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Castlemaine Mount Alexander Mail (Newspaper) - January 22, 1881, Castlemaine, Victoria National Library of intelligence Reuter s fress telegrams. / i Foj Sydney. conference chiefly devoted itself to Day it the consideration of a Federal Council for the whole of the australian colonies the draft of of Bill was introduced whose provisions were Dis cussed at some length and ultimately postponed till monday. A Telegram was Laid before the conference which had Beon received by lord Loftus from sir a. Gordon in reference to the pro feedings of the conference in appointing a committee to inquire into his Powers As thigh commissioner. It was decided to Send Back a reply to sir a. Gordon. The conference adjourned tin monday next. An extensive Bush fire occurred at Rookwood yesterday which destroyed a considerable amount of property including a coach House and tables and cottage with contents at Windsor. The tender of or Proudfoot of new zealand for the construction of the railway Extension from Uralla to Glen Innes has been accepted. The weather to Day is Dull with a southerly wind and there in every appearance of rain bet Ting in. Shortly. Richard Wall a Farmer and his two daughters " the eldest 18 years of age were drowned by. A boat upsetting j a thunderstorm at Parkes. Partially a roofed numerous houses. The latest intelligence from Manly is that the. Steamer Ollaroy has made a bed for herself in the Sand and could not get off without additional assistance. The Prince Alfred Newcastle tug arrived to-day1, an Dinovo to otft3ido. Tie wind which had Boon fresh pm n. ,e., chopped round to Tho South blowing Strong with a heavy sea. Captain Thompson and the Orew succeeded in launching Trio life boat from Heb each and attempted to communique with the tug. Breakers a sea struck and half filled her. She be Linto the trough of the1 sea nuff lha next roller sent her flying towards the Beach full of. Water,jthu8 rendering. Communication impossible. Tho atom Imor has Alfun d de Ubo Taix Miles North of Manly Iii a Maheo Roizis no sit Ion should a South e att Windver heavy Beni occur Devring Tho 1 right Slie Wili drive higher up on Trio Boachi " l. A Zeij dub Tia Iii. The wheat Market is. Firm with a Good enquiry., prices Fryni is 5d to a. ,6d per. Bushel. Lown brands l10 ios to lit 15s. . L9.5s to l9 10s. Market steady. Freights. From Adelaide to London Stea Niers not taking cereals a Wool scoured old Greasy old per sailing vessels cereals 42s 6d. Woo1, "sc6ured, Jgwo Asj cd Charters from ado Ubaido to the United kingdom 45s. From omit l Porta to the United ,47b6d. Freights for Wool and general cargo Are firm but Charters Are Dull. To 1. C of the Marine boar diary now on their annual visit of inspection to. Tie lighthouses i. A at the inquest this morning regarding the fire which of Corr a in hid key Street on to liars Day morning a verdict was returned that the. Fire originated in the bake Louse but no Evi Den Etwas available to show the cause. This is the Fourt fire within the month. The total coat of Tho last four years. Deepening port Adelaide River was l69,214, giving a general average of 1s ,4jd per. Cubio Yard n this is a marked decrease on the. Cost of former years. At the police court this morning two men named Nicolson and Grendel Lvere charged. With felonious by assaulting a Man named Cox who is now suffering from tie effect a of the As Sault which 5vasa yet severe Bhe ithe Case has been adjourn Edas Cox to appear. Brisbane Friday. Two constables. While arresting an offender were Savage maltreated by Jar Aikins. Reinforcements arriving teb Job re of rested or be Utah stelegeams."",-"London Jan. 20. " the Stormy. Weather which passed Over eng land and the West of Europe during the past two Days has now sensibly moderated.,? the effects Are still severely i Felt and Iii the South of Lon Don much distress and has been caused by the overflow of the Tsiames. The Irish a executive is vigorously prosecuting the policy of strict repression of All sedition and agrarian outrages throughout the of uttry. These offences. Are however of daily occurrence. Sixty members of