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THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE SPORTSMAN'S PAGE, ANSWERS TO CORRESPON DENTS., "T. V."—Serenl of Fiahennan'i young hong* hare been winners | aeanot ley how many, or liow much.1 " Bdcbmuiub."—Ingleside is not, strictly speaking, ft thoroughbred bone. His are was King Alfred, an imported thoroughbred, and liis dam was a very well bred mare.' " Domino."—If you mate a bet on a rata, os tie coune, yeu are entitled to a start for your money j if a bone goes up to start, takes bis place with the other homes, and on the flag being dropped does not get off, that is a start eceordiug to racing law.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

OTEUARY NOTES. Site death of Miss Caroline Sinclair, the ^sdMmown authoress, i» aunomiccd. B» "Rorm of Tiberias," a Welsh oratorio. by the Bev. E. Stephens, baa been performed The Dope's censor has added a large number of near works to the list of the expurgated. Among them we notice The Life a%d Worlt ofSesedeaborg. Jean Bcboul, the baker-poet of Xlamea, died in that city on the.30tl> of May, in the sixtj eighth year of his age. The eon of a wort% blacksmith, lie rooeired but a scanty educa tion, and, asa means of subsistence, followed the calling of a baker when be came to man's estate, tolling bread in the morning and writing rerses in the afternoon, fib went to" Paris to publish a volume of his poems, one of which, " L'Anga tt l'Eofant," has lost biit little of its pejmUity, and on Us return r»- .1 ceired an ovation {worn tlie good people of hjs nnti.e city. M. Teimsrtine made him the subject of one of-lria poems, " la Genie dans I'Obeeuriti." In 1818 the " poote-onrrier" ■ w...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HONEY HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE HONEY HARVEST. The following letter appears in the Titan •'Sir,—I hsve ten stock-biros. I never de stroy or hill my been. I look on the system . of the eulpliur match ea barbarous and un profitable. ,1 leave each family, on an average, not leet than twenty-five pounds of honey lor their winter (tores, and the surplus only I take away. Should any hire (warm, whim I can generally prevent, and the remaining (took be therefore deficient in provision for the winter, I feed than in the course of the early epring with bariey-sugar. This and other little at tern ions endear the bee-master to his bees, as they are very susceptible of gratitude, and have long memories. A hive is vciy like a cnurcn—wnen in Bitty it increases repiuiy in numben end the temperature rises inside you either increase their accommodation in area or in height, or you will hare a secession. Should a secession take place, bees est an example ecclesiastics might copy. The new church norer falls out with the old one. ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ART AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

staves like aoaak. TbejUutrument it p^pited at« giren angle towards th* heavens, and JjgMtn In the bottok of the hugsdyiindor, or -cask, if you plioose to dell it such, isths spatm htm -ouiileotor, iho largest that haiOvdrbcisii : . .. » " ' V ThejefailJIff nf trlilnli. nnrlrr' ■%r ;ortmrlof-rtic atpuotut* oomparstivoly "ueaf.wtpoHioW'bf the old ship]" iii the JaoobmWkrs stood a «aM9»Mi .brief siege, still remain, and bear upon them? .The traces of -cannon ball).,.' The present noUctnau liu surrounded -the ' building with b -rainpait and fosse, to that.id a -tndien emergency it might be iuipqA ((^atisHgioal eocount. Fortification ia bnf' of tbAcmar ibrhnUica of knowledge to .which be baa turned Jus thought^ but-when you get within the Jinc ofdefenpe, what a con trast tbhaHbial or inilitary forec the objopts tliat meet your eye afford! Tlie genius of WstMriuniphs over the imitations of Vauban. VThtfre' cannon might hare bristled Article stcatn-eiiginc worked ; great lathca turned und...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR FORAGE PLANTS. (FROM THE MARK-LANE EXPRESS, AUG. 15.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

