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BROKEN HILL—PAST AND PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

BROKEN HILL— PAST AND PRESENT. Extraordinarily progressive strides havo boon made both at Broken Hill and tbe groat wealthy silver mines on which a population of something like 25,000 lias to depend. In the town itself many extensive, beautiful and substantial build ings have boon ereotcd, a magnificent town hall suitable for the requirements of tho place for years to coma has been provided, new streets) havo been made, moro commodious Government premises have boon supplied, and municipal, sanitary and polioo arrangements have been improved. Thoro aro few placets so young and yot with huoU a record as this lioh bit of New South Wales. It seems but yesterday when BroKen Hill lay undiscovered. Millions of ounoes of silvor and thousands of tons of load and other minerals havo boon taken, from a claim which up to tho end of 1883 was untrodden by tho foot of man. In thoso days there were but few mon engaged on tho field, for inadistriot whore water was soaroor than gold, and work had to ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

fjfl *n *|j ^a ' m GRATEFUL— COMFORTING COCOA. Seven Prize Medals Awarded. ITHfllfjisTTONIcl most effective in res- vKj *m*k ?»«* ?««? ?-? toring the vitality of JUn VVU DDAV ATG '»-* blood, and eaa- iff ILK DttAViUD -»rgsKiraM?l ^^ Iluences. km fflin DD A Tf A TO Invaluable in all cases Bill rljlt DnAVAIn of nnoemia, influenza 1\\ * 1111 Ullfl f aiU and generii debilily. j| fifin nn ? if ? iff Highly recommen- Kit FrR KkAVATn d°a ior weak and (((( 1 Utt. Jiilil I alU debilitated children. |\V Lancet 'A beautiful and Interesting preparation.' ffllj BritlBh Medical Journal. — ??It has all the Illll good effects of Iran without producing constipation U\u or dlsturb'ni the digestion, and It does not Inn blacken the teeth.' fjjg BOLD SY ALL CHEMISTS WITH DROP ME/ISUHE. Ijljj Dr Laville's Liquor G& Pills (Perfectly harmless) f||ITu^'a \J %0 I FOR CURE OF & RHEUMATISM THE LIQUOR to be used in acute state fc THE PILLS in the Chronical state. Sold by all respectable Chemists...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

PETER MOLLER'S COD riXYSH OIL KMOWJf AND APPRECIATED THR0OGU0DT THE WHOLE WORLD. HIGHEST PRIZES AT NINETEEN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS. On Sale nt nil (jooil Chemists', or sent by rcturr post to any part of Great Britain for 2,'- from 43, SNOW H1LI,, LONDON, E.C. In Capsuled Hollies only. 1WHITE ROSEf! nf Tho most xcliucd of all Perfumes. A m Sweet us the Uo.suitsi'lf. Imitiitud tho if P j™ world over, but eriuiillcil by none. -J m ATKIflSON'S *| EAU DE COLOGNE L Jfl is now universally profcrii'il t-i tho, ' fSt German kinds. It is mure lra^rnint, ffl more lusting, aud very niiiuli more ru- /* .HI freshiujj. Use none but Atkk-so.n's. XfB Ol nil Deitlurs. W J. & E. ATKINSON, \ [a 24, Old Bond Street, London. .V 'jy| CAHiIi-? ILZmll ^.S'&X m'l'uMm'i'1' gM Wft^^. &?'! audrcjs in lull. j& ^. :pi n a b a v i^ n a si Electrotypes anil Engraved Blocks for Sale. Tlio attention of printers and others is direeted to the large and varied collection of Knpraved Bl...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT A Cabinet mooting was held on 6th Jan., when tho Ministerial portfolios wore rearranged as follow : — Premipr and Commissioner of Lands, Mr. Playford. Chief Secretary, Mr. 0. C. Kingston. Troapuror, Mr. W. B. Rounsevolle. Commissioner of Works, Mr. J. G. Jenkins. Miuistei of Agriculture and Education. Mr. W. Copley. Mr. R. Homborg remains Attorney-General, nnd the control of tho Northern Territory will for the present bo vosted in the Ministor of Agriculture and Education, but it is probable another arrangement will be made before long. Tho resignation of Sir John Bray, as Chief Secretary, was accepted by his collongues, and at the Exeoutive Council, which followed the Cabinet, lie was appointed Agent-General. Tho salary attaching to tho position ia £1500 a year. Mr. Kingston was sworn in as Ministor of the Crown. Tho Agri cultural College and Agricultural Bureau, which hitherto hava been under the control of tho Commissioner of Lands, will henoeforth bol...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

