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Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

Shipping Intelligence. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. May 15.-Burra Burra, from Adelaide ; Whistler, from Hong Kong ; Jenny, from Memel; Salem, from Liverpool; De Zwann, from London. 16.-City of Sydney, from Sydney. 17.-Alma, from Leith. 18.-City of Hobart, from Hobart Town; Mermaid, from Liverpool; Laun ceston, from London ; Lady Bird, from Launceston. 19.-Telegraph, from Syd ney. 20 - Pirate, from Launceston; Havilah, from Adelaide ; Gertrude, from Dieppe. 21.-Hellespont, from Sydney. Antelope, from Gottenberg. SAILED. May 15.-Regent, for Mauritius. 16. -Yarra Yarra, for Sydney. 17*-Levant, for Batavia; B. L. Harriman, for Callao. 18.-Kate Hastings, for Calcutta. 19. "Whistler, for Singapore; William and Mary, for Calcutta; Royal Shepherd, for Launceston ; City of Sydney, for Sydney ; Buira Burra. for Adelaide. 20.-Emma Prescott, for Hobart Town *, Wodan, for Valparaiso ; Actif, for Guam ; Venus, for New Zealand. ENTERED OUTWARDS. May 21.-Omega, for Point de Galle ; Apparition, for N...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE GOLD EXPORT DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

THE GOLD EXPORT DUTY. The Government Gazette contains a seriesof rules and regulations having refer ence to the carrying out of the new act imposing a duty of 2s. 6d. per ounce upon gold exported from the colony. The following extracts refer particularly to the depositing of gold at the Gold Office - 1. The holder of an escort receipt may, on payment of the custody fees (if any.) due on the gold represented by it, and on filling up the accompanying form A, deposit such gold for exportation at the Gold Office at Melbourne or Geelong, as the case inay be, and sucli gold will be exempted from the escort fee. £2. An escort receipt in the accompa nying form B will be delivered to the de positor. r3. The gold represented by this receipt "will be retained in the Gold Office until the export duty and rent (if any) thereon, shallhave been paid, and entry outwards made under the provisions of the 6th and 7th clauses of the Act 18 Victoria, No. 2D. '4. A rent of one-sixth of a penny per ounce ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

To small Capitalists. J. HtG^tY- -& -G G, AVE received instructions to offer XX for Sale, on Saturday, June 2nd, at 2 o'clock, on the premises. With furniture, See., with or without -h-r'ii p; forl 'it the New Rush, Spring Cre-k, now licensed by i\lr. ir'eter Wallace, and doing a flourishing business. The building is new, having six bed rooms, large dining-room, tap-room, and commodious bar, well fitted up. Kitchen and stable attached; also an American bowling alley, in good order. Transfer of license and immediate possession given. Since opening, the above Hotel has done very well indeed; and the proprietors are only induced to sell, in consequence of being unable to devote sufficient atten tion to the business, owing to their other engagements. 622 my 26 The Star Hotel, Washing, &c. .. APPLY at the house at the back of the Bank of New South Wales, Ford-' street, Beechworth." 528 Gr 0 R D-i-2 C N G (?) GRAND MUSICAL EMWAIBIENT. This is positively the last appearance...

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SWAN HILL [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

SWAN HILL (From the Bendigo Advertiser.) We have been blest with a copious fall of rain during the last three weeks, and already its good effects have been felt. The land-hills and plains-have assumed a green appearance, very refreshing to the eye. If the same mild weather continue, which we enjoy, for a month longer, there will be no lack of feed in this quarter, and plenty of fat stock for your market in the spring will be the result. The Murray rose about a foot some ten days sine3, but it has again fallen to its former level, and is still falling; but if, as may reasonably be surmised, there has been a fall of rain in the mountains, we may expect the river to rise again in a week or so. One of Captain Cadell's two new iron steamers, which arrived at the Goolwa from the Clyde in January last, was to be launched last week; the other is being put together, and is to be launched in June. Too much credit cannot be given to the gallant captain for the spirited manner in which he has. ...

