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ARRIVAL OF THE OVERLAND MAIL. THE WAR!! EUROPEAN NEWS, TO THE 9TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 20 January 1855
ARB1YAL OF TIE OVERLAND iSSL EUROPEAN NEWS, TO THE 9TH NOVEMBER. The following European intel ligence appeared in an Extraor dinary Edition of this Journal, published on Thursday morning, at 3.30 a.m., previous to the arrival of the Melbourne mail: THE P. & 0. Company's steamer Madras which arrived with the overland mail on the 14th instant, has brought us intelligence from London, to the 9th; from Malta, to the 14th; and from Alexandria, to the 19th November. Sebastopol has been the scene of the most appaling carnage ! And the town itself is almost reduced to ruins! At the latest date Sebastopol was not taken, but the signal for the assault was hourly expected, and so general was that eager ness throughout the attacking forces for obtaining the post of honour, and " seeking the bubble reputation at the cannon's mouth" that.it had been decided that the different regiments should draw lots. There was a comparative ces sation of hostilities in the Baltic for the season. The Eu...
ALEXANDRIA. November 19th, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 20 January 1855
ALEXANDRIA. '(.PROM OVa OWN CORRESPONDENT. November 19lh, 1854. Since "the last mail went through Egypt to Australia, three great events have taken place at the seat of war in the Black Sea -the landing of the Allied English, French, and Turkish troops, without op position in the Crimea, on the 14th Sep tember ; a great battle fought between the Allies and the Russians on the banks of the river Alma, twelve miles to the north of Sebastopol, on the 20th Septem ber, when the Russians were most signally . defeated; and the commencement of the siege of Sebastopol on the 17th October. The latest intelligence received here from the Crimea reaches to the 4th inst., when Sebastopol was not yet taken, but the siege was being carried on with the utmost vigor, several reinforcements of French and Turkish troops having joined the besiegers. The weather had taken an unfavourable turn; the troops on land suffered much from cold and wet, while the fleets were much knocked about by strong winds and...
MALTA. Nov. 14, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 20 January 1855
MALTA. Nov. 14, 1854." Several wounded officers reached thia by the French steamer, on the llth. arid pro* ceeded to England by the P. and 0, 9..JN? Co.'s ship Natia. The Orinoco cami . the same day. She brings dates up to the 14th from Constantinople, but nothing of consequence. She left again at noon on the l'2rh. with the 3rd Buffs and a com pany of the 14th Foot for Athens. r Arethnsa, is hourly looked for to repair. . She brings down 150 wounded seamen, who t had been expected by Orinoco. Prepara tions have been made in the Naval Hospital here lor their reception.
Police Report. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 20 January 1855
Police Eeport. This week's cause-list contained the name of but one ,c lushington," Mary O'Mallcy, who, to console herself during her husband's incarceration in Beechworth gaol, got drunk, and fell into the hands of Sergeant Kenna. She told a piteous tale to his Worship (VV. Turner, Esq.), and, after a suitable admonition, was dismissed. Saturday, January 13, 1855. Before W. TUHNBII, J.P., Chairman and R. O'H. BUHKB, J.P., Esqrs. IIORSE-STKALING.-John Thompson, late of Nine-mile Creek, was charged with this offence, under the following circumstances. Three miners, Gabriel Walden, Thomas Quarry, and William Parker, were joint owners of a horse, cart, and harness ; for which they expected about £85. Prisoner said the sum was too little, and that he could procure a purchaser, naming Mr. Wallace, of Snake Valley. On the 10th inst. (the day after the conversation) prisoner came to the prosecutors, and asked permission to take the horse to Mr, Wal lace, for examination. After some demur o...
Summary of Mining Intelligence. THE GOLD FIELDS OF THE OVENS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 20 January 1855
Summary of Mining Intelligence. THE GOLD FIELDS OF THE ; OVENS DISTRICT. THE MOUNT GIBBO GOLD FIKLD. With reference to the rumoured discovery of a large gold field in the vicinity of Mount Gibbo-mentioned in the last issue of this Journal-we are in a position to state that there are little or no grounds for the report. A correspondent writes,-" On my way here (Snowy Creek), I met a digger return ing from the Omeo and Gibbo River, and afterwards a party of three men from the same places, and as they were un acquainted with each other, and their state ments agreed in every respect, 1 am induced to place the fullest credence in the informa tion they afforded me. In consequence of favourable accounts from some prospectors, a ' rush ' took place from the Livingston to the Gibbo River, about four miles above the junction with the Mitta Mitta;-indeed, it appears that at that time Omeo was altogether deserted-and about 80 persons were at work at one time. I have since heard, however, that t...
