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Original Corresponddsiecd. CLIERING THE STREETS. to Editor of the Ocent and Murray Adevrliser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 April 1857

gt'itjiiral ©m'remirtmtc*. CLEAUINO TUJ3 STREETS. tlio Editor of tlio Occnt and Murray A (hcrliscr. ' Slit,-In your {issue of Friday last I perccive from the minutes of the Town Council that it was stated by one of the councillors, that I said the works now being done in the clearance of the streets are not done properly, and in justice to the parties concerned I think it demands some explanation. Some time ago Mr Councillor Wil liams inquired of me if I approved of filling the holes from which the roots are taken, with looje .earth, having a thin stratum of gravel on the top ; I replied in the negative, and that, in my opinion, all such loose earth should be removed and the holes filled in with ' stones or broken metal. And, as I have never examined the works already done, it is impossible for me to express an opinion upon them. J5ut from what I know personally of both the contractors and surveyor, 1 IVel every conlidenco in their perfor ming their'several duties in a autisfac t tr...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 April 1857

I'toing Saltnlrav. Baturtiny Sunday .. . Maiulay .,, Tue^ilay .,. Wednesday Thuis.lny , Friday Ar>'i. ii. ,, 12. " IS. M "j~"- ?«;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 April 1857

mSiiflS dBectoby. i JNOUS, Tinsmith, : Iligl, strooi, i, Jlecclnvmtli, near tho new J3ridg(. j£!<ivc pi]1"'!!. l'tinip", »ml ovory cloacription «i Kinirari-, mado to order; tin and galvanise.' Bron Imcfcote, wholesale, warranted Bonml. ' ? '172 2gf> i U>sTIH J'K MOLE & CO., Genera1 j\ Jltwlinnts, Camji etrcot/ Jiaocliwortli ?nil flf Adelaide. 192 24> InAiaiCoF new SOUTH walkvi.w Ijj Mirct. Hco'i-iitrorHi; ? ' ? ? ji;. 2S: 1 jAJnK OL'' VICIOUIA., Ford-street imt! ) CV.iii]'-9trcct.. Jolm FniTiuv Manager. ]' ' ' : ? V ... 40D 22F STg]akK nml COOK, Carpenters, Builders K / Undei'tnkois, nnd Timlcr Merchants ftrposilo Onus atul Murray . A drirlikr : c, I'oril-Btrrct. . dHi 2ZS " MUD 1,0. A L. |r>n, rOITTEN may lio consulted nt th< If) "Slur" 2Iot,el| Ford Btreot, licoch vilh. ': ? I Cfi 201 ['lAUTJlKNAVAItE nnd GLASS, whole Pl t.ilc, tlio largest assortment in tlio Colo ij«!, nt .1. StamovyVW Great Eoiirke-strec' |«tj Jioll'fHiDC.' 109 27: ['1 A...

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MEETING AT THE NEW RUSH, SIX MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 April 1857

.MEETING AT TKK NEW RUSH, SIX MILE. MR 'WOOD met the electors of this locality on the evening of Satuvdny last, at the Argyle Concert Room, which was filled by a moat attentive and enthusiastic assemblage. On the motion of Mr Lnmbert, Mr McBvily was voted into the chuir, who briefly stated the objects of the meet ing, he then introduced Mr Wood, who, on rising, was received with great applause. Mr Wood stated this would be one of the last meetings that would be held in the district. He had everywhere met with » reception quite beyond his expectations; he had received kind ness from everybody fur beyond what he deserved. It had been said that he was opposed to granting another warden ; the fact was the Government had not denied (he right of the district to another warden, all that the Govern ment had said was this, that a sum had nut hppn plncpil on the estimates for ;;nothv.'r warden, but that tile sub jcct would receive tlv ir consideration. Another subject of l.ical interest was t...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHD DAILY. MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1857. THE MAGIC LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 April 1857

