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BRAIDWOOD DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

,flBR AID WOOD DIGGINGS. (From the Correspondent af the- Goulbitrn Herald.} On what is termed the New Diggings I am happy to inform you that Hogan's and Lansdowne's parties are both doing a rat tling stroke, as well as many others. There are, I should say, about 100 diggers on this spot, who are all doing pretty well. The diggings on Mr. Fairhurst's grounds have turned out well. On this place Captain Ilowe got 2} ounces of gold in one prospect during last week. On further inspection of Mr. Badgery's ground, I find that there is one part that is quite deserted ; but on the part leading to the Arajuen there are about 150 dig gers, all doing first-rate; in fact, I may further add, that this is considered the richest diggings in this quarter. Finn's and, Powell's party, who are working on this spot, are doing, I may say, an extra ordinary strode. On the Little River, Dawson's and Robinson's parties have each been doing first-rate. A party from this place sold in Braidwood hist week nugg...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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LIST OF AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

LIST OP AGENTS. The following, having been appointed Agents for the Ovens n»cl Murray Adver tiser, are authorised to receive Subscrip tions and Advertisements for this journal. Albury Mr. Fallon, Benalla " Player, Kilvnore " Trainer, Wangaratta " Donnelly, Kuroa u De Boos, Melbourne " Clarke, Yachandandah.... " De Greaves, GoulWrn . ^ " Riley, I.' n Trnllo^r '' Buckland River. .. " Bell. Agents required for the undermen tioned places, applications to be addressed totheEditor:-Sydney, Canterbury,Liver pool, Yass, Gundagai, Tarcotta, Juge yong, Maiden's Punt, Deniliquin, Adelaide, Gawler Town, Castlemaine, Sandhurst, I-Ienthcote, Warranga, Balaarat, Omeo, Devil's River, &c., See., &c.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

WATERLOO INN, Yachandandah. ALL accounts against HKNRY JOHNSON are requested to be sent in for set tlement. All persons indebted to HENRY JOHN.-ON are requested to settle their accounts without delay. 339 mh 10 WATERLOO INN, Yachandandah. A GRAND BALL and CONCERT will be held in the Bowling Saloon adjoining the Waterloo Inn, on Wednes day, March 14th. 340 mh 10 WILKINSON GRANTHAM, Attorney, Solicitor, Conveyancer, and Proctor, ALBURY. 343 JOHN C. PIERCE, Surveyor, Land Agent, §c. Agent to the Liverpool and London Fire Insurance Company, ALBURY. 344 Stoves. QTOVES, of all descriptions, on sale at 'fO 28, Market-square, Melbourne. 335 mh 31 Tenders required, [OR six or eight miles of Fencing. JF Full particulars may be obtained on application to T. G. DOCKER, Esq., Wan garatta. Tenders will be received lip to Wednesday, Marc 1 21st, 1855. LFRED LUDLOW. - Information respecting him is particularly re quested by J. B. Were, Kent and Co. 33(i mh 24 Messrs. Green and Bradstreet BEG to inf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

TO be Sold, at two-thirds cost price, at Wangaratta, Ten Window Frames, with sashes, glass, putty, weights, and cords complete; size, G ft. by 3 x 8, from out to out. A Homeopathic Medicine Chest, large size, richly ornamented, containing 88 medicines, chiefly tinctures. Also, a copy of Dr. Herring's Domestic Physician, Apply to Augustus Sheblar, Builder, Wangaratta. ' 360 roar 10 R. L. L. SMITH'S Vegetable Pills cure biliousness, indigestion, nervous ness, headache, feverishness, Joss of appe tite, costiveness, heartburn, giddiness, low ness of spirits, flatulence, spasms. 196, Jjourke-street, east, beyond Newmarket Hotel.-Agents required. 91 al 7 Gold Diggers' Arms Hotel, Snake Valley. THOMAS M'CARBICK BEGS to inform bis friends and the public, that he intends giving, at the above hotel, a Grand Ball and Supper!! on Friday, the 16th March, being ST. PATRICK'8 EVE. Tickets, to admit lady and gentleman, £L.r A PUBLIC DINNER, In commemoration of St. Patricias -Day, Will also be given...

