, who was expected to have opened the show, being unavoidably pre- vented from attending. The arrangement of the exhibits is nearly the same as on the last occasion; the total number of pens is rather larger than before, though, as usually happens, some classes are better filled and others not so well as last year. Upon the whole, the society has just cause to congratulate itself upon a steady advance. On all pre- vious occasions the principal prizes have fallen to those who make the keeping of poultry a business, and who are known as poultry fanciers. At length,   however, the tide has turned. In the classes in which the compe- tition is greatest, the members of the Society have either been wholly unsuccessful or else have come off second best. The silver cups have...

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

BDION. Simon, called Wonga Wonga. in his native tongue, is chief of the Yarra tribe. His age, so far as can be conjectured, may be about 35 or 37 ; having been a boy at the time of the first settle ment of the whites in Port Phillip. He remembers Batman well at the time of his arrival in 1835, and his father was one of Batman's friends. He is about 5 ft 10 in in height, well built, and is rather dignified in appearance and gait. He has been thrice married, but has never had any ohildren. It was very much owing to Simon's infuenence with the 'blacks that Mr Green succeeded in getting them to adopt a settled mode of life ; and throughout Mr Green   has. found him eminently serviceable in the work of native improvement. In his heathen state, Simon was a hard drinker whenever he had the means, though, perhaps, not so confirmed in the vicious habit, or as debased by it, as many of his countrymen. He is now a decided Christian, is well acquainted with the Bible, recognises it...

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TOWNSHIP OF GRANT, GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

TOWNSHIP OF GRANT, GIPPS LAND. This township, which has rapidly sprung into existence on Mount Pleasant, in the   mining district of GippsLand, is composed of buildings which for materials, comfort and ap pearance are comparable with gold-field townships of much longer standing. There are already four banks, one church, more hotels than actually re quired — being upwards of fifteen in number — nine stores, several small shops, and a newspaper office. The popu lation already includes two doctors and two chemists, several barristers and solicitors, all eager for the race to win the golden prizes that may offer. In that Alpine region the winter is severe and the price of provisions high; but there is great   promise of prosperity with the coming spring when the reefs opened up will be furnished with machinery to develop their riches, and amply supplied with water by the exertions of the company which has just been formed for the purpose. An association has lat...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HUT IN WHICH MARGARET GRAHAM WAS MURDERED—[FROM A PHOTOGRAPH BY CHUCK]—SEE PAGE 6. THE DAYLESFORD MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

THE HUT IN WHICH MARGARET GRAHAM WAS MURDERED— from a photograph by Chuck-see page 6.   THE DAYLESFORD MURDER. On the 28th December last one of the most   atrocious murders ever committed in the colony was perpetrated at Daylesford, a mining township about thirty miles from Castlemaine. The victim was a young and recently married woman, named Margaret Graham. Ten days afterwards a man named David Young was apprehended on suspicion of being the murderer, and has been remanded from time to time, while the police have been accumulating evidence to connect him with the crime. The mystery which has surrounded the affair from the first is not altogether dissipated even yet, although Young has been tried and found guilty, as the evidence on which he has been con- victed is purely circumstantial. The final trial took place at the criminal sessions held at Castle- maine, before his Honor Judge Barry, and   occupied three days, commencing on the 26th, and ending on t...

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SURRENDER OF THE WEREROA PAH—CAPTURE OF VOLCKNER'S MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 August 1865

SURRENDER OF THE WEREROA PAH. — CAP- TURE OF VOLCKNER'S MURDERERS. The correspondent of tho Canterbury Press, writing from Wellington on 24th July, says :? — 'It will, probably not ? be my fortune at any time to communicate . to you . moire important intelligence than .: that which . this mail will convoy. Wererqa has fallen under an attack of colonial forces and friendly natives, under the com mand of his Excellency in person ; and however you may have! had occasion to differ with Sir G. Grey on ; matters ;of ? '. policy, it must be con ceded/ that he , has displayed in . this. ; affair all, the qualities which were wanted— not only the infe rior one of porsonal courage,; but- also i the prudence and sagacity which .distinguish a great commander. It ib reported, though I cannot: state the iacfc upon authority, that $he: Imperial troops are ordered not td act except by the Genoral'fl express ooramand. The Governor applied to General .Waddy for assistance, which at all events' was no...

