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PRESERVATION OF NATIVE GAME AND FISH. (FROM THE OTAGO MAIL, OCTOBER 31.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

PBESEBYATION OF NATrVE ; G AME; AND FISH. , (vaoKTiu onoo juil, October SL) It U pM'Mer j>( -*prprl»p Abat up to the i |>rwppt tlmroo oara bat been takqo by ,,«{ttier'lbq .Gepe^, A«&'niMy or th'p Pro^ . JtrtBclA]'OonnMl*' of' Sew iZotlsnd,'for the *'• pnbcirVfctiob #' Art native pra« and filb - ''with brhlflh fbe Colony fay picked. Vtoe fi^h ftpfcgixUot.'and tbe apedeasre ouateroiu, . /fepjtha fttthtzcd tribee that mo bs by poy' u<mm* bwgbt «b«.bM4 ■<£" m»e"! kSPblhd*/ Floanderti itttte Jlcrger * flye^UUng.gleee, opj ,gomnionly.r * Ot;pyttfra,.tD1awupn jujdoutof , 1 pertodi « tbeVbtr, |fi bwiuly bodied; and If'ibpetohtf'lwUwl . tfkrtHd^go'bd-fofWiewjyfWii we'! IdbMwtf&bg&sU Mf IbeJadModtr; At" •Wpf riilrV'pfttltj wt*b« iuda of serious Importance than tbc Legislatures have hitherto given it, ami if some action is not speedily taken, tbc mischief will be come almost altogether irreparable. As wc previously remarked, tbc list of game ...

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

THE QUEENSLAND SOCIETY. At the last ordinary meeting of the council of this society, as we notice from the Courier, a Tariety of small birds, natives of St. Helena and St. Vincent, were presented by the Hon. W. Iandsborough and Mr. J. S. Laurie, who were passengers by the steamship Lady Low en. Mr. Layard, of Colombo, wrote as follows:— " Sir William Hooker writes me that he has suggested to the Governor of Queensland to apply to me for plants of cinchona for trial in that colony, and I have no doubt that this Government would sanction my sending some on such application. There arc many plants we could send which would be very nscful in Horth Australia, and when the proper season arrives for procuring ripe seeds of them, J could transmit good supplies of dore, nutmeg, cardamoms, fruits of various kinds, aud hand some trees. Some of these seeds should be sent in wardi&n cases, whilst others would go very well in powdered charcoal, and others again in an ordinary parcel. I wil...

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

ACCLIMATISATION. Although the praiseworthy cff irt* of Cap* tain Hodgw n, of the nautmh Nicholson, to introduce h vnrit ty of th« mud pnUtable of the Ganges fishes, procured by Mr. J. II. Butler, of Calcutta, into Victorian watt.-rs havebsen frustrated, in conwquence of the cold weather experienced in the latter part of the voyage (and whit-lion former occasions proved fatal to the guaramfei). Captain H-rigaon Is still deserving of the greatest credit for his dU interest* d efforts. The English pheasants in the gardens of theBaliarat Acclimatisation Society are in cuhatinc. Measures for re-stocking the lakes and rivers of Switzerland with fish have for some time past been in operation. Up to the present time, a million and a half of voting trout have been introduced into the Lake of Zurich. Extraordinary Ltgurian Swarms.—On the 7th of June the first swarm caine off, on the 11th 1 heard piping, and on the 16th a second swarm came off On the 21*: u queen came off and was secured, and ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SITTINGS IN EQUITY, &c, ON A THURSDAY OUT OF TERM. OLD COURTHOUSE.—THURDAY, NOV. 3. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Molesworth) IN RE THOMAS RAFFLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