'WEST AUSTRALIA. The people of Perth and Fremantlo are unanimously in favor of constructing harbor works in tho river at a cost of £600,000. A largely attonded public mooting at Fro mantle lias uooiueu to support tho construction of harbor works at the mouth of the river. A sovoro thundorstorm 'swept over Cossack and Roobourne on Saturday 16th Jan., causing both towns to bo in total darkness for an hour Several verandahs were blown away. During the storm a bank of rod Hand rose 400 foot high and about 10 miles long, travelling at the rate of 40 miles an hour. The storm caused much alarm. Tho native tribes are giving settlers in the northern districts a great deal of trouble, con tinually raiding upon the flocks. The natives have drivou away thousands of cattle and sheep, while the lives of the settler.s are roported to be in almost daily peril. Some fine samples of gold bearing quartz wore discovered on a reef about 25 miles from York, in tho direction of Yilgarn. Another rich gold ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINCE GEORGE OP WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

PRINCE GEORGE OP WALES. We reproduce from the Pall Mall Gazette a portrait of Prince George of 'Wales who has just recovered from an attnok of enterio fever, hnpptly of a mild type. His Royal Highness wds observed to bo not quite in his usual health whan he and his brother, the late Duko of Olarence, arrived at Oulford Hall on the 3rd November, and the symptoms of fever bo far developed that the Prinoo of Wales deter mined to bring his son to London in order that he might have the advantage of the best possible medical ml vice. The Duke of Clarence and Princo George in. the course of October paid a sories of visits in Ireland, the ast of which was to Lord and Lady Carew at Caatleboro, Enm'soorthy, County Woxford. The parky there broke upon the 27th of Ootoher, and their Royal Highnesses proceeded to Dublin, from which oJfcy thoy roturnnd to IVInrlborough House on the 31st Ootolior. On the 3rd Novom bor, the two princes wont to Culford on a viMt to Earl and Countoss Cadogan, and on t...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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A SHOCKING MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

A SHOCKING MURDER. Tim township of Huntly, which is situated about 9 miles from Bsndigo, was thrown into a state of great excitement on 19th Jan., when it became known that a married woman named Cook, wife of an old resident of the place, had inflicted deadly injuries on her youngest son, George Cook, a lad about 7 years of age. The Cook family reside in a weatherboard tenement about 300 yards from the shire hall. Cook, who is an old man, and has for some years past been suffering from miners' complaint, with his wife and son, had breakfast together, and nothing notable then took place. After breakfast the lnd, who attends the looal State school, put on his school bag and bade his father good-bye. His mother followed him into the yard, closed the door after her, and picking up an axe dealt him a terrible blow on the back of the head. Tho boy was felled to the ground, and cried out, 'What did you do that for, mamma ?' The father, hearing the noise, rushed out just in time to seo his ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SHOCKING TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

A SHOCKING TRAGEDY. There was a tragic occurrence at Salisbury House, Nicholson-street, Carlton, on the 4th January, where Mr. T. P. Fallon, a well known figure in commercial life, committed suicide. The unfortunate man had returned from England some five weeks ago to find that his financial affairs were in an involved state. A large building in which ho was interested in Collins-street had turned out an unprofitable speculation, and he is also believed to have lost money in tram shares and other ventures. This series of misfortunes preyed upon his mind, and some few days ago he attempted to shoot him self in a building in Elizabeth-street. He was unsuccessful, but this time he placed a revolver to his temple and shattered his skull in a terrible manner. Boforo ho did this he had fired another bullet, but it soema that his hand was unsteady, and he missed. An unusually touching incident in the surroundings of the gloomy affair is that his wife returned to Aus tralia the same morning...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

#1111^ Tho Christinas entertainments at the various placet) of-publio amusements have boon fairly patronised during the festive season. These inoluded two pantomimes, one at the Theatre Royal and the other nt the Alexandra. In the way of spectacular display they were admirable, but' in most other respects they were beneath critical comment. At the Bijou, Messrs. Brough and Boucicault produced Much Ado About Nothing, suporbly mounted, tho scenery and general stago accessories having been executed under the direction of Mr. Spong, who has proved himself on many ocoasions an artisfof the first excellence. The noting of tho principals has not, however, been tho theme of universal admiration. Mrs. Brough, who took tho part of Beatrice, was stiff and angular, and in the more ossential qualities of Shakspoare's beautiful creation was entirely wanting. Mr. Titheradgo, although in most other characters an able all round actor, in Benedick wax a disappointment. Where he did not merely walk th...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUSTRALIANS' REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

THE AUSTRALIANS' REPL.Y. You littlo thouuht what wo should do : In 1892; Now p'rhaps revenged' you'd like to bo In 1893; But take care, or you may learn more In 189*. ' The first six lines of tho above recently appeared in an English paper, tho las-t six in reply are suggested by tho result of the late triatou between England and Australia.

