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AWARD RAPIDS, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

AWARAUHAPiDS, NEW ZEALAND.;. Theso.rapids are about four niiles,from,Queenst6wn, twenty-f^-ofrom KingBtown (on tho. way to Invercar , gill),, and fot-iy-fivo from the head of Lake. Wakatiki, of which thej form the ontlet, and the only outlet Saaown. , On the tongue of land beyond the rapids ib the residence of a well known squatter, Mr G. W. Rees, upon whose run tKe town of (jueenstown is .' onil*- ; ? .-' :- :-:,:. . ?'. ??-. ':?/.? - '.. ;.'.:',?' KAWAEAU RAPIDS, NEW ZEALAND— ['rnoM a photograph dy pain, queenbtown]- see page 10. KAWAEAU RAPIDS, NEW ZEALAND— ['rnoM a photograph dy pain, queenbtown]- see page 10.

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLAARAT AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SHOW. WEDNESDAY, 6TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

EALLAARAT AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SHOW. - .WEDNESDAY, 6tH SEl'IEMBEK. Though very famous for its yield of agricultural produce, the Ballaarat district has hitherto been very incompletely represented at tho shows which have annually occurred under tho auspices of tho -local society. So long as it maintained a purely agricultural character, a void existed, which haa at length been tilled, by widening the basis oh which tho society was founded, so as to include tho pastoral interest. The beneficial effect of tho change must, oh Thursday, have strongly impressed -those' who, have ? been .accustomed to visit these ohows. The departments whioh were formerly 'weak were filled out in a manner thet must have afforded the utmost gratification to those who have ' been instrumental in bringing about the result ; tho sheep-classes, for tho first time, presented an appearance that did ample justice to tho district, and tho society may con gratulate itself upon a mo3t successful renewal of its c...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIMBER GULLY, SKIPPER'S CREEK, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

? TIMBER : GULLY, SKIPPER'S CREEK, NEW ??'-. ^. ?^?':.,A'~s;^- V^ZE'AIiAND.-v..;-./ -':???'..'??.??'?. Vv I '. v : 3Kmb er Gully .- is ':-?'. at :.the head ' of ? Skipp er 's Creek, ; , -which runs eventuaUy into the ?Shbtpyer River. It is ' about tliirty-thriaB :milea from ! Queenstown iuid f^ery: ?? difucult ; of; aocess; '.v .The i-. supplies:;: of tiraber if or the , workings in the. surroutjding: !minijjg'; district ''? 'come '^ inninly from' ih^V'gUly|v'&bm~'-7luc&\sthoy-liaTe to; be , ?rafted down the ^ stream^ ^ThOitreeSi^ as:-;^\yill' bo^ seen irom; the sketch, lean at a consiaerable jangle, and fleybral ' nbcident8; -have '.' bccuiTed;iti::;c6nsfequbiico 'of their ? ialling : suddenly V af tet continuous .'wet weather. J - The ' ycenery of. the; entiio district is 'exceedingly rugged. . ? ?TiaiBBn GULLY, SKIPPER'S CREEK, NEW: ZEALAND— [from a phoxooraph by pain, qli.lnstow.sJ— see pvge 10. ?TiaiBBn GULLY, SKIPPER'S CREEK, NEW: ZEALAND— [from a phoxooraph by...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOONLIGHT PARADE OF VOLUNTEERS—SEE PAGE 10. MOONLIGHT PARADE OF VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

