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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Tents ! Tents ! Tents ! TENTS, ready made or made to order Tents of drill, duck, calico, or canvas . , Druggets, baizes Canvas (English or American) Drill, duck, and calico Flags of any design made to order At Darton's tent store, Foot Bridge, Spring Creek, and at their branch, at the Junction. .'ill Jil 28 3wrtio n. i Unreserved Sale of General Stock. J. H. Gray & Co. . WILL sell by public auction, at their Mart, Ford-street, Beechworth, .on Wednesday, May 2, at 12 o'clock, The whole of the stock on hand, com prising upwards of 5 tons of flour 150 dozen London and Dublin porter and 4 hhds. XXX Quantity of black and green tea Tobacco (Barrett's) Winter clothing, and about 350 yards of Scotch plaids, various pat terns . Umbrellas Pit and cross-cut saws Boots and shoes Lady's saddle and bridle, complete .With a number of other articles too numerous to mention. 512 al 28 £40 Reward. STOLEN, on Sunday, April 5th, 1855, from New Bush, Spring Creek, brown, horse, u on both shoulde...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

THE MARKETS. The markets remain very much the same as our lost quotations. IIORSK ANI) CATTLE MARKET. All kimls of cattle are in great demand ; those of a superior description more parti cularly so ; and good working bullocks can otbain a ready sale, and command good prices. There has been very little doing during the week, owing to the insuffici ency of the supply. Common hacks i£15 to £20 Superior do 25 to 35 Draught horses (heavy).. 30 to 50 Do do (light) .. 25 to 35 Milch Cows 5 to 9 Wethers (1st class) . ... 14s to 14s Gd Do (2nd class).... not saleable Ewes lis .TIIH LAHOUR MARKET Remains in the same state as reported in our last. There is a great demand for female servants. Joiners 25s to 30s per diem Carpenters 20s to 25s ,, Bricklayers .... 25s to 30s ,, Brickmakers .... 25s to 30s ,, Labourers 20s " Household Ser- } vants, with >60s to 80s per week rations.... J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

BEECHWORTH RACES, To celebrate The Anniversary of the Queen's Birth-1) ay, Thursday, 24th May, 1855. JUDGE : "William Turner, Esq., J. P. TREASURER : Thomas Crawford, Esq. STEWARDS : , Washington Murphy, Esq., / Henry E. Campbell, Esq., , .Jphn King, Esq. CiiERK op TXIE COURSE : T. A. Fennell, Esq. First Race, jBirth-Day Purse of 30 sovs., for all horses that never won a prize above £20. Catch weights; heats, once round the course; post entrance ; one sov. Second Race, The Beechworth Cup of 50 sovs., for all horses that never won an advertised prize of £100. One mile and a half; 1 heats; weight for age. Entrance, 5 sovs. Third Race, Ladies' Purse of *20 sovs, for all horses -that never won a welter race. Twice round the course and a distance; welter weights. Entrance, 2 sovs. Fourth Race, Consolation Stakes of 15 sovs., for all horses that have started and not been distanced during the meeting. One event, one and a half mile. Weight for age. Post entrance, one sov. FOOT RACE, The St...

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THE "Ovens and Murray Advertiser." " This is true liberty, when free-born men, having to advise the public, may speak free."—Milt, trans. Eury. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1855. THE CELESTIALS AND THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

THE SlUbcrtiSfr." " This is true liberhj, when J'ree-born men, having to advise the public, may speak free."-Milt, trans- Eury. SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1855. THE CELESTIALS AND THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. THE vexala qucstlo of the day-the Chinese Immigration.-has been taken up with great spirit by the Melbourne Cham ber of Commerce. A special meeting of the members of that body has lately been held, for the purpose of considering the point on four counts.-1st, Whether the colony, in the face of the British treaty with China, has the power to exclude the subjects of the Celestial Emperor. 2nd, Whether it is legal for the colonial government to im pose passenger restrictions between China and Victoria. 3rd, Whether the lives and properties of British subjects in China would be jeopardised by the passing of any law excluding the Chinese ; and, 4th, IIuw lixr the commercial interests or Gicut Britain and the Australian Colonies, in connection with China, would be endan gered by such a measure....

