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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

ffo THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OF THE OVENS. 26th March, 1857, 2-1 Temple Court. GKNTLEME1T,--As the suggestion of my coming forward as a candidate for the ^presentation of your district, Las emanated from some of your own body, and my name has been mentioned in your journals without any provioua movement on my part, I venture although a noil-resident, to solicit your sut frages. AH you aro aware, I come before you as a Xnember of the present Ministry. I refused the office which 1 have now the h "'nor to fill, when it wa3 offered me by the late Govern ment, because I disapproved of their policy. I have accepted it at the hands of Mr O Sha Oassy, because I bolievo iiirn to be a man of the people, who has risen to powor by advo cating their rights, and who is pledged to ad vance tho liberal cause. I5ut I do not apk you to becomc tho parti sans of the new Ministry. They desiro merely a fair trial. They -wish to be judged by the measures they Trill bring forward, and eurely the peoplo...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

Onowoni) Our.-Scv.nwl interesting items are unavoidably held over till to iiiorsow. r. iHatln'ivs's letter is in type anil shall appear in our next issue. LOUGHLIJI' £5 COMMERCIAL STORES, Spring Crook and Chinaman's' Hat. T7WEUY description of OUOCHRY, DRA .JQj l'HUY, mi*I I IK) NWION'UKRY, of Iho best, quality, always ON SALE. 'G:mk Prico t?ivon for Gold at UJUGITLIN'S COMMHRGIATj STORKS. .M!) 257 VACANCIES FOR BOAIUJKKS. Victoria Dining Booms, iiroir XTiu<XL\ Host accommodation in tho dhiviot. Airy lu'droom:? - Table Civility and .Alton ion. Bo;ud Sc Ke.'iidoncu, .£..'! pur wook. onlyt3Ps i' oi' WALE, rnilR Advortta'M for tins day, Thurs* ._a_ day, A].i'il 'J, ur, tlio Wool,shod Auction v.*ill bo i'oHtpo;:o<l UNTIL I-UHTIIER NOTICE, TItOS. SMITIT, Auctioneer. TH2S PAY, Eleven o'clouk, sharp. HARRINGTON & MOftRTS T/$TlUi ofioL* fin' khIo by .uiction at tho " Y Cominurci.il Sulo Ynnl, 20 Hoiul lunwy Br.ui-bt. Horace 30 Uca'l li-Ut luu'ii' .i i ib) &...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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ESCORT TO MELBOU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

SSUUJKT TO JiKi.il The next Govrrmu:. 1-av* DwclnTorth ou Fri1 \v, A^ri! Parcels to be i-rit:'.'. : r.. ..rii; be received nt the Gold Oiiicj unt_ . r i nk p.m. of the preceding :Hy. The deposits in tV.> CoM (>;-.?. ^ -h xvorth, on 28tU Mp.veh, ^ 14,029 ouiiue.-^, 0 dwts ;md shewing im ricre:i<« in l; .* . . 'v ^Jold deposited durn»«T. In'- v. . W\i 2?tU March, of 213 nr* <' v\ decrease iu that of c:t-h <>f I ! 3"\ (. >H mid fri; -h '1 and -Nvithdrav.-u dm 'no; IVj '..ijovc-imnu-. 'week, .are as follow.', viz, : X) Of ^ IJ1. Ym 1 h-.l r h 7T i> Ov*or.'- i Gold 10S? 1J r'" 0 CaBli £:-io iltu'J Th* collections Miners' Hicr'its, liu^ejs ami Chinese Tickets, f.<r 0.,» ,V;-k m.lin- tl £3th March, aumuni. »<> K'.i. from mi the gold fields ^sr,r»et.

