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CATCHING WILD FOWL ON THE DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

CATCHING WILD FOWL ON THE DARLING. The blaoks on the barling River have a method of catohiner wild fowl whioh may be unknown to some of. our Melbourne readers. The following is a description of the method they pursue. On the morning of the day on whioh they intend to carry out their operations the lubras or gins ' start , up. the river some miles. In the meantime, the men seleot a place where there are con venient' trees on either side of the river, across which they extend a net by means of two ropes passing over the branches of trees on either bonk, both ropes being held in hand by a blaekfellow ready to let go at any moment it may be necessary. One black is then sent up the river about 150 yards in advance of the net,' and has with him a piece of flat bark, the use of whioh will be explained further on. In the meantime, the gins who went up the river in the morning, walk down along the bank of the river, driving the wild fowl (whioh are very numerous) before them. When the blaekf...

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SUGAR MAKING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

? . ? SUGAR MAKING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. On page 5 is represented a sugar plantation I in New South Wolos. The locality is Port (? I Macquarie, an agricultural and pastoral district ? I on the sea coast, at the entrance of the River I Hastings. The surrounding country is moun- 'I tainouB, and' interspersed with rioh alluvial ;' I valleys of small extent, comprising a consi- I derable area of low swampy ground. Tho ;!| principal exports aro maize, tallow, hides mill II dairy produce With Sydney, 2dO miles south | from tho embouchure of tho Hastings, there is ; I commnnicntion by stonmor and small sailing I vessels. A sugar plantation was introduced :| into this locality by Mr Edward Holland, from 1 whom we have received tho following account I of tho success attending bis enterprise : — I ' The sugars turned out from tirno to timo B have been, highly spoken of by eomo of our || metropolitan supporters. One sample gained I a gold medal at tho Intercolonial Exhibition U held in Melbourne...

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

THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. The annual general meeting of the board took place on 26th ult., at the offices, Queen street. Thete were present the hon; Messrs T. : Learmonth, J. J. Casey. C. Sladen, B. Hope, W. Hull, W. H. F. Mitchell, W. Bayles, R. S. Anderson, W. Campbell and Dr. Mueller; Messrs J. Osborne, G. Morton, J. Dalgleish, W. Williams, J. Mason, D. M'Andrew, W. Frazer, G. S. Kemp, T. M'Kellar, A. M'Mar tin, F. Robertson, T. Cope, J. Buchanan, J. Blyth, T. Smith, P. M'Craoken, A. Carnie, C. W. Coates, Jf. Curtain, J. F. Beadle, P. H. Fanning and P. Russell. ' ' '?' ' ' On the motion of Mr M'Craoken, seoonded by the hon. Dr. Hope, Mr Mitchell, M.L.C., was elected chairman of the board for the en suing year. ' ? The hon. Mr Learmonth, the into president of the board, stated that he desired to say a few words. He was one of the oldest agricul turists in Viotoria, and he had been rewarded for the interest which he had manifested in the agricultural progress of the colony by being...

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NEW ZEALAND WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

NEW ZEALAND WAR. The latest newfl. from New Zealand still report disturbances in' various quarters with the natives. A correspondent, writing from Napier 24th July, says : — ' An express ar rived; here yesterday with the intelligence that firing had been heard at the plaoe ? near Poverty'Bay where tha escaped prisoners from the Chatham Islands had entrenohed them selves and dug rifle pits. This evening im portant despatches for the General ; Govern ment were received ' from Col. Whitmore, who, on arriving on the 20th inst. with his compara tively small force of volunteers, &c;, at tho plsco where the escaped prisoners were roported to bo encamped, found that they had shifted their position, in fact, they had ' bolted. '^ Colonel Whitmore immediately despatched tho steamer rWaijpaxa, Captain Basoand, with orders to bring Major Frasor, and certain reinforcements, . to; Colonel Whitmoro's aid with all possible despatch. Major Frasor is particularly well acquainted with that par...

