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THE IMMIGRANTS HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 18 July 1868

THE CASUAL ROOM AT THE IMMIGRANTS HOM E.— seb paos 6. THE CASUAL ROOM AT THE IMMIGRANTS HOM E.— seb paos 6. sll' I O K I N GO A K U M« IN THE MORNING AT THE IMMIGRANTS' H0M;E,-6Mmjfi, sll' I O K I N GO A K U M« IN THE MORNING AT THE IMMIGRANTS' H0M;E,-6Mmjfi, THE IMMIGRANTS' HOME. It is in the highest degree creditable to the popple of Victoria that in the midst of their successful pursuit of wealth they have not for gotten the poor amongst them. Melbourne possesses many noble charitable institutions that would worthily compare with those of much older cities. Happily, tho extent of poverty in the golden land of our adoption is comparatively limited, and therefore thero is at preaent no necessity for the enactment of a poor law such as is in force in the old country. The Immigrants' Homo, principally supported by voluntary contributions and a Government grant, is the only institution in the colony where admittance is afforded the destitute without any restriction or condition whatev...

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THE BLACK HILL, BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 18 July 1868

THE BLACK HILL, BALLARAT.   The Black Hill, a view of which is given on the first page of the supplement, is situate about a mile from the town in a north-easterly direc- tion, but within the outskirts. It is an im- mense cutting, but is now nearly worked' out. The sides of this extensive chasm are being gradually blasted and carried by trucks to the puddling mills, which are situ-     ated at the south side and at the foot of the hill. The stuff is pitched     into shoots, through which it passes into     the machines, and is there crushed in the   usual way. Tunnelling has been carried out to some extent, several drives having been made westerly, out of which a great deal of rich earth has been taken. Shafts have also been sunk in different parts of the old cutting, as will be seen in the engraving. It is from the sum- mit of this hill that our panoramic view of the town is obta...

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BALLARAT AND ITS GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 18 July 1868

BALLARAT AND ITS GOLD FIELDS               In writing a sketoh of the rise and progress   of the second city of the colony of Victoria,   it Is necessary to go back to the days when the   primeval forest was undisturbed, and the land on which there now stands a busy, populous and thriving township was a desert. To the solitary shepherd who less than a score of years ago guarded the flocks of his master from the inroads of native aggressors, biped and quadruped, the scene which would now present itself to his eye is one which could not fail to excite in his breast a feeling of the MINING OPERATIONS AT THE BLACK HILL, BALLARAT. MINING OPERATIONS AT THE BLACK HILL, BALLARAT. most intense and profound wonder.- Where, at what seems to the middle-aged and ' old bo short a period of time , there was the almost death like quiet of the primeval forest, there has a...

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THE CORNER, BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 18 July 1868

THE COItNEK, BALLARAT. The site of the celebrated Corner is now occupied by the London Chartered Bank, which was erected about a year ago from de signB ' by Mr Leonard Terry, of Melbourne. The mining sharebrokers now assemble around the doors of the Exchange, where they may be seen during business hours,, buying and selling scrip, and as muoh is done in the street as within the building itself. The Ex change is Bituato in Sturt-Btreet, a fow doors from the bank above-named, in close proximity to the starting point for- cabs to all ports, and opposite the post-office.

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THE BALLARAT MARKET, SATURDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 18 July 1868

THE BAtLARAT MAMCET, SATUBDAY NIGHT. The market, which is situated in the Main road, is built of brick,! with a stuccoed faring, having a hotel and draper's shop on either Bide of the entrance ; and- contains stores for the sale of poultry, meat, fish, vegetables, fruit, &o., also stalls in two rows down the centre. The number of purchasers is verygreaton Saturday night. Many- Chinamen may. be ; seen- buying; fowls, sucking-pigs and all kinds of vegetables:. It- is- also: largely patronised by minerscand' their families. The whole length of the Jflain- road, from the termination of Sturt-street- to the1 Chineso- quarter, on both sides, is. occupied by storekeepers, all of whonrprosent' the', appearance' of ? prosperity. The street being- '.comparatively narrow, the:- traffic1 is: brought close together; and1 gives: a very lively, aspect. The ? supply of fish; principally from: Geelong, is- very good-;- in- fact, seems greater: than that of - Melbourne,' the Chinese- popula t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 18 July 1868