0U11 FORAGE PLANTS I (fhom nz vm*ii5E imiM, And. 15.) Hie forage pirate eonaimird by cattle in fiftrent oountriea eanbiaee a largo portion of the vegetable Iriagdoth. The gnmei alone conatitute a bgge umSj. Of thu farai|j cralj a lew, eoicperntiTeJy epoeldng, we grown in ifcii country. A large troinber.tbc habitats of • warmer eJimatte, oetmotbe grown; others may he grown, hut not with profit. Then are, blintw, a net nriefyof pawe Out oould be added to Mr forage plants JorcaUbywhile other blentr ajidjiew Tarietiee of gnat* ootdd dOTibtfcM1 bi Tonned, by hybrid king or otber wiee, jxyseeaing still hjgW feeding Talaw. There is.perhape, nodiriakmof therege table kioedom equally jpijoct to improramtiot ai the phnte'in niirifftei consumed by cattle., Tbe sulject, al the jWraent 'tiine, claims the practical -cooaidentio^of ®rely! farmer, for mom reaioui tbaa one | for 4fca im pro red method of Luebandi74>tiwbeing .adopted in < cither rcqiecU calla fb^jtwtwponrting adranoea i...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENTERTAINMENTS. THE ROYAL [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

ENTERTAINMENTS. THE ROYAL "Sip Van Winkle" was produced at the Theatre Boyalon Saturday erenlof, with Mr. Jefferson In the part in which, nearly three years ego, he first made the acquaintance of the Victorian public at the same time that he played Maxeppa in the extravaganst of that name. And, looking back now upon his ronnd of performances, we most pronounce that he sought our favours In hi* highest comedy and his best burlesque character. While confessing to a weakness for that natural and uriexaggerated portrait, " Oar American Cousin," we must yet rank Bip Van Winkle at his mostartUtlc effort, to in this he proves more how humour and pathos go hand in hand together. In the easier scenes, his representation of the bibulous, hen pecked Dutchman secure# attention by its ori ginality, evinced without vulgarity. In the latter few will forget his tone of anbdned ten derness when learning of the death of his wife, termagant though she was, or of noorafsl lonshw when diacpvertagthrthal...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO OBTAIN NEAT'S-FOOT OIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

