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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. April 24.-Havilah, from Adelaide. 25.-Yarra Yarra, from Sydney; Black Swan, from Launceston; Tubal Cain, from Valparaiso ; Cambridge, from Liver pool ; Gipsy Queen,from London ; Eastern State, from New York. 26.-Lady Bird, from Launceston; Storm Cloud, from St. j John's, N. B.; Melpomene, from London; Ellen, from Valparaiso. 27--City of ; Sydney, from Sydney; Oliver Von i Noord, from London; Pacitico, from j Mauritius. 28.-Monarch and Telegraph, I from Sydney ; Kate Hastings, from Bos ! ton; Petronilla, from St. John's. N.B.; White Swan, from Adelaide. 2i).-Wil liam Cole, from Callao ; Napoleon III., from Glasgow ; Minuet, from Henosand, Sweden. 30.-Maria, from Valparaiso ; Eagle and Aldebaran, from London; Australia, from Liverpool. SAILER. April 25.-Kate Hooper, for Guam; General Jesup, for Calcutta ; Mooresfort, for Callao, 27.-Tarquinia, for San Francisco. 28.-Yarra Yarra, for Syd ney. 29.-Lady Bird, for Launceston ; Windward, f...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

Impoundings. TMPOUNDED at Maiden's Punt, by ' ' V ? S . ,Mfidc'V- 14ih April, 1855: Brindle sided poley cow, slit near ear, n near rump ; yellow and white cow, N near rump, jt (the tail of j reversed) off rump ntON near ribs; yellow and white cow, HH oft rump, like writing x near shoulder : roan strawberry bullock, IRON near ribs, ijj off rump: yellow poley bullock, FF near back, Jike n off rump; red cow 7 piece off near ear, illegible brand near rump and thigh; yellow cow, ns near rump, i-n near back ; dark brindle cow, down horns, pt off rump ; red bullock, brown muzzle, piece out near ear, ns near rump ; red bullock, stumpy tail, AS » near S rump, like jar off rump and thigh. On 1/th April, 185a, by Mr. Howe. Brindle strawberry stag, antelope horns, slit in off ear, ac near rib®; red staff, ab off W 9 rump ; strawberry bull, no visible brand ; dark brown bullock, slit near ear, JC off BC rump, off shoulder, in near horn ; yellow sided cow, h in circle off rump 7 under, like ED of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

ANY Person or Persons found driving horses or cattle from this run, with out bringing them to the stockyard, will be prosecuted according as the law directs. GEORGE .7. HiNcirrNOTON. Thallananga, May 2nd, 1855. 536 my 19 In the County Court of Beechworth, Colony of Victoria. FIERI FACIAS. ALFRED GORDON, 1 Plaintiff', Between v v. I WILLIAM WALKER, ^ Defendant. "VTOTICE is hereby given that on 1> MONDAY, the 7th day of May, A.D. 1855, at the hour of 1 o'clock, p.m., the following property will he sold without reserve, 'at the defendant's place of residence, situated in High-street, Beech -\vorth, unless this claim be previously satisfied, One complete set of Blacksmith's Implements A quantity of charcoal and old iron One carriage body Four ditto wheels And various other useful articles. WILLIAM G. BRETT. County Court Office, Beechworth, May 4th, 1855. 537 my 5 WANTED a first-rate Cook and Waiter ; none need apply except he can produce good testimonials of character, both as to sob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

Washing, &o. APPLY at the house at the back of the Bank of New South Wales, Ford ptreet. Beechworth. .528 Public Noticc. BLACK PONY, star on forehead, long switch tail, branded is off shoulder, particulars office of this paper. 539 je 9 In the County Court of Beechworth, Colony of^ Victoria. FIERI FACIAS. F . ARTHUR ROWE, 1) Plaintiff; Between s. v. \ NICHOLAS DANIELS, ^ Defendant. "VTOTICE is hereby given that on _L I MONDAY, the 7th day of May, A D. 1855, at the hour of 3 o'clock, p.m., the following property will be sold, at the Government Camp, Beechworth, without reserve, unless this claim be previously satisfied, One black draught horse One bay mare and foal. WILLIAM G. BRETT. County Court Oflice, Beechworth, May 4th, 1855. 543 my 5 (Ennimer-cial. Preliminary Notice. JOHN K. BROWN HAS pleasure in announcing to his friends and patrons that, having retired from the late firm of Brown, Munro and Co., he will open his new and extensive premises, at the corner of Ford-stree...