BIRTHS, ~MA^fA,GES, DEATSi. ' .'..?' ','.'?♦.. — — - — - BIRTHS. Arnott. — On the 7th ult', at Mackay-stroet, Grey mouth, Mrs John Arnott, of a sen; ''?'?- '-. '?*? ?'?- '??' ' Bibbt.— On Thursday, tho 18tU ult, at her resi dence, off Mair-Btroet, Mrs J; S. Blbby, of a daughter. ' Oahlhlb.— On the 22nd 'ult , at Lancefleld, the wife, of Z. W. Carlisle of a son. ??'?? '??:.-.?-? -:.?: ?-'?£ ????? Chambers.— On tho 20th nit., at Nuggety Gully, Upper Three-mile, Ovens district, tho wife of Mr J. Ohambers, of a daughter.- .''??'?: V ?'' ' *' ' ' Oarsb — On the 7th inst, at Winchelsoa, the wife oj Mr Edward Careo.'of aeon. ?? ?'???.' ?.,'!/: ,-.?.?:?- Oraio. — On the 7th inst., at Boundary-street, Sand hurst, Mrs J. H. Craig, of a BOn. ?;?;..- -'j i-:-\ '?..??: :?',:,-?:. Oraiq.— Ontbe4th inst., at 01 Drummond-street, Car! ton, Mrs Ilopry Craig,' of a'daughtor;.'' ???:-?:?. ?;' ?-: ?-.'? Day.— On the*' 26tb ult., at MoyBton, the wife or Mr George Day, of ft daughter. ? ::' ??? i\ :??!-.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

G B O V. E B & B A KE R . StE.'W ING- MAG HIN E . 4C O -M-ip, A ,N, Y. \*: ,'?«., '?*?'; ? - SUPPLIERS OF \ .. SEWING MACHINES TO HER MAJESTY THE QtJEEN. PBOTZLPAL ESTABLISHMENTS OF THE GKOVEE & BAKER SEWING : I^CHINE . COMPANY. .. , __ ? : — : — _ ? _ ? ^^_^^__»|-. L.ti '- , HEAD OFFICE FOR THE AiUSl'KAL'UN OOLONI'EB:, '' '?? Hfe^i { .-? :;;80 COLLINS-STREET . ' EA^T, ;- MELBOURNE. '?-'?' :- ? ' ^£ . -Mo OBO8S brfhe LEGION of HONOR was CONPERREI) UPON the REPRESENTATIVE,.?! tho-GBOVEB & BAKER'S. m/CoVs MACHINES * - :? T.I- ;s ''''--? ~ ''' . ' at the Iato PARIS EXPOSITION. ;'' ''? s' '-'? advertised that a contemporary sewing machine was awarded the GOLD MEDAL at the late Pabis Exposition, but a certified copy of. the Ojpjtioial Awabd? IasT shows that NO GOLD MEDAL was awarded (one Button Hole Machine oxcepted) to any SEWING' MACHINE WHATEVER. ' ' .???-,»?'-'?: ? ?' ?? ? ? '???'?' -- -**'*' * -- ' --? ' Prlnto* mid ^nbUihedtiy Ebbjhbzbb and PilVm' Qms, propr...

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PRESENTS TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

