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TAMBAROORA. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 17 February 1855

TAMBAROORA. During the past week a decided change of the weather has taken place. Several violent thunderstorms and terrific showers of rain have passed over Tambaroora and the surrounding country, filling the water holes, and saturating the soil. The light ning was intensely vivid, and the thunder tremendously loud. One dreadful flash of the electric fluid, accompanied simulta neously with a fearful crash of ' heaven's artillery,' struck a large tree near the Dirt Holes, shivered it into splinters, and knocked several men down ; but, so far as I have ascertained, no accidents of a fatal nature have occurred. The arid appearance of the ridges and low lands is changed into a verdant hue-dry and cheerless looking river beds are now flowing streams ; in deed, the general aspect of the mountains, hills, and vallies, has undergone a most salutary change, one in which the very sheep and cattle appear to rejoice. So far as the diggers are concerned, they have been benefited, and, to a cert...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

JfOTICtt TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for the Editor should be addressed to him at the OVENS AND MURRAY ADVERTISER Office, Ford si reel, Beechworth. No notice can he taken of anonymous com munications. We cannot underlalceto return rejected MSS. Printed and published by Francis Hodgson Nixon, for the proprietors, F. H. Nixon <§' Co., at the OVENS & MURRAY AD VERTISER Newspaper and General Printing Office, Ford-street, Beechworth, in the Colony of Victoria, Saturday, February 24, 1855.

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LIST OF AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

LIST OF AGENTS. The following, having been appointed Agents for the Ovens and Murray Adver tiser, are authorised to receive Subscrip tions and Advertisements for this journal. Albury Mr. Fallon, Benalla " Player, Kilmore " Trainer, Wangaratta " Donnelly, Euroa " De Boos, Melbourne " Clarke, Yachandandah.... " De Greaves, Goulburn " Riley, Snake Valley " Small, Buckland River... " Bell. Agents required for the undermen tioned places, applications to be addressed totheEditor:-Sydney, Canterbury,Liver pool, Yass, Gundagai, Tarcotta, Juge vong, Maiden's Punt, Deniliquin, Adelaide, Gawler Town, Castlemaine, Sandhurst, Heath cote, Warranga, Balaarat, Omeo, Devil's River, See., &c., &c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

Mr. PETER DRUMMOND, HAVING obtained a District Pub lican's license for his house, situate between Yachandandah and JBeechworth, and lmown by the name of the "Diggers' Rest," begs to announce to his friends and the public, that he is now prepared to accom modate them, having obtained a large supply of spirits, wines, and cordials, of the most select description. The house having been fitted up in a superior style, diggers and travellers will find it a most eligible place of 'rest,' alter the fatigues of their toils. The Table will lie abundantly supplied, and attention and civility will be the order of this establishment. A BALL Will be given On Wednesday, the 28th inst. Tickets to gentlemen, 10s. each; ladies admitted gratis. N.B.-A first-rate supper on the table at 9 o'clock. PKTER DKUMMOND, 293 mh 10 'Diggers' Rest.' BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES AGENCY, Ford-street. BUSINESS HOURS from 9£ a.m. to 4£ p.m. N.B On Tuesdays and Saturdays the Melbourne Deposit Lists will be closed at 2 p.m....

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Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. THE LAST APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. THE LAST APPEAL. Yes ! I know that I am dying. Hark ! 'tis whispered in the air, And I hear it in the sighing Of the murm'ring breezes there ! I feel Death's icy fingers Counting out the pulse of life, Each beat more fondly lingers IIow I weary of the strife ! Come nearer, love !-yet nearer For a mist obscures my sight. How thy love to me seems dearer On the threshold of Time's night! Then, by that love you bear me Love which time hath failed to change By its holy spirit, hear me ! Ere my senses wildly range. 'Tis thy dying wife who speaks, love ! With her last faint flutt'ring breath, For my dimmer gaze bespeaks, love, That I soon shall sleep in death. I only make this last request, Let litem know I hear thy name, This will soothe my dying anguiah This rob death of all its pain ! i i When thy cherish'd love had won me From my home of early youth ; Though, for thy dear sake, all spurned me Yet I trusted in thy truth. For I loved thee, as fond woman loves, More...