TUB astir PUBLISH HO DAILY. MOXIUV, AP1UL 13, 1S57. TIN; .MA.arc LETTER. MR O'Shan-ASSY has written a letter, a lonp and affectionate qiisllc, if we may presume from its bulk and the tenderness with which it is cherished by tile Solicitor-General, to whom it is addressed. Unfortunately, however, but one individual in the district has been favored with a closer view of the contents oV this mysterious epistle, whilst the public generally, the ci of the diitvict, have only o-t- 'tifietl with frequent r^eAte.kof 'tU-' post script. ureal is the paternal kindness «nd so]icil it:on of our present political bead; deep is bis .solicitude i'.t the Welfare, the comfort, and come.nenc*' Of us poor benighted individual* in the wilds of the Oven* district. Stil! more striking and more affectionate is his tenderness towards the youngest of hi> political associates who is seel, i:ijt to ingratiate himself with the barbarous people. Is it possible that such kind ness and inch well directed .solic...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR WOOD AT THE THREE-MILE. [COMUUNICATRD.] [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 April 1857

MR WOOD AT Til 13 TUKKE-MILE. [COMUUNIOATKD.] A MEETING of tho electors of tho Ono, livo, and Thro'j Milo was held on Saturday last nt noon, at tho Star Hotel, Three Milo, to lioar Mr Wood expound his political senti ment*. A goodly number of miners wero present, considering tho inconvenient liournl which tho meoting was called. Mr Morris was voted to the chair. 'l'he Chairman, in tho most appropriate manner, introduced Mr Wood to the meeting Mr Wood, on rising, was received with ap plause, lid apologised t} tho mooting for caH ing thorn together nt such an inconvenient hour. Ho thon adverted to the attacks which had been made upon him by tho news i n iers, and expressed himsolf favorable to any fe.isibic plan for facilitating tho discovory of now gold fields Ho denied tho accusations of his opponent (Mr Kelly) of having hired mobs to attend him at all his moetings, mid of having promised porsons wardonshipa, sub-waidonships, and placos in tho custom house. Ho slated that tho ono mi...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

5*0 THIS ELECTOltS OF THE DISTKIUT OF THli OVENS. i' 2Cth Mnrch, 18.r>7, 21 Temple Court. <""1 ENTLEMEN,-As the suggestion of my JT coming forward aa a candidate for the CproFontation of your district, has emanated from sumo of your own body, ami my name has been mentioned in your'journal* 'without .»y previous r.-jovoinnit on my part, I veuturo ftlthou^Q non-resident, to (solicit your suf frages* As yo\i arc aware, I eomo betoro you as a tQcmbcr of tho present Ministry. I refused tho offlco which 1 have now the li mor lo fill, When it wa« oftered me by the lata Govern ment, because I disapproved of their policy. I have accepted it at tho hands of Mr O Sha Dnssy, because I believe him to bo a man of tho people, who has risen to power by advo cating their rights, and who is pledged to ad* trance tho liberal cause. But I do not a-!; you to becnino tho parti sans of tho m w Ministry.^ They desire merely a fair trial. They wish to b*> judged by tho measures they.will br...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE ORENS AND MURRAY ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1857. THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

TIlU £Ttfbei1iser. V U B L I S II K D DAILY. TUESDAY, AP1UL 14, 1B57. T1IE KLKUriON. ' . cribis 'o' 'lle-conteBt has arrived, net will be tcruiiii"1*-'1' within, twelve .jurs :U'ter the publication oi _ this jour- . d. To-day is the poding day, ailf' !lt mr o'clock in the afternoon the electC''1" ! !' the district will have voted for tile olu'itur-Getieral, or for Mr Kelly, as ic cast* tn.iv l>f, and ihough the decla iti'-.n of the poll will not take place sitil Thursday at nuon, hy this evening be able to judge with some de '?fof .u."'U'"ncy, which of the two indidate's 'win ^ tht sitlin° mcm ?r. . . Since the contest commence.- jvf.navc lvocat> d the chiims of Mr Kelly lo ? e snllYages of the electors, believing in to be in every respect worthy of le tru-t of representing the district, is political principles are liberal and t'Oiinsstve in accordance with the . 'liiocratic age in which we live. On ic two great questions of the day, viz. e settlement of the Ciown Lands and c ...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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FIVE DAYS' LATER NEWS FROM ENGLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

