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PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

l'APJ.,1 AMKN'TA KV SUMMA I! V. IN tin: Jjegii-lnlive Assembly on Kriday. in answer to Mi' M't'uUoch, .\tv Childers explained tli.ic. various uillinl tie-t had stood in the way of the esta blishment of a Scauirii's Hospital at \VilIianistown, lor which a hum of money had been appropriated by the lite Legislative Council, lint lliat ar- j movements were made with the com mittee of the Melbourne Hospital for j the reception of eighty seamen in that institution, so sojn as the new win;,' j should be built, and that the Govern- i nu'iit had agreed to appropriate to the hospital as an equivalent n sum of £-1,000. j Mr Slawell replied to Mr JJarag wanath that it w.is intended shortly to introduce a bill to give power to coro ners to hold inquests in eases of (ires and shipwrecks. Mr t hildei s was proceeding to call the attention of the Speaker to the coui-e recently adopted by an lion, member of voting with the »ide pro nounced to be in the majority, and subsecpientlv caiiii>&...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE Obens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1837. CARRIERS AND CARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

THE ©fccng a?5i? .fSfturrag Sltrbcrtiscr. I' U I! I. I S II K i) I) A i li V. TOESDAV, 1-T.HHUARV 10, IK-j". CA1UUEK.S AX1) CAltKIAGK. A RKMA11KM1I,K l)llt general tCluleilCV exists throughout the whole of the globe, to attempt to remedy by legisla tion any evils which the peculiar con ditions of society and population luve created. If an over-.vn u<ht d iss ,,f artizans, mechanics, < r factory laborers catnplain of the unnecessary length of the h ,urs of labor, stra ^htway u bill is passed through the B.itish parliament, which thoj^h call"-.! ti.e Ten Hours r.. ?: ?? -.i. li: of factory labor ,. »V>t t ! t .en hours. In p:\i> ; is n a failure, as it Sit- . . a .4. .sands of cases, v.;: - .11 .vi.t-.'i" : i ?: evaded while :: v f.. book, 'l'his is I-.?: - f ui>- iJiiure of this pe c 1 - r : -..!? to which we ;? i .. j.t . v v_r iroperly be des . ... -.!.:??? .tsori, as either i ... legal advantage q placing a restric . ' - ? ii...i'i!ng a' peculiar and...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE LAND LEAGUE.—BEECITWORTH BRANCH. SECOND PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

THK LAND LUAOUH.-UHliCITWOHTH iniAsrci-r. SECOND l'UFlMO MERITING. Tim second public meeting held in the Ovens district, Par the purpose of or ganising ,-i branch of the Victorian Land ijeague, took place last night .it the btar hotel in Pord street, the chair being t.,keii n little after 7 o'clock, by Hichard Mellish, Esq., the chairman of Municipal Council. As is usual at most ot our public meetings, t»e at tendance at the commencement jV;ls anything but numerous, swelling how ever as the proceedings advanced. Ai the close, the Assembly Room was toler ably well filled. The minutes of the last meeting having been read by Mr jr. II,d| the hon, secretary, and confirmed by the meeting, J ^he Chairman culled upon »h <^e°' P' Ken"«<ly, who moved the first resolution ? "That the unalienated lands of the colony of Victoria be open to the pub lic for purchase by selection, and that the present system of putting them up to sale by auction be abolished." The resolution,...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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CATTURE OF TWO BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

-CAm'IiK OK TWO I!USHItANGERS. p*; Saturday, the 17tli instant, in the I ftenirtg, while i\Ir Donald Swan, n jttler at the Cove Station, in the upper] iorimlnry of the l'roviiico, was sitting 1 His own room, a man since known ns I lullivan forced an entrance, armed with | iMyolver, mid presenting it at Mr Swan I rcfereil him out, which he was lain to ] k^tieing unprepared for resistance. Ongoing nut lie I'ound all his working sen >tmding ' in a row outside the iitclien, and another of the prisoners [ Bffled Morris standing guard over them ititli a douhle barrel gun. . The man who had first forced nn . tetruiice escorted Mr Swan until he | "acetl Inm also rank and file with the .fit, then he returned to the dwelling, SDsaclu'd and broke open his desk, and I iok therefrom cheques and money, j fortunately not a large sum) then ' intod the store and helped themselves ','}a quantity of clothing and grog, re .sortms; progress to his " mate " who pt "iiud, and who appeared the pre . It?...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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LOCAL COURT. Monday, 9th February, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