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PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

PORT OF SYDNEY. AnnivRD. February 21.-Melbourne and Anna, from Liverpool ; Kate Kearney, fVom Gabo Island ; John Bull Coila, Richard and Ann, Tri ient, Gazelle, and Pluto, from Melbourne ; Rob Roy and Mary Catherine, from London ; Snow Squall, from New York ; Polly. Lizzie Webber, and Zone, from Liunceston ; Sea Horse, from Mauritius; Tasmania, from Hobart Town; Abdalla, from Plymouth. 22 - Vulture, Deva, and London, from Mel bourne ; Henry Winch, from Liverpool ; Eagle, from Twofold Bay; Leo, from Adelaide. 24.-Gipsy, from Twofold Bay; Souvenir, Brilliant, and Shamrock, from Moreton Bay. 25. - Waverley, from Gravesend; Robertus Hendrictis, from London; Emma, from Hobart Town ; Mathilde, from Adelaide; Scotia, from Madras; Bengal and Ascendant, from Southampton. 2G.-Pacific, from Plymouth via Melbourne ; Duroc, from New Caledonia. 27.-Nadir and Carnet, from San Francisco; George, from Auckland; Wonga Wonga, from Mel bourne; Rover, from Newcastle. C£KARKO OUT. February 21 Margaret, f...

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Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. LINES ON A DEAD SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. LINES ON A DEAD SOLDIER. Wreck of a warrior passed away, Thou form without a name ! Which thought and felt but yesterday, And dreamt of future fame. Stripped of thy garments, who shall guess Thy rank, thy lineage, and race ? If haughty chieftain holding sway, Or lowlier destined to obey ! The light of that fixed eye is set, And all is moveless now, But passion's traces linger yet, And lower upon that hrow : Expression has not yet wax'd weak, The hps seem e'en in act to speak, And clenched and cold the lifeless hand, As if it grasped the battle brand. Though from that head, late towering high, The waving plume is torn, And low in dust that form doth lie, Dis'ionour'd and forlorn. Yet death's dark shadow cannot bide The graven characters of pride, That on the lip and brow reveal The impress of the spirit's seal. Lives there a mother to deplore The son she ne'er shall see ? Or maiden, on some distant shore, To break her heart for thee? Perchance to roam a...

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Beechworth Prices Current, AND COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. (Furnished by J. H. Gray and Co.) [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

Beechworth Trices Current, AND COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. (Furnished by J. !!. Gray and Co.) FLOOR-Best. . . £75 to £80 per ton Seconds.... £60 ,, £65 ,, StJGAi:-Crystalized£75 ,, £ . ,, Moist, No. 1 £65 ,, £70 ,, Do. No. 2 £55 ,, £60 " TEA-Black ... £9 10 £10 per chest Green £3 JO ,, £4 ,, CANDLKS-Sperm 2s 3d ,, 2s Gd per lb. Tallow .... no demand BUTTKR-Fresh .. not procurable Cork 2s Od to 2s 3d Salt Colonial Is 6d ,, Is 9d CHEESE-English Is 6d ,, Is 9d Colonial.... 6d ,, 8d Esjgs not to be obtained Bacon Is 3d ,, Is 9d Hams Is fid ,, 2s Od Coffee Is 6d " Is 8d Salt 6d " 6£d Tobacco Ameri- ? ^ Qd _g Qd can j Barrett's twist 5s Potatoes, new .... 5d, ,, 6d. Onions 9d. " Is. Pickle3 (quarts) .. 25a ,, 30s- per doz. Do. (pints).,.. 20s Ovaterb 40s ,, Lobsters 50a Sardines 16s ,, 24s " Soup scarce ManilaCigars,No.2 £6 ,, £6 6s per 1000 Shovels.long handles 75a ,, 80s per doz. short do 75s ,, SOs ,, Picks no demand Hay £35 ,, £^0 per ton. V.D.L., pressed £40 ,, £45 " Oats .; 20s ,, 22s per ...