PRESENTS TO HEB MAJESTY THE QUEEN. Mesas Kilpatrick and Co., silversmiths, of Collins-street, have reoently oompleted four ?very handsome drawingroom ornaments whioh are to be presented by Mrs Charles Gray, of Nareeb, to her Majesty the Queen. Daring the Prince's Bojourn in this colony, this lady presented his Royal Highness with ornaments of a nature similar to theso, and it was at his request that Mrs Gray has made a further presentation of a similar nature to hor Majesty. The presents eonsist of two vases exe cuted in frosted silver. The bases of these are composed of blaokwood, surmounted by eggs, on whioh ore sketched views of interesting and illustrative]! colonial scenery Been by the Prince ^during his stay in this colony. On one of the tassoes 'a Waokf ellow s?]lpoirtL the half of an egg, whioh is also etched with colonial scenery, and this is filled with a moat choice collection of seaweed, col leoted at Queensoliff. The view at the base of the second tasso ropres enta Port...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. ? : ? ' ? * ? ? ? VESSELS ABBTVKD AT THE PORT OF MEL BOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE JULY MAIL. Jolt. 17. Portlaw, ship. 1183, J. Curtis, from London. 'W. Oronby and Co., agents 17. Daphne, ship, Thames and Morse; Line, 1087, J. J. Graham, from Liverpool. Dlokson, W illiama and Co., agents. * 17. Anglo-Saxon, bq, CSS. J. EC. Mayhew, from Now York. Moore and Oo., agents. 17. Beatrice, bq, 417, Geo. Roy, from London. Fen vrick Broibers, agents. 17. George Thompson, ship, Aberdeen Clipper Line, 1127, Um Shepherd, from London via Torbay. Dalgety, Blaokwood and Co., agentn. 17. Luolo, French bq, 265. A. Du Tmoh, from Bor deaux. Gurcler and Adet. agents. 18. Benvonue, ship, 990, B S. Muirhead, from Lon- , ~ don Virgoe, Son and Co., agents. 18. Doon. bq, 27 '2, Peter Munro, from Saigon and ? Anjer Point. Lange and Thoneman. aeents. 25. Duko of £dlnburgb, ship, 'Whi o Star Line, 1U7, Geo. Balmunno, from Liverpool. Lorlmer, ' Marwood aurt Rome, agents. 20. Royal Dan...

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HIS EXCELLENCY THE EARL OF BELMORE'S TOUR. MOAMA, N.S.W., 27th July. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

HIS EXCELLENCY THE EARL OF BELMORE'S TOUR. . MoAMA, N.S.w;, 27th July. The town, has been in a high state, of ex-* citement from an parly hour this morning, and all necessary preparations wero completed by about noon forgiving his Eitoellency the Go vernor a loyal and cordial welcome. Consi ilerablo numbers arrived during tho morning from places up and down the Murray, and from the Viotoriau side of the river. All the avail able carriages' : and vehicles ' pf a present iible obaracter were mustered, and a ? onval on.de consisting of about twemy car rtdijos and from forty to fifty horsemen proceeded two miles on the Deuiliqiuii-road, where thi-y un«t his Excellency ut about half past two. The carriage in which the Earl arrived from Duiiiliquin was drawn by four greys, and driven by Mr Wugner, of tho firm of llobertsou and Wugher, the well-known ooaoh proprietors. Tho cortege then prooeoded into Monuia, and his Excellonoy, with tho Countess of Bi'lmora and tlie rust of tho vice regal ...

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AN AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

AN AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE. We take the following from a late issue of the Port lienison Times. It ia only a recapitu lation of the painful story which we had from the mouth of Jobn Cameron himself several months ago, and which, with the view of help ing him'- -xn the search for his wife,- we then published. As he has not yet given up pushing inquiries in the matter, we are glad to be able to/ assist him. by again publishing his statement: .-/ ' We have received a long letter, dated Towns ville, 6th May, 1868, from one John Cameron, asking us to assist him in his search for his wife; John Cameron's narrative is of the mpst romantic character. He states that he married at the Manse, Ayr, Newton, the Eev. George S; Barns officiating (he does not give the date), one Janet Cameron Murdoch, and lived with her long enough for her to have one child. He some time afterward — ' many years ago 'is the' nearest clue he gives us — left Scotlanl for, the. gold diggings of Australia ; had no luok'and ...