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BANQUET TO THE SLADEN MINISTRY. — SEE PAGE 11. BANQUET TO THE SLADEN MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

, B.A N Q U E T T O . THE, S LADEN MINI S T R Y.-^see page 11. BANQUET TO THE SLADEN MIN1STBY. This event, for whioh suoh extensive prepara tions have 'during the last month been, made, took plaoe on 6th August, in the long: room of Messrs Sargood, King- and Sargood's '.'. storo, Flinders-ptrest. Aocommodatiou was provided for 850 guests, the actual number present,1 in eluding the gentlemen invited, being 350 per sons. The long room was tastefully decorated with banners and evergreens. The guests of the banquet, the members of the Sladen Ministry, with the chairman, occupied a raised platform situate about tho centre of the room ob the east side, whilst the vioo-chairman and his sup* porters were located opposite, on the west side. The tables were ladoti with a profusion of good things, but the complaint of insufficient attend ance was very general. The chair was taken by Mr Gonrge Harker, who had on his right the hon. Mr Sladen, Messrs Fellows, Lanurton and O'Grady, and on his left...

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SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ARRIVED AT THE PORT OF MELBOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTURE OF THE AUGUST MAIL. AUGUST [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

SHIPPING FOR THE MONTH. VESSELS ABRIVED' AT THE: POBT OF idst . BOURNE SINCE THE DEPARTUBE OF THE AOGUBT MAIL. . ? Auau8T. ?-?.'- ? --;: ??.-'.-. .-'. -.:.-.? ??; ?; '?_? ?:? :,-s\'~- ? 18. Yorkshire, ship, Money Wigram and Sons'; Lino, .1058, Frodk.Andorson. from London, via, Ply mouth. W. P. White and Co., agents. -'? ,: 10. Malta, ??? Swedish shin, ,720, Charles Berg/from ' Gottonberg, via Adelaide. O. Tondour and Co., - agenta.. 10. Antoinette, French bq, 308, G. Ohabannes, from Bordeaux, ' via Obaronto. Bligh and Harbottle, ; agents. ' ???'.-' - 23. Bortha, Hamburg brig, 224, J. H. Wagner, from ' Canton. E. Cohen and Oo.. agents. ?'? '..??','??' 23. TekLt, Hamburg bq, a 60, F. Kior, from Foo Chew : Fop. E Oohen and Co., agents. ? ?' . ?. ' . 25. Latona, bq, 28G, Robert Williams, from Leith. Sauuders and JohnBton, agents. '?' ?'? ' 27. Kadina, Bhip, C62, J. Blanch, from Wallaroo; S.A. ' A. Wpolley and Co., agentB. . '. v 28. Hosporus, Hamburg bg, 214, A. Spring, from Singapore. ...

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THE VICTORIAN ASYLUM AND SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

THE VICTORIAN ASYLUM\AND SCHOOL i ' ?: ? ?;'??? FOB THE BLIND.:' : ; This institution, which has been built on land granted by the Government near to; the St. Kilda-road, was formally opened on Friday, 21et inst. Its erection is 'mainly due to the action taken by the hon. George Harker and the Rev. Jamos Mirams, who about two years ago drew the attention of the public to the wants of the blind. Their efforts, whioh were ably! 'seconded by Messrs H., L. and H. G. Stevenson, and other benevolently disposed persons, resulted in the collection of a Bum of about £2500. Soon afterwards tho promoters engaged, as a temporary abode for the children, the premises whioh had been previously ooou p'ied as a Beat and Dumb Institution, in the Commercial-road, Prahran. The Government gave a grant in aid of £2300, and active prepara tions were then made for tho erection of the neW building. The site granted stands baok several hundred yards from tho St. Kilda-road, and the' frontage, about three-qua...

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THE ICHTHYOSAURUS AUSTRALIS (M'COY). A NEW AUSTRALIAN FOSSIL MONSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

THE ICHTHYOSAURUS AUSTRALIS (M'COY). A NEW AUSTRALIAN FOSSIL MONSTEE. ;' Our figures represent, perhaps, the .moat in teresting fossil' remains that .have ever been found in Australia, some of the principal frag ments of the great ne'wly-disoovered E^nalio saurian fossil reptiles described by Professor M'Coy at a recent meeting of the Royal Sor . ciety, and now in the '.National Museum, to which they have been presented by Mr Carson. The Erialiosauria are extinct fossil monsters classed with the Bep^lia, having very numerous conical teeth like those of oroco' diles, but having each of the joints of the backbone hollowed oonioally on both ends as in fishes, and having the limbs modified into flippers like those of a whale, so that th(3 creature was fitted for living in the sea. All oreatures of this type of structure have long ceased to exist, and their remains are only found in geological formations of the Mesozoip age, of which the lias ' and oolitic rocks of the middle of England'...