LOCAL COURT. Monday, £>tli February, 1857. Present-J. S Morphy, Esq., Ch lirmnn, Messrs Sinyth, i'arker, Donald, Ken nedy, Henderson, Smith, and Griffin, Tlio minutes of the last meeting wire read and confirmed. INTKIIIKUINO WITH SUPPLY OF WaTKH. I huiuns llnrop v. ThuinaB C,tns!i. The coinplainaii.'int was sworn, und staled that tlic dcfcnilant interfered with his supply of water running in a nice, cut above a dam to h nd water from some springs t < the dam in Nug-> getty Gully, near I'ation Ilill. Com plninant bought his right from Kirk patrick, and the defendant had interfered with it, by cutting into the race at a lower level and draining the water into his own r. cComplainant was sluic ing in the gaily below the dam. Mr Clarke:, I>:u rioter, who appeared for the del'iiulant in this ca^e, elicited from lilt- c<>iii|.l:iin nit in cross-exami nution ilmt Jlii' hit I lor the l.ist furl* night us.-d t it- wulcr (lowing from a spri.ig below the (him,...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTEELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

tBjiMo »'*? fWU L ill ?? II !?* Ii i M ill1 J SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. jxaovRXE. - Arriied. -Three Bells, ship, from Calcutta. Sailed (HoVson's hay.)-February 0.-tetus, *ip, Callao ; Rock Citv, ship, for Point do ale: Elect! ic, ship, for Callan; Escort, shi],, . Bombay; Lobelia, ship, for I'oint tic t.alle; uth Carolina, ship, for Liverpool. PROJECTED I-F.PAUTCHKS. ir Southampton VIA SUEZ-Simla, *eb. I t. m LONDON.- Roxburgh ? ast.e, 5Iarch o; Frances Hcnty, about li'b. .Castle, about 1st March; btobonhcath, Jeb. 25; Sussex, February 2a; Istamboul, March 2; Kent, about March; Norfo k, about April; Csosar GvMfrov early; SB LIVERPOOL - Donald M Kay, ieb. "o. Sardinian, about March 1. ob MaUKITTOS,-Frehel, early. OB AKTiB,-Monarchy, early. OB Hon a KONO.-James Paton, e?.rly. OB DIEPFB.-Jean Bart, February !i0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

^business DIRECTORY. A- JKGLTS, Tinsmith, Hij*h street, , llcecliwortli, near tho new Bridge, stove piping, P"n>rn.11,1(1 nvcl"y 'Inscription of tinware, made to order; tin and gnlvnnised . hm-ke^, wholesale, warranted Round. iron om.Kt.u-. 1721m "jjSXIN--I)K MOLE h CO., General Merehnntu, Camp stroet, Beeehworth, Mid"at Adelaide. 1112 "Ct/KY & ROCHLITZ, Dagiieirean Ar tists, Star Hotel Ford street, Reec.lij 72G 105 A and 1 A. worth. tSkECHWOHTJI Suburban Freeholil O ' T.nnd for sale. Plans and particulars ."Hhe Land Officc, 2, Camp street ^ ^ 554 lG.'i . ,-'1.. ' »TNK~0F NEW SOUTH WALKS, Ford y street., Beeehworth. A- 223 I \NK OF VICTORIA, Ford-street and fiamn-Btrect. .Tolin Farrnn, Marnier. ! 499 223 Bs C'TLAKK and COOK, Carpenters, Builders, / Undertakers, and Timber Merchants, opposite OmlJ «"<i " office, FonLstroot. «*» 2"3 THAKTIIF.NWAHF. and GLASS, whole ^ Plli0j the largest assortment in the Colo E N. E, G M1 2 J Will', «.!!« - nies jvt J. Stamvay'fl,...

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Weekly Calender. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

Pffhlij (E'alfnimr. Saturday . . Fob. Sunday . ,, Monday 9.. Tuesday ,, 10.. 5 29 Wednesday ... ,, 11.. 5 30 Thursday .... ,, 12.. 5 81 FrMnv 13.. 5 ~ To Ovu Cotmivr SuuscmnEns. - Nearly the whble of our country subscribers are iu ar rear with tlicir Hubftcriptions for the last quarter; and we are compelled to anuounee, therefore, uule-e the arrears be paid within the enduing fortnight, that their papers will be stopped. Our term* nro Always cash ii> advance, so that pubHcriptionu for the present quarter are also due.