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Summary of Mining Intelligence. THE GOLD FIELDS OF THE OVENS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

Summary of Mining Intelligence. THE GOLD FIELDS OF THE . , OVENS DISTRICT. Since our last report, every thing has been going on much in the same style as usual. A great quantity of rain has fallen, and from general appearances, it is probable that we shall have a wet winter. The rush on the Three-mile . Creek is turning out very well, and there are 'many miners engaged, most of whom appear to be satisfied. Spring Creek seems to be more thickly popula ted, of late, notwithstanding the 'rushes' to the Woolshed and Three-mile Creek that have lately taken place. The Yachandandah diggings continue to pros per, although, it. is to be feared, that the late heavy rain may cause some damage to machinery and claims in the bed of the Creek. We fear that the operations on the Buckland mav be similarly affec . ted. Although there has been little of novelty or local interest occuring during the last few days, we have one piece of intelligence which we reserved as a bonne bouchc. At snake Valley, ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

Original Correspondence. | To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray I Advertiser. i Sir-In reference to a letter written for publication about five or six weeks ago in your invaluable paper, respecting the state of quackery on the gold fields, and contrary to my expectations, it only ap peared in your last number. I am now happy to find I was misinformed on the part of that gentleman illuded to, as a favourable opportunity has since offered itself, in which his abilities were tested as a medical practitioner in a doubtful case of consultation ; and the death of the child in question I do not hesitate in saying might originate purely from neglect on the part of the parents, in not following his directions, and giving the medicine according to orders, than from any inca pability on his part. I now make this I voluntary statement, as conscience de mands me to do so. I have had the honour of late of being acquainted with Dr. Hoover, I believe an American, and from his knowledge of dis | ea...

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Police Report. For the week ending May 25th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

Police leport. For the week ending Mai/ 25lh, 1855. DRUNKARDS.-James Smith, fined 20s.; Ben Davison, failing to pay a similar penalty, was imprisoned for twenty-four hours. John Lambrook, Henriy Conncl, Joseph Turner, and 'Thomas M'Gull, were severally admonished and discharged. LUNACY.- Richard Martel and Michael Maker, apprehended under circumstances denoting temporary derangement of intel lect, were remanded to the gaol for medical treatment. STEALING WASHING STUFF. -For this offence John Thomas Watson, of the Three-mile Creek, was, oil the 23rd inst., sentenced to three months' imprisonment, with hard labour.

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NAVIGATION OF THE RIVER GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

NAVIGATION OF THE RIVER GOULBURN. HAVING previously endeavoured to point out some of the benefits likely to accrue to the Victorian colonists by the navigation of the Goulburn River, we now propose to discuss as briefly as possible the praclicn bUiUf of the scheme itself; and to state simply so much as we ourselves knoiv of the results of investigations and surveys that have but a short time since been made, with the view of determining the capabilities of the river. In the spring of last year a gentleman Captain Vanzeulicom, a nautical man of great experience and undoubted integrity, -impressed with the . importance . of. establishing some more effective means of inland communication than that at present in use, and feeling convinced, from what he had previously observed of the charac ter of the Goulburn River, that it might be available, determined on making the experiment; and, accordingly, having built a small flat-bottomed boat, and pro vided himself with the necessary equip me...

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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, MAY 26, 1855. TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

THE " ®tiew0 anJr ^SJwrosi? fllibntisrv." " This is true liberty, when free-born men, having to advise the public, may speak free"-Milt, trans. Eury. SATURDAY, MAY 2'5, 1855. TO OUR READERS. ' Everything must have an end,-' and we suppose that even the patience of our subscribers is not more exempt from the force of this axiom than other sublunary matters. Week after week have we been promising to publish our improved edition, until we have begun to fear that our sub scribers would fancy that we had been practising a hoax on them. Fortunately for ourselves, however, the tedious journey of bullock-drays is equally subject to the above rule; and, accord ingly, those containing our new machine and plant of type ar» rived yesterday afternoon; so that we can now confidently pro mise the public to present to their notice the improved sheet on Saturday next. . . We would take this opportu nity of again craving the indul gence of our subscribers for any inaccuracies that may have occurred d...