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VICTORIAN POULTRY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

| v . ? . - , - ? ? VICTORIAN POULTRY SOCIETY. The annual meeting of this society was held on 25th:tilt., at the office of the Acclimatisa tion Society, Swanston- street ; Mr Law presid ing. The report of .the committee stated that, taking all ciroumstancoa into account, the society was in a most flourishing condition. The last, exhibition bore favorable comparison with those .held in former years ; as in all pre vious exhibitions there had been of course a falling off in some classes and an improvement in others. Those useful birds the Do i kings, Polands and Hamburgs were evidently not bo good as heretofore, while the Brahma Pootras and Cochins had shown an improve ment. There had been 195. pens, or 11 more than last year. The committee urged upon breeders : ? to discontinue the practice of breeding in and in, whereby small birds wore obtained, . whereas by exchanging birds the h stock would be improved. The decisions of | the judges had given preo'eral. satisfaction, onlv I three...

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WARNE AND WEBSTER'S WARE-HOUSE. FLINDER'S-LANE, MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

WARNE AND WEBSTER'S . WABE? HOUSE. FLINDER'S-LANE, MEL BOURNE^ ?? / ??_?? ? ; ??-; ?? ??????- ;??--? ?-? Flinder's lane, with its gigantic warehouses, will, before long, rival the most pretentious business localities ill any of the older cities of Europe, or great emporiums of. America. Trudging along its narrow footpaths the other day, we were struck with' amazement at- the sight of another five-story warehouse drawing towards completion, and on making inquiry learned the following particulars regarding it : — This stately and elegant structure is being erected for the enterprising firm of Warne and Webstor, importer and clothing manu facturers. The space occupied is 27 feet frontage by a depth of 90 feet, and 52 feet in height: from footpath to , the top of blocking. The. half sunk basement is of bluestono ashlar to the level of the ground floor, and from thenoe, to the top of the building, of brick, eaoh floor being lit by windows on both sides. The floors are 12 feet high, with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

W I L I I E , WELCH # C Q . , ' i ^ OFFICE, 44 QUEEN-STREET. YABDS, 1 7 2 Q tJ E B N - S T E E E T. AUSTRALIAN AGENTS FOR ., CLAYTON, SHUTTLE WORTH -% GO. STAMP END WORKS, LINCOLN. TO those not awaro of the extent to whioh steam power hasi already bean applied for farm purposes, It may This Screen received a Silver Medal at the Boyal Agricultural Society's Show, at Leeds, 1867 ;, th« Fin be IntoroBtingto losrn that O.S. & Co. have manufactured upward* of nino thousand Bteam engines, and Prize ot X6 at the Worcester Meeting, 1868, and Ten other Prizes and Commendations at various other Agri Bearly seven thousand eight hundred throshisg machines. , . cultural Mootings. - SoloHtlflo and mechanical skill hitherto employed only in the manufacture of the higher and mom eem- - Additional and important improvements hare Blnce been mode in tho conBtrudion of the apparatus, 80 plicated olosaoa of moohinery, has boon judlciousl; brought to hoar with Immense advantage upon all O., S. ft...

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THE NEW LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

- i THE NEW LAND BEGULATIONS. . The ^policy indireotly alluded to by the Chief Secretary when before his constituents, with respect to . an - amendment of tho Land Act', has received confirmation in the proposed ? issue by the Lands department of now regula tions for . the greater facilitating Jiona fide . , settlement. It is the intention of the depart ment to extend tho Vadius of tho operations of the 42nd clause of tho Amending Land Act 'to thirty miles instead of ton miles from any gold-field. Very substantial reasons havo been offered for this proposed change. It has beon found necessary, not so much on account of tho auriferous ground in the mining districts being encroached upon, but because some of the boat timbered land situate close to tho mines, and reputedly worth some thousands of pounds ?: sterling, have boon inadvortontly granted for settlement ; and numerous applications of a like nature have been forced upon tho atton tion of tho department. This applies more partic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