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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. January 30, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. 5 January 30, 1857. I 07.S. d\vt«. . 'torn Beechworth.. l!?t0?4 0 :md £5,140 10* Buekland 3D 235 Wnolshed .. 9Sl? 10 Total ...1+3,122 10 £$,425 105 To Beeehworth, ozs. d svty. Yachandandnh *537 10 Buckland 730 10 £104 17 6 "Woolshod 724 10 Totiif 210S 10 £104 17 6 The Escort Receipts representing the par !ela sent from the sever.il Gold Offices, a> iboTft we numbered as under, viz. - From To Beeehworth 7,140 7,225 Buckland ,.. 009 011 Woolslied 31 3G The next Government Escort will leavt Beeehworth on Fri l*»y, February 13. Parcel-* to 1m* transmitted thereby wil ue received at th:> Guld Onic- until 2 o'eloeV. p.m. of tb" preceding day. OttBBaSttGSKB The collections on account of Revenue for Miners' Right?, lJu'ut.ess Licenses, anti Chinese Tickets, for the week ending tin SlBt Jan., amount to £317 10s from al. the gold fields of this district. The deposit* in the Gold Office. Beech worth, on the 7th. innt., were- Ool 1. 13,002 ounces. o dwts and Cash, £?,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

BANK NOTICE. ON and after tho 21rttuiirrcut, tho following Banka will close On SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock For tho l'unk of Now .South Wales : DAVID MOIUSON, Manager. For tho Bank of Victoria : T. YOUNG, Manager. For tho London Chartered Bank : G. ALEX. CHALMERS, Manager. Boeclnvorth, 7th February, 1857. 115 192 NOTICE. illEUlSBY give notice that I will not bo responsible for any debts which my wife Mary Me Donald may eentraer, from thin date. PHILIP McDONALD, Blacksmith. Beechworth, February 0, IS 17. 4'2~> 1S1 BALL'S Life in Victoria-a Journal de voted to the Sporting interest of tlie Colony-arrive* in lleeehworth£on Monday morning. Advertisements received at the " Herald" office. 378 B BOTTLED Ale and Porter, good branda, at Cornwall Houno, Loch-street, Beech worth. ! TO-MORRO?J - ? wreuntro v at . J. H. GP ' V k CO. WITjIi Soli at tlioir ytxrds TWENTY HEAD DRAUGHT AND SADDLK IIORSES, All in Good condition and quiet. 429 ISO VALUABLE INVESTMENT. TO MERCHANTS, SmaJLATOBS, AW© OTHERS...

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POLICE COURT. Monday, February 9, 1857. (Before M. Price, Esq., P. M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 10 February 1857

I'OUCH COUliT. Monday, February !), 18f>7. (Before .AI. I'rue, Ksq., 1®. M.) lUllINK AND 1USO ltl»K IlLV, William* Wills was lined 10s tor drinking lour ^I.issl's of rum, which had elevated him considerably. l'UItlolIs iiidino. William Irwin was brought up on this i h irjje !>y Constable Kankin, mid lined -Ids fur fuiious riding in tlie ?streets of J'eechivorih. UdlinKHV. Altxand r liinig alias Fenlou^h was brought up in custody I'y Constable Hiehaid Lewis, charged with having stolen £'20, the proper.y of John Hall, baker, in thj employ of Air J. tj. Clark, Beechworth. Fivin Mr Ilall's statement, it ap peared that he returned from Sebisto pol to Heechworth on Sunday uijrning about 10 o'clock. Subsequently the1 prisoner, who had worked with or for witness until within the last twelve davs, came into witness's room and threw himself down on witness's bed, under the head of >vhich was witness's port manteau containing the lost twenty £1 notes. Witness took a nap on his mate's ...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

fjnklii ©alcnliar. To Out Coi'JfTJiv Si'itsciUBEHS. - Nearly tho whole ofuureuuuUy hubhcribers aiviu ar rear with their Mib.-:criptions lor the hint quarter; ami we are euiiipelk'd to announce, therefore, unless the arrears bo paiil within tho emitting fortnight, that their payer* will be stopped. Oar terms ale alwayn c;u;li in advance, that MiW.criptitins for the present quarter arc ah>c» tine.