the land. League werer served with summonses yesterday for uttering seditious speeches and will be called. Upon to answer the Olarge in a few Days. A Luel Ieon was Given to Day on Board Themer Kara a new Steamer belonging to the British India steamship company ,. Have just entered into a contract with the government of Queensland for the conveyance of the mails Between that Colony and England. The Hon. Arthur Macalister agent general for. Queensland or h. Stanton and. Several prominent colonists How in London were present. Several a Peeches were delivered in which full Confidence was expressed that the new line of steamers would promote the exportation of meat from Queensland to the european Market the proceedings. Passed off with Groat eclat. Consols Are unchanged. Viot Prian 5 per cent loan. 1894 .l110. Yio Torian 4 per cent loan 1890-1901, l100. Yio Torian 44 government debentures 1904, .l105 10s. Tasmanian cent loan l 893-1901, Ello los,., tin has advanced los Strait bind australian is quoted at -l88 16s. Wallaroo Copper l72.araus Tele teams a the River. Thames is Ico bound and it. Is impossible that the sculling championship race could be rowed for Many Days. A bets on. The race will be off after sunday next. Or o. A Poole a journalist who was connected ii Vii a nov with Maui Usu xau Ivl Tiser and also with the colonial Presb is dead. Three thousand burghers who were serving with lieutenant colonel Carrington the com Mauder of the colonial forces in Basutoland have deserted on the ground that the period for which they unlisted for Active service has expired./. Or Leopold Rothschild third son of the late Baron Lionel Nathan Rothschild who represented the City of London in the House of commons for Many years has been married at Perugia Iti Italy. Amongst the distinguished company pre sent at the ceremony were . The Prince of Wales and the Earl of Roseberry who mar ried a Cousin of the bridegroom. A person named tempest has been arrested on a charge of having defrauded messes. R. Golds Brough and co., of Melbourne. He was Dis charged on a Legal Point no colonial warrant for his arrest having been produced. A disastrous boiler explosion has taken place at Batley in the West Riding of Yorkshire by which 30 persons Wero killed and wounded. Melbourne. From our own correspondent Friday evening. Edward Barnes a clerk employed at the parliamentary Library and Well known in cricketing and football circles was proceeded against at the City court to Day for indecently exposing himself from a window at parliament House it appeared from the evidence of detective Brown that in Monse Quinco of information received he went on special duty behind the parliament buildings. He saw a person indecently exposing himself from Tho lavatory window and e Handoko Rashief was by Iii waved at the time. Ane upper portion of the Man was screened by the blinds. On proceeding to the place to found Barnes there with his clothes Dis arranged. Barnes begged him. Not to take him in custody and said that to had prayed to god to to Able hot to Goto the lavatory but could not refrain from going there. He further added that com plaints had been made before and Brown told Fligh that ought to have b Yeii a warning to him. U he said lie could Tibt e librarian asked i Eliav Kis aunt Woi Iid say and mentioned Liat he j was about to be married. He plainly saw the1 i exposure and on led tile prisoner a blackguard when he i rested him. In reply to , Brown said he could not swear that the Road was a Publio thoroughfare but it was used by a great number of people. Detective Kott gave Corro t Boratino evidence and added that Barnes told him to had Cut the string of the window Blind but his Infa Ilion was so great that he fixed it up otherwise. For Tho defence it was. Urged that the lavatory was not a Publio place within Tho meaning of the act and that the accused was suffering from moral insanity. On being asked whether he had anything to say the prior Soner stated that he went to the lavatory and urn Uii goo us us Iii. Nun in Ironi of 1110 windows. While he was adjusting his clothes Brown came up and arrested him. He was quite innocent of the charge