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THE HON. J. J. CASEY. MINISTER OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

THE HON. J. J. OASEY, HXNISTKB OF JUSTICE. This gentleman is a native of Ireland, having been born in the County of Clare in 1831. Ho was educated at Galway college, and, after visiting the United States and the Continent , of Europe, camp to Viotoria in 1855. Prom the time of his arrival, till within a year ago, he has been connected with the press, as oo -proprietor * ' of theBendigo ' Advertiser vrithMr A. Mackay, . one of the representatives of Sandhurst. He has been several times elected a member of the municipal council of Sandhurst ; was chairman . of the council in 1861 ; and the same year re ; oeived an appointment as territorial magistrate. He -was elected momber for the Sandhurst Boroughs in 1861 as a supporter of the Heales Government, but was unseated on the petition of Mr Howard. Elected for Mandurang in 1863, on tho resignation of Dr. Owens, Mr Casey has continued to sit for that constituency, having been returned fivo times. His special work in the House has been the...

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VICTORIA INSURANCE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

v4yiOTpRl4 INSURANCE COMPANY. ' The ninth annual geneial meeting of the shareholders in the Victorii Life and General Inaurance Oompany and Savings Institute was ield pn: 21st nit., at the offices, 82 Coliina street eflst; Mr Henry Miller presiding. The report of'tb'e board of directors was as folio yfa:— ' Tj^e directors of the Victoria Life, and General Insurance Cp.inpany jand Savings Jn utitute beg leave to submit thejr ninth annual report and balance Rhjeet, duly certified by the auditors. Yonr directors hiiy.e again '%q con gratulate the shareholdera on the favorable progress which the company continues to make, the balance to credit of profit during the year amounting to—in the life department, £7545 16a lOd ; and in the insurance and savings branch, £9331 Is 3d ; together, £16,876 18s Id. Out of this balance of £16,876 18s Id yonr directors now declare a dividend of 10 percenj;. on the paid-up capital, which dividepd'' will amount to £4000, and the balance -of ~£i2,8if}' 18s...

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MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

MURDER AND SUICIDE; . A correspondent of the Qeelong Advertiser, narrates the following tragedy:^— ' -. ,. ?. . ; :'; Gamperdown.'July 8th, 1868.' Yesterday afternoon a frightful murdoV was committed near the tbwnshio of Cobden. and this morning, when the police went to arrest the {inspected murderer, before the police could effect an entrance he committed suicide;' by shootinghimaelf. The particulars, as far as I have them at present, are us follows : — About, two mile's. JTrom.Gobden there resides a Mr Buckingham, whose daughter, a girl about sixteen years of'age^ a man named Pjerry was in love with; but it is expected that, believing the girl to be in lova with another, has led him to murder her, which it is supposed he did by shooting her- The father was en-' gaged about half a mile from his house when - he met this man Perry with a double-barrelled gun ; that Buckingham invited him to din ner, but thathedeolined, saying he did not feel all right. Perry then went on and shortly ...

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THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ON THE POSTAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ON THE POSTAL QUESTION. ' At a recent meeting of the Chamber of Comm erce there was a considerable disoussion on the postal question. The Chairman said the next business would be. .tho - consideration of - the -postal servioe. Some tioje piqee the coinjnittoi? addressed the Jion. IVTr Sla4en,, when Qkiet Secr4tary, and laid boforo l)jm their . reasons for desiring a fortnightly porvica. In repjy, Mr Slfl4en, whilst ucknowledging the advisability of tbe extra service, stated that the dpflcie.ucy pf £80,600 on the rnail service of 1867 was the greatest obstacle jn tho way of tbe adoption of the extra mail each, month. Mr Geokcif. Martin said that it would be in thP recollection pf the members th.nt, last year, a sub-eommitteo was appointed to deal with and investigate the subject. TJ»eir,report to thocliamhur conclndod with tlio following para graph: — ' Undur these ci.rcurast;mce's the sub oommittee recommend that no jmin-ediate steps bo taken by tbe obumber i...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND MISSION TO THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