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HOSS ALLEN'S APOLOLGY; OR, THE CANDIDATE'S NIGHT IN THE MUSQUITO SWAMP. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

IIOSS ALLEN'S APOLOLGY; on, THE CANDIDATE B JUCWT IN TIIE MUSQUITO SWAMP. (Concluded.) Lkt US return to Judge Edwards, who had ensily found his way past the "sapling acre," and by the aid of Jim's directions, progressed into the swamp road, as easy as if it were his destina tion. Having (ravelled, as lie thought, about ten miles, he began to look out forj Benton, and every now and then uttered an expression of surprise that they had located themselves in such a swampy country. Every rod he pro gressed became more and move obscure, the brush more thick and wild in growth, and the ground more moist and yielding. Night, too, that season for tlie rendezvous of underbrush and tangle-wood horrors, was fast gathering its forces in thej depth of the forest, and beneath the shadows of the thick bushos, shrouding, as with a dark mist, each object on the earth's surface, creeping up the trunks of the old trees, nnd noiselessly stealing away the light in which they had proudly spread their gree...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

NOTICE TO COIUIESPONDENT.S. No notice whatever c:ut Iju lukin of nnony rjiou-* conimuiiioution.^. All eoiMmunkutk!.." for the Editor hhoitli1 Ik? ;Lilun . rrd to liiia at the ()vt:s A>*i> 51C Kit A Y Office, l'oi'Jatreot. N C T I a a. A'X Pr.Ti.50V3 to CLARK & Lo , ! * .?-?(< ; tliin Journal, w!"f . . ?? ; ' . ; ..? motive ;u.counU !<. l. Mill be takeu ii ,v ^ BANK NOTIC®. ON and after tho 21st current, lha following Banks will closo On SATURDAY, at 2 o'clock To:- the Bank of Now South Wales : DAVID MOIUSON, Manager. For t:io Uanfc of Victoria : T. YOUNG, Manager. For the London Chartered Hank : G. ALEX. 1,'HALMKIIS, Ucpchivorlli, 7th February," 1!>2 Oriental Bank Corporation VLL holders of lmt -V; of the alnu'e Corpn rntion. (within the IVoohworih dis tjiot) can, if they are in douht of tho validity, have t-lii? said note.s rotiivd by presentation at tho Gold Office of the undersigned, J. II. GRAV & CO., Ford-Street February Oth, IS*?....

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COLONIAL WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

COLONIAL" .WINES, Tim subject of CalorrialWincs has from time to time cugaged.the attention both of the Home and Australian press. Taking up the subj ect we n)ny remark, that a great benefit would be conferred ou the community were wines of colo nial manufacture placed within the reach"fflPthe public. '-/The capability of Western District is known, and tile qUitUiy of the wineWoduced has made it a favorite bevefcjge with all who have been fortunate enough to ob t tin a sample of it. The lightness and delicacy of colonial wines are n great recommendation to consumption during the present oppressive-. weather ; be s-ides which, the cheapness at which they Jiiight be produced should forma great inducement to -wine manufac turers to bring as much p*s possible into the rnnrket. Such rit' our readers as have taken an interest in the prizes awarded at the Paris .Exhibition, are .twnre, that the jurors in consider ,'ition eC"i?f the high quality of Australian wines, awarded them Iiin-h dist...

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THE Obens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1857. THE PREVAILING DEPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

Ills SItitottser. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, "FEDRU AUY 11, 1S57. TIIU PREVAILING DEPRESSION. AN article which appeared in these columns about a fortnight sint:e, in wi':ii;h some notice was taken of the commercial depression prevailing i.'1 !>eeeh\vortii, created at the time no little ~""ivance, to. a individuals, and . . -«<l tobeel'.."rilntl'lle) or if ^ul=e' tobeuncalleil foi- and un^cessary. It is not our practice to notice remarks mule on our leading aitic es, but in U iin ':>»ce t,,cre U,L> suliu;"'"t ;i!"! ";"rt\Vl t "iisons for making it an ex pov\ trtul K rj[,l)e oecurrences ception totlK have but ol the past^eu ^ truth ut- lhe .00 pLiim/^ 1"° ,-tide referred to, facts stated 111 l»e h. h.u.e thins_ while the discIosn.res ir''- . ,VP.,lPll tliP pired, have as expliC"1}' -vrolig in existence of a system ol ti.'.Hle.1 (jnt. principle and ruinous in practice. > storekeeper has failed for the sum oi sc ventetn or eighteen thousand pounds, the stock-in-t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