FIVE DAVS' LATER NEWS ntoM E NGLA N D. IJY tlic-' arrival of the Anne Hoyden we have received English payers to the iiOth of January, from which we make the following extracts : - The Abbe Verger, the assassin of the Archbishop of Paris, had been found guilty und sentenced to death. Three days were allowed Ilim to appeal to the Court of Cassation. The Paris correspondent of the Thins, writing under tlate of the lllth, lias the following relulivo to the case of Ver ger PuUic opinion has seldom, if ever, expressed itself more uiiaiiiuiyusly oi> .-'i'''111" '',e verdict of the Lnjfhi: ense of Verier, mid his con ,|rn',/i(i» t» the extreme penally of ||,(, ]iiivi ln'(!ii received v»iili iipprol)!. jj',,1,/ which 1 li.-ivc not heard one voice. Hi< Jiinl/iciiiiis iivowiil pf [/crime, Iih prlcifyin;^ in it, his out. ic-juTfttiioiit (luring tin; t , in the court «iid wit nrodiiced n umvcrs.'il feeiiiiir of . ;uki << '1'i'or. Mo evidently in jjtl H> fxc...

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THE ELECTION. MR WOOD IN BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

THE ELECTION. Mil WOOD IN IJEECHWOIITH. Thk Solicilor-Genernl met the clcctors of Bjccliworth for the second time «1«. ring tlie cont 'Rt, nt the Star Theatre, last night, when every nook nnd corner of the house was filled. Mr C. Wil liams occupied the chair. Mr Wood, who wii9 well received, commenced his speech with the re marU that the theatre would shortly be required for a theatrical performance, and that ho must therefore be brief, lie thought that the clcctors must have had enough of the performance of '* the rivals," but that was to be one of his last appearances, and he hoped he should have Ilia benefit tomorrow (this day) (laughter nnd cheers.) The meeting had become necessary in con sequence of certain imputations which had been thrown out against him by liis opponent and the local papers, nnd which it was necessary lie should nnswer. Certain misstatements and misreports of the press, he had already publicly corrected before the elector!", hut it was now alleged against hi...

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LOCAL COURT. Monday, April 13, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

LOCAL OOUIIT. Monday, April 1.% 1857. Present-J. S. Morphy, Esq., Clinir nimi, Messrs It. Smyth, G. Smith, Donald, Parker, Gritlin, Kennedy, ami Henderson. The minutes of the last meeting were rend nnil confirmed. The first ease on the cause list was for in rmtPKHiso WITH A surri.Y OK WATKK, NINU-MILK. .1 amcs Boylo v. A-Kay, a Chinaman, It appeared from the evidence that ubont five weeks since the defendant cut complainant's race, and turned the water into his own dim. Complainant cautioned him, hut defendant said that he would keep the water until the ease was brought before the Local Court, Complainant subsequently served de fendant with a notice to desist from using the water, in presence of a police man, but he still persisted in taking the water. Defendant claimed the water by pur chase from one Prendergast. He ad mitted having diverted the water, but pleaded justification. The Court decided that the interfe rence had been proved, and fined the dvfendant £1, and ordered liitn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

CLEARING SALE. "WITHOUT RESERVE. J. H. GRAY & CO, 'ILL SELL at tlioir Auotion Matt' vv Kurd street, THURSDAY, llint APRIL, 1857, C Tons beat flour 10 Ditto ditto, slightly damaged 17 Cnaka liuttor, about 2000 lua 14 Ditto dried apple* Also, Tho remains of a largo etook of GROCERIES, DRAPERY, HARDWARE, SLOPS, tea. After which the Criterion Storo, Soba»topol Flat, 20 x 30, with counters nud shelying oonipleto. TERMS-CASH. S<1 Sj35 FARM TO LET. ON Clouring Louse, Thirty Acres exoollent Agricultural Laml, ailunto nt Tnrni'I ; wlTHTPO-ViHitn (waI-vi niil-iii nF Hnni'luPgLU. S, I) main Molbonrno be Hoad. Th? Inntl is of firet rnto quality. lightly timbered, una cnpablo of raising any kind of crop. Apply to J. H. GRAY & Co., 840 Becohwortli. In tbo Trust Estate of George Dunn, Reiri's Creelc. J. II. GRAY & Co., ABE imitructed l>y the Trustees in tho ubovo estate, To Soil by Public Auction, On FXUDAY NEXT, April 17tb, 1857, at Eloven O'Clock Sharp, TIIK...

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RESIGNED. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

llliSIONKI). A letter was rend from lUr E. B. Chandler, resigning liia seat in the Local Court. Accepted. The Clerk of the Court was instructed to issue the requisite notice for the election of a new member.