SITTTKCS in EQUITY, &c, ON A THURSDAY OUT OF TERH. Old Courthouse.—i hubsdat. isov. 3. (Before bis Huoour Mr. Justice Molestrorth) IN RE THOHA8 raffle. lite Honour delivered judgement thH morning on an application for a vesting order in the matter of certain land in the parish of Cut-paw-paw. bmght from the de ceased Tho;. Baffle, who had execute! uo conveyance. lie doubted if the declaration ot Raffies'e executors as trustees for the pur chasers, would be justified by the facta dis closed, but be decided to refer to the master for inquiries, and report. raOBATES AND ADMINISTRATIONS. The Court granted probates of the wills of the following personsThomas Cox Hill. Thomas Frederick Lyon, and Michael M'MaLon. Letters of administration were issued In respect to the estates of William 01 em mens, Jeremiah Duegaa, and Robert Fnllartm. Mr. J. W. SrsrBEN mov-d for probate of the will and codicils of James Stephenson. These presented some peculiar points, the will and two coif ells h...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURY HOUSE.—THURSDAY, NOV. 8. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Williams, and a Special Jury of Twelve.) HODGKINSON v. CLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

Old Court house.—'Trdrsdat. Not. 8. (Btfort) his liouoQr Mr. Justice Williams, and a Special Jury of Twelve.) IIODGKIKSON V. CLODGH. An action to recover damages for false Im prisonment—ulrea'i? twice before tried, and fully retorted. The (rial woe began on Wed nesday, and lias not. yi-t advanced to the con elusion of the plaintiff's case. To-day the plaintiff was cross-examined at great length. Mr. M'KUlop, the accountant, was also exa mined and cross-examined on the statr of the accounts between the plaintiff as mortgagor and the defendant as one of the mortgagees of the Woodstock station. This evidence was pnl forward for the plaintiff, to show he was justified in still, considering he bed substantial rights of ownership in the station at the time whoa he was arrests ( and imprisoued on the charge of stealing stock (sheep) from that station. Tiie sub stantial question In the present action Is. whether his arrest was made with reasonable and probable cause, and was so made by the ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS SEFORE HILARY TERM. NEW COURT HOUSE.—THURSDAY, NOV. 3. (Before his Honour Mr. Justice Barry, and a Special Jury of Twelve) GLASS v. JONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

THE COURTS. SUPREME COURT. ciytt snruros Bgrons &ilebt tibie. New Codst BOtt^a—Touuoat, Nor. 2.'' (Before Mb Honour Mr. Juetloe Binry, wad * Sptcla) Jury of Twelve) olios, t. jone. This action was broughtto recover oora peneatlon.for lope atutalnoi by the plaintiff, In consequence of a numfar of bis sheep md| infected fay eesh through the n<*U genoe of the defendant ■" The declaration alleged that the plaintiff*e isbeep were clean, and that a number ofacabby afaeep .belong ing .to the defendant Lad, by wrongfaiatul Improper coudoct.pn the pari of the de fendant intermingled, amongst them, and Infected them with the diseaea Mr. Fellows, Mr. AeptoaJI, and Wr.O. -Smyth Mwared-fortbepUlntlfftMr.Mk' Q.C, Mr. Ifeland, Q.C, Mr. Dawson, and Wood were coonial iar ibedef-nilsnL The plaintiff fe Mr. pngh (Hats, and_ il ^*tWaiata<infa; batMioate.-wheitorfh fay theatrtdenoejcdbUoM fcereilfel -jst—jl -seqnsntJy t^«n®Mreafri>mTeort»,viffoena». ^tMjyoUaetafa^ at tnl...

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

TRANSPORTATION. The residents of Emerald hill met on Mon day evening, in the local Town hall, to pro test against the farther continuance of trans portation to Australia. The Mayor (Mr. \Vr. Tbistlethwaite) occupied the chair; and all classes of the community were repre sented in the numerous attendances Oa the motion of Mr. H. Oreswick, M.L.A, se conded by the Rev. E. B. Dickinson, the meet ing unanimously declared that it was thg dnty of the inhabitants of the borough of Emerald-hill to join In the remonstrance now being made by the people of this oolong against the continuance of transportation to Australia. It was also resolved, upon the motion of the Rev. E. G. Pryce, seconded by Mr. J. Scott, to co-operate effectually in the movement by memorialising the Queen and the Imperial Parliament on the subject; and memorials similar In composition to those framed by the Anti-transportation League were adopted. Mr. Pryce, speaking from bis Tasmanian experience, drew a vivid picture of ...

