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THE YAN YEAN RESERVOIR, FROM THE WOODSTOCK ROAD. THE YAN YEAN.—FROM THE WOODSTOCK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE YAN YEAN B E S E B V 0 I B, F B 0 U THE W 0 0 D ? T 0 0 K B 0 AD.-D,OT« a. a G«m^» «« 'li. THE YAW YEAN.— FROM THE WOOD STOCK BOAD. About nineteen miles from Melbourne, in' the heart of the Plenty Ranges, there ia a locality whioh possesses the double attraction of utility and beauty. Its utility consists in its oapaoity as an immense reservoir for the water supply of the metropolis, and its beauty consists in the mountainous. wooded and generally picturesque oharaoter of the surrounding landscape. Being thus attrac tive, and within easy distance of the city, the Yan Yean is a favorite resort on holidays. As might be expeoted of a plaoe whioh, within two or three hours' distance, presents all the best features of Australian bnsh scenery, all the amusements possible in oar woods and waters, and every accommoda tion which a hotel can provide, it is unrivalled amongst . our resorts for. pionics, and all , sorts of pleasure-seeking parties. The reser voir is formed in a valley by co...

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THE GOVERNMENT STEAMER PHAROS CRUISING OFF KING GEORGE'S ISLAND IN SEARCH OF A WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE GOVERNMENT STEAMER' PHAROS. CRUISING OFF KING GEORGE'S ISLAND IN SEARCH OF A WRECK. . On the 27th May a sohoaner named the Mary Ann foundered at sea, within 14 miles 61 King's Island lighthouse. She had left Corner Inlet with a cargo of timber for Melbourne, in a leaky condition. On finding she w»s going down, the captain immediately gave orders to tret the boat out : and no sooner whs this effeoted, and one or two articles of olothing placed in the' boat', than the vessel began per eeptibly to settle down. They had got but a short distance from her when she sank but of night. A landing was with difficulty effeoted safely, about 12 or 14 miles from the light' house. The almost famished crew then walked to the lighthouse, where from the well known kind-hearted keeper and his family they re ceived great care and attention. Reports reaching Melbourne that the Mary Ann when last seen was in a leaky condition, ami fears beiug entertained as to her safety, tbe Govern ment steamer Phar...

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[FROM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE WELLINGTON INDEPENDENT.] . NAPIER, Monday, 21st July. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

[PBOM THE SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT 07 THE - WELLINGTON INDEPENDENT.] Napier, Monday, 21st July. ? I send you some farther particulars relative to the landing ot tho Chatham Islands, prisoners at Poverty Bay. . ? ; The schooner Murewai arrived here, from Poverty Bay, on Saturday, and reported that a French whaler, supposed to be called the Winslow, and commanded by a person named La Baste, had arrived at the bay on Thursday, 9th July, bringing with her the 180 Hau-haus who had escaped from the Chathams. The Winslow made a splendid run of four days from the Chatham Islands to Poverty Bay, having left the- former on 6th - July, and reaohed the Bay on 9th July. The escaped pri oners were landed on the evening of 9th July, and before daybreak on the following morning the Winslow stood to sea. The escaped men stated that before leaving the Chathams they had overpowered then: guard and bound them. In fact they tied up everybody except two women. They also took possession of nil the stores and...

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THE HON. J. J. CASEY, MINISTER OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE HON. J. J. CASEY, MINISTER OP JUSTICE. This gentleman is a native of Ireland, having been born in the County of Glare in 1831. He was educated at Galway college, and, after visiting the United States and the Continent of Europe, came to Victoria in 1855. From the time of his arrival, till within a year ago, he has been connected with the press, as oo-proprietor of the Bcndigo Advertiser with Mr A. Maokay, one of the representatives of Sandhurst. He has been several times elected a membor of the municipal council of Sandhurst ; was chairman of the council in 1861 ; and the same year re ceived an appointment aa territorial .magistrate. He was elected member 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 the resignation of Dr. Owens, Mr Casey has continued to sit far that constituency, having been returned five times. His special work in the House has been the passing of' t...

