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LOCAL COURT. Monday, March 23, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

LOCAL COUltT. Mond*y, March 2,'?, 1S57 Present-J. S. Morphy, P.sq., Chair man, MeBSra Conollv. O. Smith, Griffin, Henderson and J)on:dd. The minutes of tlic Isst meeting hav ing been rend and confirmed, the fol lowing cases were heard - INTKM-'EalNG WITH SOPl'I.V t>l" WATf.il, SPKING CHKI'.K. Thomas Taylor v John Tonkin. Thomas Tnylor swon. W ,s » miner on Spring Creel;. tield .1 \ lit ten authority granted to 11 i.?!i:>i-<I (Ms and party, dated l!!th .March, llifi i, to water for a wheel on Spring Cr, ek, so long as it did not interfeu- with [)!>? vious rights. About six weeks ;io t. defendant interfered w ith t!:e supply by putting 11 box across t!if race ..ml thereby cutting o(T witness's n)>j>ly. LJy the defendant. Could not sa. whether there was nof water eooii;'i for his use besides that diverted by defendant. Had lieen weeks without water in consequence of the interference complained of. Hy the court:: He ini»ht sometimes have been short of water bef...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

'"'jJMIK \YKK!vIAr AG 1-2 circulator very U. oxLn.^iwly throughout tlio Oven* Dis trict. ami atford.-i a must .suiiaMo medium for ai)vkuti u.xo }\ Fiu nd-s Lont titock, General Merchuifii.^ r.p unythin# in any way jJt'jeung tho jjopulatioix' on tho Ovonn Gold Kiulds. AVARllKN & CO., Agents, Ford street, BeeehwortU, 84fP#l5? ^ w&S -v.^5 o, IMMENSE SUCCESS. TOT? 7?^ ?^57Er5r3 n ?357 The Operatta of THE W A T E R M A N. And (by request) .sm «i:mA¥A<&AmA Two Pike's - - - Mi r ?. .leld and IIamn:oncl. The Gudgeon - - Mr. Benner. THE VICTORIA ®i% HIGH STRE3T, OPPOSITE Tim WEIGHBRIDGE, ARE MOW 0?EI Fur the X7.ecept.icn of Boarders. Light airy Bedrooms-Liberal Table-Civility and Attention. TERMS :-Buard and Hesidence, £2 per week. Hoard only, 30s. per , fa 002 210 W. T. SOULIiY. Sale by Auction of the Licensed Public House known as "THE SEVEN OAKS INN," Situated on the Road from the Woolshed to Wangaratta, and Half-way between the El Dorado Crossing-place,...

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POLICE COURT. Monday, 23rd March, 1857. (Before R. O'H. Boutke, Esq., J.P., and Richard Mellish, Esq.; J.P.) COWARDLY ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

I'OUCK COURT. Muiulny, 23rd March, 1837 T'fore II.'(VII. Bouike, Esq., J.P., MI(l Kichurd IMellieh, Jisq.; J.P.) COWABULK ASSAULT. Henry Kene, u bullock driver, wan bioiglit up by Constable ShoebridRe, charged with having, on Saturday even infj last, I>r 11 tul)y nstj.mltrd a resp-^cjable looking young woman by tliu nnniu of' Marion Hornby. It appeared from tlio evidence of the complainant, corroborated by that of Mr Auiulown, of Uuech worth as to the assault, that she left Mrl tmurue far IW'clnvorlli, in a bullock dray, bound lor the Yaehandandah; the pris .her \va* driving a bullock dray in comp.iiiy with them ; the teams sepa rated on the road, ami iWiss Hornby rode the remainder of the way to Heechworth on prisoner's druy, pn "Saturday, ii^glit, ,the JM'jt itistailt,. about 11 o'clock, prisoner followed her out o{''u, daiicWg saloon in High street, (truck her in the face, knocked htr down and kicked her, nt the name time uttering the mo5t obscpne language j «he screamed for n...

