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ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

Sr. KILDA. Tbe«mlMti(w-«ir tW» itotont dbtriet took pUoe w kiirte, la front of tboOoort hooas, only two or at owdfditM (Matin. Fetenon tod Orewp) balM twmat. There wwe net hal f.» dotrn taacmitweieat. Tht Boo. A. FAmm, tbt jttumioc otSotr, tojfMwtd tfae writ ' HWW. Peterson, f, 8b^w, T. H. Inf MltrB/tnd J. B. Crew*. Al ttwit trerenkOre ^oootT^M^VaiTaS^^tiM polling - mmm Mngdvw-AgtUted In tbe mtmtttpm ■■ of Monday next Jtt» had now ooootiuM hl» doty, and itwM opto to anr or wo Candi da toito ^ £ ooaduntod with goodtanper tod fouling. Mt. Fittsao* arprwMd aoofdlal concur fence In thin vrlfh. end the preceding* closed Willi thsnka to the returning officer.

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

POPULAR NAMES IN NATUrvAL HISTORY. Sir,—With much pleasure I have read a very interesting article ia ThcAuilralasian on the popular nomenclature in natural iiia ®°ry. I quite agree with the writer, that it 1 is touch hotter to adopt wherever it can bo ascertained the aboriginal name of an ani mal instead of the unmeaning English designation ; still this will never give us what we-want, os any animal ranging over a large extcut of country will have perhaps fifty and more names, amongst as tusny native tribes. Take as an example the so-called short-nosed Bandicoot, the Teiatueles obesulaof Geoffrey, which is known as Pirrikin to the blacks of the Lower Murray, as "Quoint" at King GeorgesSouad, and '^Gwen-dee" farther north, towards Berth. The tiger-cat of the Murray settlers (Dasyurus Geoff royii, Gould) is known to the aborigines of that district as Kettrie, in the neighbourhood of King George's Sound it is Djn-tytch, in the Vasse district Ngoor-js, in that of Vork Bar-ra-jit, and ne...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPEN COLUMN. SAXBY'S PREDICTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

OPEN COLUMN. SAXBVS PREDICTIONS. TO TDK EDITOR OP THE AUSTRALASIAN. 8ir,—The successful predictions of Saiby's atmospheric changes cannot escape the notice of ordinary observation, and may become of. great importance, not only to travellers by land and by sea. but also to agriculturists and many others. The fact of his predictions scarcely ever failing has produced a general confidence in the public mind. The few failures that have occurred have caused some minds to be sceptical, and to conclude, most | falsely, that the successful predictions have only been fortunate guesses! Very many with whom X have conversed on this important subject express a strong wish to know on what principles his calcu lations are based, and. if they are some infal lible laws of nature, how it is that there can be any miscarriages in the fulfilments? So far as I have been able to ascertain, it is the general impression that the storms pre dicted depend upon the relative positions of the planets and satell...

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

THE VOLUHTEERS. TffjE, iOTE$CQXl>I^ BIFLE •: * I ' ^of Victoria«o4Ujfr ft^V^lwAreaboat p fmm ^ !tht £aadiid^e nogai ,tb*-'«hha>ploa torn ■,;•£ V'X '% '■ w .'fi^i)»)i|«|bBb(ttaa)iltok*fMi<in (*T •.; toterwt^jtab^dolonlMta iWdout^fBi ftttonof erant. ■ T1»e Yotaotocw ofboth 4$Ml'J% W»' iboortn<«tooe»himBnioh>i «r»rainatUntod1 'feipgyti^aw w |9w |m ipwiwb>i>nt fa itraoed to ttaa 'toioei»u#i#f ;t)»; rivalry fcuftrfotntod fat totting, Car^tem gton it tajtoi araritofitoUdny to of' (he more pulnnble results of the other com* petitions; hut (hen the newspapers, on which the body of the public in all osbos rely for | information, are raoro eagerly Bcanned in tbc former instance, and more curiously , spelled through. There is but little | momentary excitement for the pleasure- j Feeker at any rifle match, even if it is an intercolonial event, hut there is more abiding I intcreet for tlio people, more reality, and more to be proud of. It is safe to prophecy ...