MOONLIGHT PARADE OP VOLUNTEERS— bee paoe 10. MOONLIGHT PARADE OF VOLUNTE BBS.' ' One of those moonlight parades 'which seem to be in vogue at present came .oft' on the evening of .lQth August, and was. well attended? both by the metro politan and suburban companies; , Col. Anderson, Mnjors Moodie and Hall, and Captain and Adjutant Snee performed. the stnff duties on the, occasion, and there were ubout seven hundred rank and file under arms on the ground. The locale was ?Fawkner-park, the reserve between Prahran: and St. Kilda, about two miles from the city. The ground is not sufficiently clear of timber for manoeuvres; ;but there was ? room : enough for ordinary marching. The Engmeers, Me tropolitan and Emerald-kill' and St. Kilda Artillery : companies, and Melbourne, Carlton, North Melbourne, Richmond j Prahran and South Yarra and Collingwood rifle companies were well represented on the occasion. The troops were on the ground by eight o'clock, and it was half-past eleven when they ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

ENL ARGBMBNT or THE WEEKLY AGE, AND ITS AMALGAMATION WITH THE FABMERS* JOURNAL. Tho Farmers' Journal, after a long- and pros perous caroor as an indopeudont paper, has'buen in , corporatod with tho Weekly Aou, and tho two papors, each rotaining its own spocial foaturos of in torest and respective Jitorary and editorial staff,, wilt ? unite ,thoir forces so as to produce a journal suporior to anything' yofc issued from tho Victorian pross. ? For this 'piu-poso the Weekly Aqe has. boon enlarged by four extra -pages ^ (equal to eight png-es of tho Faiuieub' Journal); thus making- it .the iakciest PATER -IN THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIISS.- , ? Tho prbprietors have boon induced to makotbia change chiefly through the strong- representations made by t.ubsorlbors to tho FAniiuns Journal of their desire for amoro liboral supply of general nows. .Residents in the country, wliethor farmors or miners, raroly subscribe to moro than' one Melbourne paper and henco the nooessitjr that it affords tho full...

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

THE SURVEY OF THE COAST. In October, 1857, the necessity for a suryny ofi the const of the colony, and the desirability of ils Leing performed by the Homo Government wns 'brought under the notice of the then Govcrnnient of the colony by the; chief harbor master, Captain Ferguson. Beyond mere correspondence between '' this officer and the head of thu department to ivhich he wus attochnl, the Cominissi'iner of Trade and , Customs, nothing wiw doiie, until from the fre ? qaency of wreckb, attiibnlal le iu h great inensm-i- to the incorrectness of the charts then in nse, und ' -he want of a complete survey of the coast, the at tention of the Chamber of Commerce was drawn to ' the ' necessity, in the interests of the mercantile community, and for the ndvaucement of the - port, of something being done to give 'effect to the chief harbor mnstor'n representations ; and a resolution was arrived at- affirming the necessity for an ? accurate snr ~vey-ofthe coast line of the colony, and recom 1...

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

THE JiQNTH. '.-.;-j The political crisis has passed through several .'phases since the period of our last issue. On the occurrence . of the dead loot, consequent upon, the Council shelving the Appropriation Own-Tariff Bill, and stopping the.-, supplies, .a member of the Assembly brought' ! forward »' motion, ' requesting the ^Governor to take ?teps to relieve the country from ? its political - , embarrassments. It was substantially a motion .. of ?: want; of confidence, inasmuch as ; it appealed to the Governor, irrespective of his political advisers. On a division being called for, only six votes were recorded in its favor. Another motion was thereafter carried by 40 to 16, calling the attention of His Excellency to the crisis, and requesting him to take ?uoh steps . for carrying on ? the business of the , country as his Ministers might advise. Thus invoked, his Excellency appeared on the scene* He transmitted messages to both Houses, informing the Assembly, on the one hand, that h...