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The Scrap Book. "Quirks, Quips, Cranks, and Merry Gibes." [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

The Scrap Book. '"Quirks, Quips, Cranks, and Merry Gibes." Why is nn nttorney like a minister ? Because he studies the law und .profits When is a woman's urm not a woman'a arm ? When it's a little bear. The jealous man poisons his own ban quet, and then eats of it. There is this paradox in pride-it makes .some men ridiculous, but prevents others ifrom becoming so. .John, is my coffee hot ? 'Not yet, tnassa-me spit in him, and he no sizzle. A modern physiologist notes the extra ordinary fact, that at the dinner table every time a man crooks his elbow his mouth opens. 1 How,' said a county court judge to a witness. ' do you know the plaintiff wa? intoxicated on the evening referred to ?' ' Because I saw him, a few minutes after eupper, trying to pull off his trowsers with abootjack.' Verdict for the defendant. ' If you please, sir,' said a little boy to one of his father's debtors, to whom he had been sent for a settlement of the account, . Fa'her says if you'll pay his little bill yo...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

THE MARKETS. The state of the market remains the same, with very trifling variations. There has been a rise in flour, and, with this ex ception, prices remain at our last quota tions. IIORSB AND CATTLB MARKET. During the past week the supply has fallen far short of the demand, especially j with draught horses. Prices are not very high, but a steady sale is obtained for I good animals. | Bullock teams obtainencouragingprip.es. 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 Gd Do (2nd class).. .. not saleable Ewes lis THK LABOUR MARKET Remains in the same state as reported in our last. Good cooks are still in demand. Joiners 25s to 30s per diem Carpenters 20s to 25s ,, | Bricklayers .... 25s to 80s ,, ! Brickmakers .. .. 25s to 30s ,, i Labourers 20s ,, j Household Ser- ^ J vants, with >60s to 80s per week j rations. . . J I 1

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THE STATE TRIALS. SUPREME COURT. Tuesday, 27th February, 1855. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice, sitting in the Old Court.) [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

THE STATE TRIALS. . . SUPREME COURT. Tuesday, 2j!k February, 1855. . (Before his Honor the Chief Justice, sit ting in the Old Court.) The court met at ten o'clock, and the large pannel of jurymen were in attend ance. The Attorney-General rose and ad dressed the court. He said two prisoners had been already tried on a charge of high treason this session, and both acquitted. In neither case had any evi dence been called for the defence, but the prisoners' counsel had rested entirely on the case brought forward by the crown. He did not wish to question the verdict of a jury,-a verdict of twelve men solemnly sworn to decide according to the evidence -and therefore, although he held a strong opinion of his own, from the evidence ad duced, and the verdict found, he would not now express it. The offence, how ever, for which the prisoners were ar raigned was'of so serious a character, and .of such vital importance to the commu nity at large, that lie felt i t was not safe to proceed to tria...

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ESCORT. To MELBOURNE. Wednesday, March 7, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

ESCORT. To Met,bourne. Wednesday, March 7, 1855. ozs. dwts. From Beechworth.... 7000 0 and £104 Buckland 734 10 " 27 Snake Valley.. 30 0 ,, Total.... 7024 10 and £131 To BEECHWORTH. ozs. dmts. From Yachandandah.. 362 0 . Buckland 414 10 Snake Valley .. 597 0 Total.. ..1373 10 The next Government Escort will leave Beechworth on Wednesday, March 21st, at 10J a.m. Parcels to be transmitted thereby will be received in the Gold Office until 4 o'clock, p.m. of the preceding day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