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RACES TO COMMEMORATE THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

RACES TO COMMEMORATE THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. These races came off, according to advertisement, on Thursday last, the anni versary of the Queen's birthday. On the previous evening a meeting was held at the Freemasons' Arms Hotel, for the purpose of receiving entries. There was a tolerable attendance of the lovers of the turf, and the betting, in some instances, was very spirited. For the second race, viz. The Beech worth Cup, of 50 sovs., for all horses that never won an advertised prize of £100. One mile and a half; heats; weight for age; the following horses were entered, Mr. Warby's g.g. Orlando, aged, lOst. lib. Mr. C. King's b.g. Patchwork, aged, lOst. 1 lib. Mr. J Johnston's b.g. Electricity, 5 vm. 9st. 11 lbs. For the third race, The Ladies' Purse of 20 sovs., for all horses that never won a welter race. Twice round the course and a distance ; one event; were entered Mr, R. Reid'sg.g. Badger, aged, 12st. 21b. Mr. C. King's b.g. Dress Improver, aged, 12st. 2ibs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

Steam to Adelaide. REGULAR weekly com munication. The fa vourite steamship, WHITE SWAN, T-I. M. Ewan, Commander, will be de spatched for the above port, on WEDNES DAY, 21st March, leaving the Railway Company's Pier, Sandridge, at half-past three o'clock, afternoon. For freight or passage, apply to Brown, Ralston & Co., 304 23, Market-street Church of England. OTICE is hereby given that Divine Service will be held (D; V.), every Sunday, at the Assembly Rooms, Beech worth. Morning at 11 o'clock, evening at half-past 6 o'clock. Francis Malpas, Assistant Minister. 619 Pianoforte and Concertina for Sale. Sale, by private contract, a first _ rate square grand Pianoforte, by Stoddart, in excellent order. Also, a most superior Concertina, nearly new. Apply to Mr. NIXON, office of this paper. 617 STOLEN or strayed, from M'Donald's Gap, Plenty Ranges, on the 20th May, 1854, a heavy draught dark grey mare, branded AS on near shoulder. IH Any person giving such information as shall lead...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

Notice. Twenty Pounds Reward. STOLEN, from Simpson's Diggings, in April, 1855, a bay horse, with black points, star on face, switch tail, white marks under the saddle, and branded J L ES near shoulder. The above reward will be given to any person giving such information as will lead to a conviction of the thief, or £10 if strayed. Apply to Mr. Sanders, Bull and Mouth Hotel, Simpson's Diggings ; to Mr. John Mathieson, Victoria Hotel, Five-mile Creek, Goulburn Diggings; or to Mr. Daniel McAlary, Nine mile Creek, Ovens     Diggings. Communication respecting the horse to be addressed to Mr. Daniel McAlary, Post Office. Beechworth. 595   Portraits Painted in Oil and Wa,ter Colours, Of Royal Academies London & Amsterdam. THE Interior of Rooms decorated in a style calculated to produce great attraction ; for example see a room at J. H BILBRONN, Eureka Restaurant, New Rush. 594 aug IS EUREKA RESTAURANT, New Bush. JHEILBRONN is now prepared to I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

Meeting at 'Apollo Hall, Yachan dandah, for the purpose of ap-       pointing a Committee, to make arrange- ments preparatory to 'Celebrating the 4th day of July, The Anniversary of American Indepen dence, Dr. M. HOOVER in the Chair. The following gentlemen were appointed to act as committee:   GEORGE MAYHEW, ISAAC B. KERBY, JAMES S. SCOTT, ROBERT M. VAUGHN, M. HOOVER, William G. GERRY. Resolved- 'That the committee have full power to make all necessary arrange- ments.' Resolved- 'That the committee have power to add four to their number, to act in concert with them, if desirable.'   Resolved- 'That the committee be in structed to give a cordial invitation to all Christian nations.' Resolved - ' That we, as American citizens, coming from a land that is governed by good and wholseome laws, feel ourselves bound by that hospitality which is shewn to us, to offer our assist- ance ; and would invite all peaceably dis- posed...