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The Scrap Book. "Quirks, Quips, Cranks, and Merry Gibes." [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

The Scrap Book, "Quirks, Quips, Cranks, and Merry Gibes." How TO LIVE uroN AIR.-Become an aeronaut. CAN any body be drowned as long as his head swims ? IN- what part of the church do they ring the bells (belles)?-At the altar. No professional man lives so much from hand to mouth as a dentist. A DRKADFUL MAN.-One with a large cigar, a flowered waistcoat, and billiards written on his face. LORD BYRON, in writing to a friend, in the year 1807, says, ' Sad news just arrived -Russians beat. A bad set-eat nothing 'but oil-consequently must melt before a hard fire.' POETRY. - An English punster being asked why the best poets were obliged to write prose, answered-' Because poetry is prose-scribed,' Vicious.-To persist in kissing a pretty black-eyed girl when she resolutely declares she wishes you not to. It looks as though you wouldn't take her word. SAM and Setii were talking about fencing -the art of self defence, and the like. Sam remarked that he had seen a rail fence, -' Pooh !' said S...

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PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

PORT OF SYDNEY. AnnivED. February 7.- River Chief, from Nel son ; Rosebud, from Wanganui ; Panama, from Manila; Palermo, from Moreton j Bay; Rover's Bride, from .Java; Meg! Menilies, from Port Albert; G. W. Ken- i dall, i'rom San Francisco. 9- -London, j from ]\Ielbourne: Woudlark, from Mono- , lulu ; John M'Vicnr, from Liverpool ; Sea ? Witch, from Tahiti. 10. - Klizabeth i Ann, from Auckland ; Grafton, from j Liverpool ; Wonga Wonga, from Mel bourne. 11.-Maria Loui-a, from Sm Francisco ; Sporting Lass, from Moreton i Bay ; William Denny, from Auckland. 12. - Gladiator, i'rom the Downs; Un dine and Reliance, from Melbourne; Spec, from South Sea Islands; Burnett, from Port Curtis. 13.-Waratah, from Melbourne. CLHAUED OUT. February 9.- Star, for South Sea Islands; Wanderer, for Melbourne. 10. Caspar, for Valparaiso ; Moa, for Auck land. 12.-Lydiit, for Ceylon. 113. A'illiam Alfred, for Wellington; Yarrow, j for Auckland; Swan, for Swan Kiver; i Caroline, for Chili; Tar, for Callao ; ...

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Literature. AMIABILITY BEFORE BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

Literature. AMIABILITY BEFORE BEAUTY. Amiability of temper, as we have always represented, is in most instances more highly esteemed than personal attractions, whether in the choice of wives or in accept ing of husbands; and, what may be often remarked, the most amiable in disposition are the most plain in appearance. A news paper, a few weeks since, offered the fol lowing little narrative in illustration of the blessed effects of this kind of amiability : " A beautiful girl, gay, lively, and agree 'able, was wedded to a man of clumsy figure, coarse features, and a stupid-looking phy siognomy. A kind friend said to her one day, c My dear Julia, how came you to marry that man ?' The question is a natu ral one. i\ly husband, I confess, is not graceful in his appearance, nor attractive in his conversation; but he is so amiable. And goodness, although less fascinating than beauty or wit, will please equally, at lease, and is certainly more durable. Wc often see objects which appear repu...