and whet arrested he begged and prayed to be lot off As he would be ruined. He. Remembered nothing further until to the cell and really did not novy what lie Baid. The detectives had been on for Edithe time arid to dds tie first Inch they could Lay hands on. It had been stated that the person who exposed himself wore a dark trousers while f he had Beth dressed in a Light one for the last twelve months i or Pariton said Thero was no doubt about the the Bench would take a note of first i tit of or Gillott s defence but As to. The other part the prisoner s statement by owed thai lie Well knew what he Wae about. After a Short consultation or Par Toui said a majority of tie by sch Rife of opinion this boing Trio Fiat appearance of the the court that the sentence should Fie three months. The prisoner inter Recto that Hei Wasi no guilty. Or pan ton said his Opi Jpn was that he deserved a much higher sentence the prisoner again interjected that he did if he was guilty. Or Panton snid Holiad Iio excuse. He held ii goo position and o Light to Havo been doubly Puii Islieb. As far As Hie previous was concerned it would be Loat Ftp let this. " he had got off very easy and Lio Peil this Case would be a lesson to Iii in future. -. .-.i. By the. Californian. Mail which was delivered to Day or o. M. Spencer the respected Consul i general forthe. United states received a do spat cli from the assistant Secretary of the Dopart refit of Stuto Wilh Regni d to the Rescue of the survivors of the ship Erio Tho red by the Captain and Crew of Trio Dawn. He informs or Spencer that the president has been. Pleased to award a. Piece a plate to capt. To ties of tile a Down Gold watch and a Linin. To i port Ihbe clip of of flier and suitable medals. To who other officers and Crow. A letter Lias been received at the mining do part Weilt if Gin of Romitti Iii Blini re of the did fio and Drill at Woik at the lord Harfy 3om Paziy s ground Kingston. To s Tatos that the no 5 bore hit s own a great Success having proved the ground which is considered deep Fot tie gather 4c0feet. Lffid1 a Tejidor Ali Clr left Iii wharf yesterday to in Iii for Tho or dbl p f the Eiery Frfd test no Tir tid in Laki Jii u cargo froth the ship As. Slid re 1 tue Ned no pruning Vith a ii Anity of other goods. A ii6 ice was posted of. Tho Exchange to Day j stating Jat messes mnor0hoadand Bris i Barie report having. Sold on account of or a. J Rowan half the interest in the Malvern Downs station Queen Larid to or Xvi. G Thomson of Rockhampton at a satisfactory Price. The following tenders for works in connexion with the railway department were provisionally accepted to Day erect by of tank boiler and i laying water pipes . Lancefield Roka station of j Teu l250. 13s 2d j sup ply of 16, tons cast Iron pipes messes j. Slater and co.,. Ll44 and constr motion of passenger Eta Hon at beacons eld. On gip Paland line Var i f. Nixon --l359 17s 9d. The Tot iders for the Supply of a direct acting steam were re Ferroni tithe Tho steam navigation Board hold an inquiry to Day into the Causo of the Svreck of the ship Hereford hear the Heads on Tho 10th inst. The evidence went to show that the ship Dri Tedas Libre Iii Boise Quience of Tho dead Calm. The Foll Fieira Blel Apfl til fill in Afif Lillinn Lirl Hoon Annn and at Tai Tive to his duty. The Board then de Ibert pm and found Tjit Tho master was guilty of def built ill not bind the deep sea Lead and he .ty.ijj/hffjts. T 6 aft Fiir to show cause Why his certifies a 6uld Wipt. Be dealt with. The Windermere fires the Faiu fall Iii Early on thursday morning quenched stumps and burning Trees which marked tie Progress of the flames across the count wednesday and if Tonly Thoc Larred remnants of fences haystacks Burnt stubble and grass to show where the wave of fire had passed Dye the Scorie on thursday morning,s4heiv the Sun Rose arid lit up through the Dull Clouds and drizzling Rafii iirbtddd",2,6,291 2 a w. Green manager. Ojo Naoni. Missionary society victorian auxiliary. A Public meeting will beheld in the con 1gregational Church caste Naino j on wednesday evening january 29th, at half i past seven. Addresses will be delivered by