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THE BALTIC. Hamburg, 24th Dec. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

THE BALTIC. Hamburg, 21th Del'. The city of Copenhagen litis born vinitod by a very eltcnaivo conflagration on tlio night of tlio 20th instant, origina: ing in the inanufac tury for tlio preparation of chicory, eitnat; in the immediate vicinity of the hxchmifje. It extended to several contiguous lmildin.v, nnd evin threatened the ,«fety of government ftr,d pa at . Christiaii3l.org. Several largo 'tores of good* nnd an extensive porcelain warehouse lm\o boon completely destroyed.

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1857. PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

THE iisitf ^sjrrni? Hfcbcrtiscr. I' U B L1S1IKI) DAILY. 3 VTORDAY, MAKCH 21, 1857. PARLIAMENT A R Y HEPRE3EKTA TIGS. Una Ovens District and ihe Eastern j.'rovince within which it is situated, VtH: both in an anomalous position. i'.e member for die former is either unwiiliiid or unable to attend to his ji.'j'i; Iifiitary (inti.» n.l t'.tc interests ui .... v.h'.lc of its inhabitants are in fconscqosnca neglrcted. In point of fact we era deserted, and indebted for every little bit of attention to oar wants on the patt of the Government, to the kind efforts of other parties, while the mnn who was paid with money and general confidence for the labors he undertook, coldly looks on and forgets the district altogether, until reminded of its existence by the importunities of some of its leading men, whom he has made to feel the whole strength of his business incapacity and folly, not to use any harsher term. Notwithstand ing these weighty circumstances, one of the speakers at the meeting ' ...

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NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

NAPI'ES. A rtcopotoh received at Fans, from mentions! that an explosion of the P^0'" marina neat the King » palaco had Ufcon place, which wiwi tho result of a plot.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Wednesday, 18th march, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

MUNIOll'AL CuU.NClI,. WednsFtlny, IStli I\Iarcb, 1857 Present - li it-bard .Mellisli, Ksq., Chairman, Councillors Robertson, mul Winter. Tim minute* of the last meeting were rcail nnd continued. The Town ('lerk then read the fol lowing correspondence received since the last meeting. A letter from the Hon. Commissioner of Public Works suiting that the Resi dent Warden had been requested to hand over the lite Gold ltcceiver's premises to the Council for ollices, Sec. . A letter from the Resident Warden making an sippoi itment to comply with that reqties . The To ,-n Clerk reported that he, hail, on the l-l'.h instant, received the key and (io . io i of the premises from th.' He iilent Warden. A letter from tile Chief Secretary stating that the Council's bye-liw, No 7. respecting the removal of bodies from the oi l :;ravc yard to the new cemeler, Irnl Ii.mi handed to the Central Hoard of Ileal.h for its opinion. Letters Iron .h- .1.>!.i> JJr.-idv, .Mr Michael lleih rt, Mr Albert ...

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CHINA. THE POISONING ATTEMPT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

CHINA. THE rOISONINCJ ATTEMPT. WE have Hong Kong paper* to the 21st. of j January, boing~six days inter than our previous j advices from thence, The Friend of Chum J of the latest date contains tho following, in J reference to tho poisonings :- _ ' THANKSGIVING SERVICE.-As anticipated, at | the services in St, John's Cathedral on Sunday ' last, special thanks were returned for those I who had been "spared and mercifull} deliver ed in tho hour of imminent danger." MEDICAL INVESTIGATION.-At the Police Court, Mr May, superintendent of police, as sisted by tho Honorable Mr Mercer, Colonial Secretary, M.L.C., took depositions in tho poisoning case. Tho first witness sworn was J)r. Dempster, Colonial Surgeon, whodopced R3 follows I had bread for my family from tho shop of the prisoner (E?ing) ; now in dock. About ten minutes past eight o'clock on tho morning of the loth instant, soon after eating some of tho bread at bre k fast Mrs Dempster told me that aho felt giddy and flick at tho sto...