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

BIRTHS, DEATHS, AND MARRIAGES. ?'.-'?.-. — ? ? : ? ? — !*'— ? BERTH8. Abhby. — On the 5th inBt., at 132 Gore-street, Fitzroy, Mrs Robert Ashby of a son. Armstrong.— On the 16th inst., at Richmond, Mrs R. A. Armstrong of a son. BtJUTON. — On~the 3rd inst., at her father's residence, Riohmond, ' the wife of Captain O. S. Barton of a son. ? Brougham.— On the 5th inst., at Brighton, Mrs John Brougham of a son. . BunLERT.— On the 6th inst., at Avoca, the wife of Mr William 'Buhlert of n son. Birnib. — On' the' 14th inst., at Williamstown, the wife of Mr George Birnio, of a son. Cuhtib.— On the :11th inst., at Three-chain-road South Melbourne, Mrs Charles Curtis of a son. Class.— On the 14th inst., at the Manse, 'YVilliam stown, the wife of the Rev. John Clark, of a daughter. Doyu8.— On the 3rd inst., at'.Franklin-strent, Mel bourne, the wife of John P. Doyle, Esq., of adaaghtor. DowiiiNG:— On the 8th iast^at Fitzroy, Mrs John Bowling, of a son. ,\ . . . Dykes.— On the 31st ult., the, wif...

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THE ELECTION OF MEDICAL OFFICERS FOR THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

THE ELECTION OF MEDICAL OFFICERS FOR THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. The election of seven honorary physicians and eight surgeons for tho Melbourne Hospital, took place on 4th inst. Ab, under tho now act. the gon . tlemen now selected will hold office for ten years, there wno an unwonted amount of interest felt in the result; .the exterior of the hospital, indeed, during the lime the poll was being taken (from noon to Bis p.m.) prpsentod as animated a sceno as could bo instanced at any parliamentary eloction. The entrance gate was surrounded by touts who ponncod upon any ono who entered with ravenous eagerness ; and at times there was quite a scramble . for the possession of tho unfortunate voter. For the office of physician there wero fourteen candidates.;. .and for that of surgeon twenty. Tho following1 is' a list of tho gentlemen who stood for election : — Physicians : Drs. Bird, Black, Catts, Eades, Hal ford, Hadden, Livingstone, Martin, Mothorwell, M'Onrtby, Nield, Robertson and Wilkie...

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THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE ON INSPIRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE ON INSPIRATION. His Lordship the Bishop of Melbourne delivered, on 4th inst., in tho hall of the Mechanics' Institute, a lecture on 'Recont Objections to the Old Testa ment Scripture, as affecting Belief in thoir Inspira tion.' The discourse was addressed immediately to tho members of the Sunday School Institute, of whom there was a large attendance. The chair was occupied by the hon. Sir . W. F. Stawell, Chief Justice of the colony, and amongst the gentlemen on tho platform wore . his Honor Judge Polhman and the hon. Sir J. F. Palmer,, President of the Legislative Council. At the rcquest^of the chairman, the proceedings wero opened by- the Rev. Mr Perks with prayer.' The chairman then addressed a few observations to tho assemblage, , pointing out that, in consequence of the advanced enlightenment of tho present day, the que'stion of the authenticity of tho Scriptures had been canvassed to an unusual extent ; and that of those who had read tho criticisms issu...

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A BAS RELIEF ON THE BOURKE AND WILLS MONUMENT—SEE PAGE 10. A BAS RELIEF ON THE BURKE AND WILLS MONUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

A BAS BELIEF ON THE BOTJRKE AND WILLS MONUMENT— sle page 10. : ABAS: BELIEF ON THE BURKE AND . . ; ; WILLS. MONUMENT. ; ; .' On page 4 is an engraving of the bns relief which, It is intended, shall occupy ono of ? the panels on the monument recently erected at tho intersection of Collins nnd Russell streets, to the memory of Burke and Wills, the leaders of the first party that crossed the Australian continent from sea to sea. Tlio scene re presents the departure of the expedition from, Mel bourne. The figures of the two horoie leaders -ore con spicuous in the centre. Behind them, seated on a camel, is Landells, who undertook, the care of these 'ships of the desert ; ' and further to the right is Dr. ? Becker, the physician and naturalist of the party. Tho '?man on foot in the foreground, who is holding in a ?Tiighi mettled horse, is King. At the extreme left is a; figure'which will bo recognised at once as that of Mr Kyte, rthe generous donor of £1000 to thb exploring scheme, and.,b...

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