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Summary of Mining Intelligence. THE GOLD FIELDS OF THE OVENS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

Summary of Mining Intelligence. THE GOLD FIELDS OF THE OVENS DISTRICT. SPUTNG CIU'.KK.-Mining operations are still being prosecuted with vigour on this creek. The population at the ' Rush now exceeds 1200, and everything con" tinucs very bvisk. There has been a small rush during the past week to Roper's Hill, where there are about BO to 100 people working, in the old ground, but with what success we have not yet lciii ned. We have, however, been informed that some parties prospecting took six ounces from a dish of washing stufl. SNAKE VAM-IKY.--Nothing of interest has occurred since our last; parties, how ever, still continue to return. YACIIANDANDAII.-Tilings are going on much as usual in this locality. The rain which fell last week has been greatly beneficial. Great excitement has been caused among the community, owing to an English woman having taking up her I resipence with a Chinaman. A meeting has been held for the purpose of consider ing the best steps to be taken towards the...

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NEW LINE OF ROUTE TO BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

NEW LINE OF ROUTE TO 1JKECHWORTII. We are indebted for the following information to a report, addressed on the 23rd ultimo, by the officer in charge of the Merton Survey Department, to the Sur veyor-General : - A very pood line of road might be got from the Plenty to the top of the Ranges, and theie would be only one fourth of a mile sidelong cutting from thence to the descent to the King Parrot Creek. This route would pass through probably some of the finest land in the colony, the soil, of a rich chocolate colour, being well adapted for wheat. The timber is of a valuable description, and in the event of this line being carried out, the market might be supplied with home grown wood, thereby doing away with our extensive importations from Van Die man's Land. Following the course of the King Parrot Creek (via Maclellan's) about 12 miles, it would be necessary to cross it four or five times, to avoid some declines. but, as timber is so remarkably plentiful, the expense of bridges woul...

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CRESWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

CRESWICK. (From (he Weekly Chronicle.) The price of gold yesterday fell to 74s. 9d. The escort shows a decided in crease on previous weeks, and the deposit aeeount has also been considerably aug mented. During the last few days the weather has been unsettled and threaten ing, and there is every reason to believe .that the winter has now fairly commenced. Trade continues brisk, and an increased confidence appears to influence the tran sactions of the commercial commu nity. The chief conversation among all classes is the extraordinary ' order' for the abolition of the Creswick Gold Office. Bankers, gold brokers, storekeepers, and diggers join in indignant censure against this insane act of our insane government ; and if we rightly estimate the temper of the populace, the meeting to be held THIS day will be marked by an unanimity of sentiment but seldom witnessed. The Gold Export Duty is the more condemned the more it is discussed, and the prevail ing impression is, that in its present...

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THE CRIMEA. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

THK CIllM HA. The Times correspondent in the Crimea forwards the following despatch, dated 22nd January : - ' The weather is very fine and temperate. Our army is still sickly. Abundant sup plies of all kinds are arriving. No progress to report in the siege. The French have taken most of our right attack. Shot, shell, and warm clothing go to the front daily, but no huts. The Emu had arrived witli the 1-Hh regiment, but neither that nor the 3yth have yet been landed. The Gorgon and Highflyer have arrived at Balaklava. Tne Russians are said to he in want of ammunition. They show, how ever, no sign of want, but fire briskly. Seb.istopol received supplies on the 17th January. Another despatch, dated the ] 9th, says the situation of the beseigers was excel lent ; the horses only were suffering. Sleighs were being employed, and greatly facilitated transport, t he mortars caused considerable damage to the works, and also to the town. The Mentor arrived at Marseilles on Monday, bringing Crim...