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POLICE COURT. Friday 20th March. (Before R. O'H. Bourke, Esq., J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

POLICE COURT. Fridaj'i 20th March. (Before R. O'U. Hourke, E$q.,J.P.) D1UJNK ANli msor.DKRI.Y. Peter Covle was brought up on this charge by Constable Tho.nas Wilson, who stated tint tlie prisoner had used very insulting language to persons passing by in ilie street. Fined 20s, or twenty-four hours' im prisonment. LUNACY. Charles Ashwin was brought up on this charge and discharged on the evi dence i f Dr Murphy, with a caution from th? Bench t.i be more careful in future, as the officers had something else to do than be taking cave of persons who choose to drink themselves into madness, WAGKS. Patrick Brcman v, Hugh Hunter. A claim for £9 3s 4d, balance of wages as laborer at Wooragay station. The defendant did not appear. The 13encl) made an order for the amount claimed, in default distress, and in default of distress fourteen dayt-' imprisonment. WAOKS. Henrv Fagan v. Edward Pitman. A claim for £5 10s, balance of wages for working on a clai^n at the Wool shed at £(> per week. In...

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PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

PRUSSIA. nritLiN, Dcc. 1-2.-It 13 now umkrsteod tli.it tlio mnrringo of I'linco Frederick U 11 liam, which wits fixed for tlio IStli 61 Ocm l.or next (the J'rinco's birtlid.\v), hns postponed, and will now lake plncu on tlio °lflfc of November, the day on which ttio Prinoo.M Jtoyal will complete her eeventeei.th year Arrangements have been mado for the completion by that timo of the alterations which nro being made in tlio I'ahce Utiter den Linden, formerly iuiiabited by the late King, rind now being fitted up for the residency yf the young couple. Soveral journals having stateel that the French Ambassador to thu court of Prussia. the Mnrquis do Moustier, ha? tak^n ofticinl atepa in support of Denmark against the proceedings of the German Diet in' the question of the duchies, it raay ho '.veil to undeceive the public, and to nnsure your readers that up to the present moment no thing whatever ban been done to justify Mich a statement.

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Six Days LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

(From the Aryu.« ) THE barquo India arrived at QuecnRoliffo on Tuesday, from Mauritius, after a splendid run of forty-one days. Sbo brings London pnpera to 2(Hh December, being twenty-two days later than by la^t mail steamer. Tho agents (Messrs Retard and Co.) have kindly placed papers of latest dates nt our (Geelong vtf/trr thcr's) disposal. The Orcrlaii'J Mail of December 26th gives tlio following summary of the previous week's There is little progress to report, and that pr.-tgro.ss is not of a very healthy character. There has been much politicnl discussion during tho fortnight. The now conferences have not assembled at P.iris, and it is not stated when they are to assemble. There has been some talk of difficulties obstructing tho arrangement-of States unwilling to take part in new congresses, and differences of opinion regarding points of procedure and tho real questions t<"> ho discussed. Hut the last ac counts spe ik of the removal of all threaten ing obstruct t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

SHIFFIH® INTELTilOETNCS. UruiouRNB. -. jflmVccS. - 18. - Fop Smit, froa lofcdon 15th December ; Colbert, S., froca Port Louis, Mauritius, loth February ; Oracle, from Hong Kosg, *24th January ; Summer Cloud, from Li verpool, 1st December. fxuted. - Match 16. - Hangerton, ship, for Ny ; Salcombe Castle, schooner, for Hong ivotig j Queen of the Seaa, ahip, for Guam ; Windsor, ship, for Bombay ; Ma lay, ship, for Singapore. FROJECTED DEPARTURES. i'A'i LONDON VIA. SUEZ AND SOUTHAMPTON. V Vmuibian, 15tli April. 1*\ . R ONDON. - Roxburgh Castle, 2-5th M.» . Kent, 24th M'.rcli; Crcsar God dfc . early ; Frances Henty, thiB day. FOR ' !:ar6oL. - Sardinian, in March ; Tu< i early ; Champion of the Seas, Api.. FOR :E.-l)nguay Trouin, in March. FOR . -BAY.-Acadia, early. FOR MAURITIUS. - iEueaa, Ben Venue, FOR jioNG Ko?«o.<-Independence, «arly. FOR i -nAroRn.-Berth*, tarty. Fo.il- :AVIA.-Neumuhlen, early.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