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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MR WOOD'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

Mil wooo's pt'KKnrr, Wi; resume to day our report of the speech made !>y Mr Wood, :il the ^lar Theatre on Tuesday evenirifj. The small portion which we published yes terday VVJJS a brief narration of the cir cumstances connected with th_> vote passed by the late Government for the purpose of immigration, ami the success of the vole of want of confidence proposed by Mr fl'Shanassv. j\Ir Wood then continued : In con sequence of that vote, Mr O'Slnnassy was sent fdr by tlie Governor, and in trusted with tiie duty of iorrii>ii£ an administration. Mr O'.Shanissy had u very difficult task to perform, and he (Mr Wood) was well aware that the prinie minister flail rendered liimself salf unpopular on account of one or two members selected to i'onn part of the administration. But admitting was ill«t a lair reason for refusing to give a fair trial to the first pop ilar Go vernment that had ever arisen in the country (hear, hear). Tlicy nil knew how former Governments 'had been crcat-'...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

"M \RH!KV), On the 1st April, byfhn H-r.\ Mr. Heinjett, ilr. Andrew Br^-ni, Fi.uT.ir.Othv, StMrtl.mri, to MiRfl Mary Mormue. s-'rculli <hugliter of Mr. Michael Morn urn, Wost TeiT<ioo A<ta litide.

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. Wednesday, April 1, 1857. (Before R. O'H. Burke, Esq., J.P.) and Richard Melli[?], Esq., J.P. TIPPLING. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

POLICE COURT, j Wednesday, April I, 1837 (Before R. O'H. Rtitko, -Bsq., J.P.) nnd Richard McliLh, Ksq., J.P. TIPPMNG. .Tulin Holmes, the well-known cob bler, was charged by Constable Swain with indulging too freely in intoxi cating drinks. Dismissed with n caution. I.UNAOV. John M'Donald, on remand from 'i'u.'silay, was iemanded for seven days on the evidence of Dr Murphy. wAors. (Jerii'ge Dee v. Win. Stnntiury. A claim for .£'20 balance of wages. The particulars of this case were stated in our police report yesterday. The plaintiff proved a set-off, which reduced the claim t:i £7 12s, for the immediate payment of which nil order was maiie bv the Uencll. ynAi!» ny uonrG.\(?on. James Ijotiiiie, late of Wooragay, farmer, surrendered on bail to an-iver an informfitKMi laid by Dr Oeraraell, charging him with fraudulently selling ahorse on which the prosecutor bad a preferable lien by mo tgage, under the Act 17 Vict, No 1G, entitulcd an Act to give preferable lien on wo >1 from season...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE Ob[?] and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1857. MR. WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

PUBLISHED DAI L Y. TlIUltSDAV, .M'I'JX. 2, IM7. -Alii. U'Oi'Mj, " .flln. Wood, 'J<3 firjilti'iov. PcmcimI in the no.. and has been tnc .. '?-t to llnlii; a public of the acquaintance v.-ith the fit.. Qvetts District. 'l |m ine"tiiijr nt Star Theatre 1 -st nf ;l,i was l.irm-r. mid as influential a <m'nee n-.-ci witnessed in JJ.-rlrv.stt'i. 'i'li-- can didate ivm well tvtv'i-.-l : hU vnv lengthy uddrcs v.-.is ;> ,i'lv li-uned to, and de.-.Tvetlly >: in!. Mr. Wood has bcni ac.'itM'd nt' h-incr » young man, hut win! . lint, if a fault at all, it. i< .)-. v.dtk!) {? daily diminishing, r.-c tn : 1 :<lit it th.it he displayed jmuivs .if ^C'.ai tirii would reflect honor '».» tu? ,1 «>' ' . .-ikt Voiltll IK) ''ink ! TI ,11, Ml-;, in addition (')[!>{- I) yam! enthu«i»sm, n-m~ \'y m>. ml- nt-. t is ac< ompaui .! » M.'t ?: .! -Tciicrd abilities,.»id aveiai i iv >>. 1m Ulr. Wood's rise, > <; -r. we per ceiv...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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MR WOOD AT THE NINE-MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

