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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. February 27, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
ESCUUT TO Miil.UOUltNK. February 27, 1857. f 7S. '1 WtS. From Bcechwortti.. ViJ2& 0 anil A3,300 lOe ltucUhuul.... Mrool«hcd ... Total... 11,1 £>7 0 X3.000 10t To Heeetnvnrth, ozs. (l*Vt>i. Fram Ynchan>l.n»luh ' S08 10 JG lUieklmid 713 3D Woolshed "I'i-'S;il 1252 0 £ The "Kfcrri Hi coiiits ri'|>ic?i'Muig the ijtir cels B'-nt from tho several Gold Olllces, n* ubuve uie numbered as under, viz. - From To Ikcrtivorlh 7,283 7,SCO Htlcl; (uMrl Wouinhed 43 ,47 Tiie next Otiverimient Kseort' will lcav&lt; Mnecinvnrt:i on KiMny, March 13. l'urcpla to lii- iruiuum'ted thereby will us received :;t l)ie (i&lt;il J Ollieo until 2 o'clock p.m. of the preceding day. The culkciimis on itccouut of Revenue for .Minerx' Uijihis, liiiMi.es>* Licwifces, nuH ChiueHo TickctH, for ihe w.vk ending th« 21st Feb,, amount to £207 OH. from till the gold iit.UU of ihia district. The in 0;.- CJwUi Ollico, Jhmo1> worth, «»»i thi* -'1st iust., were - On! 13,17-1 oti/.cI » d-...
THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1867. OUR MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
THE 0 i*nfc 0Bnrra# V IT B LI Sir ED DAILY. MONDAY," MARCH 2, 1667. OU« Wk hive refrained for some time from : noticing the many remarks which have reached our ears resjiectin# the pro longed absence of Mr Cameron 'rem the" legislative Assembly. We have nl-o refused to print several letters which have been sent to us for publica tion, commenting on tlie apparent nej-k'Ct of great public duties. . Nov withstanding the vast importance of the subjects wnieh have been under dis cn-sion during tho last Uo months, we felt that some consideration'-Was^duc to the peculiar and unfortunate position in which Mr Cameron was placed, and having been amongst his most, zealous 'supporters at the last election; we were a ixious to allow hnn on such an occa sion the widest limits compatible with the interests of his constituents. But the time for silence has, in our opinion, now pissed, and we believe that we are only discharging our duty in thus pub licly inquiring,-whether Mr Cameron w unuls to ret...
LETTERS D[?]TAINED FOR POSTAGE [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
LETTKKS J>".TAIMit> FOU lN;STA(;i: 0 lift:.-, V\'m. I 'tiirv. ?Sj.u^c/ .... T C., Y;.Ji.n.ah Ver.;u.iu», 'Ihb.i., LiUJU, . I'ra*cr, -viwiid. 15., Sydney Oreeri, Mr, I.uti-ohc- s.iect iiiindor-ioii, J.iuj« 3. Sydney .... ilrppctl »i, Davis, Yueliumlawliih lU'iitor, Du\i>', Col in-- y»d ."Miti? . ... ». » r:&lt;-V, i\iH.»rut ? ? : .J S Jiicy
THE MOVEMENT AT BALLARAT. EXAMINATION OF THE ACCUSED MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
TllK MOVKMKvT AT HAI.l.AitAT. - ]. X AMIXATION ' K Till'. ACCUSKD .MIX HUH. AT the Hallarat Police Ollice on Tiles (];iv, Henry Hretherton, .T0I111 Osborne, Willi mi Norton, John Harrison, .lohn \| !)(>. Iilil, (U'in-.;c M \ewniail, .lames f.iidl.w, George Pearson, Daniel rhi>i»:>s, and (icorge lUvau, were c- nt.'fil with nnlawfiillv riotously lis-embHng i n the i>"ird instant, and fil inn 11 p a certain shult, and also n.-ing tli'eatening l-iiigunge to one Mr Wilsh appeared for the first four ori-oners, Mr Cope tor the next three, and Mr Dunne li>r the lasj three. Thomas Hooper deposed 1 "m !l miner living at Ballarat. I remember last Sntitidiiy. I «'ns on my c.iiim, on the (-Seidell Point Lead ; MX men ns de'ei;ate.s from » meeting eanie to me. I recognise Newman us one of die men. Newman hud twenty or thiity men with ' him.' 1 ho first thing thejr did WHS to throw logs into the thait. i hey SI,id nt first that we weie to knock oft working, or they would fill in the...