I DIRECTORY. 1TNOUS. Tindmjtl), street ) j j\ . Itccclnvi.rlb, near tho new lii-iilg,-! j j Steve pijiinp. pumps, a'id every closi-i-ij-.tionof I tinwaw, made <" "Vttr; till fliul t;alviinis«il I run buckctH, wholcrjle, wwnuited ,?mud. I _ 172 2-2!) | I CSTTCf 1)1} Moi.l? ft <'0" (.leneral J\ Merchant.",, Camp street, FJuecbu-orll), f <n(I at A delni<k>. _ 192 21(i BAKKWNKW SOOTH \VaLks, K(,r,j ftreet, TlrceliworHi. TO a'2.1 i>AXK OK VICTORIA, Ford-street and J (Jiuup-Htreet, John Farran, Ma 4S0 22S | ^LAKK mid COOK, Crrpenters, ' :." i Undertakers, and Timber XU- ,n appo.'ite Pmui and Murray A J. nffiw. Furd-ntrrot. _ii'-4 228 M K 1) I 0 A Ii. ,B. PONTKN may be consulted at the I Frctmanon,' Arron, High utreot, Boech- I TiTtk* 135 202 EAKTKKM WAKK and GLASS, whole Bale, th« largest assortment in the Colo nic, atJ. Stnnwny'e, 175 Great Bourkc-street'l (jjt) Melbourne. . _ 109 27U i ?j"T ABIIOTT and CO., "\\ holetnilo Mcr jjj . chant*...

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COMMERCIAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

COMMERCIAL HEXIAHKS. Our markets are again in a measure paralysed by the numerous failures nnd compoundings w Inch are occurring. Confidence is at a low ebb if it exist hi all, nnd many of the largest wholesale dealers are endeavoring to inaugurate a system of cash payments, ill order to guard against si mi La- consequences as those which are now so genera). Off ing to the general want of cash, and not to any other cause, is ttie decline in vaiious articles from last week's quota tions, to be attributed. In many in stances floods have been sold below ' cost price in order to realisr, A great quantity of goods is 011 Hie road, and heavy freights will have to be met in a few da. ;i. As a contrast to this alooiny picture of the general state of trade in Beech worth, it is our boimden duty to notice the remarkably high prices which goods sold at auction for cash hav* been fetching. Even goods sold under executions, which lvive been too fre quent of late,have realised in many cases price...

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BEECHWORTH Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 March 1857

BEECmVORTII Yt liolesale Prices Current £ s. d. £ a. lr{'>u- Adelaide.per ton 35 0 0 To l-'anny Cere.* 35 0 0 3G 0 1) o KUworCjMax.Gold's. 36 0 0 bu£ur-Co85iporo...do, 7^ 0 0 75 0 Bright counter ..do. 0"» 0 0 70 0 .Ration (dark) ...do. 53 0 0 Tea-Black...per chest 8 0 0 Uroeu . 7 0 0 Ulce-Putua.'f.1 per ton 3i< 0 0 JO U 0 "* Carolina.,.' do. 60 0 0 * Candles Patent - Sperm per lb. 0 1 8 0 19 Adamantine do. 0 14 0 16 Tallow do. 0 0 10 Gutter-Freeh do. 0 3 6 ? Cork do. 0 16 0 10 Salt Colonial do. 0 12 0 14 Eggs per doz. 0 8 0 0 9 8 Paeon, English...per lb. 0 16 L'h\ Colonial do. 0 14 Hams-English do. 0 16 0 18 American do. 0 14 0 10 Cheese, Colonial ..do. 0 10 0 18 UoiTeo i do. 0 1 G 0 19 ^alt do. 0 0 3 Tobacco, American,do. 0 3 4 0 3 0 Barrctl'a T«i8t...do. 0 4 0 Potatoes do. 0 0 4 0 0 5 Onions do. 0 0 6 Dried Apples do. 0 0 10 0 1 0 Fickle3.(qiiarts)perdoz. 14 0 -? X)o....(pints) ......do. 0 14 0 0 18 0 Salmon (lib. tins) do. 16 0 19 0 Oysters do do. 1 10 0 - Lobsters....

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A SLAVE INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 March 1857

A SLAVB INSURRECTION. Grc.it excitement prevails in the South West, owing to the insurrec tionary movements among the negroes, particularly at Franklin, Columbia, and Dover, Tennessee. Twenty-four mus kets and two kegs of powder had been found in the possession of a gang at Columbia, in Perry county, Tennessee. Fifteen negroes had betn killed by their owners, and at Dover, on the Cumberland river, eleven had been hung. One white man disguised as a negro had been whipped to death. It was thought a general uprising of the negroes would take place about the holidays, and the whites were arming and organising for defence. The following paragraphs contain the latest intelligence respecting the slave excitement in the South. The Marlborough Adrocatc sayB " Two slaves, the property of Mr Henry Dangerfield, were arrested and committed to gaol on Friday last, and on Sunday five others were also com mitted. Those first arrested are said to have given some information, or to have made some dis...