Mil WOOL) A.T TH K X JNIS-MILH. A mkbtino of the electors of* Snake Valley wag held in the Public Room last evening to hear Mr Wood express his political opinions. The house was densely crowded, and the meeting very enthusiastic. Mr J. S. Thomson, on the motion of Air ?Steele, was culled npo'i to take the chair, who in a few appropriate re marks introduced Mr Wood to the meeting. Mr Wood, on rising, wa? very favor ably received, and throughout his ad dress, which was a repetition of that delivered on the previous evening, he was frequently applauded. Various question* were asked, the an-wers to which appeared satisfactory to the meeting. It was then proposed by Mr McHvely, and seconded by Mr Taylor, " Tnat Mr Wood is a lit and propel' person to represent the constituency in the Legislative Assembly." Mr Kennedy rose to move an amend ment, and after a fierce onslaught upuii Mr Foster, prepared the following " That the conduct of Mr Foster during the yi'ar l£lj3, was such that no part...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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A SQUIB. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

A SQUIB. Poor Kelly, itxeuins uiuvsnhn^ly ntood Hector Norman's unnu rciuil hushing j JJufc wo'vo a ehillila'jh <»}' cujnl.il \v,mi> T' inflict a more terrihlo tlmuhim;.

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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MR KELLY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

Mil KELLV3 MEETING. Mr Kelly, the second candidate W the representation of the Ovens <>IS r invited the inhabitants la*t ® public meeting at the Star il'es At seven o'clock there was but a' attendance, but within a quarter o hour later the theatre was crow«c ? every part, am! the attendance there fore quite as numerous and quite .is us enthusiastic as at Mr Wood's medting on the previous evening-. , a Mr Kerfjjrd WHS moved into tin: ') chair. The Chairman, in openir^r the [)ro_ ceedings, begged the meodngto \\udcr. etand that lie was not pledged to support Mr Kelly, but that he merely attended then: to hear dm gentleman ns lie had attmded on thu previous evening to he ir Mr Wood. lie trusted that they would support him in setuirinn to Mr Kelly n fair and impartial hearim" (Cheers.) Mr ICoIlv tlien came forward. He Baid although it might appear to bo boldness almost amounting to pre sumption for a stranger as he was to the district to conic before them and to solicit th...

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GREEVES' LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

QltUEVJiS' LAMi:.N'T. Fust Bourkelmi burke J uiy hopes, I My " 'Ju&touia " do iV't h lit its inind. '. Vuulting ambition " proven a cliuut, U li roafe-cufcl take* a noat. i r-J/y ItyvA',

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLINGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

blUiTJMC} lA'i'iOM.Uii: Hm«j&sre. - imW. - ?<s. - Nwvnod, from LonlU-n, l!)!h I), Wild W«ve, from Ho.k- K*i>.% ;>.i :-V: . £uary; Luor, from PoU'I.uuN, *i.; ui in - 7th Fobrufiry. Sa«7«i -.March 29.-IUy T>tv.sn, .-.Mr, i\, "Calcutta. PROJECTED T'!:r\r.Tcn: FOB Lokdom VIA Svez A:;D S.'U.-i.urrn.v. Columbian, 15tli April. For Lomd.in-. - Ctcwr G,..W..<1 crlv Roxburgh Castle, -!(h %-..!«. s vjrr ««.. 28U> April; Quoeu Viut-..r!;,; A .-.n. FOB LtVEWoot.-ChanM.iou April 5. FouHAVKR-T)ii!*my Tropin, in :iI. FOR BOMBAY.- Aca.lia. i Fori MATTHlTirs.-Iku V--;rt«\ fir}v. Fen SiNGATonn.-]>erth'\ To i-.wW. FOP. Sa^ FuANCISCO.-- W'pU'U', c.'.rb" iOR CALLAO.- Clam V* L^ch-!', jiiuu «Sy 1Y:;i oaxly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AINGMS, Tinsmith, High street, . lJeceliworth, near tlio new Bridge. Stove piping, ptmips, mid evciy description of tinware, made to order; tin and galvanised ron buckcta, wholesale, warranted sound. 172 229 AUSTIN T)E MOLE & CO., General Merchants, Camp street, BcecliwortU, and ftt Adelaide. 1(12 216 TJAKK OP NEW SOUTH WALES,"Ford II street, BecchworUi. HI 223 j > A N K OK YI ('TO J? I A, Ford-street Allil ,J Camp-sireot. John Fanan, Manager. 490 223 CIjAKK and COOK, Carpenters, BntUlors, Undertakers, and Timber Merchants, oppoaito Oims and Murray Anrcrli.icr office, Ford-street. flS-< 223 " It K D I C A L. BR. rONTEN may bo consulted at the Freemasons' Arms, High street, Beech worth. 1S;, 2G2 TTlARTHENAVAKE and OLASs' ^'hohi sale, tlio largest assortment in tlio Colo jbjos, at J. Stamvay's, 175 Groat Bourke-strcot ..at, Mellinurrie. 109 272 ^""ABBOTT and CO., Atfliotal7~M^. ^ Ford street. 2G2 272 --sTa. Fogg zM Co., EN KRAI/ i Ji O N At O ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