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
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SUMMARY OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

SUMMARY OF NEWS. The skeleton of a huge mon, in a fair state of presentation, has heen found by a bushfeller in the Hawora district. Colonel Roberts, the commanding officer of the Now South Wales Permanent Artillery, has beon appointed Undor-Seoratary of Defence. Some idoa of tho rich now of tho soil of the Upper Waitotara Valley, Now Zealand, may be gathered from the fact that one settler has 650 sheep on 150 acres. During the year 1891 916 Chine.se from other colonies cleared at Sydney for China, and 752 from this colony. Eleven Chinese landed, of whom nine weie naturalised. The Rev. A. M'Laren. Anglicnn missionary, New Guinea, died on 27th Deo. on tho steamer Merrio England when on a voyage from Now Guinea to Cooktown. Ho was aufforing from fever. A miner named James O'Hea committed sui cide at Lane's Creek, Queensland, on 8th Janu ary, apparently by placing a plug of dynamite in ilia mouth. The upper portion of his body was blown to atoms. Tho Prioress of the Dominican Nuns died...

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AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

[1111111 The past month has been characterised by extreme ohanges of temperature ; very cold weather prevailed during the first two weeks with occasionally a day of extreme heat, the temperature culminating during the third week to upwards of 100 deg. in some of the northern parts of the colony, and readied 98 deg. at the Melbourne Observatory for several dayd. The weather has beon generally suitable for harvest ing, though rain fell in some of the northern districts early in the month, but it was partial and of short continuance ; winon then drought has prevailed throughout the colony. Tho soil has become exceedingly dry in most parts, so that vegetables and other garden produce are suffering severely ; grape vines and other fruits havo also received injury. Disastrous bush fires have occurred in various parts, causing much damage. The agricultural reporter, of The Leader having completed his annual tour through the grain fiolds of the colony, gives tho following summary as his est...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

REGISTERED TRADE MARK. J. & J. BALDWIN, C! ARK-BRIDGE MILLS, HALIFAX. To be Qbta''cd °n^aa'0 Wl'-°h°»Bome° WHOLE SALE WAREHOUSE. CHEAP TOYS, « FANCY GOODS, BEBLIN, SHETLAND, STATIONERY, FINGBfelNG ^VOOLS, HABERDASHERY, ELECTROPLATED 'WARE, CUTLERY. 'VST eLiSFORD, 209. 211 SWANSTON-STAKKT. and Nos. 1 and 8 LOODKNALMY. -».»i- v/— 1- ' ?? (????«'- H'ir-jnrk-». Syilnnv PinhinirriineR. Flillier Organ Company. METROPOLITAN GAS CO. TO ENCOURAGE THE GENERAIi USE OF Gas Cooking Stoves, Begs to draw the attention of Consumers to the COMFORT, EGONOMT AND CLEANLINESS That is the result of the use of GAS COOKING STOVES. THE SUPERIORITY OF THIS MEANS OF COOKING la daily proved by the demand and increase in the number of Stoves supplied and fixed by the Company. TERMS : xa Agreement for Bental to be SIGNED for 12 MONTHS. A Charge of 2s. per Month and ip wards is made. If Purchased at Expiration, of 12 Months, all Rent paid deducted trom Price oi Stove. For Cash, a Discount of 10 \-er Cent,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

jpL INDISPUTABLE || IL^VIDENCE I I SUPERIORITY III H«S * V t ^B || DR. REDWOOD. Ph.D., F.C.S., F.I.C., 1 1 1 ?^ 'My analytical and practical experience of | y I ?^ 'PEARS' SOAP now extends over a very | #? ?& 'lengthened period — nearly fifty years— |/H ?JSs ' during which time ^ w I 1^ 'I have never come across another | / 1 || 'TOILET SOAP which so closely l|| R| 'realises my ideal of perfection; | /I ?^ 'its purity is such that it may be used with | 7/ 1 l^x 'perfect confidence upon the tenderest and | {//, m ?|- 'most sensitive skin-EVEN THAT OF A | V/.% ?^ 'NEW BORN BABE. 1^1 Gold Medal, Health Exhibition, London. Highest Award, Adelaide, 1887, and EXTRACT FROM Melbourne, 1888. EXTRACT FROM PRIVATE LETTER. ? PRIVATE LETTER. ''rt'Ueally I ? .-,... 7?=*»Ba»»_^ 'If every consider _a'^_^tf_Sfl^^^^^M9^Bfe^^^-^^ - Mother that, hu- ^^flFW ^?V^^^^B^^^^ knew of its manly _*_£2^^^ ^ V ^ » ^__^^^s^W yt}w' '?° speaking, _*_2P^\^- \ ? HBV ^BF _T^^^. other would 'Benger's _«_2^K^ _g^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. About half the shareholders in the Commer cial Bank of South Australia have signed a petition asking the acting Chief Justice to order that the romaiuing assets of the bank should bn realised ana tho bank a arhurs finally wound up. A telegram from Morgan states that sandal wood twigs, dipped in strychnine, havo been used with good results for the destruction of rabbits. A number of twigs so treated were placed on the ground, and next day there were about 1500 dead rabbits. For the manufacture of Portland cement it in proposed to erect about £10,000 worth of machinery and plant near Brighton, capable of turning out about 50,000 casks annually at a price not exceeding the lowest figure yet paid for the importod article. It is rumored in political circles that the position of Government resident in the Northern territory, rendered vacant by the death of Mr. J. G. Knight, is to bo conferred upon Mr. John Nicholson, P.M. The salary attached to tho position is £1000 a yea...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