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THE GYMPIE GOLD-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE GYMPIE GOLD-FIELD. In its summary of gold news for the month, the Nasliville Times publishes the following account of two of the . most celebrated reefs, viz. : — ' Caledonian Reef — This was opened in November, 1867, by Messrs Goodohap and Co., prospectors. They havo crashed 88 tons of quartz, which yielded 1188 oz, giving an uver uge of over 31 07. per ton. No. 1 North had a orushing of 56 tons from their claim, wuioh yielded 1020 oz ; average, 19 oz per ton. No. 2 North have only crushed about 4 cwt of picked stono, which yielded 647 oz. They have now 150 tons on grass . waiting ma chinery. Where the Caledonian Reef is within the bonndury of Lady Mary prospect claim, the fin»'u have bnuu cxueeiHngly rich ; from about 8 owr. of i.irn'ij -'ide they obtained about 1700 --/, «,i n t- )-?. i: uns metal. Ahead of No. 3, on the uaiuv.- n...- of reef, is the ground hold by the Great Northern Quartz Mining Company. They commenced opora tions a fortnight ago, find are now driving throu...

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BANQUET TO THE SLADEN MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

BANQUET TO THJ3 SLADfeitT MtiSIlSTRY. This ovent, for whioh such extehslve prepara tions have during the last month been made, took place on 5th. August, in the long room of Messrs Sargood, King- 'and -Satgbod's storo, Flindors-ptreot. Aoeompaodatioh was provided for 350 guests, the actual number present, in cluding- the gentlemen invited, being' 350 per Bons. The long room was tastefully decorated with banners aha evergreens. The cuosts of tbo banquet, tbe members bf, tbo Sladon Ministry, with the ohairmdn, opoujjied a raised platform situate about tho contrq of tli'e room on the east Bide, whilst ;the, -vice-chairman and his sup porters were located opposite, on the west sido. The tables wero laden with a profusion of good things, but the complaint bf insufficient attend ance was very general. ' Thb bha-r .was taken by Mr George Barker, wb-- Jiad on his right the hon. Mr Sladon, Mossrs Fellows, Lanirron and O'Grady, and oh .his left Missrs. MfDonno'll, Kerferd, Cillies and Bayles....

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THE HON. C. E. JONES. MINISTER OF ROADS AND RAILWAYS, AND COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE HON. 0. E. JONES. MINISTEU OF BOADS AND RAILWAYS, AND COMMIS : SXONEB OF PUBLIC WORKS. ' Charles Edward Jones was born ^ and edu cated at Devonport, in Devonshire. At 21 years of age he removed to Newark on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, to fill a situa tion as money order clerk, in the post office there, and left Newark for Austra lia, where ho arrived in 1850, before the auriferous wealth of the colony was known. His varied career may be regarded as indica tive of multifarious capacity and many-sided tendencies. While yet a youth, he took an active part in the literary and lecturing work, connected -with mechanics' institutes, and was well known in the West of England, as he has been since throughout Victoria, as . a ileo turer on total abstinence and other subjects.* He has also at different periods been' oonneoted with the press. During his first year of colo nial life, he was on the staff of the Herald ; and after giving up the business to which he was for a time allured by the la...

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EXCITING NEWS FROM NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

EXCITING NEWS FROM NEttTZE ALAND The Taranaki Herald of 18th July gives the following account of an attack by natives on tho Turuturu-Mokai Redoubt, and' the massacre of British soldiers :— . -The .TuVui-turu-Mokai Redoubt is about threo miles nearer Patea than Waihi, - and is a .plado 'of some strength, situated on a knoll and 'surrounded by a ditoh and bank— the former of some depth and breadth, necessitating a plank as a crossing or bridge to gain the entranne. Here then on Saturday last there was a band of twenty-five men. Captain Robs lived in a whore outside the redoubt, indicating appa rently a false seourity of their position as regards the natives, but it was so ; and another proof of ill-judged security of those at this post is to be found in the fact, as we have been informed, that oven the plank 'that crossed the moat was not withdrawn at night. Of coarse, it would have been no adequate de fence, but tho time required by the enemy in clambering up the side of the ditoh w...