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ASIATIC CUOLERS AND LEPROSY AMONG THE CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

A-T \1" NRI>I,"IU A NO r,I',i'U().>v A-.TOXU 'I'IIK CMNM'.s;:. \r i 1 ci.d inec'ing (if tli! Castle mime Town Council <n\ Wednesday Mr riv'itt'r intioduced tin- obj ? -t ol' '?''L. c ill of the Council, viz., the f.ict ol' ;,-,-ecif Asiatic cholera o;"-iu-ri1Ur in ar.d topm-v' exi -1 in_. ihe i him' i\ as eeititi-.-'! by Hi . (| c.ise ot ? Spring : knti>ii£f pr,».-- .'i'. 'I)'' Public Me., lib OP'irt'r, ; The <h iroi.m s.iid li w.'j ? ? . ,, foyer1'- Creek on the very d i, .<?. ,, fe'lhiscasp of leprosy occurred ;t|,. 'Hrniiijn, when Ids attention ,t 'traded to the extraordinary exodus of Chinese. On enquiry lie found t i t ;tht-y were lenvng their diseased conn |ryni!''i to tlu-ir f'itc. and wnr flying jVtim liic -iiseri«e in iptcs'.io-t. ' ~ Mr I'll- .m* moved that the Town .C.erk (l.aw ;l vr.jiort relating to ?thee c.i-'es. <o 1).- imnicdia ely I'or 'iv.iriltvl ti> »lie 'fi)trill 'Soar.! of Health ?uiiretlier with a copy of ...

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Original Correspondence. THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL AND THEIR CONTRACTORS. To the Editor of the Orens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

ijriginal ©trmsjiairtmice. t;ik municipal council AND TillUU CONTRACTORS. To tli(* IMitor of tlio Ovena uml Murray ArfrcrtLirr. Sin : - The importance of my subject will, 1 trust, l>e a sufficient apology for inv thin troubling you. In your paper of the lGth instant, I read a letter signed Hubert Menzies, complaining that the Municipal Council of ticeehworth had accepted a tender for dial ing the streets at a sum exceed ing that of Mr AJenzies by £304. It is ids > stated in tha; letter that the Council had no excuse for the alleged prefer ence on the score of insufficient sureties or want of experience on the part of Mr Mcuzie<, who offered to give security to the full amount of the contract for its due anil faithful performance. And as to the experience requisite to grub up stump*, it will sotliee to say that Mr Mfiizics has satisfactorily completed large and important contracts for the Government, which is surely n sufficient guarantee that he was competent to und...

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SKIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

SKIPPING TNTEIILIQKNce. &rLB0UB-NDj - jlmVcf?. - March 19, -J Columbian, E. and A. "R. M. Co.'rf b.8., from Southampton Uth January, via St. I Vincent 22nd January, and Cape Town 22nd February. fbrifaf. - March *20. - Princess, ship, for Siiuj\pftro ; Acadia, eVip, for Bombay ; arque, for Guam; Flying Foam, nhip, for Colombo ; Benjamin Heapo, for Mauritius. ! ..OJECTED DEPARTUnra. TW i>oNDi s' VIA SUEZ and SouTaAurroN. Uolutn15th April. Ti n i.y .?don.-Cresar Uoddeffroy, early. I Pim i«iv;..ieooL. -. Sardinian, in March; Tud ir, early j Champion of the Seas, April 5. . - . . . f?t)H itAVi Duguny Troum, in March. ^ uom;:at.-Acadia, early. ,M.AUiUTirs. -* ^Ene;ut Ben > enue, oarlr. »n Hono Kovo.-Independence, early. ,r SiXQAPoith -Berthe, early.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

Buft?HESS JBiB-ECTC&Y. j i INCUS, Tinsmith. Hi ,ii street, i J\ . Bee. iuvr-rtli, ui'iw <ho new .lin'cjjf,.? , | Stove pij'U^'. pumps, and every divription'of | timvavo, made t-o order; tin nnd ratvunined ron bucket*, wholeralo, wavr.mted sound. _J 72 220 Austin pe -mole & co., Genm-ai iVcwbnnt.% Camp street, Beech worth, nnd at Adelaide.^ 102 2 'OANirOK NEW SCVUTlfWA f<Ei\ Furd I X> street. Bechwor'h. "7 ^n'{ |>ANJv OK VICTORIA, Korit-ntii ~j Camp-street. John Farran, LAKK and COOK, Carpenters, _ Undertakers, and Timber Merelrm opposite Ovms and Murray A«Y<.*, ? oCico, IVrd-atreot. . | " M K DIG A L. DR. PONTEN may bo consulted nb tho I FrccmaHona' A raw, High rttreot, Beech worthy lfifr 2C2 I J^AKTHENWARE and GLASS, "whole 2j fide, tho largest assortment in the Colo, nies, at «T. Stairway's, 175 Great; Bourko-stroet east, Melbourne. _ 100 272 I '"Ar.nOTT and CO., moloKuUrM^. JPi© chants, Ford street. 262 272 ) S. G-. Fogg and ...