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LATER EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

LATER EUROPEAN INTEL LIGENCE. By the arrival of the Napoleon III., "which sailed January 31st from Glasgow, . we have intelligence from Glasgow to that -date, and consequently from London to the previous evening. The debate on Mr. Roebuck's motion for a committee to en quire into the conduct of the war, adjourned .from Friday, the 26th January, to Monday, . the 29th; was resumed on that evening, ? -and resulted in the defeat of the ministry. On the division on Mr. Roebuck's motion, . the numbers were Ayes 305 Noes 148 .Majority against the Government 175 The announcement of the numbers was received without cheering. ... From the second edition of the Glasgow Chronicle, of the 31 st January, we have the following resume of the intelligence received in London up to the evening of the 30th The Times says the House of Commons has decided.on enquiry, by a crushing ma jority, that will at least bving the whole . weight of public opinion and feeling to hear . on'the management of the war, ...

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Local and Domestic. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

Local and Domestic. PUBLICANS' LICKNSES.- We beg to re mind publicans and refreshment vendors that the annual meeting for the purpose of granting licenses for the year commencing first of July next, for this district, will be holden at the Court House, Beechv/orth, on Monday, the 4th day of June proximo, at twelve o'clock noon, anil that all appli cations must be filed with the Clerk of the Bench, on or before Monday, the 14th instant, after which day none will be received. SALLE DE VALKNTINO.-The concert, postponed from Saturday last, came off at the above establishment, as announced, on Tuesday evening, and was, we are happy to state, very fairly attended. 1 he per formance was really very good, certainly superior to anything that has hitherto been offered to the Beechworth public. The violin solos were excellent, and the sing ing very fair. The great song of the evening was 1 Billy Barlow's Account of the Beechworth Assize Ball,' which was sung with great spirit by Mr. Small, in ...

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LIST OF AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

LIST OF AGENTS. 1 The following, having been appointed Agents for the Ovens'and Murray Adver tiser, are authorised to Receive Subscrip tions and Advertisements forthis^journal. Albury Mr.; Pallon* Bcnalla " ^lajer, ; Kilmore " Trainer,^ Wangaratta " IJpnnelly,' Euroa " I>e Rqos, Melbourne. " Clark^,.; ' *. Yachandandah.... " De Greaves, , Goulburn " Riley, 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, Gawler Town, Castlemaine, Sandhurst, Ileathcote, Warranga, Balaarat, Omeo Devil's River, &e., &c., &c.

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THE WAR—THE TREATY WITH SARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

THE WAR-THE TRKATY WITII SARDINIA. Paris,.Tuesday, Jan. 150.:-The Monilcur publishes the text of the Military Conven tion made by the Piedmontese Govern ment with England and France. The King of Sardinia will provide an army c;>rps of 15,000 men, organised in five brigades, forming two divisions, and a re serve brigade. lie will keep up the numerical strength of this army corps by the regular expedition of reinforcements. The Sardinian Government will provide for the pay and provisioning of these troops. France and England guarantee the integrity of the Sardinian states, and will defend them against any attack during the war. Vienna, Monday.-It is said that the military stipulations are agreed upon be tween the three powers, although no military convention has yet been con cluded. Paris, Monday.- The funds closed G7 95 and Argus.

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Police Report. For the week ending 4th May, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 May 1855

Police Report. For the week ending 4lh 1855. DRUNKK.V.VKSS. - But one individual, (Thomas Kcllij, of New Rush,) was charged with imbibing too freely during the week, and he was fined 40s. LUNACY.-Edwin Robertson was appre hended on the "27tli ult., by the police, at New Hush, under circumstances denoting a temporary derangement of intellect; and was remanded by the bench for medical treatment. lie was brought up on the 1st inst., and discharged on recovery. He attributed his misfortune to the immoderate use of port wine in this part of the colony. Thomas Mcxam was given in charge by his wife on the 29th ult., because he would ramble about at night, believing that his hut was attacked ; however, his ideas im proved during a night's stay in the lock up, end he was discharged on Monday, promising to abstain from drink for the futuie. GROG-SELLING. - William E. Lay- cock, of the Junction, Spring Creek, was on Saturday last fined £50 for dispens- ing brandy nobblers without a license. Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 May 1855