THE LAND LEAGUE. OPEN AIR MEETING AT SEBAS. TOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
TIIK IiA.Nl) LEA GUIS. Ol'KX-.UU MUKVIMU AT SKUAS ToPOl.. Tin; miners of ;-eba.,tnpol and oilier parts of thj WooL.^a, were summoned 10 attend a public meeting to be held i" the open air on S.tiirdiy afternoon, in the im media e vicinity -&lt;f tie- tomjer olare- but &lt;»>>"« t» ,i"' "»»"ltiil>lr hour named (three o'clock), wlren the ,, ioritv «t the working nicii are lalior i"..' in" tUi' claims, the proceedings, thm-di delayed nearly an hour, com with but a scanty audience. The number °t linUuevs iiKvea^cu, I) wever, as tlie time lor " knocking (i!T" drew nigh, ami before they ternu n .ted, » goodly mtister of diggers bow te-iimuiiy to the interest they Hike in this vital question. The meeting was h'Id on the hill close to the Roman Oa tlinliu chapel, ii dray doing duty as « platform lor the -chairman. nnil the speakers. . Mr Kin" was lmiiiiunousty called to the chair. "After stating that the meet ii.ir was the result of one held m the early part of the w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
HASK "N'OTICK. O s r.tul ni'icr ti.e'Jlst ci'.i-ri-ut, tlw tY'Ujw'mg U1 clo^o Oti SATURDAY, nt 2 o'clock Ft.r the Bank of New South W dos : 1>AYID MUHISON, Forth*1 Bank of Viet"im : T. YOUXO, Malinger. Vol flio London Chartered E:uik : G.ALEX. CHALMKLTS, Miuwuer. lirtch worth, 7th lVjrn,\ry, 1 N"i 7. -11 -'l N O T t r. li. OITII FiiiMs an 1 tho Public: gcnor.iUy of TAUHANUANDAH iivo rtujirctfully iufiiniK-1 that nrr,,i)goim»U huve lnwii made in- wliuh thin Jounul will bo f.nvuiilcd "DAILY TO THE ABOVE DISTIUCT.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
"bus1 J IE v 3 " DIRECTORY. "TvrllS Tinsmith, Uk;h street, A t 'h'v-Vtl., mar the anil every description of Tje«r'l t,, order; till and galvanised ,vholesa!e, warranted sound. ,;n liucki't"&lt; «11111 ] 7ti 22f> J-& (.&lt;>.. Oencrnl -A Mcrcbant-s. Can,,. -troot, IU^.r«h T7"t \&lt;1 li(l°; /jd : ?^jp.rllWOK'ril 8ubnrl»;ifi Freehnli H J,mill for sale. Plana mid particular: I.-iml Oilier, 2, Cam]i street. £jl lO? .. _ I'.- M/ivr iiAN'irOK 'NEW SOUTH WALKS, Ford K H'-c-hwortli. n*. 223 T) ASK 01' VKfl'OUIA, Ford-Klreot nnd H John Fnrrnn, Monre'er I 409 223 | JnlTl'K mi'l COOK, Carpentera, Builders, II olrrt.i! er*, Timber Merchants, flT-ro-it" Mitrrin/ Ailrrr/ix, :! SJ M K 1) I C A b. | S-.JJ, PON'I'KN limy l>o comtullcd nt the A J J'frrmiisoiia' Anna, Iligh street, Ticeoh wtli. W> gC2 | nAllTlll':;\VAitK unci GLASS, whole \jj rale, the largest as.iortmont in the Coin lies nt J. StJiriv.iiy'H, 175 Ureat Bourkestreot ut,' Melhounic. IQfi 2UB |...