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

POET OF HOBAET TOWN. Oct. SI.—Free Truer, fur Port Albert. Nov. 2.—Boomerang, for Geelong; Lady Deuisoa, for Lytteltoc ; Eucalyptus, for Adelaide.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT OF SYDNEY. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

POET OF SYDNEY. Not. S.—Nepikul, for Bong hong.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. HOBSON'S BAY. ARRIVED.—NOV. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

SHIPPING. JIOBSON'S'sBAY, ARRT7ED.—Hot. S> Edict, ».x, John T. Bofll, from Portland, Nt Fairy, and WtnotiDbN) tth Inst, Pmmiw ssJoon: Mr*, and Mia Heoty, Mr. and Mra. Bather land, Mr*. Weston, Mr*. Cramer, Misses Taylor and Richardson, Hon. W. 0, Balnea, far. 0. Lena, Rer. J. B.Snritb,&ev.—TuckfieJd, MeeexJ. A: iTftiaraoa. Bocd, Badnall, Ritchie, Pearce, Mstfaew, Mlldret; and twelve in the steerage. 8.0. Boot/, agent. Kosciusko, Aberdeen dipper Une ship, l,19i tons, Cberlea fctuart, from London 6th August. Pauoa sera—cabin: Misses Abbot (three), Misa Board man, Miss Johnston, Mrs. fitoarL Mr. and Mra. Harris, family(iwo), and servant; Meear*. Davis, finodgrau, H&swetl, sne D&Hoc. Pxlgctyand Go., agent*. . Royal Shepherd, xx> trim. Port1 Albert 4th Inst. Passengers- cabin: Messrs. Murphy, Thornton, Catok pole, Ingles, M'&enrie, Crisp, Logan; and tec in the steerage Nov. 6. Aldlnga, a,*., 600 tons, John Steuart, from Adelaide 4th Inst. Passengers—...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Australasian Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. n» Anrtrrimtan Office, Toudej Evtuioff. The Import market opened without any feeling of animation or Improvement in prioe*, and transactions beyond the extent of the auction sale* hare been generally of unimportant extent Ibe lookad-for arrival of the m and the uncertainty of the pro* posed alteration of the tariff rtduoe tcaneactloni to amount of actual requirements; and although stocks in dealers'hand* are known to ba comparatively tight, there ceema to be no dtopodUon to Anuoan them. Draught alee are In improved Inquiry, and meat pre ferred brand* are nleauM at from £6 ,1ns. to £7 he. per hbd. Joule1* *Up>e ale baa been Parted, with at £7. Draught stout remain* in somewhat moderate in quiry, but at firm prioe*. Bottled ale It in but limited requeaft, but stout la gins ha* beau more freely in quired for. hlecbtaVtemsdhas brought*)*-fid., and a parcel of MO.oaaes Jtyam'e atout to band has been placed at 0*. per dosea. CandJo* are turner and in...

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

POET OF NEWCASTLE. Nov. 4. Glensbee, for Melbourne. Nov. 8.—Derwent Hunter, for £an Fraadsca ; Blackbird, for Melbourne. Tue Black Ball thip Royal Dane, with the first de tachment of naval and military Invalids from New Zealand, sailed on Tuesday, for London. Hie accom modation is first-rate, having been fitted op under the] superintendence of Lieutenant Payne, fi.1T. The ship is In fine trim, and wfll no doubt make a quick passage. The ship Koodusko, of tite Aberdeen dipper line, from LondoD, arrived in Hobeon's Bay early on Saturday last. She passed through tbe Downs on the 6th of August, and on the 6th put into St. Helen's, Isle of Wight, where ahe landed a side seaman, and retailed on (he following day. Famed the Lisani on the 11th, at ten p.m., with the wind from B.W. The Island of Madeira me passed on the SSrd; then had northerly winds, and no N.E. trades, but on the 80th, when in 1st 14deg. N.» sBONBtasd a eevere gale front N.W., veering to W.8.W. The equator was crowed in Jt...