HOW TO OBTAIN NEAT'S-FOOT OIL. A writer in the Country Gffttltman thus describe* the process of making this oil:— " Hie process of (Staining this kind of oil is sen simple, and many tanners often throw away enough feet annually to furnish oil sufficient to keep all their harness, show, and leather machine belts in the best condition. By breaking o bone of the leg of a fist bullock or coir, it will be found full of an oily substance, which often appears as rich and edible as a roll of excellent butter. This is neat's-foot oil, and it is sooistimes surprising to see how much a single foot and leg will yield when it is properly treatod. In order to extract the oil wash the hoots dean—then break up the shin bones, the finer the better, and cut the hoofs and bones of the feet into small pieces. Then put them in a kettle of any kind, and pour in water enough to oover the bones. The kettle should never be tilled so full that the water will boil over the top of it. The finer the bones are b...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HAYMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE H4JMARKET. " lea ftana ds Pnffc," a French, drama df the modem, ■mmlkm'ncbool, hu been a fruitful apbject for EngUah playwright* and ■ novdieta. htnnngal ottos. It ha* been takah In band by that akilfai adapter, lir. Dfoh Booelcenlt, whose latest varaion, ante the nam* of " The Street* of London," wan ac cording to the last adricea, enjoying a great ■cooes at the London Prlnoeeak. OaSatni day evening the pleqa wa* produced at the Haymaiknt Theatre. It it a fire act dtam^, or, father, a lengthy doawtic roaanoalatbfc form of n dialogue. Iia ptuectiatoUlaatrgfe the atrnggks and anfferiiigi Of thai London , poor, by pooitraylng the adrentnrw of h widow, Kn. Falrweatber, and bar children,' aon and daughter, whom father a fpmdaiaw; hanker, named Obtwiey, lobbed in hb bSt moments of a anm of £10,000. They deaceni fromhad to WOiaft atl* with 4/roe» argfta and flower-girla, nntil,'having been driven to actoal beggary and to atUmpt aoicide, a ri Mfi4r plif fi deposit reoelpt In (heir huda...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SUPPLY OF WATER IN THE BASIN OF THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE SUPPLY OF WATER IN* THE BASIN OF THE MURRAY. Tlie country drained tyr the Murray and ite tributaries U (raw the principal tract of Aria* tralia occupied by Eanpeant. A tmirair. •trip'of country bordering on the oootb arid east coast, end .eitebdmg fhom the mouth Of the Glenelg fp Moretoh Byy, js drained by! numerous una]] ntmame .qaing nt risty to eighty milee inland, and Bowing nearly dneet tofbeeea; tbu4racti»aboutl^KKtaifch>Mb and ocventy^Te brood, and contain* IpO.W) oquere mDae. AO the eomitry to tfcoijtotb raid and weotoard or Bie tourcei of Bieae men drain* into the Murray, on extent <of About nine hundred milw bythree, hundred and fifty, or 800,000 equate mflco, including onJyn email (net beyond the Doriing. Bheep < eetobliilimenta are now eeattered nil ererihkr tract, though it ii not ly -aiy-laweni'^bjly ' Occupied. iA gnat propoitipnjBf tib/rait, extent hm feedfor obeep on 4t)0hfi #e IB#.'-, obstacle ioitefull occupation, nbtj rheep fcrminfc'b...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POLYTECHNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE the interUlWent in which Mr. and Jin, 1Mb ecfWe# their Enj^ew^"-**4**"* It therrfhnjBtm& eetibJIeWH u&ni thet#formeiM, tW" l» «' ortU enjoying eiois end .if,*.:

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STEAM CULTIVATION ON HEAVY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

STEAM CULTIVATION" OX HEAVY LAXD. (BY \VM. S13III0KDS, IK THE MABK-IAKE EXPBESS.) One great advantage to be derived from tlie use of the steam cultivator to the farmer ou day soils, is the power and facility it gives liirn to set ont a certain amount of work to be done in a given time. Many circumstances may arise which may render it desirable on his part so to modify or alter his customary rota tion of cropping (not for the pernicious and disreputable practice of cross cropping, my meaning is very far removed from I list), but for the purpose of renovating and improving his land by devoting a larger acreage to the growth of grass and roots for cattle feeding, and thereby enabling him to grow a larger amount of corn upon a reduced number of acres. To attempt this, however, with his ordinary working staff of horses, A:c., would at any time be a doubtful proceeding. lie knows perfectly well that he keeps no more ntle than just sufficient, or hardly that, to get his seasous completed i...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITERATURE. Enoch [?] BY ALFRED TENNTRON, D.O.L. [?] London: Edward Moxou and Co., 1861. [SECOND NOTICE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

CITEflATURE. Enoch &itM Tnsnrsiw, IXOiyfew^Beiireete. London: Edward i, jjo»flu ^i>d Oo., l§6ti c" . In a lectuinouTeunysdti,delivered recently K ,«t the Tpwiidlall, Prtfcnto,wc were told lhat fu^ of pdetiy. It is a milt-»kp; to sujWe/jtbiit ahryriB ^cfc more material.we i' ^kssSpiral, ajid i^ is altogether wrong;to, 110 leeturprdu effect ,; Nrere Uicre -.fo l^yi-truo, pa»to,rsb..wkfo a -taiijeMTJiili^otS for them to wortfiijxmjpr.SO V' Jalgc a^^p^r^wiiTe aa kudiallM-H^lB^i to thibCT ,2fci^wSffjtliiti8BaeSior deny thaio prepositions : jiut it will be admitted, that if. ' 'the^d^ra - of, "tl^s (gen^riiftd'aro ao truly x apWMn^'t fePpdctrgj th» btitica nf fhxBgeni riftiGri should he appreciative also. Tlieeriti-" 1 —m «f ■ period —Hutu rinra'werymBrti-aape. rior t^Jhe rstlti(^e^ public opinion of that period, and it seldom sinks much below it; so that we majr fairly take the opinions expressed by the reviewer as a tolerably correct index to what is passing through tlio mind...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