NOTICE TO anu'.v^'. No liotieo whatever cti moua rnrnmuni(Vtttn':< All commuuicntious fo bo addro^d to In: a MtJnn.Vf Advekh-: :>. "BoocliwovHi. The Land Salo. MAI'S OF THE TOWXSim'. IOPIES of tlir; novevmmvit, Tr»»?* of tlin Township of !'cci,f',.V(>'ti'. Ii*h"';ti\piu'fl at the $urr6jrvr»Geui'mr» iWice, cm vow b Lad of MESSRS WAU!!::" ft CO.. At the oflieo <?{' flic? '. f >\v.' \v\.\ "Murray Advei't!---!'," tliv.'t. PRICE 0 Siiir.usu:?. " OvElis DiHRoroity, <-!m r,l,a capy yrntte Oil application lit llio nlmvt.- < Hi- >.

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Weekly [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 2 April 1857

ULierMg ir;Wui:j;;iv DATS OP TUK "WRKK. Saturday .... Mar/28. Sunday " *2.$. Monday ,, 30. Tuesday », '81. Wednesday ...April 1, Thursday .... ,, '2 Friday ,» 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 April 1857

TO TIIE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OP THE OVENS. ti6t.lv March, 1S57, 24 Temple Court. GENTLEMEN,-As the suggestion or my coming forward as n candidate for the cprcaeutaiion of your district, has emanated from some of your own body, find my .has been mentioned in your journals withou any previous movement on my part, I\entuie although a nou-re?ident, to solicit your sul frages. , _ As vou arc aware, I come bofore you as a member of tho present Ministry. I refused the office which I have now the lienor to till, .when it was offered mo by the lato Govern ment, becauso 1 disapproved of llie'ir policy. I have accepted it at the hands of Mr O'Sha nassy, because I oelievo him to bo a man of the people, who has risen to power bj «v.l\0' eating their rights, and who is pledged to ad . vanee the liberal eav.^e. But I do not ask you to become tuo parti* zans of the new Ministry. They desire iperely a fa'r trial. They wish to bo judged by the inca-sures they will bring forward, and surely the pe...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 April 1857