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

EMERALD HILL. The nomination proceedings for this dis trict took piaoe at the Mechanics' Institute, in the preeenoe of about fifty persons. Dr. Haig, the returning offioer, having read the writ, declared that Messrs. H. Oreswick and EL 6. Anderson had been dot; nominated, in aooordance with the terms of the Electoral Act As only one candidate conld be retained, a poll would take plane on Thursday next Mr. Akdebsoh said that it was not intended by the El ntoral Act that candidates should address the electors at nominations, and be had only attended on that occasion as he did not know whether Mr. Creewick would be there. In the absence of that gentleman, he wonld not enter into any political questions. He would only say that he had been foreome years their representative, and was conscious of having done nothing daring that time to merit the oppntflonB now met with. If he were retnrnedBe Bjhld con tin ne to endea vour to MtHm" th^Etereete of the district, as he bad smflMkBis The pro§^...

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

THE AJMU41 MUSKETfiJT ' INSTRUCTION. Tbe oonditione of tbe oonree of miuketry ■ {Detraction for tbe year 180S bare been pub lUbed in • brigade-order dated 2Jit October,\ U6t, a copy of wblch it subjoined. The ] volpnteen will peroelre.eewtej Important - ohangM In .the negaUUotw. prominent among which are tbe alterations in tbe sice j and tbapee of tbe target*, end tbe addition . of file .and volley firing to the opnne*. Time i changea, by nwlmilating .the Victorian with the Rythe, »j»V)iM. :irm enable an' esaot oompariapofio ,he diW"b between the. do luge of the oplptilal and tbe $iigiiab , Fotnnteen, • power^n^hloh pdf men hare no atnea tofaftr if thoy./aUnot away from their prafdioe ^ pr^Mi yeanu.' It will' he obeenad that the j^Mme',enquired to he gone tbrpngh to fig ee effectireile not theiameaebefore, Shoot-' ing at .the long ryjajr fr, dUpeoeed with In comlderation of (he $ie ypUoyfiting *t-, trading distanced, ;" Yj , T^e following erelhe ragnlitiorni t-r '' The oonrae of mni...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TROPICAL RESOURCES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

Hhe TROPICAL RESOURCES OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. I (nunc vhb Aoxuna omtm.) Okobos WnMot E*u, liamber of the Bojal Aektie Society, I The following paper was to bare been read the annual meeting of the PhUoeophioal Jt;; but the meeting having been deferred L lb, Earl being about to take bit de|**• s immediate!; after the arrival of the mail, 11 landed the paper to the Etyufor tor pub it ion, from which we transfer it t— ijmtlatb drawing toadtm will be ble in poknlal annals as baring wit atudded " movement that has studded the of the trends) region with a line jf elements UirOUfiboutlts length from wet "west. On the 1st of January laat^ Bowea, l'ortDeniaoo,ontfce north-eaet coast, was pi; aettJemept jMffth of the tMp& &ock pmBay andCwpa.Soti; haTe athea been "* to jhe hst | and a despeloh from the , Secflfciy' cMJllfenslanl to tbetteVnest nt of thia oolatyethnoondea that nuutbm tons have alreawJfoeB formed oo*b» banks: phe Flinders, iritf.n -tha riven flowing'f I Gulf of Chtp...

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. We have odvloos front Adelaide to Satur day lwt> In th« Leglelatlve Qounqll, on the 27 th ulL, the Chief 8roretofy*teto&lu answer to Mr. Bsnow, that the rrwldent oommls eioner iu the northern territory bed been reminded, in h despatch, that he hediull power to dismiss any ofBoer who tnltht have rendered himself obnoxious to his rule. -The Omummefit GaMttU Of the tame arching oon tnlne the appointment of Meter*, ft. H. Edmonds and H. D. Packard as surveyors, and Mr. Clement Young as postmaster and cleric, in the northern territory. The Assess ment on Stock BlU, allowing Ineaiie of the Crown the value of their Improve ments dutlogthe five years' renewed tenancy, wis trad a third time in the Legislative Council on the 27th alt. The Scutk Auttrk lion Btguter of the 28th says:—"We leant that the thirty men who have J net been en gaged for the northern territory, surd whose pay Is to be fie. each per day. were allfctle astonished yesterday on beln. informed tha...