Shipping. j ; I ~P LACK WALL LINE of j 3BD PACKETS. For LONDON Dinst, lb Mil with strict panrtmllty, j ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER M. 1 Jin fcrourite Clipper chip DOVES O A I T L t MM ton, AIM Lloyd'a, | JOHN M. ATLK8, Commander. (Belonging lo Nan Gna, of DlechnaU. Hit Dorer CnUa like other well-known toewh at I tlw Kmc U», it a ewtin jnneatihip, and hu aavmidiebed <mnl rory euocewful |»«hm She ii rtill under the command of Captain Aylm. Pumite-nto>»r, A'® end npwarda For pUfi* of eablsa, cud eeoosd and third «laa iieUnywaM, apply to W. P. WHITE turd Co., went*, 10 Elirabeth-street ! south, Melbourne. . I No eub-sgente ornmnert ere aothorised AO reccire paenge uiouey or inue tickets. Pamtetpara' tickets arc not traflifbiable. &C. HUGH STEWART, last heud oi At Dettbborough,—Amieorsend your *ddm to your fotlurr, Nile Creek, Buns Bon*. __ John a* gordon,—write to Knocktndo. Important 97th October, 1804 miiOMAS COWARD, formerly of X Lanauh Ire,—your nephm_*WMB to bearfro...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COME, JAMIE, LETS UNDO THE SHOON. (FROM EDWIX WATGH'S LANGASHIRE SONGS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

COKE, JAMIE, LET'S UNDO Till 6HOOX. (f&om asdiro wai'iin'* unoashir* sont;*) Cook, Jamie, Jet'# undo thi alwvui. An* don auimuat <1(7 o' thy feet; Vi'V toUin' i'Ui aheaw'r «j> an" dewwn, Aw*m ftcyed at thi «uvkiu'r> atv Wrti; ■An' hero, w»* my tujir mis i*tb vi&eat, Aw tiiabarkaiiii'to tti' jwtti«riii' rasa, An' laugiug fm th' waji-ieiui' bird Tu tvwe to hi# rou*l back agaiii. To-day, M wiies it pelted at tli' height, 44 Aw'itatft: it bo Idugvr," #\hl I; As rmyjey, it didn't look reel To kuawer under rower *» dry : So tbungb it were luiuiu' like mad, Aw thought—for my heart ga* a iwjJI "Comedmwn as to will, but you Ui bliall not hate it u' liUwi' 80, whippta* tat bucket i' th' rain. Aw ga'tli* bti# o* windows a swill: An' UwHigh aw geet drenched to my #kin, Aw "re better ttuiuuit a i' tuy.vJ'; lint, tkeaw stone Uie-iv wailm' o' tb* floor; Lake a* fmn-floawer drijipiu' wi' w«t; Bh, Jamie, theaw kn mm't, aw'ni #urr, Ueaw this aw'ui to t*e tlio' to-nee ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POETRY. A SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

it? ST I i A SONS." /! / . / *' (rr'Kftuo.tVJ ! s V Urban ill thi r ]—"" i*'*i — Aud all the lives are grwn ; . 4n4 * ** WW W*. Aliaeteijr U%a.i ijiui'ii; Then hqy for boot atifi horw, lal, AitTintmd tlic world Away; Young blood must 1»**»' iu txiur^ lad, Afcdeegfrydqghisdar. " When aJI *lw world i» old, lad. And all tlie trees are lm>n n ; And all the s|»on i« isial^ lad, And all-the whecU ruu down tlroej) him*u» aud tale v»mi jilao? Ilier# The spent iuid inaiin*\ tuu >»g; Cod gcautT-ou fiii'l urn? face x^i-tv You loVfei whett allna* young."