* This is put beyond question In/ the Memoirs of John Tanner (who had been thirlij years among the Indians) published at New York, in 1830. mO be sold, by private contract, a Two B Roomed Cottage, with garden, being one rood, situate in Finch-street, and in the occupation of Mr. Brooke. For particulars, apply to W. C. J. Parry, Barrister ; or to Mr. C. Williams, Store keeper, High-street. 355 Tents. Tents. Tents. ENGLISH and American canvass, ducks, drill, calico, druggets, felts, baizes, and all articles appertaining to tents, to be had of JAMES DAUTON-, tent maker, Foot Hridge, Spring Creek, and New Rush, Nine-mile 359 MR. PINCHIN'S billiard table, under going alterations will not be ready for playing upon until this evening (Satur day), when he expects his friends will pay a visit to his room, and test the truth; of his assertion. . El Dorado Hotel, March 10, IS55. ' " , 358 mh 1Q ' ?

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. THE first ten numbers of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser have now been placed before our subscribers and the public, and we have every re;ison to be satisfied with the reception the ' new journal' has met with at their hands. That it has been generally appreciated, and that it has proved useful in many in scances, the flattering and congratulatory letters which daily reach us are a sufficient evidence. A change having taken place in the proprietory, we think we cannot select a more filting time for making known to our supporters the improvements which we propose making in the journal itselt for the ensuing quarter, relying upon the further and increased good will and sup port of the public, so often expressed and promised. The intended improvements are as fol low : 1st. The size and appearance of the paper is to be altered to that of the 4rgits or Herald. 2nd The type is to be smaller in order that a greater quantity of matter may be inserted. 3rd. The price is t...

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Literature. POLITICAL ECONOMY. [With a view to making the science of Political Economy more generally understood among our readers, we purpose publishing, from time to time, concise articles on its leading features, extracted from the works of W. and R. Chambers.] [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

Literature. POLITICAL ECONOMY. [ With a view to making the science of Po litical Economy more generally understood among our readers, we purpose publish ing, from time, to time, concise articles on its leading features, extracted from the. works of IV. and R. Chambers.] POLITICAL Economy is the science which explains the sources and distribution of national wealth. Though a study belter fitted, perhaps, for learned men than for common people, it is yet of more or less importance to everybody-for all men have interests which it may teach them to cultivate, and rights which it may teach them to defend. The working classes, in particular, ought to be better informed on this subject than they are in general; it would make them understand the exact nature of their position in the world, the relation which their own interests bear to those of other men, and the means and ways which they ought to take to improve their condition. It has all along been from a want of this knowledge, that lab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

Regular Steam Communication BUT WEEN SYDNEY & TWOFOLD BAY Once a fortnight, by the Australian Steam Navigation Company's Steamer, EAGLE. ^asHBfEs3si» and the neighbouring country, are respectmlly informed that, relying on the assurance held out of adequate support to regular steam communication with the above district, the directors of the Austra lian Steam Navigation Company have de termined on placing the steamer EAGLE in the line, to run regularly once a fort night, leaving Sydney the 1st and 15th of each month. T1 |HE stockholders and resi dents of Twofold Bay, Parties interested in the establishment of communication by this means with any of the intermediate harbours, are invited to furnish information to the undersigned as to the nature and probable extent of traffic, facilities for landing and discharging goods and passengers, &e., &c. Rates of freight, fares, &c., can be ascer tained on application to the Company's agents at Melbourne or Twofo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