Rev. Vav. G. Lawes missionary new Guinea and Rev. 1 j. King late missionary of Samoa. A collection will be made on behalf of the society. Church of Christ -mechanic.s1 Institute. J sunday january 23rd morning worship at j 11 o clock. Preaching in the oven Ngat 7. J to the licensed Victualler in the % Borough of Castlemaine. J a meeting of the above will to held at Goldsmith s hotel Market Square on monday next january 24th, it 8 o clock j . Do Tancsa important. Ja24. J special notice. I at a e e r a establishment you " can always depend on first class meat i of every description. Genuine pork sausages. I j germans not to be excelled. \. Coach factory. 1 a Johnston returns thanks for the Patron j. Age he has received and solicits a con Init Ance of it. He keeps a Stock of first labs imported i material and is prepared to exe Onte orders for stage Goa area buggies Waggon ettes to. Repairs done with expedition at moderate charges. My 2 j miss Robertson resumes tuition piano Forte drawing and painting at her Resi Dence Parker Street. Jbl8 miss Burnett is prepared to receive Musio pupils at her residence Hunter Street.b1uw.b miss f. Woodward resumes tuition in music painting and drawing monday january 17th, 1881, at Lier residence Bowden Street Camp Hill Castlemaine. Terms moderate. 819 feb 9 to. M Grath will attend to my out door prac b 9 Tibia 511 Al 91uu a1uuuu. Jas. Hutchison circular Road Castlemaine. 7tly january 1881. To Yacano for two or Throo boarders Bath furnished bedrooms with use of sitting room with or without Board. Mrs Geo. Evans Templeton . Superior Board and residence or o Fui in Slid rooms to lot within five minutes walk of the Post office. Apply mrs m Leay i Templeton Street Oast feb 9 who is your boo t maker Wanto known that j. Mahony is making first class boots to order at Trio lowest priors. A Mahony bookmaker opposite mechanics Institute Burkort a Root Castlo Maino. J 29 to let the Council club hotel doing the boat liar Trade in Echuca present owner leaving the Colony. To be had at valuation Vith nearly five Yomara Luaao to run. Rent �2 a week. Apply to mra Wood on the premises or for particulars to or Myring Brewer cattle main829 Apu Treya Gabusi & of s Atiyat. T. S. Trev sous oo., men e r a t a u c t i o to e e r and cd remission agents. Wool hide sheepskin and Tallo brokers sheep and cattle salesmen . Wool Aoka full weight for Sale. Campbell Street railway Good site do. S. Aaron practical optician Market Square Castlemaine. Pure brazilian pebbles microscopes telescopes aneroid barometers thermos Etc a. S. A. Having had 49.years pro tidal experienc As optician is enabled to properly suit All Defeo of vision and would caution parties Purol Iasi from ignorant vendors. Choice assortment Superior watches jewellery guns a. No 11. J. Rollings accountant auditor insurance and coi Nisson. Agent ire., Lyttleton Stree opposite new court House. Agent for Imperial fire insurance compan colonial Mutual life Assurance society Etc. Accounts of every description adjusted Ai balanced. To . Hasler. Late Nasion and Oua Noe tailor Woollen Draper Hatter Hosier a-o., Market Square Castlemaine. Removal. Cd us tailor Etc., has removed to to. Shop in Hargreave Street next to supreme court hotel. A Good assortment of gentlemen s seasonal clothing at reasonable prices and at to shortest notice. To Castlemaine savings ban Hargreave Street. Trustees j. E. N. Bull Esq., . W. Halford Esq., j a j. Hutchison Esq., . J. B. Patterson Esq. Joseph Myring Esq. David Thompson is Thomas Young Rev. Boyd m Cay. James Kearney Esq. B. G. Gibson Esq. G. B. Ryland Esq. Opon for deposits and withdrawals daily Viz. On monday tuesday thursday Friday and saturday from ten to three o clock and on we Anesdi from ten till one o clock. The Bank is also Ope ii on saturday Evenin from six till eight o clock for receipt of d posits Only. One shilling Aud upwards received and Intyre allowed at the rate of four 4 per cent per Ariu on sums of from a to �259. Money re payable on demand. Hugh s. Cramer actuary. Lime Cement and Timber Yard Corner of Campbell and Barker streets. A. Campbell and co. Haven Sale at lowest rates Materia. For bricklayers Lime