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALLEGED CONSPIRACY IN AUSTRIAN ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

ALLEGED CONSPIRACY IN AUSTRIAN ITALY. At!the clow of last month, reports reached us of numerous arrests both in Veneris and the Southern TjroL The pretext for these arbitral; measures was the alleged discovery of a plot having extensive ramifications. If the Ind/ptniana Btlge may be credited, the party of action had, a few months ago, planned a general rising in" arms. Every thing was prepared for tne expected signal. The first blows were to be struck in the Austrian possessions. The plan was post pom d or abandoned during Garibaldi's stay at Itchia; but the plans and the depots of arms existed, and the Austrian police, by some means pot on their track, proceeded to arrest the persons most compromised. The appetite growing with what it fed upon, they after wards made a complete razzia, not only among the adherents of the party of action, but even in the ranks of the moderate party, which, while desiring the reunion of the conn try to Italy, yet decline to reeort to con spiracies for...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXTRACTS. PROBABLE RUPTURE BETWEEN AUSTRIA AND PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

EXTRACTS. (FEOX TBI COBBESPOXDBXCE OF THE AZGUB.) PROBABLE RUPTURE BETWEEN AUS TR1A AND PRUSSIA. It is scud-officially announced that Prussia declines to forego tlie privileges of her position under tbe compact, being both unwilling and unable to surrender that liberal commer cial policy which stands in the way of her protictionist rival, but has proved very bene ficial to the interests of Northern Germany. Prussia is bound hard and fa*t by her recent commercial treaty with Frenoe, so that she cannot, if she would, consent to the restric tive modifications solicited by Anstria. Under these circumstances, when the latter power discovers that the quid pro quo for her rervile complicity in wrong-doing is not forthcoming, a violent rupture will not improbably take place. And when these thieves fall out, bonest states may possibly come by their rights. As if in anticipation of such antagonism and hostility, both these powers are said to be courting Prance to tbe disadvantage of each othe...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REUTER'S TELEGRAMS. PARIS, SEPT. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

BEOTER'S TELEGRAMS. PARIS. Sept. 26. Laurence announces that M. Vaiiry will be Dominated President of the Council of State, in the room of M. Bouland, who has re signed. The vice-presidents of the Council of State are to leocive n-w powers. Several letters assert that the Empress of Bussla will pass the winter at Mice. Queen Christina has left for Spain. TUBIN, SKPr. 2G, a.h. The city is perfectly quiet. General Delia Marmora and Signor Linzi Pettelli, and Signor Sella, have entered upon their Minis tries.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHANGHAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

Exchange.—London. fix months, 7 to 74. Freights firmer. To Liverpool—Cotton, £$ 10s. to £3 16s.; London, £315s. to £4. HONO KONG. Sept. 26. Freights.—Tea—Whampoa to Loudon, £3; Hong Kong to Liverpool, £3, Exchange.— Six months, 4a. 10$<i. MANILLA, Sept. 10. Freights weaker. Sugar—wet, £2 6s.i dry, £3 10s.; hemp, £4 10s. to Liverpool. Ex change on Londoo, six months1, 4s. 61. to 4s. 7d. per Spanish dollar. SINGAPORE, Oct. 5. Freights to Liverpool, £3 deadweight, CEYLON, Oct. a Exchange on London, six munthB'. buyers five per cent.; sellers, six per cent. Freights to London, £3 10s.; coffee, in casks, £4 6s.; hags, £110s.; broken stowage, 15s.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

Comphte success ha6 attended the naval expedition of the allies to the Straits ol Simmosocka. The action commenced on the 6ih September, and lasted three days, ter initiating io the submission of Prince Cnoshuc, who saw bis men driven from their guue and his forts desiioytd. Tho allied squadrons suffered little.

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