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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

.ESCbKT TO MELBOURIv The next Government Escort wi'.i \-»nve Bcechworth on Friday, March 27 Varcels -to be transmitted therein will received at the Gold Office until 2 v. .ock «Mii. of the preceding day. The deposits in the Gold Office, V ~»ch worth, on the 21st inst., Tvere- old. 18,810 ounces, 10 dwts; and Cash, I *,919 shewing f»n increase in the am- a? t <v \ToM deposited during the week, en i» : tlu 21fit lest,, of 462 ozs 10 dwts, an increase in thatof cosliof £7677. The amount of Gold and Cashed *ite>; jiod withdrawn during -the abov > *.mcd week, are as follows, viz. : Gold Cash Deposited. oks. ilwts. 721 10 £7823 Wit:, ruvti

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 March 1857

PHtati tfalEirtiar. 11 atujday 1 imdtvy ?'?lontlny .. "leBilny Vednrsday ' Tiursclay . Vri-1 n.1- .. 0 G 10 G 11 G 11 G 12 G 13

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THE DEPARTED YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

Tilli Wil'AKTliD Y12 A It. (I'Yom tliu Examiner.) EA'pikkij, precisely at midnight, on the night of lust Wednesday, at the ad vanced aud extraordinary age of 366 daye, the profligate old year I808 want tho pen that wrote the epitaph Colonel Chirtres to do justice to, memory of one of the nin-C unprinc.'-U yer.rs the obsequies of which \vt> ??issisted in celebrating. He WJ, minus mirnbiUs of commercial imm rniity, mid, fur confounding right wring and mrum :md lu;m, llar] JH .1 claim to.the title of the Year of fusion iihis Miice'.l.ir -Hi K. C, irreguhir'ties \v.?ro r.nher CiMnr's his own, nwl -.vc-re nt^ied Ibr by reform ih:-y intro lnced into the r I ilar. If had any lojip.ii-D it iV1, religion of the di.fiest of divinit'es " never before CM!)!.'?! siu-li :i Imst of! thu-ia-tic ivguiM in bis >ervitf. vcjir was " liitc.'O'i un.-lcr M(.f like A n'.olye i" ; Uu* t!u> iVutMvci distillgliis 'Oil themselves v.'crc (ions knives, (;(r '? snapping unconsidered trifle s" f hoy sn:1 ...

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VISIT OF THE GOVERNOR TO GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

VldlT" OK TirK "(H)VKUXC)Il TO gkki.ong. II IS Excellency Sir Henry I5u\;lv visited Geelong oil Friday fur the pur pose of as-istin"'in ttie inauguration ot the Mechanic's Institute. . The vice regal paty arrived in the Vict iri/i oboat half-past ten o'clock, and was received at the landing place by the M.-uor and Town Council of Gecdong, t!i-.; membe. 3 of'lie local Chamber of Commerce, and 1 large number of the inhabit mts. Witi regard to tlie further proceedings we are indebted to the Geelong silvrr ther, of whose columns we have av iied ourselves I'.ir the abridged report which we subjoin : About noon his Excellency, accom panied by his Worship the Mayor, drove through tliu town in a carriage, for the purpose of seeing the public institutions and objects of interest. OPENING OP THK KXIIIMlION. On his arrival at the entrance to the Mechanics' Institution, his Excellency was received in the reading room by the President, Committee, and officers of the Institute. The President l)r ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