QUEENSLAND. A return is published showing that the effec tive strength of the defence force is 4575 ofHcors and' men. Mr. Parry Oakdon, the Under-Colonial Seoro tary, has boon gazottod Acting-Commissioner of Fohoo during the absence on leave of Mr. Seymour. Tho Governor has received a oablegram from .Lord Knutsford stating that the Imperial Government will oontlnue the grant of £5000 for the New Guinea steamer Morrie England until the 31st March, 1893, if the colonies will tin. 1 the balaiiae required fur tho steamer's maintenance. No. 3 boro struck artesian water near Winton, at a depth of 3300 foet. The flow will be at the ralo of 500,030 gallons per day. This is the deepu-tt well in Australia. The Queensland imports for last year reached a total of £4,941.000, against £4,826,000 the previous year. Tim exports totalled £7,350,000, against £6,604,000. These figures do not in clude live stock sent ovoilnud. An elfort is to be made to rovivo the sugar industry. A company has baen for...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. ? NEW SOUTH 'WALES. A warrant .his bairn issue.! for tho arroitof the inan.'vgrer.of.tiie Nowcvstlo C-imr.y 1J illilin.^ Society, who has disappeared. His dofaleitions ure said to-be very heavy. At the aim will rneoting of the New South Wales' Riflo Association the report and halnnco idiect showed the association to be in a healthy financial condition, there being £1500 to carry forward to the present year. The Countess of Jersey, accompanied by the Co u nt cms of Galloway and Captain Rupert Leigh, A.D.C., have left Sydney for New Zealand on an extended visit to that colony. The party will be the guests of Lord Onslow, and will visit nil the sights of interest. A special service was held in tho Jewish Synagogue, Sydney, Jan. 10, in aid of the perse cuted Jews in Russia. Thoio was a very large attendance. The chief R-.ibbi delivered a power full address, depicting the barbarous treatment of their brethren in Russia, and appoaling for monetary assistance. Over £100...

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TWO NOTABLE MEN OF SCIENCE. THE LATE ASTRONOMER ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

TWO NOTABLE WEN OF SCIENCE. The Latk Astronomer Royal. Sir George Biddell Airy, thn Into Astronomer Royal, whoso death at the ngc of 90 took place on tho 5th Jan., was horn at AInwick, Northumberland, on 27th Juno, 1801, ami edu cated nfc Hereford and Colchester. In 1823 ho camo out senior wrangler at the Camhridgo Uni versity, and a year or two later achieved dis tinction in the medical world by tho discovery of a remedy for tho optical malady known as ' astigmatism.' Between 1827 and 1836 ho de livered a series of public lectures on the undu Ifttory theory of light, and in 1828 was entrusted with the management of the Cambridge Obser vatory. In 1835 he succeeded Mr. Pond as Astronomer Royal, and signalised his accession to that post by the introduction at Greenwich of new instruments and modes of calculation. In addition to calculations illustrating the New tonian theory of gravitation, Airy made a seriea of experiments with a view of ascertaining ap proximately tho weight of tho ...

Publication Title: Illustrated Australian News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR NEW ZEALAND LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News — 1 February 1892

OUR NEW ZEALAND LETTER. The result ot the Wellington election must bo to strengthen tho position of tho Ministerial party in Now Zoaland. Tho contest was accepted as a virtual trial of strength, and the return of tho Government candidate is a definite proof that the Radical poliny advocated by Mr. lUllanoe and his colleagues still rotains the approval of tho country dospito tho stupendous 3(forts made to bring about n reversal of opinion. Tho Opposition entered on tho struggle with many points in its favor. A Ministry cannot bring in measures affecting important interost« without intensifying and concentrating tho inimical feeling against its interference, wliilo the fervor upon its own sido is very apt to fall off. Then there can bo no question that the Opposition was inoro than fortunate in tho selection of a candidate. A hotter choice could not have boon imdo than in Mr. IT. D. Bell, a gentleman of high standing and ability, and honored both on hi.s own and on his father's behalf...

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