PUBLIC MEETING AT BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
PUBLIC MEETING AT BEECII WORTH. IN accordance with a notice placarded about the various gold fields of this district, a public meeting was held in the Assembly Rooms, on Saturday last, the 20th instant, for the purpose of adopting a petition to His Excellency, praying that a Commission of Inquiry might be sent up to investigate the various grievances of the miners on the Ovens gold fields, The meeting, we regret to say, was but thinly attended, and a feeling of distrust with regard to its object appeared to have taken possession of the minds of many present. MR. C. WILLIAMS having been called to the chair, explained that the object of the meeting was to induce the Government to institute inquiries into the actual state of these gold fields, with a view to framing equitable regulations for their government. The chairman alluded to the small extent of the present claim allowed* as being one of the principal grievances of the miner in this district, and expressed his opinion that it wa...
MELBOURNE. Melbourne, January 23, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
MELBOURNE. (FfiOiU OUR ' WK CORKKSPONDBNT.) lurne, January 23, 1855. The tone of trade from the commence ment of the year has been gradually im proving, till, idently, there are some symptoms &lt;&lt;:' iriskness returning to our markets. . Fi-M.v still maintains its high figure of £ Lv per ton, notwithstanding wheat is only : s. per bushel. Bread has consequently risen to 2s. the 4 lb. loaf. - The first half-yearly Report of one of the Melbourne Land Societies has been issued, viz., that of the City of Melbourne Suburban :;.nd Agricultural Freehold Home Society. T!u*. rshareholders consider the Report, i,'-/ . / satisfactory, although the .preliminary .i] tenses amounted to the moderate y-r:, >.: £*2480. To show the extent o- . : .ie is done by this society, it was stn&lt;&lt;.! t' :i no less a sum than £4000 per month would have been the regular income, but, owing to the temporary de pression, avl other causes, it fell some ?what shhM't h;ii;ly: ...
LIST OF AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 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,. Goul bourn " Riley, Snake Valley .... " Small, Buckland River .. " Bell. Agents required for the undermen tioned places, applications to be addressed to theEditor:-Sydney, Canterbury, Liver pool, Yass, Gundagai, Tarcotta, Juge yong, Maiden's Punt, Deniliquin, Adelaide,. Gawlei- Town, Castlemaine, Sandhurst, Ileathcote, Warranga, Balaarat> Omeo> Devil's River, &c., &c., &c.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
Medical. jOCTORS' Bott'es, all sizes, 1 dram U up to 8 oz.; corks, graduating measure drop, up to 40 oz. On sale, Etna Glass and China Store, 117 and 136 Great Bourke street east, Melbourne. R. F. H. BRICE, having been 1VJL appointed agent for the Argus, is prepared to receive advertisements and subscriptions for that paper, at his office, Ford-street, Beechworth. N. B. Notices of lost horses received and made public throughout the Ovens 136 al 14 district. 2 mar 31. FEEL & CO., Australia Felix Store. rnME proprietors of the above establish i ment have great pleasure in an nouncing to the diggers, storekeepers, and their friends on Spring Creek and through out the Ovens district generally, that they have now on hand the largest stock of Provisions, Clothing, and General Goods; which, having bought for cash, they are prepared to offer on the best terms, whole sale and retail. N B.-Goods delivered within two miles free of carriage; and to the Nine mile, Reid's Creek, and Yacha...
THE MISHAP. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
THE MISHAP. " Why urt thou weeping, sister? Why is thy cheek so pale ? Look up, dear Jane, and tell me What is it thou doat nil ? " I know thy will is froward, Thy feelings warm and keen, And that that Augustus Howard For weeks has not been seen. " I know how much you loved him ; But I know thou dost not weep For him ;-for though his passion be, His purse is noways deep. " Then tell me why those teardrops; What means this woful mood ? Say, has the tax-collector Been calling, and been rude ? " Or has that hateful grocer, The slave ! been here to-day ? Of course he had, by morrow's noon, A heavy bill to pay ! '. Come, on thy brother's bosom Unburden all thy woes; Look up, look up, sweet sister; There, dearest, blow your nose." " Oh, John, 'tis not the grocer. For his uccount; although How ever he is to be paid, I really do not know. " 'Tis not the tax-collector: Though by his fell command, They've seized our old paternal clock, And new umbrella-stand : " Nor that Augustus Howard, Whom...