Publication Title: Australian News For Home Readers, The
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THE VICTORIAN DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

TEE 'VICTORIAN DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTION. The third annual meeting of the Victorian Dem and Dumb Institution was hold on tlio 31st ult., in St. Geoi'ge'B Hall. Thero was n. largo attendance, tho spacious apartment being moderately well filled. The children of tho institution,; to the number of about forty, wore seated on the platform, tho boys to the right and tho girls to tho loft of tho chair. At half-past seven o'clook, tho hour named for the commencement of tho pro ceedings his Excellency Sir C. Darling, abcompanio oy Laoy and Miss Darling, and attended by Captain Tyler, R.A., A.D.C., entered tho apartment. They wero received at tho thrcihold of the room by his Lordship the Bishop of Melbourne, and Severn 1 oflico boareia, clerical and lay, of the institution. His Excel lency, immediately on ascending the plutform, took tho chair, tho bishop occupying a seat on his Ex cellency's right hand. Tho proceedings wero then initiated by the bishop, at the request of his Ex c'ellonoy, of...

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THE ANNUAL HORSE SHOW IN BOURKE STREET WEST VICTORIAN HORSE STOCK—SEE PAGE 15. VICTORIAN HORSES STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

THE ANNUAL HORSE SHOW IN.BOURKE STREET WEST. VIC-TORIANHORSE STOC K— see p^ob 15. ?? ? CAMBMD(}E.CHIEF^AMERI^ ?? ? CAMBMD(}E.CHIEF^AMERI^ -M^qVIB^OOhO^^-Ti^yB^uaHT-n^^^. -;;;-.: .^ r : BEN LOMOND^IMPORTED DRAUGHT HORSE. -M^qVIB^OOhO^^-Ti^yB^uaHT-n^^^. -;;;-.: .^ r : BEN LOMOND^IMPORTED DRAUGHT HORSE. VICTORIAN HORSE STOCK. Athoa was exhibited at the recent September show of horse stock held annually in Bourke-street west, and took the 'first prize in tho class of imported thoroughbred stallions, for which a gold medal of the value of .20 guineas was offered by Mr Georgo Watson, one of tho most enthu siastic admirers and cultivators of high bred horse stock in tho Australian. . colonies. The pedigreo of Athoa is : By Tho Prime Minister out of Poasant Girl ; The Pjjimo Minister, by Mel bourne, out of Pantonolado, by Pantaloon ; her dam, Festival, by Camel out of Michaelmas, by Thun derbolt. Peasant Girl, by Major, Bon of Sheet Anchor ; her dam, Glance, by Waxy Popo out of Globe, by Qu...

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THE CLIMATE AT ADAM'S BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

THE CLIMATE AT ADAM'S BAY. 1 Mr Ellery, Government Astronomer, has for warded us the following results of meteorological observations made ,at Palmerston (Adam's Bay) during -the months of January, February, and March, 1865, as 'Compared with Melbourne, 91 feet ab6vo sea level-: — . . ? ~ , , , « Lat. 12°-8' 42' S. Long. Sh. 45m. 34s.,E. Height abovo ? the sop,, 37 feet. ? .i , ^3tel|jlQH^ f-fe-WSfcJ^ -1-3 ' W fc* Ifi *'* Hi © C3 ( H B ^ S ^ Oi * r? O B p rt-P-S*' rj pj rj-.H'S o* ' *t3 52 ?jyligB-S fill. . ? &. ? O (P i ? ? ? f« 15 CD G- ra CD CS K K* S3 CD K K P3 O a.W g! BPB pplg* ? pig' r P ^ - ? ? :J ? . 33 M' ? - tots 10 jj'coco to jo oopp ch ' ToMgo^ijluoio; ::.:.,: ^ toco «n co g ? ?—! ? . ? -—11 ? jp. r* »-» to to ba u-i ^ «j to ro -a en 00 oeosoc© J=9 It) ?«^Ji0«!:5OJ?.1|k-4S«,-D0,o%.»K'wt'S S I ^k. .g - B -P. - - - - -r -_ =-g ^ 2 «J5-' & ' & ' & ' F1. ' gi 33 -.-?. ( ?? ?????.'.. , bs to to' '? ' ' tO tO tO . O O O O ' O'O ' ' O CO o cp C-...

