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BORDER DUTIES CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
BORDER DUTIES CONFERENCE. Minutes of the proceedings of the Conference held at Sydney, on the 15th day of April, 1865, between the Governments of New South Wales and Victoria, upon the Border Duties Question. Present : — The Honorable Charles Cowper, Esq., M.P., Colonial Secretary ; the Honorable John Bay ley Darvall, Esq., M.P., Attorney-General; the Honorable Thomas Ware Smart, Esq., M.P., Treasurer, representing the Government of New South Wales. The Honorable James M'Culloch, Esq., M.P., Chief Secretary ; the Honorable Archibald Michie, Esq., M.P., Minister of Justice; The Honorable George Verdon, Esq., M.P., Trea surer, representing the Government of Vic ii toria. It is unanimously agreed that the following ['? articles shall form the basis of an agreement 1 between the respective Governments of New South Wales and Victoria : — | (1.) The Government of New South Wales | does not contend for exclusive jurisdiction over I' the waters of the Murray. | (2.) The Government of Victor...
AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
AMERICA New York, 17th February. — The South is making vigorous preparations to prosecute the war. The Army of the Potomac has made an ad vance. Sherman is reported to have captured Branch ville. Mobile, it is rumoured, has surrendered. The -Confederate Senate almost unanimously . rejected the bill to arm 200,000 slaves. General Lee is appointed Commander- in ; Chief. The Federal Congress passed a constitutional amendment abolishing slavery by 115 against 56 votes. Washington despatches state that the Fede ral Consul in London has officially notified to' - the Government that the iron-clad ram built at Bordeaux and purchased by Denmark was sold by that power to the Confederates; but the Danish Ambassador at Washington denies the truth of the statement. Lincoln signed a joint resolution, giving Eng land notice of terminating the treaty of 1817, regulating the naval force on the Lakes. Richmond papers to the 14th February, re port that the Confederates evacuated Branch ville, retiring...
CANADA [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
CANADA The Government has given up Lieutenant Beall, the Confederate partisan who seized the steamer on Lake Erie, for trial in the Federal cu„. ? otaiea. The Alien Bill has been almost unanimously passed. The bill provides on complaint of the President, the Governor-General may order aliens to quit the provinces, after giving them notice through the official gazette of their in tended expulsion.
ADELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
ADELONG. _ (from our own correspondent. ) April 242h. — The extraordinary excitement caused by the death of a murderer, and the avidity with which all the particulars that now adorn the papers are perused, connected with the birth, parentage, and misdeeds of the villain Morgan, convince me that anything I could send you would be unread, and only taking up space, perhaps more sensationally occupied ; but with a quiet veto against the system of detail ing such wretches' doings^ when justice has de prived them of life, I will proceed, only remark ing, that I consider that the sooner such men are forgotten, the better for . the young of this colony. I regret to have to inform you that Mr. Wellington's crushing machine is about to be removed from tbe Adelong; I believe to Clarendon (Eurongilly rush). It is not en couraging to see it leaving, but tbe length of time it has been idle necessitates its removal, and I hope it may do as good service at its des» tination as it has done here. Mes...
FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
FRANCE On February 15th the Emperor opened the French Chambers in a speech of a pacific cha racter ; he spoke with complacency of foreign affairs and prosperity in France. From the contents of the speech favourable conclusions may be drawn ; but its omissions arouse appre hensions, no allusion being made to retrench ment. the laws aeainst the freedom of the Press. rights 4)f public meetings, or to America. It is reported Gonernment sent a despatch to Rome intimating to the Pope to shift for him self, as he refused to come to terms with Italy. France confines herself henceforth to carry out the convention. The Bishops and Archbishops have sent a protest to the Minister for Public Worship against the prohibition of a portipn of tbe late Bull. Reports from New York state that the Em peror Maximilian has made over to France a large portion of the northern provinces of Mexico, which is contradicted in the Moniteur. Tbe statement is generally believed, notwith standing.
Local & General Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
k I StMipr? Senor Sipp's Concerts.— This talented musician, since his departure from Tumut has given entertainments at Gundagai and Wagga Wagga, but at neither place washe so success ful as at Tumut. Like most foreigners they imagine because a little extra latitude is ex tended to ihem, that they are real objects of sympathy, and consequently presume on the kindness shown by those who interest themselves , in » heir behalf. Such was Senor Sipp ; but whatever his failing may have been, he is with out doubt an accomplished musician. At Gun dagai he was looked upon as an adventurer, and at Wagga Wagga he was put down as an egotist, and recommended to play more and preach less. It is a fact that Tumut ranks foremost amongst interior towns for assisting those who assist themselves, and whether it be Senor Sipp, or any other person, if they shew that they are deserving of support, Tumut is ready to aid them. This has long been an indisputable fact, and the interest taken in behalf of Sipp...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
ITALY. Popular demonstrations against the Govern ment at Turin assembled in front of the Royal Palace, where the Court Ball was being held. The National Guard was oalled out, and several arrests made. The King left Turin on Febru ary 3rd for Florence, and was received with the utmost enthusiasm. Great excitement is caused at Turin by his Majesty's sudden departure. Subsequently, an influential address was sent to Florence, signed by thousands of merchants, &c. disclaiming any connection with the late riots. Victor Emmauuel had returned to Turin, and was enthusiastically received.