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THE MELBOURNE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE MELBOURNE BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. ? The Melbourne Benevolent Asylum, is un doubtedly one of the most _ valuable of our charitable institutions. ' It affords Bhelter to an average - number of 500 persons, principally the most helpless and deserving of our poor — consisting as they do of the ng- i of both sexes, the blind, the maimed, the diseased and decrepid. They are admitted by the vote of the com mittee of management, and every precaution is adopted to prevent the charity being im posed upon. ThoBe who are physically capable of earning a livelihood for themselves are rigidly exoluded ; persons of this, class who happen to get into a state ef destitution from temporary' want of employment being referred to the Immigrants' Aid Sooiety, where their cases reoeive due attention. The inmates of the Asylum are, therefore, almost entirely, confined to poor persons who are utterly in capable of helping, themselves bo far as to procure their own means of sustenance. Many, of them who have n...

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THE CHINESE IN MELBOURNE.—OPIUM SMOKING AND GAMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE CHINESE IN MELBOURNE.— OPIUM SMOKING AND GAMBLING. The Chinese residents in Viotoria consti tute a prominent feature of our Booietj, and supply plenty of materials to the sketoher, whether he take in hand pen or pencil. We have given representations of them on various occasions. In our back numbers may be seen views, of Chinese immigrants on their arrival here from the flowery land ; of Chinese quar ters in Melbourne and Ballarat ; of Chinese occupied in getting their living by the several methods peculiar to them; of Ohirios'e: Ot worship in their .Joss] House ; arid now in the' present number we have views of Chinese in their hours of leisure. It has been ascertained that there are between 40,000 and 50,000 Chinese in Viotoria. Most of them are engaged on the gold-fields ; they form, in fact, about a fourth of our mining population. In Melbourne they number about 2000. Of these metropolitan residents the most are en gaged in trade, having to supply their country men on the gpl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

A GOOD SOLDIER— THE OENTDRION 'S FAITH AND HUMILITY. A B.'JES BM O N, DELtVEUKD ON LORD'S' HAY JI0UNINU, 15TH MAHOH, 1868. O, H. SP0 RG i! O N. At tho Metropolitan Ti^ber^acle, Novringtou. 'Then Jesus wont withihem. And when lie was now not far from the house, the centurion sent friends to him, Buying unto him, Lord, trouble not thyself: for 1 am not worthy (that thou Bhouldost enter under my roof. Wherefore neither thought I rnvself worthy to come unto thbe : but say in a word, and my servant shall be healed'. For I also am a man set undor au thority, having/under me soldiers, and I say unto one, Oo, and hegoeth; and to another, Come, and he cptneth ; and to my servant, Do this, and ho-doeth it;'— JiukoVvii: c— 8. : — tt' .? ,;:;'? ? .'. T%.greatoBt light may outer into the darkest plfteeB. \Ve may llnd the choicest nowers blooming whore wo least oxpoctod them. Hero was a Gentile, a itoman, a soldier — a soldier clothed with absolute power — and yet a tender master, a considerate c...

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THE EARL OF BELMORE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE EARL OF BELMORE IN VICTORIA. His ; Excellency, the Right Hdri. the Earl of Belmoro, Governor of .. New South Wales, arrived in this oolony on iv snort visit on thu 27th lilt. He travelled overland* and was ac companied by the Countess of Belmoro ; .her sister, Miss , Gladstone ; the hoti. J.Martin, Attorney-General of 'New South Waios ; and Cantata Beresfbrd. . The nartv crossed the Murray at Moaina* The town bad been in a high stato of excitement frorri an early hour on the morning of the 27th ult., and allneoessary. preparations wore completed by about, nocn for giving his Excollenoy tho Go vernor a loyal and 'cordial welcome; Consi derable numbers| arrived during the morning from places up and down the Murray, and from tbe Victorian side of the river. All the avail able, carriages and vehicles of a present able character were mustered, and a caval cade consisting of about twenty car riages and from forty to fifty horsemen proceeded two miles on the Deniliqiiin-road, where the...