Cement fire Brietis i Clay Drain pipes gratings air bricks slate hearths hoop Iron colonial ovens trowels it plasterers laths plaster hair nails Gnu brushes ochre Alum Bluestone Copperas Bat Hammors sieves Eto. Joiners Clear Pine red Deal shelving Lun Ber flooring doors sashes galvanized Iron Zinc Sheet Lead spouting shingles bolts Nail Eto. Wheelwrights and Cabinet makers cedi table logs trusses picture Frame moulding Felloes spokes Hardwood Whitewood Kauri red Pine. Painters White Lead linseed Oil Castor of kerosene driers umber brushes Canvas Pape hangings Glass Putty varnishes turns Etc. And a Large assortment of builders Iron Montery Etc. A 19 25 Dol. To 50 Dol. Per Day can actually be made Boeing Well with the great Western Well auge and Rock Boring machinery. We mean it and Are prepared to demonstrate the fact. They Ore operated by either Man horse or steal Power and guaranteed to bore at the rate 10 to i feet per hour. They Range from 3 Inhee tog fee in diameter and Are warranted to bore to any dept in a thorough and practical manner and with was and Large profits to the operator. We warrant them to bore in every class and Chai Acter of Rock All kinds of Earth Sand and Lime Stone bituminous Stone Coal slate Hardpan gravel lava boulders serpentine Rock and to make the very Best Wells in Quicksand and cavy earths. They Are easily operated Sim Ploin construction and durable. The cheapest and most practical Earth and Roc tools in the world manufactured at our own works from the ver Best of material by skilled and practical Mechanic Good Active agents wanted in every country ii the world to whom we offer Liberal inducements. Price list of augers. For the information of purchasers Ive give Beloi tie prices of our various sizes of tools which or Complete ready for immediate use. Except the Dei risk and rope Viza 8 Inch Auger with Jue bars drills and 159 feet shafting id Odol. Weight 8601b do. Do do. Do. " Loo do 890 6 165 910 7 178 930 8 188 940 10 190 950 12 200 970 15 210 985 18 225 1010 2 feet 255 .1530 2t 278 1755 3 300 2015 34 310 2130 4 � 825 2245 44 350 2660 Artesian Oil Well Coal and Mineral tool set including the 5, 7, 9, and augers with Drill bars jars and rods and everything Complete to Bor 350 feet deep with piping tools 478.00 Dol., weigh 27841bs. The dimensions Given above Are the different size that oui augers bore. All Money remitted must be sent by drafts on be York san Francisco or some american pity Money May also be sent by express. All tools Wil be carefully packed and shipped the same Day the order is received. To will contract for the sinking of Artesian Wells Coal Gold and Silver shafts in an part of Europe on the most favourable terms. Refers n of s. First National Gold Bank san Francisco col. Marcus 0. Hawley. And co., Hon. H. K. Mitchell 0. T. Palmer banker Oakland Cai. Paddock Hawley and co., St. Louis to. M. and co.,. John r. Wallace real estate and broker Bloom. Field Iowa. Hon. T. 0. Walker Bloomfield Iowa. Hundreds of others furnished on application. Explicit and illustrated instructions will a compan every set of tools so that any boy of Ordinary Intel Lisenco can put them up ready for operation in oni Horn. The Derrick is made from three pieces o Timber 20 to 80 feet Long any one can make it. Illustrations of this machinery can be seen at this office. A freights prepaid by Lis until on Boari vessel. Address All communications to great. Western. Well Auger works St Louis to. United states of America. A. Adams s advertise Misuis. V this d a a at two o Dlack a t Adams s Yasul w sundry \ household furniture " t Irio Ludrig Olnee bedsteads sofa 6hairs, title meats Ifo Etc. W. Adams auctioneer. W. Adams auctioneer Valuator & 6. Lyttleton Street a o a s t l e m a i n a to Sandhurst masonic Art Union Ift. To connection with Bazaar in Aid of Benvul Flat fund of Golden Corinthiau and Zenith lodges. 12,000 tickets ten shillings each. List of prizes no. I. Collection of pictures value �1000 2, do do 500 v 3. Do do 200 4. Do do 100 5 to 8. 4 pictures value �60 each 200 y. 9 to 608. 