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THE POLITICAL CRISIS. MESSAGES FROM HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

THE POLITICAL CRISIS. - MESSAGES FROM HIS EXCELLENCY} THE ;.'V'v? :}'}:}\'';i: ? GOyERNOE^ :: '-'' — ;. :? '?'? ? The following messages; from his Exoollenoy the Governor were laid before both Honses of Parlia-. merit on^thb;29tb 1 ultimo:— . .;', ; .-?'; ';:'' ???'i '. . } , ' . '-'?-:??' - ( '' C; H.' Darling, Governor.' . . r ';. ; } - '« ThoGoyernor acknowledges the. address of the 'Legislative Assembly representing that the Bill of Supply and Apprbpriation;passed;by the. Assembly Shaving; been laid ^side- by; the ; Legislative Counoil ;; without message or communication to the .Assembly, ? the: salaries of ; the oivil servants for thef mprith of July have not yet. been paid; and; other^obligations are rindischorgea, arid; praying ' the ^iffp(v'ernpr,'. to cause, such measares-to be.;,adopted;a'3'J:shail,'viii-,the opinibn;of ^^his :ro8pqnsible: advisers, be^expedient or; neceBBory-for' satisfying the liabilities afdresaidi arid for maintaining- the efficiency of; ^he* public, s...

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CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE BANKS RELATIVE TO THE RESUMPTION OF PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

CdBEESPONDENCE WITH THE BANKS RELATIVE ' TO THE 'RESUMPTION OF /.PAYMENTS. .???:?? = . ?/.- .:-?-.:;/-,; ;- ,.: ; The following correspondence was laid en the table of the Legislative Assembly on the 7th inst .:— [Circular to Contracting Banks.] Treasury, Melbourne, 29th August, 1864.— Sir,— I do myself the honor to inform -you that the Govorn ' ment is desirous that the payment of salaries; wages '.' and contingencies for the public service may be re sumed; You will have observed that the Legislative Assembly, by an absolute majority of the House, has . adopted an address to his Excellency the Governor , expressing the same wish, and praying his Excellency! to take such measures as, in the opinion of his ad visers, may be necessary to that end. Pending the passage of the Supply and Appropriation Bill, pay ments1 cannot belegally made from the public account. The Government, therefore, does not intend that any, use shall be made of that fund ; but in consideration of the urgent need...

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THE COUNCIL'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

THE COUNCIL'S REPLY. The following address was; ' on- the' 30th ulfc., adopted: by the Legislative ' Gounoil,: in' repljrjto' the, messagisrooeived: on- the previous day froni:hi£fSx' cellericy^ the Governor, in reference to 'the existing crisis':-— , : ?.'.'.'.,-?''}. '.'? '?.'?'?; ?'; !?'.?.' :';. ;;;.;'.;?? ;V/'^; To his' Excollenoy Sir Charles H. Darling, Knight Commander of the . most, honorable Order . of the ? Bath, .Governor, and Commander-in- Chief of the; colony;; of ? Victoria-,. -bo., &p., &oi 'May it please your'J3xcellency7— :We, her Majesty's* most dutifal'. arid loyai.sribjects,' the; members of the LegiBlatn e' Counoilpf Victoria, in Parliament assemblecl; beg. to approach yourEx'oellency with expreasionsof sincere respect and confidence. Th'e-messago. which' your' Exceilency has;- been pleased; to transmit to 'uo; has received bur most oareful consideration'. ; ;. ^o.thank} your; Excellency; for your annbuncenient Z thatyiou ; will }not« sanotion 't...

