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PILCHARD-FISHING IN HOBSON'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

PILCHARD-FISHING IN HOBSON'S BAY. .,37pr a vtiine at least we are having fish in abundance ; /&nd whatever :bp their name,' about which, thero is 'some dispute,, some calling, them pilchards and others herrings,, they constitute excellent eating, and are un : commonly cheap. Shoals have visited. Upbson's isay :*[urine',the month, and their supply is apparently al inost inexhaustible.: They have been ' netted by the ?ton from the mouth of 'the Yarra to Snapper Point. vOn page first, we have' given a .view of an enormous haul, which was made oho morning lately, doso to the '? shore ?- at ' Williainstown, .which -V appears to be ??? their favorite resort... Boats ; have been so loaded ?with them that . .they have ; been nearly swamped. ;Ih the city and suburbs , they are hawked about and sold ap fid a small b'ucketfuli ' The consumption must .be very great to dispose of the quantities offered for oaleT;, and if a' proportionate dhuinution is found in the family butcher's bill, ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MURRAY AT ECHUCA THE MURRAY AT ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

t M J M 9 B, j& AY A T J! g g U C A ' THE MURRAY AT ECHUCA. :,??' Our view represents the Murray steamers takuig in cargo at Echuca, on the first rising of the river for the present season. ;A greater.number of boats were; con- gregated at the wharfs oh that occasion than have ever been seen there before. Their names 'are, Lady Darling, Pride of the Murray, Kelpie, Riverine, Mr efly and Endeavor. The boat, named. Melbourne, which occupies a conspicuous place in the foreground, is em ployed by. the 'Victorian Government in snagging the River. Echuca,the Northern: terminus, of the Mel bourne and Murray Railway is situated on the Murray and Campaspe Rivers, 166 miles from Melbourne. The Burrounding^country, . which is quite flat; and subject to inundation during the rainy season, is almpsi entirely pastoral, with some agricultural land, on which the vine, the orange, and other tropical productions, are coming into extensive cultivation. The township, being the entrepot ot 'the ...

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 September 1865

AGrE (D,A I ? L Y)v, Agent for, in London, Mr F. ALGEB, 11 Clemont's lane, Lombard street. ( THE L E A D E B, i A Journal of nows, politics, literature, and art, is published every Saturday morning, at 65 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. Tho Leader is liberal in politics, and the intelligence supplied through its columns will bo found to be accurate and complete. The' subscription to tho Leader is Six Shillings and Sixpence per quartor, payable in advance; or Seven Shil lings and Sixpence, postage paid. Tho quarter may commence at any time. , Present circulation of the Leader is 12,000 copies weekly, and it is, in fact, tho largest and most extensively circulated paper in the Australian colonies. ?. . . -? Office 67 Elizabeth streeot,' Melbourne. Agent, in London, Mr F. Algeb, Clemont's lane Lombard street. ? Y~1ARTES DE VISITE, 12s per dozen ; V_J VIGNETTES, 15s. HENRY JONES, Photographer, next Williams's Dining Booms, 107 Elizaboth street. 2 61 nov 'CHARLES WALTER,'. ' , .COUNTRY PHOT...

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POST OFFICE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

POST OFFICE NOTICE. The Royal' Mail steamship Noriham will bo de spatched with the mails for -Woatern Australia, Point de Galle, India, China and the East, Aden, Mauritius, Re-Union, Natal, Capo of Good Hopo, Suez, tho Mediterranean, ports,* Europe, . America and the United Kingdom. Tho times appointed for closing are— ' ? . ' ? - ' For registered letters, at six p.m.. on Monday, the 25th inst. For newspapers (viaMarseillesoscoptod), at six p.m., on Monday, tho 25th inst., For ordinary loiters at ton a.m., on Taosday, tho 2fith inat. For newspapers, via Marseilles, at ton a.m., on Tuesday, the 26th inst. „ Loto letters will bo received- as andesr, provided the postage and foo are fully prepaid by postage stamps :~ For Franco or foroign coontrion, via Franco, nt the Cfeacrol Post OEco only,' from tea to half-past tea a.m , fee, 6d ; from half-past ton to eleven a.m., fee, Is. Western Australia, Point do Galle, India, China, and tho East, Aden, Mauritius, Re-Union, Natal, Capo of Good...