BEECHWORTH Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
UEVXUWOKTII Wholesale Pricas Current Flour. A..l&lt; hiiliM'CT to" Do Fi m ( i Do s Sugar-( v.- mj">!v ...-I". Bright to a:',r .. do. Itati.'ll ..«ui. Tea- -l'.!iwk...i«-r cli-'it Groon Hico-l'n na... i'Di" '.>'» Carolina do. 60 0 Candles - Patent - Sperm......... per lb. 0 AdiiTnantine do. 0 Tullo'.v do. 0 SJnttor - Fri'sli do. 0 Coik do. 0 Salt Col,..ib! do. 0 Eess I--'1 HI. KlL'ii-i).. J C"! 0 l> 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 1 4 0 10 3 fl 8a. Do. limns-Kii.rlWi do. Amoiicuu Coitus «>». Suit tl,'. Tobacco, liaiTutt'rt ...UO. Putntoorf do. Ouion* do. Dried AiijJfs do. PickU'a.(i|M:irt.-)[ic-t'doz. Do....(}>mt:&lt;) do. Snlmon (lib. tins) &lt;Io. Oysters do do. 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 4 0 0 14 *0 J 0 0 1 10 0 Lobsters......do. do. J 7 ,0 Sardines, (irs do. 0 12 0 Soap Colonlul, per t:\vt. 3 2 0 Jlaiiillu Cignrs, No. 2, per 1000 : 4 10 0 Shovels-Louy bundles per doz. 4 0 0 Short ditto ..do. 3 10 0 Picks do. 3 fli 0 Hoy ....per ton 28 , 0 0 Oats ...
PRO[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 March 1857
rHC'v* V i" '1 1 «'.l'1' *'" . FOR London* VIA S:*'A;;D . . rniAJirr^s. Ivm-oi-tMu, :«lMUt > il: March. Foil LoNPf.v.-Ki'xi'uii-h Ca-t-c. 2 >lh March , C.Tfur ^o.McMVov. v.\vV: ; l-Vances JUiity. early ; Kout, in Mnvh. Fon I.ivKurooT; --S.n'.Hninn. in Mnreli. Fou H.vv.a:. -l>n:-vi ,y Tromt', in March. Fon Nt:\v Voijk.- Jo ne'.ti\ J.'th March. ^ Foil BOMII.w - Turrets early ; I For MAi'uulr.s.-V'ulertrm, cru'ly. Fou Cai'k o:1 Good Horn. - Elizabeth, cnrlv. FOR COLOMBO -tfleouore, early. Por SiSGAroun.-Sliuckla, oftily.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 March 1857
- ..sxr.nF/r Tinnrv-TrntKi; FEET fp.ontaok to Camp street, opposite Dr. Crawford's coit3g9. For Tarticuiars aw )v t» r j. K. ORAY nnd co .. . Koi'KUTY, Ford TTIOR Sale by r-riv.-.to Contract, that fir?? BRICK STORK, now occupied by Mack-'.y, Miller and Mackay, Ford street. h*vorth. The «d&lt;re is '"..v:- m" tl:e Nrz-:4?* .''nd Vc.-t built in the to-.vn. in an t-xc'/Jvut i.-v.uty. -nu TFell aUripto 1 v.i, quiring rxt'-n-ivtf j r':^: ?-..-*. it r.-cjn^ sy re-ji br S3. * Api-IvtoJ. H. OKAY *nd CO., £62 ' A"C-:r.j;ctrs. F-.rd «ir»-et. F rnoi'Er.TY, OR SAT.K l.T I'l.v :o C. n'riof, the tic firtb o j : '.1 l*v Messrs. M'-' r«* .' r.nd Mr. Cnt.iiic Bow occujded *'y Mr. Scar th* 0. .V. A&lt;\-&lt;r!h:r OfTico The houso i« ' -rilt of .*V-s ar.rt *'. iherboards w:t?» thin.') ? .? fn age of 20 ft &lt;;? t'» F.-: d -«r-1 r. v-vA li.d.t way t»f 0 ?V.t a: -id .. I* .??-'??'A :?. I f.-r present use. &lt;>r a!ry uii.re a g-.-.-d stand is an olj-.c:. Title...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 March 1857