S. LASKER & CO., Watchmakers and Jewellers., 20, Great Bourke-street, Melbourne, :And Townsend-street, Albury. S LASKER & CO. beg . to return I thanks tor the patronage that has been so liberally bestowed on them by the public and trade in general, and hope by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of their support. S. L. & Co. have lately received a large stock of English and foreign gold and silver watches Ladies' and gentlemen's gold chains Rings. And A select stock of all descriptions of .jewellery Also, A large stock of watchmakers' tools and materials "Watch glasses of all descriptions, &c. 'With which he is able to supply the trade cheaper than any other house in Mel bourne. All Country Orders executed on the ^shortest notice. S. Lasker and Co. avail themselves of this opportunity of thanking the in habitants of Albury and surrounding neighbourhood for the liberal support that has been bestowed, and hope, by strict attention, they...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 May 1855

GARDEN SEEDS, AT Mellish and Anderson's, BEECIIWORTII. 505 my 12 ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, AND AUSTRALIAN CHARTERED BANK. Incorporated by Roval Charter, 1S52. " Capital, £500,000. Interest on Fixed Deposits, LODGED after this date, will be allowed at the Melbourne Branch of this Corporation until further notice, as follows: On deposits requiring two months' of withdrawal, 2 per cent, per annum. On ditto ditto three months, 3 per cent, per annum. On ditto ditto six months, '3} per cent, per annum. On ditto ditto nine months, 4 per cent, per annum. On ditto ditto twelve months, 5 per cent, per annum. F. A. WALSH, Manager. English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank, Melbourne, 24th March, 1853. 422 je 19 Twenty Pounds Reward. STOLEN from Benalla (Broken River), on or about the 23rd November, 1854, a chesnut-coloured Horse Pony, ?white blaze down the face, off hind foot white, branded O on near shoulder, O on ML conjoined near ribs. Twenty Pounds Reward will be paid by the undersigned on...

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List of Unclaimed Letters for the month of APRIL, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 May 1855

List of Unclaimed Letters for month of APRIL, 1855. A Allen, James 6 Anderson, /ohn Aubrey, William 11 Amour, R Anderson, Peter Adams, T C H Anderson, H / B Bayliss, John H Bree, Thomas Bruzette, J Blackwell, Mr Byvn, James Baker, John Blyth, James Compton, Mr Cufley, Richd C'reelman, E T Crouch, Mrs C'oiser, Richd Campbell, Wm Constable, Wm Courtney, Charles Darwin, J ''Doyle, W Doig, Jno Duff, Jno Davey, Mr Duce, Thos Brady, Thos W Brougham, James Booth, Joseph Benson, John Black, Robt Brebant, Thos, 3 Bannon & Bowling c Crowther, Jno Casset, E Connor, Jas Clare, Wm Copley, Job Cawthorne, Nichs Campbell, -A Collins^' John D Davis, James Davidson, Wm Donohue, John Dowling, John Diamond, Chas Day, Wm E East, Chas F Fynn, Jno, 2 Forbes, Robt Fennell, Jno G Evetts, S Edwards, Hy Framplin, Mr Fairbridge, R Farron, Jno Ford, Jno Saml G Gillick, Thos Green, T B Glass, Henry Grant Gaggin, Fredk C Garlick, J F, .2 Gray, James Giseomo, Mattie Guy, Charles H HefTner, Christian Iiince...