CHUR0HipP;ENGL4^I- ' IVIfSSION TO ', ? ,';-^'- 'the^abori&iiI^s,-;^' ' . . * The annual meeting of thlfl sobiety was held at the Mecliapips' Institute, on 16th. inst. His Honor .ftljp'Jostide ^ples worth presided: There was. a-i^'efy'fau? attoudanpij. The phairmari said it^jSs the fate, of .th'e;:apciVjty. not to draw ?numeral^- -audiences ;;at: -its: 'meetings. Being' ? deeply ijcDpresied, however, with a, sense of its usefulnQ88y*h*e .trusted; th^t: ;in the futpro the efforts' of the committee wpuld meet with adequate encburagement and support, ' Fortu nately, the Government ; had endeft^pred to ' supply the bodily wants of the ab/Prigines, and it .was the duty pf 'the society to administer to their spiritual requireujeate. The report stated that when the : committee, last addressed' the society thejra were three mission1 stations, at which, wero located thpeo missionaries and their wives. .There ; were also two missionaries engaged in travelling along the course of the Da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

Mr James Caple, bookseller, of Collins-street west, a woll-kuowDoiid respected colonist,; died suddenly on the 18th ult. The Metropolituu Biahop of Sydney, has an nounced his'intention of inviting, a conference of bishops on tile occasion of thi? consecration of Sydney. Cathedral in September or October next. The liutt confefenoe held b.v -. tlie Metro politan with bis suffragaus was in 1859: _ It is with very great pleasure and' satlbfao tioii, siiys a New Zuuluud p.iper, that we have learnt from a visit to Mr Mansford's flax mill and rope manufactory, at Coal Point, that the utilisation of the native' flax for valuable 'mer- cantile products is progressing -moBt' satisfac torily. Mr Maiisford has at' present1 employed three ropemakurs and one haokltr, which indi oatex a power of (iroduciug the prepared? mate- rial of no incoiiHiderablo degree; It, is pur posed shortly to commeuoo tlio manuflioture of two-inoh rope, and with the finest bf'the tna teriul thu siuttiler Borta of ropo,...

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BANQUET TO THE HON. THE CHIEF SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

BANQUET, TO THE: HON.. THE CHIEF SECRETARY. A* complimentary dinner to the hon. James M'Oollooh, Chief Secretary, was given at Tucker's Cranbonrne Hotel on 24th July, as a mark of the appreciation by his constituents of -his consistency during the period he has represented Mornington. .-' Shortly after seven o'clock over sixty gentlemen sat down to a substantial repast; the chair boing filled by T. Henty,' -Esq.,' J.P., and the vice-chairs by Captain Baxter and J. Wilson, Esq., J.P. Among the guests were the hon. J. G. Francis,' M.L.'A. ,? the hon. S. Bind on, M.L.A.'; and Mr M'Caw, M.L.A. . The ussomblage represented the greater portion of the wealth and respecta bility of the distrio't of Mornington, the follow ing gentlemen being notioeable : — Mr W. A'Bockett, J.P. ; Mr A. Buchanan, J.P. ; Mr J. Brisbane, J.P, ;?' Mr J. Wilson, J.P, ; the Rev. A. Duff, M.A.'j'&o. The Chahiman, before proposing any tpasts, read a letter. of apology from the hon Q. Higinbothdm, stating tha...

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SCOTCH COLLEGE AND CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL BOYS' BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 8 August 1868

SCOTCH COLLEGE ANB CHURCH OF . ENGLAND GRA.MMAR SCHOOL BOYS' BOAT EAOE. The banks of the Yarra presented a most animated apppeurartce on the occasion of the m itoh being rowed off by the Scotch College and Church of England Grammar Suhool boys on Thursday, the 18 oh of June. Nothing could exceed the enthuniusra- displayed by frit-nds of the rival crews, even ladies sungly CHSconsed under the willows of the Botanical Gardens being evidently, as strongly moved by Dartisanshio as the.lada who had iust* arrived in hot haste from the olass-ropm. The Sooloh-' men were the lighter crew, with tlae lightest boat, an advantage v which the heavier metal of' the Grammar School could not overcome, in spite of every effort in what was .from the start, a losing race. Better circumstanced, the latter might have turned, .the tables on their oppo ueiitg, for, as it was, little, more than a length separated the boats at the* finish. No acci dent occurred to- raar' the raue, which was rowed in fpur-oii...

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