rp U B N ?O-B B U B N - ?..?.^.-?. :-::? ? ?: a^ SEBMO n '-.?' ??,.??? Delivered on Sunday Morning, 7th December, 1856, ??? ? *;? -?? By- ???? ? : ? ? ?* ?V: ??-. O. H. SPURGEON, ' . At the MuBioHall, Royal Surrey Gardens. ' If he turn not he will whet his sword; he hath bent his bow and mado it ready.' — Psalm vii. 12. ' If the sinner turn not, God will whet his sword.' So, then, God has a sword, and he will punish man on account of his iniquity. TlilB evil generation hath labored to take away from God tho Bword of his jus tice; they have ondeavorod to prove to themselves that God will ' clear Iho guilty,' and will by no moans i' punish iniquity, transgression and sin.' Two hun dred years ago the predominant strain of tho pulpit was ono of terror ; it was liko Mount Sinai, it thun dered forth tho dreadful wrath of God, and from the lips of a Baxtoror a Bupyan you heard most terriblo ser mons, full to tho brim with warnings of judgment to conie. PerhapB somo of tho Puritanic fathers...

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THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, RICHMOND.—LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

THE PRESBYTERIAN bHUROHi RICH MOND.— LAYING. THE FOUNDATION STONE. ' . :'??'. -i ?'. ?-;??:: :.\i._. / ' ; The ceremony of. laying.' the foundation stone of the .new Presbyterian ehurch, Lennox-street, Richmond, was performed on Saturday,' 22nd. ult., by the hon. James- M'CulIoch. . The congregation ' was established by the Rev. . Samuel Kelly, the present building, in whioh the members' now assemble . for divine ? worship, having been erected in October, 1860. On the 26th July, 1864, the Rev. John Bagley was inducted to the pastorate. The increase in the attendance which followed his induction necessitated an enlargement of. the ohurph in. a few months afterwards, and ultimately the erec tion of the new building, whioh was commenced in July last. It is. being bailt in the Gothib style of architecture. The length, exoluding. the'VeBtry, will be 93 ft. 6 in., and the width 51ft. It is to be constructed chiefly of bluo s tone, and at the western end there will boa townr and spire; the...

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ANOTHER CHILD LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

ANOTHER CHILD LOST IN THj3 BUSH. ' ' The Warrnambobl Advertiser gives the fol lowing detail of circumstances conneotod with the wandering away of a child : — ' A little girl, aged ten years, the daughter of Mr Martin, farmer, was at play on the border of the Wood ford Forest, on Saturday the 15th ult. About four p.m. the mother had occasion to take her husband's tea into a field where he was ploughing, and on ' her return discovered, to her amazement, that tho child was miss ing. Instant searoh was made by the almost frantic parents, bnt no trace of the poor girl could be discovered. A number of the neighbors volunteered their help, and the sur rounding locality was thoroughly investigated by the aid of lanterns until far into the night, bulk the whereabouts of the little wandorer was still a mystery. The searoh was renewed on Sun day with a liko fruitless result, and on Monday over 150 persons scoured the - neighborhood without obtaining the slightest clue to her dis covery. Consta...

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COMPLIMENTARY SOIREE TO THE M'CULLOCH ADMINISTRATION.-SEE PAGE 10. COMPLIMENTARY SOIREE TO THE M'CULLOCH ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

COMPLIMENTARY SOIREE TO THE M'CULLOOH ADMXNIS.T RATIO N.— seb page 10. COMPLIMENTARY SOIREE TO THE M'OULLOCH ADMINISTRATION. A special train left the Spencer-street rail way station on Monday, 17th nit. , at two o'clock, filled with a number of members of Parliament and other invited guests 'arid tbeir' Men da, to attend the grand ' soiree 'given' 'in''. 'tne evening at the- Alfred Hall, Ballarat, Tin honor of the M'Culloch Administra tion. The train was' met at its desti nation by/the President of the Liberal Reform League and other gentlemen, and after a short stay at the George, the party proceeded to the hall, where a very nice arrangement had been made far the accommodation of the visitors and the public The main body of the hall, lately used as a theatre, was reserved for' the BUTDOBea of the nnblin meetine- arranged to be held afterwards, while in the transepts there were laid oat tables to accommodate ?' 900 persons at a time. These were presided over by ladies who for tlie ...