TO-MoliROW,WEDNESDAY J^T QUAY'S SALE YARDS, A mob of -BROKEN and UNBROKEN HOUSES, At eleven o'clock. COO 019 ON. SALE; At ,T II. GRAY & CO.'S Auction Mart. TWO LARGE SIZE, NEW BAGATELLE TABLES, V/ITH CUSS, BALLS, &c., COMPLETE. 7X8 DISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE is hereby iiivcii, that the partner abip liitbcirto existing in the Ovens district between II. &lt;!. SQUIEH and R. H. MUItTON, is this day DISdOLiVIJD by mu tual consent. 11. H. MUllTON will roceivc nil monies due to, and settle all claims against, the above finn. . H. C. SQUIEH. It. II. ilirUTON. 2nd March, 1857. 706 109 MELDR.UAI v OLIVER. TAKE NOTICE, rjHIAT I will, on WEDNESDAY next, X set up and SELL, various BOXES, seized by me, under virtue of this -writ. FRANCIS CAIIR, Special Bailiff. Bcecliworth, 3rd March, 1857. 710 198 . FOR SALB. ' ONE-SIXTH SHARE (N o CLAIM on the NAPOLEON FLAT, 1 Apply to CHARGES WALLIS, on the Claim. . 709 180 IMP0V7>P13D afc Wnncarattn, 12th Fob., 1857. Ouo yC...
ADELONG CREEK DIGGINGS To the Editor of Ovens and Murray Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 March 1857
f ADJiJ.UXG CRKHK DICiCHNOS Tit t/iV ftdi' lS of tli'i (JWIA MWitJ titer. .Sin ; - Tnu mining jn.pul iiian in j - Ui»*ricc am prof},My uti t e qui vivc, Iro... the intelligence of these diggings in the G-Jul/iuru Chronicle of tnu llkli instant. 'h-j paragraph therein contains reports ' , '&lt;;riy witho it foundation, I or auctit'nS u>>. ' . . . . ' , . " ituhlicity with a \OU Will inM tllln ? ° \ K. , .'isnnwnt vnr.v to preventing the certain... meiit ol those who may contemplate visiting this locality. 1 shall not enter into particulars to prove tlie article alluded tu mi unlrutn, nor tre-pass upon y.mr valuable space beyon-l remarking, ?.fiat I Have ocsn three years upon thii rieiu, tnat it never was a yood diggings and that ut tlie present time it is con sidered as wrought nut, and upon the .vuole venture tu assert that its wretched condition cannot he surpassed hy any in t ie colony. Tlie paragraph is the off spring ol publicans and storekeeper and ? uy mem concoc...
Original Correspondence. THR POLICE COURT AND THE CLERK OF THE PEACE. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 March 1857
; jfjrisiiral &lt;Sam.sp&lt;rirt«iWf. THR POLICE COUItT AND TIIH CLERK :, , ' OP THB TE.-VCK. To -''the Editor of Uio.'.Owm awl Hurray A ilreriiicr. Stn:-Ah n subscrihcr to jour journui i ief|(ie«tthe favor'at ynnr inserting: this in your next i*suu. 1 nm not fond of niulin- fuult Wit'j public tcrrnnts, win art- often tlic objects of undessrvinl ensure: but in the present instuica I think you will \ii;li me tint" I am only tloisi.r an not of public «i>od by ex. pDsin^ (lie im'ihc misconduct of n public scrv uit. The fnet* are th.-c : -On Fri ll iy 1 'ii-t I Ivi'l to appear in n c:ise nt the 1'iilic,: Cull it, mid when giving my in my Ui the lit-.'irii, I wii« intc ;i:i(l cr"Sa-v\ utii'n''! in t.lu- ir -rnyApd i.cii nvinsu-r ii. Mr\\r."' sinjviti ' licn-'i. Kin."' th-e'erk of I - runt ik' ' .."fir; iriy )i:!!ti uboiit v,.; "t n ' . tVlice (,'oure 'j11-ii)? ? - -, I | ,],'ii ,osa to liiiti^.* &lt; v I. > t:ic r Mr Wnl 1 ' , nmon;; ill . «:n»lri:?Sioity of...