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Beechworth Prices Current, AND COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

Beechworth Prices Current, AND COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. FLOUR-Best. .. £70 to £75 per ton Seconds .... £6'0 ,, £65 " SUGAR-Crystalized£75 " £.. iVIoist, No. 1 £65 ,, £70 ,, Do. No. 2 £55 ,, £60 ,, TKA-Black ... £9 10 £10 per chest Green £3 10 ,, £4 ,, CANDLKS-Sperm 2s 3d " 2s Gd per lb. Tallow .. ., no demand BUTTER-Fresh., not procurable Cork 2a Od to 2a Sd ,, Salt Colonial Is 6d ,, Is 9d " CHEHSK-English Is 6d ,, Is 9d " Colonial.... 6d " 8d ,, Egg3 . ... i ...... not to be obtained Bacon.......... Is 3d ,, Is 9d ,, Hams Is 6d " 2s Od " Coffee.. . Is 6d " Is 8d u Salt .......... 6d " 6£d .. . Tobacco-Aii^eri- ? ,ja M ^ ^ Barrett's twist 5s " Potatoes, new.. .. 9d Pickles (quarts) .. 25s " 30s. per doz. Do. (pints).... 20s .» Oysters 40s " ,, Lobsters........ 50s ,, Sardines... 16s " 24s " Soup scarce MaiiilaCigars,No.2 £6 " £6 6s per 1000 Shovels.long handles 75s ,, 80s per doz. short do 75s ,, 80s ,, Picks no demand Hay . £35 ,, £40 per ton. V.D.L., pressed £40 ,, £45 ,, Oats ..........

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. JOSEPH WERTHEIM & CO., Wholesale Importers of Jewellery, Watchmakers, §c., AVE much pleasure in announcing to the inhabitants of Albury, Beech worth, and the surrounding dis tricts, that they are about to open an establishment in the above trade, in the town of Albury, which will be found re plete with every article necessary for an establishment of the kind, which they intend to offer at a small advance on invoice cost. J. W. and Co., having secured the ser vices of the most skilful tradesmen, from London, beg to assure the public that the strictest care and despatch will be used in all repairs entrusted to them. Albury, January 30, 1855. 198 Medical. DR. CRAWFORD, on his return to* the Ovens Gold Fields, begs to an nounce that he may be consulted daily at his dispensary, ASSEMBLY ROOMS, 25 Ford-street, Beechworth. Medical. DR. J. FORD, Registered as Colonial Surgeon, CAN be consulted at his house, Yach andandah. Children vaccinated, and certificates gra...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

THE MARKETS. There has been a very slight depression in the markets during the last week, but not sufficient to excite much notice, this, we have no doubt, is but very temporary. IIORSE AND CATTI-E MARKET. Sales have not been quite so brisk ; and this is in a great measure owing to the fact that the supply has been of a very indif ferent character. Good animals still com mand good prices. Common hacks £15 to £20 Superior do 25 to 35 Draught horses (heavy).. 25 to 40 Do do (light) . . 20 to 30 Milch Cows .......... 5 to 9 Wethers (1st class) . .. 14s to 14s 6d Do (2nd class).. .. not saleable Ewes .... 1 Is TUB LABOUR MARKET Is tolerably supplied, and no fluctuation in the rate of wages has taken place. First-rate cooks can easily obtain employ ment. Joiners 25s to 30s per diem Carpenters 20s to 25s ,, Bricklayers ....25s to 30s ,, Britkrnakers .... "25s to 30s ,, Labourers 20s ,, Household Ser- \ vants, with VfiOs to 80s per week rations. . .. J

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THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

THE RACES. The second Beech worth race meeting came off on the new couvse, Pennyweight Flat, on the 13th, 14th, and 15th insts. The success of the meeting was greater than even its most sanguine supporters had anticipated, and the attendance of spectators more numerous and better con ducted than could have been looked for. The racing itself was Jirst~rale, espe cially in the handicaps for the Publicans' Purse and Town Plate. The horses looked well, and were ridden with courage and judgment. A handsome and commo dious 'grand stand' was erected, and there was no lack of publicans' and re freshment sellers' booths. Mr, Burke, the Inspector of Police, with his usual courtesy, placed at the dis posal of the stewards an efficient force of mounted and foot police ; who, however, we are proud to say, had very little to do. Notwithstanding that jollity was the order of the day, we are not aware of a single instance in which the interference of police was required. This is saying not a little...