ESOOHT T-> MKiaiOL'IIXL The next Government IT Tt 'v; . Uccchworth on I-'ri.lv.*, April 10. Parcels to hr» tiv.us'vuU.nl V;!' fce rei»piv?d at the Mi/ul O'ik'j until - p.m. of the precedii:^. d:,y. The deposits in iVj Gold Offk"\ '' worth, on 2tiih March, nvre - 3*1,(520 outi^es, O wndCush, flhe*.vin*j rn incrou?^ >n tli<> <« 55ol t deposited during the \\v;>U, «'»:dini» tht 28th Match, of 2U) .»7« in dwM, pud a decrease iu thatnf c^hof ' The Amount of n.-ild ^.nd C\:«h dvpnsir/y; and -withdrawn during the alinvc-n.'.nioi-. tv*cek, nre ns fellow-', vir. : P('l i:?vV d. "\V'!:!:'lri*vn. d\\T> Gold mss 10 e:o o Cash £l a0.7 The collections on .um> unt. of !'e< . ".a-- for Mlneto* flights. TiKPi»?e«, an-f Chincoo Tickets, lor thr w-»'k ending iU, 2Sih March, amount t» i'1-S2 l'u. from j.J, the gold Hdd* ofthi« iHsrriv;.

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 April 1857

CHINA. tfTRK.VOI'II OF TilK I.vSVRGKNTS. The insurgent body, if we reckon as adhering to it all the population in the regions subject to lite departmental ci ties miller its sway, cannot be less than 25,()00 ; and, ere long, it may be de« sirable that foreign governments should op?n communication and come to a good understanding with its chief. Faj.Ii op TUB PoncKTiAtM 'fowKn. - A correspondent of th- Nmlh cflillu Ihralil, willing ir-,n on the 9th January-rj;[,0 Chinamen, tlironijii whom I generally receive news from Nankin, tell me that he has just received a letter from his family n'jar Nankin, staling that the Porcelain Tower has been blown down by tile in surgents. This confirms the statement miule by the two foreigners to Dr. Bridgman. SHANTUNG.-liver since the long haired rebels reached Tientsin, about three years ago, the westt-rn borders of S 'mntug have been more or less distur bed by " local bandits," tu fi. Two gangs of these from Suiuhau, on the north of Kian^ue, togethe...

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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1857. THE R[?]VAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 April 1857

wis hurras Fill DAY, A 1,'UIL 1S57. A'he ni',;nb?r o!' candidates Ibr the re presentation of thi.-i ctnuiiiie'ioy lint swindled to two, to the ;-o!icitor 'General and Mr Kelly. ' The farmer pentlemnn has stated most distinctly that iie does not Inot Upon his election so much as a personal 3uestion, but rather as one of confi ence in Mr O'Sh .na-sv's g .vrrnnii-nt. He is prepared to sink the claims < I' ill. individual in those ut the Solicitor General, and he asks tor the uti ,>?;. -- of the people tor his colleagues in office, and not merely for hiin-elf. The Solicitor-General Ins heribv relieved the constituency from verv much rl the difficulty of peleetion which would Otherwise have existed. lie en-h!e', each elector to disregard the > ininrnt abilities displayi d hy the individual and to be guided ill hi* jiei;;iociit solely by consideration* of a ; ' Ta r i ' nature. i lie ttuestiou then '<ei'.a\ the constituency of the Ovens di-tik-t i> a Ver...

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FUNERAL OF MR PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 3 April 1857

I'UNKR.VIi ' OF MR PIUCB. '1'hr remains of the deeca-ied tnspcc tor-Gencal were rem .veil on .Monday from Williunstown to Sandridge in on^ ot' the boats of the Victoria, and carried to Prince's Bridge, where the procession was formed. It was very large, and among those present were many of the personal friends of the tie ceased, ami most of the public func tionaries. The liight Worshipful, the Mayor of Melbourne and several mem bers of tli? City Council were also pre sent. His ICxcellency the Governor sent his private cairiage. 0 \ arriving I opposite the Umvors ty some of the ! students joined the procession. The I streets the whole way out of the city were kept by a cordon of the footpo | lice. The greatest order, decorum, and even silence characteri-cd the crowd during the procession ; all th;- principal shops were temporarily ,.',o3ed, and the peculiar solemnity oK the occasion np. paired to be ui\:,ver,nlly felt. On arrivi-;,,, tbc (,"(e ,,t' the Ceme tery the co;t,n was carrie...

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