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

1lftl»0UtilDIN6S. i.liMfT.-ImixnuvM «l Anliw*, Mwl OrtobM, , ISM. Anrirtw Ollipnn, M*q- Timwj 10«. lWnuthorM.uk* OK »*r riwuWw BintUUrMtd , rain If no»d*toioil *n4 myOTot J*""1!««•» xiW on VUi Dowrolw, ISM. P. Hiu, PoiinakMyff. < 'Asc »t Aw CrMk, SIM O0' toher, ISM, hy J. Hoblton, Km Tim* !•. «Mh| Ditrk b») flll.v, Mw* iwinto. Itujr tall, likert*r and ondwr(Urn. *(—T>off moulder; Jirtt bwm. or btadt . mm*. Ftor, lira wiirt bttweeo thlgha, KG or O off rhcuMer, #3 off neck (back of 8 to left), HI neor ! ibnuidrr'<L)ir 6 to left) ; Uv jonv mure, bl*A uoluU, evitcb UU, white «r°l» on back bono, + In drela ooar rlba- nouMooIoaMd ■», rough oont, now hind nation white, atar. anddU end ooilar curfcod, low tondituej, WA new ahoolder; lay mare, black (wlnta, ea-itcli toil, small star, OA near ahoolder: ha} mare, iter lonuf nwtr ear broken, aaditlo end eouar marked, fore' ourenote and naar hind fetlock white, neck and ahuuldera marked Itf batula, TL off ehoulder, JU ab...

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

ADELAIDE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. (fbom the obskbvbr.) The eleventh annual meeting of the Ade laide Philosophical Society was held at the Institute, North-terrace, on Tuesday evening, October 18. There were about twenty mem bers present, and Mr. Charles Todd, one of the vice-presidents, occupied the chair. The following gentlemen were appointed officers for the ensuing year:—President, His Eieellcncy the Governor-in-Chicf; vice-pre sidents, His Honour the Chief Justice and Mr. C. Todd; treasurer, Mr. J. H. Clark; socre- ■ tary, Mr. J. Hoeking; representative of the society at the Board of Governors of the Insti tute, Dr. Wyatt; corresponding honorary secretary, Mr. G. W. Ear). wooirOBOwnta ur wobth austuija. Mr. WetjJ! said he should have to refer to Mr. Earl's paper, because that gentleman's views on the enbjeot of wool-growing in North Australia appeared to have undergone a great change. His first work on Tropital Australia had recently been quoted in England to sup port the idea th...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER "SCENE" IN THE SYDNEY LEGISLATURE. MR HOLROYDS CASE. (FROM THE SYDNEY MORING HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 5 November 1864

ANOTHER "SCENE" IN THE SYD NEY LEGISLATURE. ME HOLEOYDS CASE. (mOM THE EIDKST MOftKIKO HERALD.) In the Legislative, Assembly of New South Wales, on Friday, Oct 2S,— Mr. Arnold brought under the notioe of the House what he contended was au unsatisfac tory position of the inquiry which he had bee n the means of initiating into the charge brought by him against the late Minister for Works, and entered into a long explanation •f the motives which had actuated him in entering npon this inquiry, and of the posi tion in which the vote of the preceding evening had placed him—of bringing a false and unfounded charge. He considered that that vote had unduly and improperly inter cepted this inquiry, and prevented it from being pursued to its legitimate conclu sion. The motions which he had placed on the business paper for that even ing, for the production of farther evi dence in support of the charge, had thus virtually been stifitd; for, according to the probable course of public business, th...

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

NEW ZEALAND. By the steamship Hero, we have advices from Anckland to Hie 25th October; Nelson, 18th October; and Wellington, 22nd October. We have also, by the City of Hobart, files from Otago and Southland to the 27th, and Lyttelton to the 25th October. AUCKLAND. Tni PtoescCTiou or the Was.—We un denund that the tenor of the despatches received by the Governor by the last mail is that the war is to be carried on vigorously to the complete subjugation of the rebels, and that on this condition the trcops will not he withdrawn until that desirable object is achieved. Fight and subdue the rebels, or accept the alternative of agreeing to the withdrawal of the troops, are the terms said to be ofiered; and we think the colo nists' representatives will hot, if His Excellency the Governor has, have any difficulty in deciding as to the course that should be adopted. That the effect of the despatches received by His Excellency is such is confirmed by the fact that GOO of the military were, wh...