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Post Office, Beechworth. Sydney and Melbourne Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Post Office, Seechworth. 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.m.; and on Sundays for private-box delivery from 9 to 9 30 a.m.; and for the general delivery of etters be tween the hours of 3 and 4 p.m. The Postmaster-General has issued a notice, that after the 1st January, 1S55, the regulations relating to the prepayment ot' letters by stamps only will be strictly en forced.

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GOLD EXPORT DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

GOLD EXPORT DUTY. THE murder i3 out. The export duty bill has become law. After the 1st proximo 2s. (id. per ounce is to be levied on all gold taken out of the colony. Not in vain hath the moun tain laboured. Hurrah for agitation! On behalf of the raining population of the Ovens district we make our best bow to the gentlemen in the west who have immor talised themselves, and gained for the digging community this memorable tri umph. (?) Quick-witted, far-sighted gentry-to escape the ills from which you suffered you have flown to others that you dreamed not of; sick at heart at having to ascend from your deep pits at the call of every constable ; you are now fain to sub mit to be stopped on your every journey have your pockets legally turned inside out, your ribs legally invaded, your meanest garment removed-in short, to be exposed to almost every conceivable kind of indig nity, whenever it may .suit Mr. Jack in office to suspcct-nay only to pretend to suspect-that you, whosoever you ...

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THE BACHELOR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

THE BACHELOR'S DAY. The bachelor's morning is weary and sad r His bread is ill toasted, his butter is bad ; His coffee is cold, and his shoes are not brush'd Breakfast thus leaveth him angry and flush'd. He comforts himself for his sorrows by thinking, At dinner, at least, he'll have eating and drinking ; ' Good ale and beefsteak no misfortune can hinder,' But the steak, when brought up, is founds burnt to a cinder. He tugs at the bell-pull, by fury inspired, To lecture the landlady till he is tired; But she takes precious care to be out of the way When she thinks that her lodger has some thing to say ! He then finds that the temper to which she has driven him Is not like to be sweeten'd by the beer she has given him, So he rises in wrath. ' But my tea cannot miss,' He half-doubtingly says, ' to be better than this.' The whole afternoon he has nothing to. do He reads his old newspaper twenty times through ; If the weather were good he might saunter about, But the rain is so heavy he...

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Local and Domestic. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Local and Domestic. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-We have been requested to inform our readers that Mr. Malpas, the gentleman who is to officiate 'as lay reader for this place, until -we may be able to obtain the services of an ordained clergyman, lias arrived at Wan :garatta, en route for Beechworth, and that henceforward we shall have the benefit of regular Church of England service. We have further been requested to state that Divine Service will be performed on Sun day next by the [Rev. Cooper Searle, in the morning at 11 o clock, and in the evening at half-past G o'clock, at the Court House, Beechworth ; and in the afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at Snake Valley. MECHANIC'S INSTITUTE.-By advertise ment in our issue of the 7tli instant, it ?was notified that proceedings in this undertaking had been suspended, until copies of the regulations by which the Mechanic's Institute of Melbourne is guided could be procured. We have now much pleasure in informing our readers that the same have been receive...