To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 March 1857
tho Editor of tho Omu and Murray Advertiw* Sru,- iVili ymi p*.rri»n my intrusion in thus .taking up voiir tiinu and also your spaco wit!) this letter. Having rend your »vcry nblu and judicious remarks upon our pre-enl member, Mr Cameron, in this day's puper, I for one perlectly ngnc with, all you in reference to the course which our representative lias sten fit to pursua of lute. However much I aym p:nh-Me with Mr Cameron in his reeeiu iilisnfitory, ?till I do not consider tliom as u sufficient exCL'te f ,r. the spirit nf indifference to the interests of his | constituents' which he bus. exhibited 1'itely. I luld that when Mr Camei on found he could not flMeml, in his pi,ice in the Assembly by reason of his misfortunes in business, he, ns an 'honest man, was bound to communicate tin? sama to the constituency, and allow them cither to express themselves s itis fied with what he could do for them or [ elect another who, would be inn p°v" tion to attend to their interests properlv. Suc...
THE UNREPRESENTED DISTRICT OF THE OVENS. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 March 1857
TUE ONKKi'iilSSENrjiU D13TIUGT Oi' THti OVKNCS. To th ! JSJitur of tho Orens and Murray Ad . .. vertUct'. Snt:-I t/innoiajipiiincl Mr Ilali W'lio s-tight at l ist Saturday's meeting to sc-iccti Mr CaiiK-ron upon the ground of piivate difficulties, which it is surmised have tended to withhold that respect, due f'ro,n n representative to his consti tutiiita. It is not my intention to under rate .Mr Cameron in li;e eyes of his constituent, as that gentleman has ever maintained his position on the whig or liberal side of the house; but it is ??a remarkable fact that since his' return under thy new constitution he has never, with-trie exception of one occa sion (I allude to tire division on Mr. DtilFv's Members' Qualification Bill), tikcji part in the proceedings of the Assembly. This you will acknowledge is unjust, considering how essential it H that the people's representatives should be there and prevent if pns-ible the repelilion of u similar defeat to (hat recently experienced by th...
ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. February 27, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 March 1857
ESCORT TO MiaiKiUUNK. Februtiry 27» 1857. OK.H. fhvtS. From Becchworth., 13,726Oam! £3,300 10B Buckhtml.... Wooluliod.... Total ...14,697 0 £3,000 10B To Becchworth, * om. ilwtK* . From Yachandanduh * 608 10 £ Bucklfind 743 10 Woolahed Total 1252 0 £ Tho Escort K&lt; ceipts representing the par cels Bent from the several Gold Offices, as above arc numbered as under, viz.-. From To Bcechworth . 7,293 7,300 Uucfchind Woolehcd 43 47 The next Government Escort will leave Beeuhtviirth on Friday, March 13. lVrcels to he tranniniued thereby will oe received at the Gold Oflieo until 2 o'clock p.m. of the preceding day. The collection* on account of "Revenue for Miners' Ki.jM*, BoKii.ess LicenRcs, and CkhiG?c Tickt'ls,, f«-r the w"« k ending tho 21st Feb., amount to £207 0*. from nil the gold ihhh. of di.»uit:. The deposit* in tV.,- Mold Officv, Beech worth. on th Cist in«t,, wen* - Onld 13,174 ou.-.o-s Iti dwts .uid Cash, £12,452 showing ;&lt; de^icu-o in the amount oj Gold ...