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Local and Domestic. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 26 May 1855

Local and Domestic. ANNIVERSARY OK AMERICAN INDE PENDENCE.- Already have those truly national-minded men-the Americans commenced making preparations for the celebration of their great daj, the 4 th of July. By an announcement, which ap pears in another portion of our columns, it will, be seen that at Vachandandah they have resolved to 'do the thin#' in correct style. A meeting has been held, and a committee appointed, for the purpose of regulating the proceedings. There is every reason to expect that our i. depen dant friends will muster in great numbers on the occasion. HUME TESTIMONIAL FUND.-Pursuant to an advertisement in our last issue, a meeting to consider the propriety of making some public recognition of the benefits conferred on the colony in g< neral, and of the southern districts in particular, by the discoveries of Mr. Hamilton Hume, was held at the Royal Hotel, on__ Tuesday evening last, D. Patter son, Esq., in the chair. The meet ing was most respectably att...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 1 January 1857

v. . r. TSHDSSa addressed to tis EMsidsn* of tho Control Bead Board, Melbourne, trill be received until 11> ft.ni.j ou Friday, Jurory % far building ft Btidg* oior Stottf Creek, eeven milea from "W&ngaratta. Plana and specifications can bo seen aw Mr, Ryley's office, WangM-atta, where printed forms of Tender can bo obtained, tho lowest Tender wjll not necerjarily be .accepted. V. E. Immigration Remittances. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. PERSONS wishing to bring outiheir rela tives and friends from the United Kingdom to Victoria,jstfjseciiro Fas*"S"' I (£ them in vesSels sikirtaWj ''J' Her Majesty s Government on t.J0 following conditions 1. The person^,tot-rouglitinto tho Colony must be in good health, free from all bodily or mental dotects; -of good, moral chroraetw, sober, industrious, tvnd in tin? habit of work '."Ine for wages at the occupation specified m the application forms. Children under the ' age pf fifteen years must bo accompanied by '"'.Sine competent person who wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 1 January 1857

^ "1 {) f } SHEEP 011 "Mo,running oil ., \v,Vi "HP1" Creek, Wooragay; juat from tho Bilhbong 111 lots to suit purchasers. Ap ply to Mr. C.Thornton, Wooragay Btution, SOAP. SOAP." SOAP. PRIME Soap cm, always bo obtained nt tho Ovens Candle Manufactory. Thrce milo Creek. ,)0(J , N O T I CX ~ Public arc liereby cautioned against X Jinruni'iiig or giving credit to niy wife, Catherine A\ liyto, as nho has loft her homo without miy lawful reason. a , ,, ,, _ JAMES WHYTE. Snnlco Valley, Dec. 29, I8;jQ, ggo ].j(j EUREKA HOTEL, Kirby a I'lut, YaclianJundah. GRAND JUBILEE FESTIVAL. JB. KIRBY lins tho honor to invito hia » fricmlu and tho public, to a Grand BALL and SUPPER, To take place on Saturday, tho 17th iuBt. An oxcollent BAND will bo provided. Dimoing to commence at 8, Supper at 11 p.m. Tickots £1 la., ni«y bo obtained at all tho uotolfl ou tuo creek. 924 103 m th s WANTED IMMEDIATELY. A GOOD GENERAL BLACKSMITH. XX 1'lret-clnss wages ivill bo given. Apply to JOSEPH AUGUSTINE, Nine-Milo ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 1 January 1857

TirrTN'IOIPAL COUNCIL. Tucschv, 30th December. Present : the Chairman, and Councillors Winter, Gray, Pritchard, Brown, and "Williams. The minutes of the two last meetings were read and confirmed. Tho Town Clerk reported that ho had written all letters as instructed at last meeting, And laid before tho Council the fol lowing other correspondence : From the lion, the Treasurer, with form?, &c. ; from Mr. Peter Ividd, applying for a licence to retail lemonade, &e , in the streets of Bocchwovth, which tho. Town Clerk was instructed to issue "without any charge for the present ; from Itev. Mr. Kunnedy, pay ing for tho exemption of the Itoman Catholic School, Church, and Presbytery reserves from local taxation; and from Rev. Mr. Bviinett stating that tho trustees of the Church of Unglmd woula make a similar application-all of which were ordered to W deferred fi»c the present. Tin? Council then went into committee of the whole to consider Mr. Surveyor Her bert's ropuvr, pla...