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Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. THE FRIEND OP BY-GONE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. THE FRIEND OP BY-GONE DAYS When memory brings afresh again, The joys that once were ours, And lingers, as she's sometimes wont, On past delightful hours ; How sweet to guide her mystic feet To tread the flovvry maze, Where we have wandered with a friend The friend of by-gone days. When fortune smiles, and life presents A prospect bright and clear ; When perfect sunshine, without shade, Around us doth appear ; When flatterers pour into our ear, The dulcet notes of praise ; Oh ! how we long again to hear The friend of by-gone days. But when a change comes o'er the scene, And sorrow dims the eye, And fond regret for what hath been, Calls forth the deep drawn sigh; Alone, in grief and solitude, Shunning the world's cold gaze, How precious would a smile be from, The friend of by-gone days. When sickness robs the rosy cheek, And plants the lily pale, When langour bows and stoops the form vSo late erect and pale ; 'Twill flush that pallid brown again The achi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

GARDEN SEEDS, AT . Hellish and Anderson's, . BEEcnwoRTii . 505 my 12 PAPERII AN GINGS, w'. .... AT Mellisli and Anderson's, v:._v-...v Beechworth. 50G al 2.8 ilbtlND, SQUARE & SHEET IRON, ./., , AT Mellish and Anderson's, BEECHWORTH. 507al28 BARWIDGEE GRAZING PADDOCK. HORSES taken to Graze in the above Paddock will be fetched from Mr. Jarvis's Hotel, Yachandandah, on Monday, April 30th, and every succeeding Monday; from Mr. Wallace's Hotel, Nine-mile, on Wednesday, 2nd May, and every succeed ing Wednesday; and from Mr. Garven's, the Criterion Hotel, Beechworth, on Satur day, 5th May, and every succeeding alter nate Saturday. The' paddock is unsurpassed in its abundant feed in all seasons, contains 720 ;acres, and is well watered and secure. Charge for grazing per s. d. ' head per week 5 0 For fetching and return ing each 10 0 Every care but no responsibility. N.B.-Horses must be left at the above .stables before 10 a.m. on the days before mentioned. Alfred Darvall. "April 19...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

General Printing. FRANCIS"!!.1 NIXON IS 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 styles, and at moderate charges. The] proprietor is about making such arrangements as will enable him shortly to execute all descriptions of Printing at very greatly rcduced charges J THE " ©beng $c Mttvvai? ft&bcvtfefe*," Scale of Charges for Advertisements : For 1 line, and under 10.... Is. per line. " 10 lines, and under 15.... 10d. " ,, 15 lines, and under 20.. .. 8d. " " 20 lines, and upwards.. .. 6d. " A fair reduction will be made for perma nent Advertisements. Noticc. THE public is requested to take notice that on and after the 7th of April, the price of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser, will be reduced to one-half, viz., One shilling-, per single copy; and Ten shillings, per quarter, to subscri...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. AKIUVKD. April 17. - Wonga Wonga, from Sydney ; Trafalgar, from Glasgow; John Ormerod, from Newcastle. 18.-Black Swan, from Launceston. 19.-Robert and Betsy, from Mauritius ; Telegraph, from Sydney. 20.-Lady Bird, from Launceston ; Hellespont, from Sydney ; Gx-eyhound, from Valparaiso. 21.-Czar, from Glasgow; Olivia, from London; Rienzi, from Dublin; Wodan, from Valparaiso; Ci<-y of Hobart, from Hobart Town; Juan a, from Valparaiso. 22. Grenada, from Willunga; Annie Wilson, from Liverpool; Gambiaj from LiverpooL 23.-Agneta, from London; R. M. D., from Valparaiso. SAILED. April 1/.-Wild Irish Girl, for Sydney; Mariquita, for Launceston. 18.-Mari posa, and Natilus, for Hobart Town. 19. Francis, for Callao; George Metcalf, for Sydney ; New Great Britain, for London ; White Swan, for Adelaide; Black Swan, ! for Adelaide. 20.-Sebastian Cabot, for Calcutta; Santiago, for Batavia. 21. Sebivn, for Newcastle; Priam, for Point de Galle; Tel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