H -WAHGAUATTA ALES. WARD BRU3VN, SebasEopol Hotel, bega to infornktho Pubiio that ho baa been appointed agent \?r James Meldrum's Ale,, and that ho has al\iy s a large stock on hand, and delivers it to \ny part of the Woolahed Diggings free of additional charge. 107 r7mXioT:~~7~ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON MONGER, / Foid street, Beechwtrftb, AS ON Sf A L E: Atnerienn L H shovels Do.- D H do. Do. picks and J Do. axo and pie! Do. broom?, wifv Fairbanks platform we/ghing machines Manila rope Quicksilver Cross cut paws . Linseed oil and turp/ntine Lamp oil, sperm White lead Camp kettles . Buckets, tin and galvanized ron Oval boilers. andAaucepans ' Camp ovens-ianfl frying pans I Locks, hinges) screws, nails, tacks Iron, flat, round and Rouare Steel, &Q-, &ql * 121 ? BHEARD'S QUARTZ REEF, BUCIt LANR ROAD. ALL parti e harirV claims against the firm of Messrs Slieard, Lyon?, and Jo seph will please to !odg\the Fame, with a view to a settlement, A the oilice of Mr Keefor, Barr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

£5 REWARD. STOLEN or StrAyfed from tho Tlirco milo Crook, a Dar\ brwn Hay WARE and FOAL, J)It on rieuX Bo on off nhmilder, heavy mane, and Bmall bolyind hobbles. £2 reward, if strayed, and £o\if stolon, on con viction of t!io thief. To'bc delivered to AVm. Monkhonso, Star hotel. ' \ -MT ISO FOR AaLE> C{OUPER'S (lato Duncan and Couper) ' old established Sod;a Water, Lemonade, and Ginger Beer Factory, with engine, bottler, &c. To 1)0 sold cheap. <Apply on tho pro niiwoB, Foot Bridge, Spvinglpreek. -il'2 1S2 IMPORTANT /NEWS. Mil (Cm SAXE AY BE C/0 N S TJ LTED "WALLACE'S NINE-M Every Thursday ?TAR HOTEL, iE CREEK, from nine till six. 43125 NOTICE. IN answer to Van advertisement in tho t( Ovens and Murray" of tho 9th instant, signed Robert Gootlwin, I horoby give noticc to all poraoua who nmy bo indebted to tho firm of Boyd & OoodwiiA Butchers, Ford-street, not to pay any moiVy to tho taid Robert Goodwin on account dS tho said firm, unless in tho presence of...

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THE FRENCH SETTLEMENT AT NEW CALEDONIA. ATTACK OF THE NATIVES, AND MASSACRE OF THE SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

THE 1'ItUNCir SliTTIiHMKNT AT NKW CALEDONIA. ATTACK OF THE NATIVKS, AND MAfJSACl'K OF TifK' SETTLliRS. Titrc schooner Black Dog arrived at .Sydney 011 the 3rd instant from New Caledonm/bringin" intelligence thence to the 25th of January. A .shocking hjassnere of the colonists by the natives ha^ taken place, eleven Kuropeans and fourteen or filteen Ka nakas having been\{mirdcrcil. We extract from the Sydiiey papers what particulars relative to this,frightful ca tastrophe has been received. 1 he &. M. IJcruId publishes the following ac count: - \ l$y the Black Dog, Captain Abbey, which arrived at Sydney oil theN^rd instant from Port de France, New Caledonia, we have received intelligence^ of an attack of the natives on one of the settlements, by which several have been sacrificed. The township of Morii'ri is distant from I'ort de France about seven miles, at which place eleven Frenchmen and a number of natives from tlje Sand wich Islands, were stationed for the purpose of obta...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 11 February 1857

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, - Arrived. - Fobfuary 7.- SFC. George, barque, from Manilla, 25th Octo. ber; Neptune's UvUlo, barque, from Lon don, 20lh October. Settled (Hobson's bay.) - Fcbrunrv 7. - Mo u:\rcby, whip, for Akynb. rRo.inctnD uKPAtiTunns. Fon SoL'TiiAMrrox VIA Site- Simla, Feb. 1 J. FOR LONDON.-Roxburgh . r.stlo, March 5; Francos liontv, about Fi-1\ 25. Wabnor Castle, nVoijt l<t March; Stet'onheath, Feb. 25; Sussex, February 2a; Istamboul, March 2; Kent, about Mareh; Norfolk, about April; Oavar OmhleflYoy, early; Fon Livnnrooi. - "Donald \l'Kay, Feb. 20. Sardinian, about March 1. Fou Maunirirs,-Frehel, early. Fon Honij KONG.-Jame* Paion, early. Fou Dicrn:. -Jean l>art, February 20.

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