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IMPORTANT SUCCESSES OF MORGAN. SEVENTEEN PAS CAPTURED. 290 NATIVES KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

IMPORTANT SUCCESSES OF MORGAN. SEVENTEEN PAS CAPTURED. 290 NATIVES ICILi/eD. The following important intelligence is pub lished by the N. Z. Herald of the 31st August : — By the arrival of the ketch Sea Sholl, from Poverty Bay, and sohooner Zillah from the East Coast*, we have the following most important information :— Tho Sea Sholl loft Poverty Bay on tho 11th inst., and, up to that time, most of the. natives resident there had all turned Pfli Marire, and those remaining wero in a very unsettled state. The settlers living thoro.were anxiously awaiting ? the arrival ', of tho Tawera, sohooner, to remove their families to Auckland. Mr S. Williams was going to send tho missionary school to the Kawau, where suitable buildings have lately been erected for their accommodation. Mr Harris's and Mr Bloornfiold's families are also coming up by 'the Tawcra. The stoamship St. Kilda was at anchor at *Waiapu. She had boon coming along tho coast as far as Hick's Bay landing arms and ammunition f...

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ETHERIDGE, THE BANK DEFAULTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

;. ETHEBIDGE, THE BANK DEFAULTER. A. F.;l?,:Etheriage,'late';acconntant at 'the Bonk . of : New Soath : Wales, .1 Geelong, 'was , placed upon' his- trial 'at the ^General Sessions,: in' that town, ;6n' -.* Thursday, the ; 31st August^ 'before his Honor Judge Brewer, for embezzling money, the -property of ? th^- : bank.. 'Tho - embezzlements: were ; made duruig; the\ years '186^; ' and' C1864;: and amounted in the whole to £6pO.;rThei prisoner, pleaded guilty, and was. sentenaed to two years' im-; prisonment in Geelong gaol. ;He appeared ' to feel deeply his disgraceful position,, and; put in * the following writtfin statement, in .which he- pleaded remorse for his crime, and: the: sufferings ho had already undergone since his flight :— - '/.:,' ' H. M. Gaol, Geelong;} 31st August;^ 1865. His Honor Charles BaddingtonBrewer, presiding judge, General Sessions, Geelongif: May *it please yonr Honor,— I feel deeply the; disgraceful position in -which I am now . placed, tlirougb; my own ac...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

SHne WiME0jAmy:- - ? '; ? ' In its, sumiiiary'for' England, : the New -Zealand JBerakinOi the; 31st ult., ;WriteB as follows :^— '??'?.. t,;The work of .murder by the natives ceased, not with' the slaughter of. Hr;y oilmen and again of Jtfr l?ul'oon andthq crew of the vessoliB which; he. was., ;. Ensign 'Waring,; of . the 50th regiment,' has boon* shoti' while pat duck shooting, in conipany with; two.soldiers, on &o Patea ;'6ne jOf the soldiers: Vas' hit, but 'escaped from' the; Stabries, who fired ; iippii:theiu',frbm^he wooded -banks of 'the' river. *'Tiib- men.' paddled the; canoe with the f body; of \Ensign Waring -in it,v to the i opposite sido of the stream,' the^'Maories;- meantime firing, ion itUom;:; the ; men ' escaped to . the icamp, leaving ; tha ,hody: of a their ^officer in the ;cdrioe, and tho , . Maories ; ,' afterwards -took ; it ? away. - The deceased- wasi a'young ;inan of ^apparently -about tjwenty-f our. years of age. v .But; though . the 'Governor gnd t...

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WELCOME TO THE REV. MR. HENDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

'WELCOME; TO THE RE% MR. HENDERSON: ? ? On; the? 6thinstant, at St. George's Hall, the Rev. A. MvHenderson received a very hearty demonstra tion, of welcome from the^ adherento of Congrega tionalism in Melbourne. ; The rev. gentleman, as was intimated on announcing his arrival a few days ago with his family, by the Kosciusko, has come to the colony for- the purpose' of taking the pastoral ?'? oversight, of the- Congregational' church, at Rich mond, arid' also the presidency of the Congrega tional College; The hall was quite fall on the oc casion, the numerous assemblage ; consisting of the . members of the several churches of the Congrega tional order in ther city and: !3ubnrbs,-and also of representatives of ; the . Baptist and other denomina-. tions. The chair was oocupiedi by the Bev: B. Lewis, the president of the Victorian.- Congrega tional- -Union. On' his: left sat the guest of the . evening, surrounded' by the- Revs; Messrs Mirains1,. Melden, Moss, M'Mbbael, Fletcher, andsev...