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

MINING. The mining newt received within the Ult few dare to altogether unimportant. No new rnihee of any promln hare broken out, and thing* are declared to he very dull at thoae of somewhat older date. The Darling-flat ground to going out of favour, and there appears to be little hope now of any fresh discoveries there. . The situation of the new field talked of a few days linoe has not been yet announoed j but a new rath to much wanted Just now for the many miners troubled with the periodical deaire for roving, and without any desirable new plaoe to ] goto. The late Improvement at Majorca con tinues, and several more ftueh claims have been taken up, especially on the wet ground at the south end of the old lead. The pumping engine lately ertcted there le diying the gronnd so fast that It will loon he worked ; with fadlity, end the yidd promisee to be good. A rush for claims ha* also set in to the portion of the Hanoverlen Lead applied tor under lease, as this too promises to be diy ...

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

MINING NOTES. Jtrporta of the following yield* here beeo nedf«l by Mnm. Tl'Ulbia Clarke mm! Eon*:—A)*x Amccta. lion, Tics. frutn Ate ton*; Grand Juncttao, Malta* 6V7gb. from 116 too*; Beehive AieucUtion, About b&oc. for month; Union tkwniny, fTiin—iflit, IIborough yield Iw w^ek 96ot.. dove to boon* dary of Magnum Bonum Omnpany; New Cham Com* pany, fcOoa.; Nelmn Itcef Company, BOoa. Telegram from Vain. J actum and Fakooer. Paylestord t—Vleld for week—AewWeanbeXHUlCoo* pany, ASSot.; Guriuelia Cotupaig, lttea. 6dvt; fcexton Company, 76c*.; Cootxxria Company, nri.* Crown, qnanc, 6tos. lWwi- ; Prince <4 wafet, ytoo. Adwt.; Specimen-hiU Company, quarU, lAax.; Deo* werie Cvtu)axiy, quarts, 41«#l lhJwt.; Eictequo Company, 6Sos.; Aj*t Company, quarts, fx*. Jftfwt. Beehive Mining AmoctaUon, Tajreagower.—lbs return for month of October U 489 tona, rialdtag ' rataedby tba Atfot. 6dwL lfcgr. Some of the storm i tributm In the northern ground ba« yielded upnrdi el three ounces ...

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

TEA MARKET. Means. J. Ererard and Oo. lopply- tite 1 following report on the tea markets We cannot quote spy aftermUocsin the eiiae of tea, ; although decidedly more business Is dotagrat quota- • Woom, several* psrosU of ooegou, of various klads, having ben disposed ot At auction, on Thursday, 2,000 packages vera sold in u eselgoed estate, veiy ■ unevenly, the better kinds down fttlly 2d. per lb., but i the common©r descriptions at foil quotations, via, from Is. 7 Id. to 2s. M.; also £00 boxes Ceaton made orange pekoe at te. Sd. Oo the 1st November, 1861 • chictri low broken, from Knglsnd, van sold at ; llfd. in bond, Sfhkb most ban paid Importing, ouch tea being worth in the London market bid. to 01, In i addition to a conriderable percentersforlnereaee of weight between the two ports. On toe 2nd November 1,500 packages were advertised for sale, "all more or leu damaged by nee water." A few vera sold at Is. 3d. to Is. lOd. for congou, and 2s. 21 for scented orange pekoe, Terr fair ...

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

COUNTRY NEWS. The following items of Ecbnca news are from the Riverine Herald of Wednesday:— "Doting the last few daya the township has presented a very buey appearanoe, in conse quence of the laige arrivals of wool bom various parts. On Sunday afternoon, the Riverine and Firefly, lashed together, arrived alongside the wharf heavily laden with Us fleecy freight, the whole of which was dis charged most expeditiously by half-past twelve next morning. We were given to understand that the cargo consisted of nearly 200 bales. ' On Monday afternoon, the lady Daly came alongside the wharf, and commenced discharging her cargo, oonsuting of nearly 100 bake of wool, and alargequan tity of floor, sugar, and tea. The whole of this, owing to the two powerful cranes erected on the recently-oonstiacted platform on the banks of the Murray, was rapidly dis charged, and deported to Mel bourne cm Toes day, together with fix enormoos drayload* of wool, amounting, in the aggregate, to nearly 200 hales, ...