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SALMON TANKS IN THE BADGER GREEK, UPPER YARRA SALMON TANKS IN THE BADGER CREEK UPPER YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

SALMON TANKS IN THE BADGER CREEK, UPPER YAttRA— peom a rooroorArn or coables wax/tbbJ — seb paoe 10* peom a rooroorArn or coables wax/tbbJ — seb paoe 10* SALTMON TANKS IN THE BADGER CREEK,T '?. ; ': . ; ' UPPER YARRA. ;. ':-?'?':. The region of the Upper Yarra is the locale which ? lias been chosen for two very interesting esperiments ; — the ciyilisationof the aborigines, , and the acclima tisation1' of the salmon. In our last number we;pre a^nteda view.atid'igavo an account of the aboriginal; settlement; at Coranderrk. Fronting that settlement is the Badger Greek,' and it is in that creek the salmon fey were, lodged, in: a tank jnst below the village. The -sreek is -a clear and rapid stream, running over a gravelly bed for a considerable pnrt of its course, hav ing an average width ot about 20 feet, and thickly wooded banks. The tank is about 18 feet long, and ?' 4 or 5 wide, constructed of wood with a cover of per forated zinc, opening on hinges, and padlocked. The top -of the ta...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA. : Tho S.d . Government Gazette contains tho revenue and expenditure a-etnrns for ihe year and quarter ended the .30th Juno last. Subjoined is a summary of revonno'for the quarter as compared with tho cor responding quarter of last year : — Revenue. Quarter, 1865. Quarter, 18G4. £ s d £ sd Part I. Ordinary ? 8G.342 ,19 5 87,256 7 6 Part II. A. Public Works Fund ,.1 ? 89,144-3 4 49,27111 4 Part XT. B.' Immigration Fund ? 46,847,10 10 26,137 17 0 Part.IIL Public works and reproductive undertak ings effected from loans 44,541 £ 7 43,540 1 0 Totals/ ? 266,876 0 2 206,205 16 10 This shows an increase of JC60.G70. Tho ex penditure for the same periods is compared as fol lows c — Expenditure. Quarter, 1865. Quarter, 1864 £ s d £ s d Part I. Ordinary ? 78,891 9 2 G9.5G7 IS 2 Part II. A. Public Works ? JTund ..-. ... ' ? ' 17 10 0 78 14 4 Part H. ' B. ' Immigration ' - ' 'Fund ... ' ? 11,113 13 9 8,463 11-0' Port HI. PuGlic works and ? reproductive ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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POPULATION OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

POPULATION OF VICTORIA. Quarterly abstract showing the estimated popula tion of Vijloria on tho 30th June, 1865 : — ? ? Hales. 1'emoles. Persons. Population on the 31st March, 1SG5* ? 351,023 259,670 610,893 Iuercase of population by excess of immigration over emigration (by sea) ? during the quarter end ing DOth June, 18(35 ... ? 1,5(38 699 2,267 Increase T-y excess of births over deaths during the quarter ending 80th June, 1865 ? 1,G38 1,8(55 3,503 ' . Totul ? 354,229 262,431 G1G,G63 Increase during the quarter 3,206 2,5G4 5,770 * These figures arc in excess of the estimate for tho 31st March by 325 as regards the males, and 31S £-s regards tho females, or a total of G43 of both sexes. The chango has been made in Accordance with facts disclosed 1-y the completion and further examination of tho deputy rogistrars' returns of births and deaths in 18Gd, which had not been all received and summar ised at the tuno that tho tablo tor tho March quarter was published.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

JSan WBATitnn. — Tho Dray ton corr&bpondent o'f thy Darlvnt) ? Downs Gazette, of 2nd ' September; wrifos,:' — ' T-ho wdathor contiiiuos fine yet. There Wii b,'sliglit; storm a' fowiiights since,' but tho fall ol 'rain'did nothing 'more thau niorely'lay the dust on tho roads. We aro in hopes thero will' bo' a ?fhang-o.liofoi'o long-, otherwise our faturo prospools aijc^^j.very encouraging, - pAttlo^ax-o - dyiag in ls?S« 11pin]berB for.,wnnt. of graso.t vogotntion boiilg hardly perceptible*'.' .?%,?.; ? i- ,-??,--

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"C. H. Darling, Governor. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