PORT OF SYDNEY. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
PORT OF SYDNEY. AIUIIVED. January 13.-Yorrow, from Auckland ; Ino, from Gtea, New Zealand; Wonga Wonga, from Melbourne; Victoria, from Kiapara; Bangalore, from London , Her culean, from Wide Bay; John Fielden, from London. 15.-Waratah, from Mel bourne ; Primo, from Honolulu. 16. Venture, from Wanganui ; Moa, from Auckland. CLEARED OUT. January 13.-Lady Ann, for London; Callender and Canopus, for Melbourne ; Kate, for London ; Challenger, for Cal lao. 15.-Souvenir, for Moreton Bay ; Drie Gebroeders, for Akyab ; Chrishna, for Hong Kong ; Eagle, for Twofold Bay. 16.-Meg IVIerrilies, for Port Albert.
Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. TO —. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. Cursed be the Fates whose cruel cords Have bound thee to a heart of stone ; Cursed be the priest who spoke the words Decreeing I should sigh alone. For since I met that am'rous glance A glance that reads my inmost soul I cannot choose but mourn the chance That robs mo when I reach the goal. But as I may not call thee mine, I dare not breathe the words of love; I lay my grief at beauty's shrine, And pray that we may meet above. What tho' my words to thee are cold ! My heart is racked with passion's fire ; Love's soft expressions I withhold, And strive to curb each fond desire. Yet does thy gift-now by my side Convey this welcome thought to me, That tho' by fate my tongue is tied, My pen should, not the less, be free
Beechworth Prices Current, AND COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
Beechworth Prices Current, AND COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. FLOUR-Best. .. £75 to £80 per ton Seconds.. ,. £65 ,, £70 " SUGAR-Crystalized£75 " £78 ,, Moist, NTo. 1 £65 ,, £70 " Do. No. 2 £55 ,, £60 " TEA-Black ... £810., £9 per chest Green £3 10 ,, £4 ,, CANDLES-Sperm 2s 3d ,, 2s 6d per lb. Tallow no demand BUTTER-Fresh .. 3s 6d ,, 4s ,, Cork 2s 6d ,, Salt Colonial Is 6d ,, Is 9d " CHERSK-English Is Id " Is 3d " Colonial.... 5d ,, 6d ,, Eggs not to be obtained Bacon Is Id ,, Hams. Is 3d " Coffee,......... Is 4d to Is 6d Salt ..... 6d " 6gd " Tobacco-Ameri- 7 ^ 4 sd can.. . .. J Barrett's twist 5s " Potatoes, new.... Is Pickles 25s Oysters 36s " 40s Lobsters 55s ,, Sardines 20s ,, 25s " ManilaCigars.No.2 £6 ,, £6 10 per 1000 Shovels, long handles 60s " 75s per doz. short do 55s ,, 65s " Picks no demand Hay £40 ,, £45 per ton. V.D.L., pressed £50 ,, £60 >, Oats 20s ,, 22s per bushel Bran 7s. " 8s " SaWColo"iaT~} 503 Per 100 Pine £8 " Batchers' Beef. ? 35g 1Q0 lbSi in carcass ..3 r 1 Mutton...
The Scrap Book. "Quirks, Quips, Cracks, and Merry Gibes." [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
The Scrap Book. " Quirks, Quips, Cracks, and Merry Gibes." SEED? COVES.-Gardeners. THK THEATRE OP WAR.-Prussia is waiting until half-price begins. The man who attempted to ' cloak his sins/ could not find a garment large enough. Long words, like long dresses, fre quently hide something wrong about the understanding. It is not at all surprising that the Sun day Beer Bill should have met with a ' stout' resistance.-Punchinello. The musician who plays the Scotch fiddle has gone into partnership with the dancing-master who teaches the St. Vitus' dance. ' Union is not always strength,' as Sir Charles Napier observed when he saw the purser mixing his rum and water. Pasquinades -were so called from being affixed to the statue of Pasquin; may not lampoons originally have been affixed to lamp-posts ? QUESTION FOR THE YOUNG WOMAN'S DKBATING SOCIETY.-If it is a settled fact that ' a woman will always have the last word,' about when may a squabble between two women be expected to end ? ANOTHER ...
THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
THE MARKETS. There has been no variation from last week's prices ; trade is steady with an im proving appearance. THK HORSK AND CATTLK MARKKT.-There is a decided improvement in the prices of horses during the last week, and a superior class of animals brought into the market. Common hacks £15 to £23 Superior do 23 to 37 Draught horses (heavy).. 25 to 40 Do do (light) .. 20 to 30 Milch Cows 5 to 9 Weathers (1st class). .. 16s Do (2nd class).. .. 14s Ewes .... 12s Working bullocks are sought after. THE LABOUR MARKET.-No alteration in the rate of wages has taken place, but the demand has slightly increased. Joiners 25s to 30s per diem Carpenters 20s to 25s " Bricklayers .... 25s to 30s ,, Brickmakers .... 25s to 30s ,, Labourers 20s " Household Ser- ) rants, with >-60s to 80s per week -ations.. .. j Female domestic servants and cooks are wanted.