«mJEQ- CR Y"-(continued) 91. Large bay mare, branded mv on the w near shoulder, from Snake Valley, about the 1st inst. £5, if strayed; £'25, if stolen, on conviction of the thief. 91 al 2S 92. Chesnut mare, from Snake Valley, on the 24th inst., branded eh near shoul der, MS near neck. £5 reward, if strayed ; £10, if stolen, on conviction of the thief. 92 al 21 To Purchasers of Land at the Three-mile Creek. THE Resident Commissioner of Beech worth having replied to the letter addressed to him by purchasers of land at ifche Agricultural Reserve, Three-mile Creek, A MEETING will be held At the Assembly Rooms, at 4 o'clock, "On the Afternoon of MONDAY NEXT, the 30th instant, ?for the purpose of making known to the purchasers the nature of the reply. 523 al 28 £5 Reward. LOST or Stolen, from New Rush, Spring Creek, last month, dark .chesnut Horse, branded wh near shoulder, C jhII s (the hl conjoined) under mane near O side, above 15 hands' high, in low condi tion, switch tail. Whoever wi...

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PICKINGS FEOM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

PICKINGS FEOM PUNCH. How TO JIAKE YOUKSKI/F INVISIJJI/E. -Go into the police. A MOST DESIKABLE INVESTMENT.' The investment of Sebastopol by the allies. IGNORANCE (Coalheaver reading the newspaper to companion).-Vot's 'orsc dc combat, Bill ? Is it a war-'om*. CHARLEY'S (NOT) MY DARLING.-Sir Charles Napier, in his telegraphic address to the electors of Marylebone, takes for his watchword 'War to the knife with Russia.' It is all very well for old Charley to talk about c War to the knife,' just as he is about to ' cut it.' RECREATION IN NATUUAIJ HISTORY. A young gentleman of a lively turn sent his slow friend to an ornithologist for a yellow hammer to dri ve a nail. RUSSIAN DUTCH COURAGE.-They say the Russian soldiers have plenty of Raki served out to them previously to going into action. Certainly, the enemy is carrying on the war with spirit. THE EMPEROR'S PLATE. . It was always thought to be the best silver, but it is nothing better than Old Nickel. Tint GRAND FEAST OP THE Gij/uco C...

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The Scrap Book. "Quirks, Quips, Cranks, and Merry Gibes.' [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

The Scrap Book. "Quirks, Quips, Cranks, and Merry Gibes.' What sort of lucifers does a man use to make light of his troubles ? The man ' behind the age' was over thrown by the advancing civilisation of the c coming generation.' A lieutenant's widow writes to complain that her heart is ' left tenantless.' It is noticed as a horrible relic of ancient barbarity, that the unfortunate militia are first drawn and then quartered. An American paper, in noticing the proposal to light the streets of a village with red-headed girls, says :-' If we lived there we'd play tipsy every night, and hug the lamp-posts.' AN BMTOUIAT, ENIGMA.-The Utica Telegraph contains the following brief but ominous paragraph :-' Ha ! ha ! ha ! it's a girl!' .I'm sitting on the style, Mary,' as the lover said when he seated himself on a bonnet of the last Parish fashion. THE BEST MKDIUM.-The best method for a man to reap advantages in love matters, is to turn his hand to the cultiva tion of wirisl properly. TIIK BABY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Washing, &c. APPLY at the house at the hack of the Bank of New South Wales, Ford street, Beechworth. 528 ol 28 Musical Instruments. Messrs. Ichcrsoti and Co., Jewellers, &c., ? Near the Bridge, Spring Creek, BEG to inform their friends and the public generally, that they have just received a large and varied assortment of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, consisting of cornopeans, .flutes, violins, flutinas, accordions;, musical boxes, &c. &c., of a very superior description, and which they can oflVr to their patrons on the most reasonable terms. Messrs. Ickerson and, Co. would particu larly call the attention of the public to a splendid musical instruments, called -the piano-flutina, the first of the kind ever introduced to this colony. *.#* A superior genuine Besson corno pean. 530 al 28

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GOLD EXPORT DUTIES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