' C. H. Darling, Governor. '?The Governor deems it duo. to the Legislative Council to communicnte to them an address which he haB received from the Legislative Assembly, to . gother with the Governor's message in reply, thereto. It- is the .Governor's oarnost desire to aid, by all possible means within the ficopo of his duty and legitimate authority, in accomplishing, the objects which the address of the Assembly has in view, and the Governor trusts that the Legislative Counoil will recognise, in the reference made', by the ^^As- seinbly to a resolution of- the Council, and in the present exceptional ;and embarrassirig position of affairs in the Legislature, a sufficient reason for the expression to the Council of the Governor's hope that active legislation with regard to the finances of the colony may be promptly resumed. The Governor feels; assured that, in considering how this impor tant object may bo best attained, the deliberations ? of the Counoil will bo characteiised by an e...

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ALBERT-STREET CHURCH, MELBOURNE ALBERT-STREET CHURCH, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

ALBERT^STRE]ET CHDROH, 51ELB0URNE jaiKBBRB, SMITH AVXt WATTS, AnOBMBOTB]— SEB PAOE 10. jaiKBBRB, SMITH AVXt WATTS, AnOBMBOTB]— SEB PAOE 10. ALBERT-STREET CHURCH, MELBOURNE. This fine specimen of Grecian architecture belongs, to the Baptist denomination, and serves, by, its very handsome exterior and ample internal accommodation, to indicate in some degree / the_ prosperous position ; occupied ; by that /denomination in Melbourne. Tho Bev. Isaac New is pastor of tho church ; and to his labors, along , with those of the Rev. James .-?Taylor,' pastprof the' church in Collins-street (both of whom are earnest, faithful and popular preachers), the pros perity which has attended the denomination is to be . ascribed.: The church in Albert-street presents a frontage of 59 feet 6 inches ; its depth is 10d feet;: the height of the portico, ' including attio order, is 50 feet. It will hold about 1000 people, and has been erected independently, of all State aid. The whole ; Sroperty, including t...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE REV. ISAAC NEW THE REV. ISAAC NEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

IHL II '\ IS4\C NL,'VS- [rro'u \. lnoTOGK rn u\ rriTii] — but pier 10 ' [rro'u \. lnoTOGK rn u\ rriTii] — but pier 10 ' '.'. THE REV. vISAAQlNJEWi: The Rev. Isaac New waa born in Sheffield,' and ?edu- cated at; HortonXoUege, Yorkshire, i': He was^first settledat Arnsby, Leicestershire, the bh*thplaco of the celebrated Robert Hall, ' as- pastor of .the same-church over which Robert Hall's father presided for : many years.' -From Arnsby, Mr; New went to 'Salisbury, in Wiltshire, where he remained for oleveri years.-; From . Salisbury he removed to Birininghamj; where he con tinued for a similar length of time. In the year 1857, at the request of 'the 'Baptist; missiariary;committee, he was induced . to come to this, colony, where he arrived: early' in ^1858;,' The ; ;'churoh of. .which he is the pastor was then, very small, and their wor ship; was eondncted in a room capable- of ^holding only about 250 people. .' Small as the room was, it. cost, with the ground, £4000, having been bui...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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LATEST FROM HOKITIKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

; LATEST FKOjM HOKITIKA. ' | [FROM THE NELSOH EXAMINElt, ATTOUSt' 221]' * ? The William Miskin arrived yesterday morning from Hokitika, ; bringbag, 4500«,oz of gold, which, with the 1050 02 brought by : the Eleanor on Saturday, .and -lljOOO oz; last week by tho; Wallaby, gives a receipt of gold^frpm the West Coast within the last ten days of 1G.S50 oz. ~:r~. Thej intelligence .'received from the Grey gold-fields since' pur, lust is highly encouraging. On Saturday the Eleanor brought up 1050 oz of gold, this being the first/direct shipment from the Grey, all the gold previously 'obtained 'having been- sent for'ship^. . merit to-Hokitika, of which* 1723 oz were broughtrup last week in the Wallaby. ? The \\Nelsbn Colonist learns that on jWednesday morning Batty's; canoe came 'down the.rivor' Grey, havmg on board 200 pounds'weight' of gold. v i , .?..;.-.?.?;???.? ?-!'.?*»?,',.-?:, -y.- '.h ;::. -':?*.. ??'?:?.; .:?