" TO EUmieif. ' Iffir » &. ,W O;,? haW, Sstaaa rraS. 6iS ^©"ASTTEI)' wars Skincsra, ' Appty Sin ?. ofBca ofthia papwr. ' . : /^MTANTKI) e Sihtatloa by & HirrioA Oou ¥ y plo, the liVcnmn as housemaid or faitor, thD';&5na used to horses or general ; wmutry prefered. Application i/by £»am, iu _(J. G., euro of Mr James Ingram, CTtioner, Camp street, Bcechworih. 83S IT IS OUR. MOTTO TO PLEASE. ' 'iSfe' - ' ASHTON'S ROYAL' (mok^aTDKET), '^ipoMe-of CQMiainifl^ an audionca * oa& of thoi;*nnd persons, with his MAMMOTH TSOUPE Equestrians and Equestriennes, superb stud of TWENTY-ONE HOUSES, And nnriralled Qcrmim Bmt.i (Eight in number), are BOW on tb«ir way to ALBURY AND BEECHWOl'.T > i, Aft»r ft tsria ef rac£er«ful ps?f»»mnrr®s at IS* Goulbnsj Rscti, ud tn» eat'-t.-n aBd . ^thwn districts. > Mr JAMES ASSTON, 'th» prepKetrr, bejs «>irp8ct fully to inform the inhabitants ,-f AI 1 ury and Beechworth, and their c Toral Aibtiict?, tliat'he purposes giving "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

LOU8HLIW' S COMMWtClAr, STORES, tyriiu; Creole ami Chinaman's Tint. 1JVKKV <K vriptu''.i of fiUOf.i UV. DKA. J-J tu»:l' 1 JiON'.MOXfi i-;K V, of 'x... ^ity, a\vwi\ < Oi"j" SAT.r'.. H.iak iJrioo ;;ivi?n for Gold ut LOUGIIM.va COMMERCIAL STOUE-S. 449 257 SB IT LKRS, WHOLESALE BUTCHER-}, &c. HARRINGTON :& MOIUUS "^^ILL e.»u*ft t > ho Sold liy Auction, SATlTltl) VV XKXT, 25IH IXST., At T.vo * ?'clock. p.m., Tf not pr-v/ion^y (lii'pi'-.cd ui' by l^i Coninct 1000 l-'ai S I! R E I' 1000 " lore do, Fai'ticnl ;r: in :y 1m« T».\I1 MI application at I tho (! . Yard, U>vc-h^orth t> >; ^ A i, K , H'IU.OWAYY. I'lI.I.S M»l OTXTMKXT Tar!:?)'-* 1 ! t i !. !),> i.u.-,'. n Vi.:o'^.ir, oil, !:<:ti:hup. jam* J'tw-crvc^l ami. )nli.-.t ?'»-< nOM'.t.'-o..' ,- 1; .ut, y; -'ftU Jv--»unc . of i i'i'it'o I'.ui-.y, pK'-nie, A l^rmthy, ami iJ:i J1! 11:i' vi. r..'i' ami t it von pi",'] Flavoring . > -"mck ,i:^nrl d W\Qt\ Wvmw &l...

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Original Correspondence. FIRE FIRE!! To the Editor of the Orens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

ijrijfimil iSomspoufcim. Fill El 1'IRIS! I To th* Editor of the Ovens and Murray Adver tiser, Sin : - As the inhabitants of ]J?eoh worth seem ignorant of the destructive element, and of its too frequent occur rence ere they are thinking of it, 1 would suggest that some leading trades men step forw'ard, convene a meeting, and take such steps as may seem expe dient, in order to form and organise a volunteer body. Seeing the fl.miable articles which our buildings are com posed of, it would fio no easy matter in trying to prevent a fire making headway. I think if I mistake not, this is the only diggings of any'popu lation whcic property is at such a risk, and life, for who can conjecture when wc lay our heads upon our pil lows, whether we may rise them again. All may be one blazing mass before we have sufficient time to es cape. 1 think the inhibitions should lose no time in immediately forming it volunteer lire brigatle, before all i' crushed around them. By inserting this you will obl...