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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 March 1857

THE UNITED STATES. W'r have advices from New York to the 1st of January. Subjoined are the chief items of news : THE SENATE. In the Senate, on the 8tli of Decem ber, after the election of the chaplain, Mr Bigler entered upon a defence of the President. In answer to a question relative to the policy of Mr Buchanan, he stated that the people of Kansas must settle the question of slavery for themselves. In the House of Repre sentatives the debate was on the same subject, and was ex'remely animated. Little business was done jn the Se nate on the 9th, the. time of that body being principally occupied by a speech from Mr Cotlamer. In the House of llepresontnlives the principal subject under consi leration was the claim ot Mr Whitfield to a sc; .t in that l>n<ly, as a delegate tVam Kan-as. He was finally admitted, by a vote of 1 i2 ayes to ] Oii nays. Mr A. 1'. Cook hail arrived at Wash ington from Arizona, the new territory formed out of the Gadsden purchase from Mexico, tie...

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ITALY. Turin, Jan. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 March 1857

ITALY.. . 1 . Twin, J"111' ?. M The Sardinian Chambers were opened to-day by Victor Emanuel. The speech of his Majesty on the occasion was cheered throughout, but more particularly at those points ttheK allusion was made to the interestiof Italy in general; and when his Mnjestjf read the -paragraph, which concludes with an assurance that his Government would persevere in the policy initiated by him, the applause was prolonged f"r several minutes. From what is expressed in the spefeb it is evident that the present Govern- | ment of Sardinia is determined to per* | severe in the policy inaugurated by the S treaty of alliance with Vrance ami Epgs land, and from its silence 011 the subject oftlie sequestrated properties of Sardi nian subjects in Lombardy, it may be | gathered that no olfieiul notification of the same having been removed been given to this Government, snjj consequently that no representative wi" be sent by Sardinia to meet the Hmpe'1>r of Austria at Milan.

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AUSTRIA. Vienna, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 March 1857

- AUSTRIA. 1 Vienna, Jan. 13. | Positive information has this morning been given me that the Austrian Government fully approves what has been done by France and England in the \7 en fchatel affair, and, such being the case, I'riiisia has no choice, but to leave the definite arrangement of her difference with the Swiss Confederation to the Powers who were parties to the London protocol. A despatch from Constantinople states that the Bnssiau fleet hail anchored in the Bay of Balkan, nnil oc cupied some of the islands.

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ITEMS OF HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 March 1857

ITKJIS OF IIOJII! Our home news presents few points of actual novelty, but exhibit? in greater intensity than before those special fea tures which at the present time absorb almost exclusive attention ill domestic circles. The depredations and personal out rages committed, it is supposed by tickct-oMe,«ve men, continue undimin ished. They are of common occurrence in nearly all the towns in the kingdom; but the centre of operations is London, where, sometimes, even in the broad daylight, foot passengers of both sexes are attacked by two or three ferocious criminals, garotted, and robbed. At night no part of London is safe ; and although the police force lias been aug mented. and in some districts policemen are ordered to take their rounds in couples, the evil increases rather than abates. The opening of Parliament is looked to with great anxiety for the speedy enactment of some stringent measures for the protection of life and property. ft seems to be generally anticipated that the t...

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LOMBARDY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 March 1857

L01IBAKDV. A letter from .Milan of the 4tli Jl"' K| unry states that, although official p:irlirt J in Lombardy are occupied in jireparinj H festivities for the Emperor, || opinion has not changed. The psf || iind the most respectable citizens tt'8 i 110 p«rt in the rejoicings. Not a JiterafJ ,j man has produced even a .unmet, except | an individual named Villani. ^ I Official Gazette h;!a not sp'iken. I reduced to th« necessity of copyfat | articles from the Venice Ga;elte. | tongues in. the city invent, and ctrU'n 1 journals publish, the most incorrect g anecdotes relative to the first lafflU''' g| In Iiomburdy. It was reported S Count Jules Litu »», to head a e*v»I; 1 cauc of 300 nobility to meet the /p3 | '~y ltc'autli ,l ilies ij.,. 11? t-y in i e<vi:tiii-j per.ons I'm' (hc ;>?)') li'-livitii's of the ( All *"?-ti'i* I'V-J1' b»»ines-i i-1 '» avre.ir, 21 ;S i>f! i .still undceided. j olic"' more tiian usually a. five. A ' ju'i uin ii iiu.-f! Hn»;rg«, wlm was hear...

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