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS FROM MARKETU. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

NEWS FROM MAKETD, [i-ROM TUB; AUCKLAND NEWH, AUCIUBT 26.1 Camp Tjb Papa, ICth August. — Wo have nows from Hakotu stating, that no open engngomont had yet taken' place at Matata against the murderers of the crewjaf -the Kate, i The Maketu party1 had boon to Matata'- and_ returned,- bringing with them two Maori prisoners,* called: Hakafaia and Te^Whiwhirie, who'aro saidr to be cbie|s. ?. Theyalao killed the. murderer of Captain. Pripgle, who, was, actually ^wearing tho cap tain's coat at the time. ,, His rinine is Joel; and,! at the tiine- ;ho -. went on I board ,; the '.'; Kate,' r .he wore; a dogskin / mat,;: under i ; which: V ho;. i concealed -' ; a tomahawk, : ^ with 1 whioh ; .ho j-^led ' poor,- Pririgle. .?Tu'erp^-was^''^^^^^^^^/''.^^!!)^' foalled; Kahawai,, Imt r he ?' ''' was; a , person ;: of - no I note; v,r The Arawas acted very cooUyj arid were not 'disposed to shed blood ; but when they saw these two, Pauljand Joel ; pullin g if or their lives, -and would riot listen to ...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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PRESENTATION OF A "SIPHER TOURAH." [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

PBESENTATION OF A ' S1PHER TOUIIAH.' On Sunday 10th inst., a special service was per formed at the synagogue of the congregation 'Shoa- rith Israel,' Melbourne, on the occasion of the presentation of a ' Sipher Tourah,?' or volume of the law, by Mr Joseph Aurons. The service com menced at four o'clock, and lasted two hours. The synagogue was fully attended, the body of the build ing being occupied by the malo and the gallery by the female portion of the Jewish community. The special service commenced after the usual daily afternoon service, and was conducted in the follow-* ing order. The minister, accompanied by tho president and other honorary officers of the congregation, took some of the ' Sephorim ' from the ark, and proceeded to the dborof the synagogue, to there receive the 'Sipber,' which was to be dedicated. The ' Sephorim' are manuscript volumes of the Old Testament, main tained in the. antique form of rolls. They are rather bulky in appearance, and are. enve loped each in...

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CHAMPION BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

CHAMPION' BOAT RACE. Gheen and Hickey, fob £200.— -The fact of the champion sculler, R. -Green, being engaged in a private match always excites more than ordinary interest iu aquatic circles, uud the ovent of Saturday was no exception to tho rule, more especially when opposed to such a man us Hickey. Some weeks sinco Greou and Hickoy rowod a match in tho same boats as used on Saturday, on which , occasion Hickoy won with tho greatest ease, but tho champion's friends and snpaortors, not being satisfied with tho result, uioio especially when it bo .camo known that ho had injured' his left hand, arranged tho terms of a second match, for £100 u-side, over the usual course on the Paramatta River. Preliminaries having been entered into, nnd, the first deposit posted, both men went into uctivo work; Green beinir located- at Mr W. Dind's, North Shore, who undertook the task of training him ; whilo Hickey took up his quarters at Kissing Point, under the special supervision of Mr V. Murray, w...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS TO LIEUT.—GENERAL CAMERON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

PRESENTATION OF AN ADDRESS - TO L1EUT.-GKNERAL CAMERON. A deputation from tho city ceunoil waited, on 25th nit., at Soofct'a Hotol, on Lieut.-General Cameron; late tho commander of H. M. forces in Now Zea land, and who ia on his wrcy to England by the R. M. S. ; Jeddo, for tho parposo of presenting him with ah address, expressive of '- he regret felt by the inhabitants of Melbourne at the .cause which had led to hi» retirement from the command of the ? forces, and their appreciation of the past services he had rendered the inhabitants of New Zealand, both European autl nativo. The deputation, which was introduced \-y Mr Yv'rftjrgu, the Mayor of Melbourne, consisted of Councillors Buttor.-i, M'Bean, Coivcll, M'Phorson, and Stoddurt ; Mr Fifzgibbon, the town olork, and tho oity surveyor uui.'ouipunicd the depu tation. Tho Mayor having gono through the cere mony of introduction, refill the nddrcss, which was ; as follows : — 41 To Lieut. -General Sir Duucan Alexandor Cameron, K.C.B., &...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. GOLD SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. ? ? ' «;- ? GOLD SHIPS. . , . Tho following aro' tho gold ships which have_ sailed since our last summary : — ' Sailed. I Ship. ' | Destination. Ounces. ? \ ? 2 ? 1 ? . . Aug. 26 ^eddo . . . . Point de Galle . . 1,324 Sept. 2 Albion . . . . New Zealand . . 3,6 „ 2 South. Australian Adelaide . . 50 „ 4 City of Mel bourau Sydney ,. J .2,684 „' 7 City of Adoiaido . Sydney ,\ ,d65 ,, 9 London .., ..London .. 85,440 Total for the month ?.. ' .. 101,479 ' ( Previous shipments for the year ' ..1,057,755 Total for the year .. '.. ..1,159,234 Of which quantity 112,!!14 oz are tho produoe of New .Zealand. The shipments during the corresponding poriod of last year wore 1,078,169 or. of Victorian gold, and 162,401 oz from New Zealand vessels, giving a total of 1,240,570 oz. ' ''.-.. ? ^_ ? ' ? WOOL SHIP. ,'The following is tile Only ycssol that has srtiled with .wool during tho month:: — ? . ,,?, ? . ? ?- Sailed. Ship , Destination. Bales. 'Sept. '~9iio'ndon ' ..' London...