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

POET OF LAUNCESTOH. Nor. C—-Thom&J Brown, for Dunedin.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BALLARAT MEETING. (FROM THE BALLARAT SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

A BALLXRAT MEETING; k«*- I «*»>*» tuxuuu »vw.X nMHogtort .. ./•«*;•«» Wi ■ Jtfaft JMtitUfel MWhrfaM f ,#Ss^5»«i_ - km ■ totan y»b|l'tanawi#jB^«hii^^| ■ ' Kwitfr ttood *jb**i«'jiiiii(«Wi#ifc;j k *JSHiVr j •win vamtunem \ *oi^J(G*klB.] ami I Intend to say it. .(Uproar.) I will talk until midnight, and it will not hurt me. (Booing end cheering.). Gentlemen and ravagfs-UromendoQs cheering)—men vf Baliarat, fellows lrom Bnngeree—(cheers and hisses),—I have had opportunities of belpg known before this. (Hisses nnd whistling.) 111. Rodiir.—Sergeant Lamer, take that man with the brown hat into custody. (i'his was done amidst great applause, hisses, and cries of" Bravo, Rodirr.") The Chaiiman.—1 call upon the constables, and empower them to arrest anyone. Con stable, b.'ing Mr. Dwyer here. Mr. Dwyer I tell you, Mr. Rodier, to shut. up; you are a hired servant of the public, and out of your place. (Cheereon j uproar.) Mr. Rodier Lamer, i oommand you to bring that man Dwyer here. (Tumult an...

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

THE ELECTIONS. ELECTION RIOT AT KILMORE. (FROM THE KILHOBE EXAMINER.) Kilmore will again resume its position as the most " rowdy" spot in the colony, after the disgraceful rioting which took place on Thursday. Every man who had taken even a moderately active part in opposition to Ur. OtShanassy stood in the greatest danger after about half-past three p.m. A mob of Irishmen had congregated round the poliing place during the day, and until the afternoon there was a fair sprinkling of Ur. Service's friends, some of the Utter bang frequently threatened, and occasionally ligntly assaulted. Ac about half-past three o'clock Mr. Thomas Pexman went to record bis vote, and on coming cnt of the polling-booth about thirty blackguardly Irishmen commenced to insult him, and finally set upon him, aud struck and kicked him in a most brutal manner. The mob was finally cleared from around him by the po lice andtwoor three of Mr. Servtce'seupporters. He was then allowed to go away, but was a second ti...

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

GUANO. TO THE EDITOR OF THE A"CSTRALASl AH. Sir,—In The Australasian of the 29th instant appears a letter from " A Farmer on the Bet Bet," complaining of the results ob tained from the use of some Bird Islaud, South Sea Island, and Flat Island guanoes purchased in Ballarat. As sole agents for BaJlarat and its district for the genuine Bird Island guano, imported by Messrs. Gustavo Bcckx and Co., Melbourne, we beg to be allowed, through the medium of your valuable paper, to disclaim any connexion with the Flat Islaud Guano Company which professes to sell the three above-named manures alluded to by the "Fanner on the Bet Bet." i We are, &c^ i Ballarat, Oct. 31. J. V. XAEXE & CO.

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAKE WENDQUREE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE AUSTRALASIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