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SYDNEY MARKET. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

SYDNEY MARKET. (From lite Sydney Morning Herald.) WHEAT AND FLOUR.-Fine Flour, ;C32 to £35 per ton; and £.'30 to £o3 for MCOIHI quality per ton of '2000 lbs. The prices of flour and wheat have this week manifested a tendency upwards. The supply in both cases is very limited. Gallego flour is fetching' 80s. per barrel. Wheat, 12s. 6'J. to 14s. per bushel; bran, 3s. to 3s. 3d. BUTCHERS' MEAT, - WHOLESALE PRICES-Beef, 4d. to 4;|d. per lb.; mutton, 3^d. to 4d. ditto ; pork lOd. to Is. ditto; veal, lOd. to Is. ditto; lamb. 7d. ditto. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE.-WHOLE SALE PRICES-Hay, £13 to £20 per ton ; straw. £7to £10 per ton ; green stuff, 2s. 6d. to 9s. per dozen bundles; wheat, 12s. to 13s. Gd. per bushel; barley, 5s. to 8s. ditto; oats, 6s. to 9.;. ditto; maize. ]0s. Cd. to 12s. ditto; bark, £8 per ton; potatoes, lis. to 15s. per cwt.; Glenlee butter, 2s. to 2s. 6g. per lb.; other dairies, 2s. to 2s. 6d. ditto, cheese. IGd. to Is. ditto; bacon, lOd. to Is. ditto; lard, 9d. to lOd. ditt...

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BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

BENDIGO. THK DIGGINGS.-I have not much to communicate respecting the miners. Our digging population are chiefly concen trated on the Bendigo and Commissioner's Flats, where numbers are doing well. This is owing to the supply of water, which is generally to be obtained in these local ities. A great many people are arriving on the diggings, and, from the immense ! quantity of goods which our merchants j are bringing up from town, they must j have further good confidence in the sta bility of Bendigo, and the permanent loca tion of a larger population on this gold field. THK. GOVKRNOH AND DR. OWENS. The result of'the Bendigo election has not surprised many of the people here ; and, if I don't judge wrong, even Dr. Owens himself is not taken aback by the conduct of His Excellency. Most of the leading j men on this gold field never believed that the Governor was sincere in offering repre sentation to the miners, and to put His Excellency's promises to the test, we resolved on electing Dr....

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ESCORT. To Melbourne. Wednesday February 21, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

ESCORT. To MELBOURNE. Wednesday February 21, 1855. ozs. dwls. From Beechworth.... 4977 10 and £360 JBuckland 536 10 " 400 Snake Valley.. 133 10 " Total 5647 10 and £760 To BEECHWORTH. % ozs. divls. From Yachandandah.. 458 0 Buckland 244 10 and £84 Snake Valley .. 644 0 Total.... 13-16 10 and £84 The next Government Escort will leave Beechworth on Wednesday, March 7th, at 10£ a.m. Parcels to lie transmitted thereby will be received in the Gold Office until 4 o'clock, p.m. of the preceding day.

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M'IVOR. February 14th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

M'lVOR. (From the Argus Correspondent.) February 14th, 1855. Qurrtz-crushing is beginning here in right good earnest. During the last fort night, several parties having being sent from Melbourne prospecting for quartz veins, have induced two companies to send up very extensive machinery. The sites chosen for their erection arc on the creek, midway from the race-course and 1-Ie/ithcote Hotel. There being such an ample supply of wood and water at all season?, and the fact of the existence of numerous aurife rous veins being now thoroughly estab lished, we shall not be surprised to see the returns of this gold-field equal to what it was in its palmiest days from allu vial sinking. A party from Balaarat has commenced deep sinking and slabbing opposite the Camp, which he left last winter from the over-rush of water, and in which he seems to have ^ery great confidence. Several neat specimens have been found lately near the Gold Diggers' Inn ; and a quartz specimen on the burial-ground adj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