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[?] Correspondence. THE SQUATTER MAGISTRATES THEIR USE TO SOCIETY. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 1 January 1857

finn I'K'iS/n I -:. Hl:!K V.sii TO SOCIETY. . 0 , 7, . 'i ? i - i »u,BltVyoti the &:;tir y /),-<. W; Murray -ld ^< stf;Llisi -'14w. ldn!;[;ol.; ,-t , Si i : TIu'i-.- 110 rlcmht hul. Uun i -iinnj'oi' flu :,.fiMS.ti>r* l):i ;e no ..bji-cA Won u> !iav a I 1'. :ii.iiichcil to j iwims, In sonic r:isos it i.; the :;ift o(f< j |?<'<vtvnment V-> win; oi'tnlent': in'othcrs. >'. j iS Mgm-n thim;>!» t:i« v.or fif-mc!.:!1 . V power. At -ny ruto, hen t!*« j(n\vco '. \ 11.; :ni.littering ju-itk-e is") vest ' :n ;< . y 1.1.111, he m exported not by ? ? lonoi'. bui. Iiv '.htvji" "'j-. to use In**: ; »<? >i vu.iw .ipoii to uu .?«» JliI net ujc it as achiit: would u g\'d<'<! i'iy, co Lv- throw.1 r;.'i If when tile run inert of ?. ^unile nl ...iir'c lias jjuse.'1. ' . j'.iv.iy. Si:,:h i.i then, c that is ti c OIL..- : J ;.J<i;kIc ot wl-at ihoui.l V ? ,».sti..intc.l ;I...

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THE CORONER. SYMPATHY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 1 January 1857

THE CPKOXEIi. SYMPATHY MKKTINO. THE meeting convened by public ad vertisement, signed '. W. B. Ilaynes," inviting the attendance of the inhabi tants of Bcechuorth and the miners of the Ovens gold fields, at the Sunbury hotel, Woolshed Creek, on Monday evening at eight o'cloek . !or the purpose of expressing f-ytupatt.v »ili) Washington lUurphy, M.i)., coroner of the k t, in >nseqiieinv of the attacks mid.' ujir.n him by .\ir. Lee, took plate shortly eftcr the pointed time, and -.VIM nt:>'ierous]y at tended. Mr. Haynes was. unavoidably nrevenied from being pve». .'??I? Kentish, member the local - i t, v.-. \ ',ted to ihe .:lsu:r ; nml j !-atii:-g ui> advertis. .. ?:!' eaiiin;.' : Uit: i:" i liiiiT, lie -d ' ? i, r.. . ?L j,-, vi--'iilv iitiit by ;,n S . 1 :? ? ' ::;'th . Alliim,- : . to : ricn, rial ,vritn in ^. i- i. n (jn .*.:! tin. ?. '...i-l.v.h .' A ? ,i,:y fj 'nqui.v in'.. c.i:..iuf,t aj l.e his friend.., he ."??id. Ji,«j take!) u;> >n ihemsplvr- to t-peak very d...

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FUR[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 1 January 1857

F ITK.Vli;;; ' '1 T-tp to K-ng iifivi* \i»« ~n>;i;,os woro Attil ut »v'>rk ujor. rt-ir of tb«-. }io,iBufl in Th.l . ivw .. or fbe v.*Hs lying ui li.'i'honr, w;-ro vocifrrouHly .v,vl-Msv . -in/, iw,i{ at t.Uii Whon :;vc> Ul :.];>> locality, t-h« polico had OhilniiUcKcnl ;i duivi i-v<;r flu- fu.-ui'o *e and 'f-;oo«Ja M'hiiil) '.v. »v iyink-: HI 'h:i w»uiu\ aud in jii nlinin imd t..\ r; t No vhoronglv win ?ivardiniii street. O'Ik fir<> V.i-k .unoiddor'my: iu tUft at' em Jb-.v'! a,id niin'j notuvon Kardiniu ran) Ynrra nnd '.s'u.h .still liuMiiii;.!; I'V'-^kdy in '.soiA«x fhwcs. 1 .. Tim pr«:u\iros dwdr-iynd, ?a fur -,\:> infer* 7n:.'i"U cuui'i ho oiuinnod. nv<> llni '.'ilcv.-'ng: In f'i > Muvk«t ^Oio. ^hup.t >.>f Mcs.sra. I*. on, t.dlor; wufcolmiidv: r; and a '*hv > -i-n botwuon iliu tvvo; M'l&ijlum'B /.V;.:"' ant! r=toj>;r storo j*t tvar; Hough Jft!'.-: 1 .''iifi .{ .;'"]uar«i hot«»L Kavdinic .treat; h"\ ti...

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