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UNDER THE VERANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

f / /'UNDER THE VERANDAH. -When the- wonld-be assassin of H.R.H. Prince Alfred was upon hia trial in Sydney, a witneBS from 'Ballarat was examined as to ©'FarrelTs antecedents in the latter place. In the course of bis evidence he had more than once occasion to mention ' The Corner,' at Ballarat; Counsel, interrupting the witness, inquired what place he meant to designate by 'The Corner?' Resenting the learned .counsel's . ignorance of a place which he considered ought to be so well known, the witness, with severe dignity, replied, 'I know, Bir, but of three great centres of commerce in the world,, viz., tho the Exchange at Liverpool, the Bourse in Paris,' and the Corner at Ballarat 1' Now, al though there can scarcely bo claimed for the locality, to-day illustrated, so distinguished a - parallelism, there is not another spot upon the golden soil of Australasia where so large on amount, of business is transacted as Under the Verandah. Situated upon the sunny tide of the leading stree...

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THE GREAT TIDAL WAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

THE GREAT TIDAL WAVE. An extraordinary tidal wave took place at New Zealand on Saturday, 15th August. The wave rose and fell several feet all over the colony in a most extraordinary manner.     Some damage was done to the ship-     ping at Port Chalmers and Lyttelton. A sharp shock of an earthquake       was felt on the 17th at Wellington, Christ- church, Napier, Hokitika, Port Chalmers and Nelson, but no damage was done, by the earth- quake. The tidal wave is reported to have been felt in the Pacific ocean. The Rose of Australia, from Newcastle (N. S. Wales), arrived at San Francisco June 27th, and re- ported that between Curtis and Macaulay   Islands and Kirmadea group she ex-   perienced a severe shock of an earthquake. The steamer Nevada, from Panama to San Fran- cisco, saw three large waterspouts off the coast of Guatemala. Of the appearances presented on Friday ...

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

TJEEJ MbNTH. |' ' t.' '?» '','?' ' — ?' _ .'.. . « The Legislative . Assembly, has . been .busy with the budget, and with $ho, various .ques tions which naturally ; come to the surface in the coarse of a debate, on such a subject. At the close of the debate the whole of ;ij|s, esti mates were yoted in a lump sum forthwith. The arrears of the. pasi twelve months of poli tioal tarmoU. are thus at last got rid of, and there, is every; prospect of oar going on satis factorily for the future. Within a fortnight, the members of -Parliament will have returned to their several .business occupations, and the Ministry will have time to deliberate over the various measures, of praotical legislation re quired by the exigencies of the country. Foremost amongst the measures whioh will oocupy the attention of the Government will be an Amended Land Act. Their policy in this matter is. expected to aim at the extension of a system whioh has been found to be safe and to work well, rather than at the a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Australian News for Home Readers — 5 September 1868

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. _____________   BIRTHS.   BLYTH.— Oii the 23rd ult., at Warristqn, Brighton,   Mrs John Blyth, of aeon.- '? ?.?'?. .'..'?'??,;' CATHIE.— On the 2Gth nlt.i at her residence, Have lobk-strect, Ballarat, Mrs J. It. Oathlo, of a son. HAAGER.— On tho Hth ult., at Gooloy's Crook   near Wood's Point, Mrs O. E. A. Haago'r, of a Bon. : HOPKINS.— On tho 20th ult.. at Maryborough, the .wtfoof thoBov. W. Hopkins, of adaughtor.. ' LAUCHLAN.— On the 23rd ult., at his residence,   Monomeeth, Northcote, tho wifo of M. H. Lauchlan, of twins, a son and daughtori LANGHAM.— On tho 10th ult., at Barkly Cottage,   Cambrideo-Btroot, Oollingwood, the wifo of Henry Langhdm (grocer); of a son. ?' ? ? ' PATTON.— On the 15th ult., at the Punt-road, Rich-   mond, the wife of Horatio William Patton, of a daughter.       TROTMAN.— On the 14th ult., at Glen Ar...

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