Latest Special Telegram. Galle, 25th March. London, 20th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
Latest Special Telegram. [PER INDO AND EUROPEAN TELEGRAPH.] Galle, 25th March. London, 20th March. The Conference between the Southern com missioners and Lincolo'and Seward to arrange terms of peace proved a complete failure. Tbe North demanded that the South should return to the Union, and the latter as firmly demanded recognition. During the discussion reference was made to the probability of war between England and America, which might lead to a combination of North and South. When the Conference ended the Southerners enthusiastically denounced Lincoln's arrogance, and held mass meetings, at which it was resolved to prosecute the war with vigour, and, if neces sary, retire from the sea-board into the interior,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
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GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 27 th February. The Australian December mails reached Lon don on the 18th and 21st of February. Mr. Cardwell has notified that transportation ?to Australia will cease altogether in three years ; and he severely censures the colonists of Wes tern Australia for their angry reproaches and claim for compensation,— which is disallowed. Provision ha3 been made for retiring allow- J ances to tne Uovernors or the British colonies. The total amount of the revenue of Great Britain for the past year amounted to £70,135,000 ; and the expenditure was £67,163,000 ; — thus leaving a balance in the Exchequer of £6,580,000. A new treaty of commerce with Austria is being negotiated. The Suez Canal Company have opened com munications between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean by daily service boats. ( The impartial conduct of the Canadian Go vernment in the late raiding affair has caused President Lincoln to rescind the passport system. . Sir C. Trevelyn, the India Finance Mini...
Further News by the Madras. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
. Further $ews vlby the Madras. ' .V 1 ty(From the S. M. Herald's Correspondent J The mail steamer Madras, Captain Farquhar, arrived at the Sound oh the 14th instant, under canvas. The delay in her arrival was caused through the breaking of her main-shaft 114 miles north-west of Cape Leuwin, and both engines were totally disabled. The mails and passengers were transhipped into the Wonga Wonga. The Madras left Galle on the 25th March, and she will proceed to Sydney for re pairs under canvas, being unable to refit at the Sound. Captain Goss is in charge of the mails. When the Madras was signalled the Wonga Wonga steamed out and towed her into safe anchorage.
ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
ALBURY. Flour, fine, per ton, £26 Ditto, seconds, £24 Hay, ditto, £5 10s. Wheat, 8s. Bran, ditto, Is. 6d. Maize, ditto, 5s. % Oats, ditto, 3s. 6d. Barley, ditto, none Potatoes, per cwt., 10s.
WOOL REPORT. February 25th. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
WOOL REPORT. February 25 th. Fair inquiries made since last report for colonial wool. Medium Sydney brought low price; Cape sold at an advance on November rates of Id. to l^d. The announcement that next sales commence on the 2nd March /tVionlrod KiiQinctoa Ttntrava mniti'itM «m4-!1 4-U vuwuvu vuoiuuoo) i/ujuio n aibiiJg uii ill lUCJJ* Victorian samples show well ; the only fault is the shortness of staple and prevalence of burr of last year's clip. Advance in prices is not expected. The Bradford trade is dull ; in Leeds and Pludders field markets show less buoyancy than hitherto. Total catalogue, 64,517 bales.
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
GOULBURN. Flour, fine, per ton, £21 Ditto seconds, £20 Hay ditto, £3 to £4 10a. Wheat, per bushel, 7s. Maize ditto, 4s. Barley ditto, 3s. 6d. Oats ditto, 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. Potatoes, 8s. per cwt.
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY INTELLIGENCE. The Bank of England discount remains at 5 per cent., and a reduction to 4| is expected. Little business doing in the discount market ; the demand being moderate, and the supply of money large; good bills 4| to 4§. Consols for money 89f ' T ftf Tfflrlfl l*Afnrno fnr f Vjo noef tnaov ? ? .u* issued on 23rd February, show an increse in exports of upwards of thirteen million sterling. Late private telegrams report the failure of a large Bank at Birmingham, causing great con». sternation.
SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
SPAIN. The Queen resigns four millions and a half sterling of Boyal property to extricate her coun try from financial embarrassments. The difficulty between Spain and Peru is settled ; Peru paying Spain 400,000,000 of reals as indemnity. The Peruvian loan of 10,000,000 sterling was brought out in London.
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Tumut and Adelong Times — 27 April 1865
CHINA. The Taeping rebellion is yet uncrushed, and anxiety is felt for the future. The Mahomedan rebels are pursuing the same course as the Tae pings, committing frightful atrocities. The Central Bank at Hongkong was robbed r\f a lan nf ✓Inllara a n rl a nnmKai« r\ f h by means of a mine driven under ground for a consideratble distance ; several houses in Lon don were weakened thereby. Thirty Chinamen were arrested on suspicion. 5755 dollars and two gold bars bearing fhe bank mark were found. One confessed bis guilt, giving the names of. eight accomplices. Nnmerous failures have taken place in Shanghai, owing to severe losses during the past year on tea and silk.