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

NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE ELECTION. The polling took place oo Wednesday. The cirdidifea were Itr. Fnnde Boherteoo (the leto member), Mr. Nicholas FitxgetahLand Mr. Alexander Bayne. The following returns have been reoelred (bt XLKOTBtc nuoRint) Bobertaon. Baym. FlUgwiM. II 81 SB 31 8 19 U 14 S3 4 e 9 60 9 1 10 10 6 8 U 4 9 7 8 s SO U 18 n 88 97 84 80 4 . u 83 t 1 8 < 8 8 98 tt T It U 48 SB 11* 81 14 1 14 t 1 U 5 *8 10 "i Si 8 so 9 a SB 6 4 u H 5 8 • 1 10 1 8 8 8 t *T 8 8 18 19 8 18 r 6 IS U 10 t IS i • 8 su . 808 818 Qum Dsyiasford FinfcHnfoid Ok©]job 8t*aagwa;s HeitbooU logiewood KQbmhw .. EyneUm.. P%fjpfl*i«n. Ettl! BSfl Wfatte-btb ... BlMU .. Hunt Bprtaw CMt.. ^GuBT Kewind Tindik .. WoodetxS.. BwciQjf GnUdfbrd.. VttkUad fimpvrt.. Tbteb CA8TLEMA1NE, Vtawui Niqht. Forty-eight qM bin been Moetved, fifing On following lecolt: Berne ... ... £81 Fltegenld 617 Brtertioa 285 Twenty-two letarna hive yet to arrive. The (meant majority for ntegerald ii thirty Scabbt Scour or ran Wnmi...

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

BALLARAT DISTRICT. ? ^ iwatMsw'w aSSta^'iiT1 BoatwMfl jiaaad OonpAsjr't »taii£3t£»,'

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

SALTING BEEFS. The following la from the Ttrreagoteer Tiwut, of Friday " The arch scoundrela—auppoeed to be father and eon-who have been for a long time perambulating the country, and 'takingin' the unwary by celling ahum in blank xeefi by the meeni of 'ealted qnarta,' hare at laat been brought op. They hare assmed varloux aliattt, the laat being Clarke and Hooper. The mease retorted to in the earn which he* led to their detection and punlibment, were ea follows:—Near thollla hila Href, aurfaoe etonee, partly imbedded In tha earth, were taken oat, and (mall piece* of gold punched Into the cro Tioee; the done* wen then ro-depoeited, end all wae in nrmdlnnee las the yiotlma —Mr. Ooogb, Mr. Hollingsworth, and an other. A atone at two wae ah own, and a claim marked out, and the victim!, aearohlng tor tbemaelrea, of oouree came on to tha' plantad flwdmena. A bargain wae than ■trade—two eharee for twenty poundt; ten pound* wae paid down, ami an arrangement made for the party to meet the n...

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

MALDON MINES. The monthly meetings of thmeof the Mal don mining companies—the Beehive, the Grand Junction, and the Esglehawk—were held on Monday, at the offices, 87 Market street. The directors of the Beehive Com pany reported that doting the month of Sep tember 008 tone were patted through the stampers, yielding 820aa. of amalgam, or 81Cct lOdwt. of smelted gold (being an overage of lOdwt. I2sr. per ton) and realis ing £1,232 12s. fid. The expenditure (Inclu sive of £172 0«. 91. incurred in con nexion with the einhing of the engine shaft), amounted to £760 Us. 6d- The report also etated, that- notwithftandtng the delay of a week at the beginning of the month, in consequence of the pumping gear getting ont of order, the return for October had been most satisfactory. 480 tons which were crashed having yielded 487oa. 6dwt ISgr. retorted gold, or an average of upwards of en ounce per ton. From the funds in hand the directors would be enabled to order a dividend of 10s. per share, payab...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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