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BRUTAL MURDER BY A WOMAN. INQUEST ON THE BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

: B&UTALf MURbER;BY;V A^WOMAN,^^ ;;^: INQUEST ON THE BODY.;:, ?Dr.- Yonl held an inquest on' the 5th inst., jat the morgue, upon the body of George Gulliver, who died 'the 2nd inst. from the effects of injuries received on .the previous Thursday from a woman named BHdgot Kelly,' viiiiL whomho cohabited.' , . .-, '?-..- After the jury had been sworn and had viewed tho body, Bridget Kelly, was brought into the court in custody of Detectives Kelly, and Hudson. ,: She ap pears to be about thirty years of age, and was nccom-' panied ,by ; her son, a boy .about eis years ; old,- and stated, to .be the only-living child', of -the deceiised,. three others having died. ' ,:_,' ; , ; : y; t :i ??: : ;.;. ? '?? Thomas Gulliver was the first witness called, who said : I am a gardener. The dep^ased'was my son, aged thirty-one years. He *was a /hairdresHor. I last saw him alive on Friday night, when. ; he, was in bed. * I had not' seen him for six. years, '?previously..-' 1 was sent for o...

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POST-OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

POST-OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS. Ihe t-rJt'jinof post-ouico savings Ciicke, which 1 bx; been fouud to operate go beneficially for the woikiug clabses in England, Was formally In ought into t'xistenco in Victoria on the 11th, when banks of tho deaciiption specified weio opi-ned at Mubomuo, Ballaaral, Beechworth, Castlomuino LJ-t.-.'io.iS, Mmyboroagh, Sandhurst and Williams'- tov.il. Wo givu, from tho regulations published at length an the Government Gazette of the 1st Sep tember, borne few of the leading particulars as to the system proposed to bo followed in tho working of these new nnd useful institutions. Deposits of aixpenco and upward will bo received in cash ojc note^ issued l«y Victorian banks, provided that tho sum paid in by any one depositor do not exceed ijoO witbin fourteen days ; und that whey tho principal uud iuterest together standing to thp credit of uuy one depositor shall amount to £1000, there shall be no interout payable thereon.- -Oh dopobits above 10s and below £1000...

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THE LEICHHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

THE LEICHHARDT SEARCH EXPEDITION We have received the following copy of a despatch from Dr. Murray from Dr. Mueller :— 10th August, 1805.— Menindie, River Darling. To the secretary of the Ladies' Leichhardt Search Committee— Madam,— I have the honor to submit for the perusal of your committee a resume of the proceedings of the Leichhardt search party, from its start to its arrival at Menindie. The grand start from Mr Donald Campbell's station, Glen- gower, was made on 3rd July, 1865 ; the party, under my command, numbering seven men, forty two horses and fourteen camels. The men were selected and the horses and equipments purchased by Mr D. Campbell, the camels being lent by the Government of Victoria. Nine horses were packed, tho remainder running loose. Nine of the old camels were packed ; the five young ones unpacked. This day we journeyed from Mr D. Campbell's station to Mr Archibald Campbell's farm — the Argyl Farm. Length of stage, 28 miles.   4th July. — From Mr ...

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