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LEICHHARDT'S LAST HOME CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

LBICHHARDT'S LAST ^HOME ^ QOBEES-ri, ' | 'TKAXSXiATED FEOli: THS ADBLAtDE TASUNDA UBnSSOli^ : K- The origin al p| tliis letter is , in the han^' of tl^r.^ Rw; ' Scnomburglc, 'in, Buqksfelde, riear. Grawiertotfp, .;. ?and contains the following.:-^ , .' ',-. , ;' .-, '^:.w, .;^., ... ' Sydney, 18th April; 18dO.— My dear Brotlierr . in-law,: — Sir Eyan-Maokenpie (Baronet) retnrnB :to England, and intends tOftrsTel -to Germany, a :few .weeks after his arrival to- show; his young; wife' the beautiesof : our fathorland.. . I take this opportunity, to send you thesp lines, which contain,. a .^continua- tion of my journal. ^Inf myilast letter,.:which it ..^ wrote on board of: the Heroino, anil:whiob..I; ad-: , dressed to William ir or .rather r: John Nickolspn^X gave you'i some news of the-eoni'se of pvontsVofi my journoy 'from -Moreton Bay to Port vBst sington.'; . -I arrived, in Sydney : at: ithe-.begiunirjg, of April, and a . kiDg could. Hover Jiavojxibeen-i reoeived ;by i.a .whole ? na...

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

^.WEIiLIKfG-TON.' -V / : . [yaon the sPEorii cobrespondent ? op : i'hb ne£son '-. ?'-', ?.'»'?:;%'?':' ''.' ?-??-'' . :'':'EXjUUINBR.1.'; ??'-'?' ;! : :; ''????? \'-'- '; - T; Wellington, August 28.— The Ndw Province's Bill; introduced, by Mr Maboridrew, of Otago, and which ; contains but tho two. following clauses, will, there can - be little, doubt,; be carried on Wednesday nox1;:—' Be it enacted by the :General/ Assembly of , NeWi Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the , same as follows ':— 1. The sho'rt.title of this act shall be ' The New Provinces .Act, 1865.'' 2. Prom arid after the passing of this act; no new province shall be created or 'established .within- the colony 'of New' Zealand^ unless' by special act of 'the'.' Legislature, dnythirig .contained in ' The New 'Provinces Act, 1858,' to the contrary hereof notwithstanding.' Amendments will be proposed to the effect that, on petition to the Legis lature, arid good cause shown, it shall be competent...

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THE ANNUAL HORSE SHOW IN BOURKE-STREET WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian News for Home Readers — 25 September 1865

THE 'ANNUAL HORSE: SHOW IN BQURKE ?;? - 'v ;: ' ' STREET WEST. : ; .: ; ,; : '-. Through the enter prise, of Mr Matthew M'Gaw, of the Royal Horse Bazaar, Bourke-street west, the first Tuesday in September has been regularly devoted for many years to the purpose of showing and sell ins entire horses.1 Until the present oocasion, the blood and draught stock were paraded together, but Mr George Watson having lately converted Kirk's Bazaar into an emporium for the sale of thorongti brsds, the greater number of these formed a string of themselves, which, issuing from the back of the bazaar, passed up Little Bonrke-street into .Queen street, and thence down Bourke-Btreet to the front entrance. The draught entires tool: a similar round through M' Caw's bazaar, up Bonrlce-street, thence by Queen-street and Little Collins-street, thus re gaining the bazaar at the rear. The object in estab Eshing these shows was not to award prizes to' tho best horses, but to afford to the owners of brood mar...

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