General Printing. FRANCtS~H. NIX£)N S prepared to execute every description _ _ of General Printing, at his Establish ment, Ford-street, Beech-worth. Posters, hand-bills, cards, book-work, bill-heads, circulars, &c., executed on the shortest notice, in the most effective stj'les, and at moderate charges. THE " ®bett0&4$lttrrag SHrberttger," 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. jExhibition Almanac, for IS55. THE Exhibition Almanac, for the present year, beautifully illustrated, and containing the fullest and most useful Colonial information, may be obtained at the office of the Ovens and Murray Adver tiser, Ford-street, Beechworth. Price, 2s. 6d. single copies. A liberal reduction made to the trade. To our Subscribers. AS several errors have already occurr...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. AlUUVKD. February 25.-Acacia, from Sydney ; Mary Parker, from Hobart Town. 26 -Rio Grande, from Puget's Sound. 27. Hellespont, from Sydney; Champion, from Portland ; Pilot, from Hobart Town. 28.-Yarra Yarra, from Sydney; Royal Shepherd, from Geelong. March 1 Alice Frazer, Canopus, and Margaret, from Sydney ; Fame, Janet, and Cyclone, from Newcastle, N S.W.; Lady Bird, from Launceston ; Manchester, coastwise. 2.-Telegraph, from Sydney; Arturo, from Hong Kong; Frolic, from Hono lulu. 3.-White Swan, from Adelaide; Oberon, from Port Albert. 4«-Emily Allison, Victoria Packet, Alice Brooks, and Apparition, from Adelaide; Sea Belle, from King's Island; Queen, from Portland, Port Fairy, and Warrnambool. 5.-Bosphorus and Eagle, from Ade laide ; Black Swan and Fulton, from Launceston ; Matias Consino, from Valpa raiso ; Colinsburgh, from Leith; N ean der, from London. SAILKD. February 27. Calliope, for Plymouth ; Kirkwood, for Auckland, City of Hobart...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

ftow rail fjlumg Pra-fetc. "HUE AND CBY," A RnflISTiiy FOR Lost, stolen or Strayed Horses, Etc., Etc, for the WEEK. ENDING MARCH 10, 1855, Distributed gratis among the Police Stations, Pounds, and Auction Marts in the district. Information respecting the undermen tioned Horses, &c., to be forwarded to the Ovens and Murray Advertiser Office, Ford-street, Beechworth. The No. will be sufficient for leference. ]]. 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. Lo^t, a bay horse, branded dr off shoulder, I near rump, between the King's River and Dr. IVIackay's Station. £ 0 reward. 24. A chesnut horse, branded avm near 2 shoulder, sj 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 one ft w eye knocked out, between King's River and Dr. Mackay's Station. £10 reward. 35. A chesnut horse, branded HO near shoul...

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Police Report. For the week ending 8th March, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

Police Heport. For the week ending 8<h March, 1855. DRUNKARDS fined during the week: - Benjamin Davison, 40-.; James Somcrs, 20s. ; Catherine Duce, for the same offence, not appearing, her bail, £'2, was forfeited. ASSAULT, WITH INTENT TO ROB. - Daniel McCarty, of Yac hand an dab, pre ferred this charge against Martin Rogers, John Murphy, John Qitigleiy, J nines Cody, and James Connor. Tlii felonious intent was not shown. The facts heing ; defend ants, who sleep in the same tent with prosecutor, had occasion to reprimand him for 'tattling' to other mining com panies. He became impertinent, and de fendant Connor struck him a box on the ear, and shook him. Having .£14 on his person he construed the assault into an intent to rob. Conner was fined 20s. and costs. The other four defendants were dis charged, on which M'Carty laid an in formation against Connor and Cody, to the effect that his life was in danger, from threats used by them. They were re quired to enter into a per...

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Original Correspondence. THE BENCH OF MAGISTRATES. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 March 1855

Original Correspondence. THE BENCH OF MAGIS TRATES. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. SIR,-I do not know whether you will recollect that a short time since there was a rumour that two of our fellow townsmen were to be made J. P.'s, to sit on the Beechworth Bench with the Government Commissioners. At the time the matter was mooted, it met with very general satis faction, not only because the idea was said to have emanated from the Government, and consequently implied a compliment, and a wish for fair dealing, but also because it was believed that the effect would be generally beneficial. Now, Sir, you would oblige myself, and many other?, by calling the attention of the authorities to the subject, and I ? trust that it may not be again allowed to fall to the ground for want of consideration. With every apology for intruding on your valuable time, I am, Sir, yours truly, AN IDLE MAN. Beechworth, March S, 1855.

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