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BANQUET TO THE SLADEN MINISTRY.—SEE PAGE 10. BANQUET TO THE MINISTRY AT SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

BANQUET TO THE SLADEN MINISTRY.--nr iwok 10.                                 BANQUET TO THE MINISTRY AT SANDHURST. On the 4th August, the Bendigo Liberal As sociation entertained the M'Cullooh Govern inenr. at a banquet in tho Odd Fellows' Hall, Sandhurst. Tfie following members of the Ministry left Melbourne by special train, at twenty minutes to four o'clock, on Tuesday afternoon :— The hon. Messrs M'Cullooh, G. P. Smith, Casey, Sullivan, Jones, and Vale, accom panied by the hon Mr Bindon. The train ar rived at Sandhurst shortly before six. At tbo Rtation thero wore assembled about 200 persons, amongst whom were Mr James Moore, the pre sident of the association; Mr Donovan, the secretary, and the committee. The visitors ?were greeted with several hearty cheers. A similar compl...

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THE DUKE'S FLAT NEW RUSH, BULLOCK CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE DUKE'S FLAT NEW RUSH, BULLOCK CREEK. On page 13 we give a sketch of the new rush at Bullock Creek, which promises to eclipse in richness the older established dig- gings of which it forms part. It is distant from the Leichhardt diggings and township about a mile and a half, and from Sandhurst ten miles. The population at Duke's Flat amounts to about 300, and the place is as yet in that rude and primitive state which heralds the settlement of all new rushes, although ample store and shanty accommodation is already on the ground. The diggings consist of a fine flat, several miles in extent, with the eucalypti family luxuriating in abundance. The sinking is easy, from fifteen to fifty feet deep, and some of the claims are yielding as much as five ounces to the load. Like       all other rushes, there are of course many blanks, but sufficient gold has been discovered to hold out highly remunerative prospects to those miners who are located on t...

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THE HON. GEORGE PATON SMITH, ATTORNEY-GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE HON. GEORGE PATON SMITH, ATTORNEY- GENERAL. Mr G. Paton Smith is of Scotch descent, but was born in London. His father's family   belong to Berwick-on-Tweed, where they have   been located for the last two centuries. He was educated and intended for a profession, but family circumstances prevented the inten- tion being carried out. He arrived inVictoria in 1856 ; after a few months spent on the gold- fields, joined the staff of The Age, then edited by Mr. Ebenezer Syme. Mr Smith had previonsly contributed a number of letters to that journal on the social condition of the gold-fields' population, which attracted some attention. His long connection with The Age (uninter rupted except for two years when on the staff of the Argus), led to his being offered the editorship, when he conducted the paper during the period of the O'Shanassy Adminis- tration. He subsequently, on account of impaired health, exchanged The Age for The Leader (a weekly paper), which h...

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THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

THE MQNTH. Politically speaking, the month has been occupied with the Ministerial elections, whinh in several constitaeuoies were spiritedly con tested. Mr Grant, Minister of Lands and member for Avooa, was returned withoutiopppi-. sition; 'likewise Mr Sullivan, the Minister of Mines, -and Mr Casoy, ? Minister of - Justice, both members for- Maudurang/ ??»' There 'we're fonr seats contested, ' viz;, Mornington, where Mr. M'Calloch, .'the :Ghief Secretary, was'op posed by Mr Gillies ;? Ballarat West, whero1 Mr Jones. Minister' of Roads and Railways, and- Mr Yale, Commissioner of Customs, were opposed byMr,D6ane; South Boarke, where Mr» Of P.^SmKhv. Attorney ^General,- was ' 6p-7 posed.by.Mr O'Grady ; and lastly, the'Oireris, ?? .'?.v,Cfc;;i7i:; .'- . .,'?,:'. ... where Mr G.-.V. Smith, Postmaster-General, was opposed by Mr Carter. Though the battle in every oaso ..was fought with an * energy and vehemence quite unparalleled in oar political history, v the result was 'entirely in favo...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 15 August 1868