500 do do �2 each 1000 in proof of value of above prizes Tho committee id undertake to find purchasers at prices a . Lest 5 per cent. Commission for each prize. I a -. Tickets obtained from or Finlason mechanics Institute Castlemaine and head. Office Royal Chambers Sandhurst. Edward Hurst secretary., drawing will take place positively March 26th, 1881. Mh21inw8, r1 Adamastor s australian cup Cottu citation 1881. Capital l2500 500 shares at 10s Eracli. 150 prizes More or Leas horses and stars ls00, in l400. .l250, l200, l125, l100, l30, four of l20, to of l10, 25 of l5, 50 of l4 starters Divide l150, non starters Divide l200 and Adamastor s cup value l20. Lie application by Lottor Only. Address Dainas Tor car of i. A. 1 Ereira 34 Bourke Street West Melbourne. Closes on Friday 22nd february at a 5 ., Aud results published in Leader and australasian of february 26tli, 1881. Feb 19 s metropolitan hotel. P a Rthur Mcglencey having taken the rat. Above hotel desires to intimate that he has first class accommodation and liquors. Meals at All hours. Good Beds. He invites a. Call and patrons shall have civility Aud every attention. 834apl4 where do you live ? in it does not matter where it is a if you want l Good and cheap boots St Call at John Orr a new Market every saturday " and you will effects g r e a t s a v i n Gas he Sells cheaper than any House in the District. Hall & son dentists j3 149 Collins Street East Melbourne and Parkins Chambers pall mall Sandhurst. Re so to r Hall will attend at the Talbot drug c. Lvi store Hargreave Street on wednesday 9th february 1881. Or g7 w. Tracy � surgeon dentist Market Square Castlemaine it attends at or Perkins Kyneton first thursdays in every month Albion hotel Maldon third a thursday in every month. I town and country Christmas 1880. New year 1881. Groceries of All descriptions. 41 i Christmas cakes ftc., acc. Wines and spirits Best qualities. " everything requisite for the season can be had at the East India Tea warehouse e Corner of Market Square Castlemaine lowest Cash prices. U 4 special notice. H o or d. G. Staley of Yan Doit having deter mined to give up the wine and spirit Trade i have purchased the whole of his Large Stock of same in and out of Bond. As it is Well known to Only bought the Best qualities of such goods for e Cash and the same forwarded direct from Bond is u guarantee they will lie genuine As represented with my own Stock purchasers have unusual advantages As to Quality variety and Price. K to George. Ramsay y Castlemaine s grammar school Hargreave Street Castlemaine. V principal James d. Waters. E classes re assembled 29th january 1881. This school has again proved itself one of Tho Host in the colonies since the principal came to Castlemaine. It can show one Hundred per cent of All pupils prepared and recommended for examinations As will be seen by the following list of successful candidates matriculation examination dec. 1877 Edward Merrifield. State school exhibition dec. 1877 Jas. M Cay. In matriculation and civil service examinations Deo. 187s miss m Innes Joseph Collins these two passed both examinations. Congregational College feb. 1879 or Moon. Matriculation examination june 1889 Annie M Innes Chas. F. A Augier cons. W. Laver. Civil service examination june 1889 Annie " m Innes Chas. F. Nugier. Civil service examination december 1889. C. � c. Smyth c. Mackay j. Cranstoun and r. B. Nicholas. 3 candidates Are carefully prepared for state school exhibitions teachers civil service Matri. V Cul Tiou and other examinations. " j y Oung ladies having completed their eight year Are still received at this matriculation class every saturday morning 5 at 19 o clock. Evening class on londay wednesday and Friday at 7 o clock. G59 to Grose & Odgers cheap funeral s. Children s coffins from 19s each adults " from �2 each coffin and hears from �4. Every funeral requisite on hand at lowest rates. Also a Complete Stock of galvanized Iron and building material y cheap j and Iron bedsteads & furniture f at unusually Low prices a Grose & Odgers Barkor St and Lyttleton and , i Ink Ink Ink 1 to school teachers and others at 2s 6d per gallon at the Victoria drug store Market Square. Sample pint bottles go

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