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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 May 1855

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. AIIIUVKD. April 30.-Australia, from Liverpool ; Australia, from London. May 1. Marion, from Hobart Town. 3.-Clarence, from Launceston. 4.-Omega, from London; Wonga Wonga, from Sydney. 5. - Hellespont, from Sydney ; Lady Bird, from Launceston. (i.-Tasmania, from Hobart Town ; Princess Alice, from Liverpool; Uni, from Bordeaux ; Havilah, from Adelaide. 7--Crouch Brothers, from Valparaiso ; Penelope, from London ; George \Vhitwell, from Gottenburg. SAimn. May 1..-Prins Oscar, for Valparaiso ; Annie, for Hong Kong. 2 -Charles, for Callao; Tarbert Castle, for Newcastle ; Persia, for Ceylon ; Red Jacket, for Liver pool. 3.-Hero, for Callao. 5.-Mary Taylor; Clarence, for Launceston. 7 Elizabeth Thompson, for Calcutta. ENTERED OUTWARDS. May 7--William and Martha, for Guam; Northumberland, for London; Mary Parker, for Guam. CLEARED OUT. May 7.-Alice Frazier, for New Bed ford ; Meteor, for Sydney. PROJECTED DEPARTURES. For London.- George Marshall, Ma...

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Post Office, Beechworth. Sydney and Melbourne Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 May 1855

Post Office, Beechworth. !? Sydney cmcl Melbourne Mails. Melbourne mail arrives Thursday and Sunday, at 7 a.m.; and closes for des patch on Tuesday and Saturday, at 4 , i,p-ra 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 <) a.m. to (3 p.m.; and on Sundays for private-bos delivery from 9 to 9 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 stamps only will be strictly en forced.

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Beechworth Prices Current, AND COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 May 1855

Beechworth Prices Current, AND COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR,. FLOUR-Best. .. £85 to £90 per ton Seconds.... £70 ,, £75 " SUGAR-Cossipore £75 " £80 " Bright counter£G5 " £70 " Ration (dark) £60 " £65 " TBA-Black ... £10 £10 10 per chest Green £4 0 ,, £4 10 ,, CANDLES-Patent Sperm (scarce) 3s 6d ,, per lb. Tallow no demand BUTTER-Fresh.. not procurable Cork 3s Od ,, Salt Colonial 2s Od " 2s 3d ,, CHEKSK-English 2s Gd ,, 3s 0d " Colonial.... Is 3d ,, Is Gd ,, Eggs 10s. Od. per doz* Bacon Is 8d ,, Is lOd per lb. Hams (English).. 2s 3d ,, 2s 6d " (American).. Is *Jd » lslOd Coffee Is 8d ,, Is JOd ,, Salt 6d ,, 6£d " Tobacco-Ameri- ? . _ , . " , > 4s 9d " os Od " can i Barrett's twist 5s ,, Potatoes, scarce .. lOd. " Is. " Onions 9d. " Is. " Pickles (quarts) .. 27s " 30s. per doz. Do. (pints).... 22s ,, Oysters 40s " Lobsters 50s " Sardines 18s ,, 24s. ,, Soup scarce Manila Cigars,No.2 £6 ,, £6 6s per 1000 Shovels, long handles 75s ,, 80s per doz. short do 75s " 80s ,, Picks no demand Hay £35 ,...

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Poetry. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. "CHRONOMOROS." [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 May 1855

ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. " CHRONOMOROS." (From Fulcher's Ladies' Memorandum Book and Poetical Miscellany.) Wearied with hearing folks cry That time would incessantly fly, Said I to myself, f I don't see Why Time should not wait upon me; I will not be carried away, Whether I like it, or nay.' j There is not a labour more vain, Than turning the hour-glass again ! I said-' I will read and will write, And labour all day and all night, And Time will so heavily load, That he cannot but wait on the road But I found that, balloon-like in size, The more fill'd, the faster he flies ; And I could not the trial maintain, Without turning the hour-glass again ! Then said I-' If l ime has so flown When laden, I'll leave him alone ; And I think that he cannot but stay, When he's nothing to carry away!' So I safe, folding my hands, Watching the mystical sands, As they fell, grain after grain, Till I turn'd up the hour-glass again. Then I cried in a rage, ' Time shall stand !' The hour-glass I smash'd ...

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