GOLD EXPORT DUTIES BILL. In the Legislative Council on Thursday, the 19th instant, the COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS moved the third reading of this bill. Mr. IIAKKISON moved, as an amend ment, that the Speaker do leave the chair, and that the bill be remitted, with a view to the insertion of a few words restricting the operation of the act to one year. Mr. SNODGKASS supported the amend ment. He had listened with.great plea sure to the arguments tor and against this bill, but he was not convinced that an export duty_ was at all necessary. The only plea for it was that of expediency ; but there were fifty other modes of taxa tion to be found, better than this. He did not think that the diggers, as a class, should be specially marked out for taxa tion. An export duty was a novelty in their colonial legislation, and he would ask the hon. member for Melbourne (Mr. O'Shanassy) tr> point to any one instance besides this in which it had been at tempted. He looked upon the principle as a bad one,...

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Literature. POLITICAL ECONOMY. (Continued from our last). MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Literature. POLITICAL ECONOMY. '.(Continued from our last). MACHINKIIY. The question of machinery is one of sortie delicacy, but it would be improper to Omit all notice of it in the present sheet. As the whole progress of things from the beginning has been from no tools to tools, from no modes of shortening labour to modes of doing so, and as the community has both increased in number and im proved in comfovt by these processes, it would be impossible for any philosophical enquirer not only to deny the advantages of machinery, but to assign any conceivable limits to those advantages. The question, however, lias not been ingenuously met by the writers who endeavoured lately to tranquillise the popular mind in the dis turbed districts of England. ' As well,' said they, ' tall out with a spade, or any common tool, as with a machine, since they all alike tend to shorten labour; as well might the plough be denounced 1'or preventing the employment of the spade,' &c. There is this ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. Wangaratta, 24th April, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Original Correspondence. To Ike Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. Wangaratta, 24th April, 1855. Sir,-I bog you will insert the enclosed communication in the next issue of your journal, and you will oblige a large circle of your readers, and Sir, your obedient servant, A government officer, named Witty, who liad been exercising his vocation for the last seven or eight months in this district as an Assistant-Surveyor, disappeared very mysteriously from this township on Thursday night last, taking -with him, I understand, between £300 and £400, the "wages of the poor labouring men attached to nis part of the survey department. He was seen about seven o'clock on Thursday evening riding up to the door of The Hope, and calling the hostler, to whom he delivered his horse, after which he went to the Post-office, stating he would be back in a few minutes; he did not however return, nor has he been heard of since, although the strictest enquiries have been instituted as to his wherea...

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Country Court. Friday, 20th April, 1855. Before His Honor, J. G. Forbes, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 28 April 1855

Friday, 20th April, 1855. Before His Honor, J. G. Forbes, Esq. The following causes were struck out, plaintiffs not appearing : Johnston v. .Sparks Ford v. Le Blande J Curd v. Munro Johnston v. Farr Nixon and Co. v. Williams and Co. NONSUITED. Sparks v. Johnston . Foster v. Gilbertson * Meldrum v. Williams and Co. ????.. SKTTLBD. ,fj Fennell v. Norton Nixon and Co. v. Murphy Nixon and Co. v. Garven Neuber v. Juppenletz Gordon v. Taylor ICeogh v. Iladlam Nixon and Co. v. Brown and Munro Haynes v. Worthington Burtte v. Moore . PAID INTO COURT. . Johnston v. Sullivan i ; Munro and Co. v. Johnston Smith v. Shaw McEchcrn v. Smith Gray v. Parry AGUKKI) UPON TBR.MS. Rowe v. Ryall Reilly v. Witty. Wallace v. Littlewood. Verdict, for plaintiff, £7 I Os. Worthington v. Ashton. Verdict for plaintiff, £7. Worthington v. Deane. Verdict 'for plaintiff, £4. Neuber v. Fagan. Verdict for plaintiff, £5 7s. Gel. Bradv v. Wright. Verdict for plaintiff, £35 2s. .'3d. F. II. Nixon and Co: v. Smith, Verdi...

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