Literature. TOE PEACE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
Literature. TOE PEACE QUESTION. (From Chambers Edinburgh Journal.) Sorik people assert so loudly tliat there always will be war upon earth, that one might almost suspect them of a dislike to | peace. On the other hand, some of the friends of peace are so sanguine about the realisation of their favourite views, as almost to create a diversion in favour of war. Perhaps just views lie between. It may be quite true that mankind m general are as yet far from that moral state which would put an end to war; but we may nevertheless say, let there be as little war as possible; and we may encourage all rational plans for reducing the likelihood of its recurrence. There is surely a prudent and sober course for a lover of peace, which should give offence to none, but simply ad vance the cause he advocates. When practical people scoff at the pro posed courts of arbitration, they forget that there is a system nearly equivalent in ope ration at this moment. When a dispute arises between two states...
SYDNEY MARKET. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
SYDNEY MARKET. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) WHEAT AND PJLODII.-Fine FJour, £30 to £32 per ton; and £28 for second quality per ton of 2000 lbs. Gallego flour is fetching 75s. per barrel. Wheat, lis. 3d. to 13s. 6d. per bushel. The markets are very much the same as last week, with a fair supply coming down the country. Bran, 3s. 6d. per bushel. BUTCHERS' MKAT. - WHOLESALE PRICES-Beef,2[d. toSJd.perlb.; mutton, 2-|d. to 3;]-d. ditto ; pork lOd. to Is. ditto; lamb. 63, to 7s. per quarter. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE.-WHOLE SALE PRICES-Hay, £16 to £22 per ton ; straw, £8 to £10 per ton: green stuff, 2s. to 2s. Gd. per dozen bundles ; wheat, 10s. to 12s. Gd. per bushel ; barley, os. to 8s. ditto; oats, 7s. to 9s. ditto; maize, 10s. to 10s. 6(1. ditto; bark. £8 to£8 10s. per ton; potatoes, J 7s. to 20s. per cwt.; Glenlee (fresh) butter, 3s. 6Q. per lb.; Glenlee (salt) butter, 3s. ditto; other dairies, 2s. to 2s. 6d. ditto; cheese. 9d. tolOd. ditto; bacon, 9d. to lOd. ditto; lard, lOd. to I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
W. Y. SMITH & Co., Wholesale and Retail Storekeepers, Yachaiulandah. H AVE always on hand a large stock of j American Boots and Shoes. ALSO ; .a varied assortment of ready-made clothing ?of all descriptions, which they are prepared to offer to the public at very moderate prices. 59 iJlO Reward. STOLEN, or strayed, from Spring Creek, December 23rd, 1854 :-one black horse, long tail, branded W near shoulder. II One bay horse, white star on forehead, branded A F off shoulder. Whoever will bring the above horses to W- HOMKR & Co., Diggers' Rest Restau rant, Spring Creek, will receive the above reward. 54 jan 2/ AUGUSTUS SIIEBLER BEGS to announce to the inhabitants of Wangaratta and surrounding district that he has established himself on the above township as an Architect and Builder, and that he is prepared to enter into contract with any of the residents for the erection of stone, brick, iron, or wooden '?buildings. A. S. begs further to state that he can procure buildi...
ESCORT. To MELBOURNE. Wednesday, Jan. 24, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
ESCORT. To MELBOURNE. Wednesday, Jan. 24, 1855. From Beeehworth 5387oz. Buckland 410 Snake Valley .. 45 and £183 Total ... .5842 oz. £183 To BkkchWORTH. From Yachandantlah 298oz. Buckland 250 lOdwt. &£450 Snake Valley..1180 10,, Total... 1729oz. Odwt. £450 The next Escort to Melbourne will leave Beech worth at IO-3- o'clock a.m., on Wednesday, February 7th; and parcels for transmission thereby will be received until 4 o'clock of the previous afternoon.
Post Office, Beechworth, Sydney and Melbourne Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 27 January 1855
Post Office, Beechworth, Sydney and Melbourne Mails. Melbourne mail arrives Thursday and Sunday, at 7 a.m.; and closes for des patch on Tuesday and Saturday, at 4 p.m. Sydney mail arrives Tuesday and Satur day, 5 p.m., and closes for despatch on Wednesday and Saturday, at 5 p.m. The Post Office is open for the transaction of business generally, on week days from 9 a m. to 6 p ni.; and on Sundays for private-box delivery from 1) to U 30 a.m.; and for the general delivery of letters be tween the hours of 3 and 4 p.m. The Postmaster-General has issued a notice, that after the 1st January, 1855, the regulations relating to the prepayment of letters by damps only will be strictly en forced.