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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. Th»> r.oxt Government Kpcort will lenv» nv.lr.vorth on Fritay, March 27. P.^'-'W to 1>» tinns]>iitted thereby will . ivf-ii 0;fieeuntil2 o'clock (-1 ;!ie i^reccilinu" Tli-: lit.posits in tlw (iold Oflice, Beueh « *it\ on th*» 21st mat., ^vere- Gold. .;.S1« -.u.iccs, 10 dwts; ,md Cash, £15,019 . n incroas'.- in the amount ot 'V .! i :!<*;..).-luring lh* voek, ending th»* met., of 4«>2 O/A 10 dwt*, and an !r<:r-o iu ifiat of <m. h of £7077. TV.-. o-iiiiunt of (5>ild :»nd Oaah deposite «»\ w i;V!nvwn during tin* abovp-ivirae*: ik. . -'.r- foll.wvjs, viz : l)-.:pn*it<>d Withdrawn o?.«;. -i'vis. ozs. dwth - V' 721 1") 259 0 . v £U0

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POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 24, 1857. (Before K. O'H. Bourke, Esq., J.P. and H. B. Lane, Esq., J.P) STEALING CHAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

POLICI? COURT. Tuesday, March 24, 1057* (Before K. O'H. Bourke, Esq.. J.I* , andLJ. B. Lane, Esq., J.P ) STEALING G12APF* Henry TluirgAte on remnnil for the evidence of .\lr Hell, was brought up for the third time on the charge of stealing ch id". A medical certificate was put in, cer tifying that Mr Ilell was unable to nt i tend, in cnoaemsenee of irtjafies »us | tained by the wheel of ti dray passing over liim. Mr Keefer appeared fir the prisoner and obtained n remand on bail for seven days. DieORKVIN'O AN OIIDKR OF THIi mauisthatks. Jo!eph Thomas appeared to answer this complaint. From t';io defendant's statement, ii appeared that he had authorised Mi Simpson, connected with the (inn <>i Foster ami Vinge at liccei>worlh, s pay ihe weekly itista'nient into court Mr Simpson had been suddenly '.ailed awiiy to Melbourne, atid forgot to deposit tlte money into court bef'on lie left. The money hid since been paid, an.: t'iie Court accepted the apology. The late .Mr Fos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

' 'V10K TO COItKKSPONDENTS. , vl "IMS of IXVK-.TI'HTOll nud SrECT.VTOIt ..!; :! to-ni'>rrnii-.

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FATAL. CRITICAL STATE OF BORDER RELATIONS—GREAT MASSACRE OF ZULU CAFFRES NEAR THE NATAL BORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

WAT All. CRITICAL STATU OF BORDER RE I, VTIOJf S-(J M'-AT MASSACRE OF ZULU' CAFKllKS NEAR Till'. NA TAL nOUDKRS. TUB late Kaffir papers brought bj' thf Columbian give a startling account of a civil war which hud broken out on the Natal frontier, ami in which it was probable the colonists would find them selves involved. A shocking mas sacre of the partisans of native e'def by the adherent-: of n riv.-d Iia'.i taken pi,ice. A y;nnur Ho;*iishman, named Dnnn, with a party of Iv illir p dice in the p iv of the N it d Government, crossed the frontier and took part with one of the contending parties - a pro ceeding which appears to have seriously emiiarras-ed the e >1 -nial Government. Tlie side which Air D.iiin todr was de feated, and he had to fly for hi? life, most of his patty being killed. 1 lie slaughter nppi-ai's to have been truly frightful. More than five hundred bodies were found in one spot.

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THE [?] and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1857. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 25 March 1857

TUB Sto ball set*. 1'WBI. I9HED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, MAUUH 25, 18S7. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. i<avi>g obtained the right of govern. '> i; nmselvea, unci the people being admitted to the deliberation and de ui ion of all quoa.ions affecting the ^4 in-r.il welfare of the colony, one of the first duties of our politicians and legislators thould be to adapt the parli o.ncntiry institutions to our peculiar vr i(!i ion. We have shewn in a former how unjust and unequal ii the m .ti'i.imioo of the reprejentation, and .i, »p advocated the introduction of equal .;}' t- n-jil districts, bated upon nunibers. jt Jle I'h lot h.is been conceded by our 5a v-nukers, and is a guarantee against tf e successful t-mplovnient of evil and <.*rrupt influence* upon those possessing «: e franchise. Hut.supposing that the «*pre*cntative system is remodelled;"and r.u .-'' n properly made the basis of' r ch rlectorai ;li-tri t, th?re will still V . wanting another reform to render «ir parlia...

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