LAKE WENDQUREE. to m dims or tub icsiemeu*. 8ir,—Hiring read die few numbers of your ernellmtly aitmnged weekly paper that hare been already iuued, and finding yon lure apace dcroted to auit the tastea of all elaaaea of readwf, I r . _J trouble yon with • few < leaarkf .ahoald yon' think tbemworth fea inarrtimvjayour paper. Baring fcita * oonaJdemWe tone .up the1 «ounbry^<mt ctf-the aigfat of aait water or boat- 1 ing, andfearingh Ktile time to epan, I came - down aa far a> Ballaret, where they are anekiqgefiehwftiawlMata amall ahaheirpooi, Jake Wendotttae, amd talking of yachting ant1 regattM,"#a. Oom wbat I had read lately t' eipectedto abeeiiinethinggreet, but in *ifiy ■ opinion 41% b'tiMai a>% ia, for after a eapaize, and they are nunuftMai, aman eab alwajrt walk eahMi oune the wurae. Being'undar way, I ateitaa fat Melbaarne bjrall, and got * out at Oeehmg before Itfcocght I wo* lightly etarted.,w^n«tohtml»«u*'tramBfrom long, and was only launched abo...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALVER HILL v. PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 12 November 1864

MALVEBNHILL r. PKINCE OP WALES. This match was played on the QiU ground, and resulted in an easy victory for the local team, for whom B. Boom bowled admirably. Annexed is the score :—• Pbikce or Wales. Jones, b Boom 13 £. Kennedy, b Hall 3 Wilkinson, b Doom 7 Dufi, b Doom 3 Schaw, run out 6 J. Talnuee, b Doom 9 G. Kennedy, b Boom 1 E. Talmage, b Doom 0 Gorman b Hall 0 Heuilenon, nut out.. 0 Morris, b Doom 0 Bye _1_ Total 43 :Mal%i3Cc-hiia. W. dandier, junr., not out 41 P. Whit*, c Kennedy, b Duff .. 13 R. Boom, c Kennedy, b Duff .. .. 1 J. Richarasou, c and b Duff 0 H M. Doom, c Join*, b Dnff .. 1 W. Chandler, •our., b Kennedy .. .. 13 ■ W. Stanton, e Jones, b Duff .. 14 R. Fouter, not out 3 Sundries \ 13 Total ( with four wickets to fall) 99 St. Hilda v. East Melbourne.—The Second Elevens of these clubs met on the St. Kildn Ground. The match resulted in a draw, although it will be seen that East Melbourne had the heat of it. For them, Eggle stone scored 17, Symonds 17, Plutntser IS...

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

MELBOURNE T. EAST MELBOURNE. These date took advantage of the holiday on Wednesday to continue the match they partially played on Saturday, the 22nd alt As it was expected to be one of the best club matches of the season, cricketers will scarcely need reminding that each side had had oue innings—the Melbourne Cricket Clab having scored 107 to East Melbourne's fiftv-five—and that the younger dob had made fourteen towards their second innings' score, without any of their men being displaced. On Wednes day, the metropolitan ground was orier than it has hitherto been this season, and was in all respects in first class condition. So true a wicket was obtained that large scores were predicted from the oommenoement, and the result xnoie than confirmed the correctness of the opinion. The details of the scoring are as follow East Vzbsonurs. second onuses. W. 8. Rees, 1 b w, b fellows ..70 Phillips, c Kelly, b E. A'BeckeU.. .. 36 II Thereon, c Turner, b B. W. Werdill .. 11 O. Tail, c Coaattck...

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

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. (TBOK O0B OWJI OOEBCIFOIDUm.) SYDNEY.Fmdat. .' To-night's GaulU contains a notification of the issue of the writ* for,the new elections. The write ere returnable on the 24th * of January. Nearly i.-vpry constituency Is likely to he warmly contested. Tire, mem ben of. the Mutual Provident Society have decided to leave the qneatlon of bonns to officer* in the hand* of the direc tor!. Mr. Jacques haa been appointed registrar genexal, via Mr. Rolleston. Tbe Government have commuted the aen tences of Carter and Foster, condemned to death for rape, to batd labour on tbe coada for five years and three years respectively. Bneineee quiet. Flour firmer. Wheat in demand; considerable Inquiries for Ade laide, but no sales effected. Arrived.—Dart, from New Zealand ; Lady Young, from Brisbane. Sailed.—Noe, for Shanghai. ADELAIDE, Friday. The Attorney General has Mated in the Legislative Assembly that the Government knew some months ago of the rumoured In tention of Russia ...

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