BIRTHS, MABRIAGES, DEATHS. » ? BIRTHS. ASKUNAS. - On the 21st ult, at Manilla Cottage,   Grey-street, St. Kilda, Mrs Joseph Askunas, of a son. AUSTIN.— On the 24th July, at Carlton, the wife of Mr George Austin, of a daughter. BARTLETT. — On the 22nd ult., at 61 Electra-street, Williamstown, Mrs Sydney Bartlett, of a daughter. BILLING. —On the 20th June, at Sylliott-hill, the wife   of R. Annesley Billing, Esq., of a son. BROOMHALL. —On the 20th July, at Moyston, the   wife of Mr James Broomhall, of a daughter.   BRACEWELL. — On the 4th inst, at Ballarat, the wife   of the Rev. S. Bracewell, of a son. CHRISTIE. —On the 27th July, at ?9 Lyons-street,   Ballarat, Mrs L S. Christie, of a daughter. CRAMER.— On the 24th July, at Warrnambool, the wife of Mr C. A. Cramer, of a daughter. DIGHT. — On the 22nd July, at Worthing Cottage, Michael-Street, North Fitzroy, Mrs C. P. Dight, of a son. DOLLAR. —On the 4th inst., at Annatt Farm Broad-...

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ECLIPSE OF THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

ECLIPSE OF THE SUN. ' The eclipse of the sun, which took place on Tuesday, 18th ult, though only, very partial, was clearly, visible to all who , had provided themselves with smoked glasses or perforated cards ; indeed, sometimes' the indentation was visible to the unprotected eye through the thin veil of clouds whioh partially obscured .' tbo sun's disc throughout the middle phases. The important astronomical facts, the times of tJia first and last contacts, were satisfactorily determined at the Observatory, and coincided almost precisely with the prodicted times, and showed in a remarkable manner the accuracy to which the lunar tables are now brought. The Melbourne mean time of the first con tact was 3 h. 49 min. 34*7 seo., and the last contact, 5 h. Omin. 22*5 sec. Although this eclipse was comparatively so unimportant as an astronomical occurrence in this part of . the world, it was nevertheless the most wonderful eclipse that has occurred in the history of mankind. In his' addr...

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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, CAMBERWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

ii.H'ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, CAMBERWELL. ? About bix miles from Melbourne, beyond Hawthorn, lies the small bat rapidly increasing village ef Camberwell, so called, we believe, after the well known suburb of London, from the circumstance of there being six roads meeting together at both places. Five years, sinoe a solitary public house woo nearly all that / gave the village ' a local habitation and a name;' bat about that time some earnest members of the Anglican Church commenced the ereotion of a small edifice for public wor ' ship. In a very short timo it became neoessary to enlarge this building. Then followed the erection of a handsome and commodious par sonage and a large common school. It has becomo necessary to enlarge tbo church again, as there is no room for the children attending the Sunday school, who, we are told, exceed 120 in number. Our sketch represents the alterations as they will appear when completed. Plans have been prepared by Mr Billing, and if the works are completq...

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RUSTIC BRIDGE AT WOORUNGYRITE, NEAR DARLINGTON, VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

RUSTIC BRIDGE AT WOORUNGYBITE, NEAR DARLINGTON, VICTORIA. . This scene is at Woorungyrito, Mr Shaw's station, near Darlington, in the Western dis trict of Yiotoria, and also near Glenormiston, the residence of the hon. Niol Black, M.L.C. The bridge is formed of a leviathan speoimen of eucalyptus, growing in the creek, with two forks, the space between being about twelve feet. The creek is the Emu Creek, whioh flows from the Grampians down to tho coast, and ia estimated at 2000 miles in length. This is one of a set of twenty-four views of Victorian scenery selected by H.R.H the Buke of Edin burgh from theproductions of our artist. RUSTIC 3EIDGE AT WOORUNGYRITE, NEAR DARLINGTON, VIOTORI A.— ruou a kiotogbaph hi t. r. obuok.. RUSTIC 3EIDGE AT WOORUNGYRITE, NEAR DARLINGTON, VIOTORI A.— ruou a kiotogbaph hi t. r. obuok..

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