Utag attfo Jjtoag "HUE AND CRY," A REGISTRY FOR Lost, Stolen or Strayed Horses, . - Etc., Etc., for the WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 17,1855, Distributed gratis among the Policc Stations, Pounds, and Auction Marls in the district. Information respecting the undermen tioned Horses, &c., to be forwarded to the Ovens and Murray Advertiser Office, Ford-street, Beecbworth. The No. will be sufficient for reference. 1. Lost, a large light grey mare, branded c near shoulder, ip off shoulder, at 3 Sunday Creek, January 1054. £10 reward on recovery. HI. Lost,a small bay mare,branded 4 near shoulder, AS off shoulder, at Snake Valley, November 24, 1854. To be detained if offered for sale. 23. Lost, a bay horse, branded DR off shoulder, E near rump, between the King's River and Dr. Mackay's Station. £10 reward. 24. A chesnut horse, branded WM near 2 shoulder, fcj near rump, light mane and tail, between the King's River and Dr. Mackay's Station. £10 reward. 25. A chesnut mare, branded j 2, with o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

General Printing. MESSRS. F. II. NIXON & Co. ARE prepared to execute every description of General Printing, at their Establishment, Ford-street, Beech worth. Posters, hand-bills, cards, book-work, "bill-heads, circulars, &c., executed on the shortest notice, in the most effective styles, and at moderate charges. THE " ©bens? & fUttrrai> fttrijcrttger," Scale of Charges for Advertisements: For 1 line, and under 10.. .. Is. per line. ,, 10 lines, and under 15.. .. lOd. " " 15 lines, and under 20.. .. 8d. " " 20 lines, and upwards.. .. 6d. ,, A fair reduction will be made for perma nent Advertisements. Exhibition Almanac, for 1S55. THE Exhibition Almanac, for the present year, beautifully illustrated, and containing the fullest and most useful ' Colonial information, may be obtained at j the office of the Ovens and Murray Adver tiser, Ford-street, Beechworth. Price, 2s. Gd. single copies. A liberal reduction made to the trade. To our Subscribers. AS several e...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARKIVKD. February 12.-Jeannette, from Copen liagen. 13.-Calliope, Wild Irish Girl, Englishman, and Golden Spring, from Sydney ; Canaan, from London ; Cham pion, from Portland, Belfast, and Warr nambool ; Gipsy Bride, from Liverpool ; Ann and 31 aria, from Newcastle, N.S.W. ; Highland Lassie, from Adelaide. 14-Al mora and Glenmanna, from Liverpool; Queen, from Warrnambool, Portland, and Port Fairy; Australia, from Mauritius ; Zephyr, from, Adelaide; W. Lawrence, from Puget Sound ; Prince of Wales, from Circular Head, V.D.L. ; Amelia, from Hong Kong ; Fawn, from Sydney. 15.-Prince Arthur, from Liverpool; Miame, from Newcastle, N. S W.; Anonyma, from the Heads; Royal Shep herd, from Launceston; Ida, from London. 16.-Colchester, from Adelaide; Mar mion, from Manila ; Telegraph and Lon don, from Sydney. 17.-Helena, from New York ; Dobsons and Mercury, from Launceston ; White Swan, from Adelaide; Wanderer, from Sydney. 18.-Lady Bird, from Launccst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1855

" MEDICAL HALL, Opposite the Commercial Hotel, FORD - ST RKET, B E E C H \VO RT H. ALL kinds of drugs, patent medicines, and druggists' sundries can be ob tained at this well-known establishment. Isinglass, Old Dr. Jacob To ivnsend's Com pound Syrup of Sarsaparilla, Holloway's Pills and Ointment, Dutch Drops, "and N ewfoundland cod liver oil. Enemas, trusses, glass and pewter syringes, &c., &c. .Also, every description of Horse ancl Cattle Medicines. The following can be highly recom mended, being prepared on the premises ?with genuine drugs Fori HOIISB;'.-? Alterative condition powders, for cooling the body, loosening the hide, improving the appearance of the coat, and rendering the animal more fit for labour; physic balls, of the finest Barba does aloes j worm balls, cordial balls, par ticularly recommended after a long journey, or severe labor ; diuretic balls, for swelled legs, humours of the body, &c. ; colic drinks, a never-failing remedy ?with numerous...

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