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UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

UNtTIdD STATUS. IIv the Whirlwind we have received Nc.v Vurk papers to the 20ili January. .A terrific snowst»rm has taken place in that city, and the journals arc very cir ciiiiutuntial in tluir narrative of the event and its consequence.-;. \Yc subjoin a lew of the details given by the Herald ol the 20th : " The appearance of the dccks yes terday 011 either side of the city watt the most Arctic imaginable. South and West streets were almost entirely de scried, and (here one or two men might lie seen standing nt the door of a liquor store, and stating at tlie solitary passer by, as though questioning his right to be out in such weather. Dogs, which generally have business in tiiu neigh boring docks, stayed at home yestenhy, and but few horses were seen fulfilling their destiny. The shipping was frozen in and immovable. The snow had drifted into the docks and piled itself against the vessels' sides ; the decks were covered, the spars and rigging thickly frosted, and not a being ap pe...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 13, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

ruucis COURT. Tuesday, April K3, 1 tli7 Uefore Matthew l'lice, Esq., i'..\l. ASSAUI.T. .lames Irving WHS charged with iis« smilting u German ixt Chinaman's Kl.it, iu January last. It waa a trivial charge wit clearly supported by the evidence. His worship discharged the defen dant, I.AIII:I:nt. John Holmes, out on bail, appeared to answer the charge of stealing a bo'lle of Old Tom trom the Alma Hotel, Two Mile. The beueh considered that the evi dence in this case was not conclusive, but in discharging Holmes, Mr Price read him a severe lessun on his habitual (Irunkeness, and directed the police to lod^e a com|ilaint against any pulilicaii found tupplyiiig llolmes witn diink when in a state of intoxication. A WIFK UKATKIl. John lJreeu, miner, of the Woolshed, wus deservedly sentenced to fourteen days imprisonment for shamefully Musing his wife, a respectable looking young woman who appeared in court with a severe bl.icli eye. TOO VAST. Alanson Curtis was brought up on this charge by C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

*??> ..c.'illh Apnl; . c, . Queeu Victoria, ! . l; ' . n(_lo San n, curly; Vnti .'i , Sardinian, let May ; Jumon .:i .u April. |t. . in:.- Tlugnnv Tivnin, Rirlj. : i No. .'ISO >1 (HIE. - lititnlutiin, Wild :t; Wnu\ i\\i!_v. r i'oi. <'ai,l\o- -. M'Leml, CoUimMn, early, t : on IIono Ku. - A UK'ev, Cornwall, oirly. ' t\ill lioMDAT Vll l'msr DR UAI.LK'.. - Gipsy 'l, l':i !,.. im!y.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

"T YnoT/1 ri, TinMiiith, High ntrret, A . Jlcocliwortb. near 6i i.ii.in", immi"'. 11,1,1 ovl''>' lmd:ct.', w1.O1CM.1O, W«rr.u.U,l .E & CO., (I.-'UCIM! A McrolinutH, Cntiip Btrocl, Uscel-,worth, MdntA'''!""111- .. . .U,r -:U* ANK OF NEWSOUTII WALES, Ford I street, Hcceh\vorth. i>. 22a Tn^FVl<;TOUIA, Funl-strect mid ' r.inin-Dtant. Jolm Furrun, M«nf»;cr. I w 1 ifto oon I I c '409'223 COOK, Cnrpunters, Builders, I ' Undertakers, mid Tiinl.cr Slerchnuln, .Troorito Onus and Murruy AdrcilUcr Jgtt.nl.streot. 6M 223 ? ME 1) I C A I,. , Ti PONTEN may bo consulted at tlio ' SUr" Hotel, Ford Btioot, Bcccli 185 202 E G D worth. AUTlIENWAllli and GLASS, whole ante, fko largont nsaortraent in the Colo nics itt J. Stanway's, 175 Great Boiuko-strcol e««t| Mnlliourno. 100 272 p AUIIOTT and CO., WliolcBiilo Mer HJ , chants, l'urd Btroot, 2G2 272 | S. G. Fogg and Co., K N K R A L IRONMONGERS, l'ord ntreot, Ilooohworth. 88 227 H' kykemann, WEST AND CO., I General Jlorclimitfj, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

. NOTICE TO CoiM;KSlH)Nl">KNTS. notice wiuitewr caa to of anony . >. 'ims roMitruni-'ntiona. 5|?k]i communication* for tho K.lkor should^ ' \c M'UIrv.-yed to him s\t tho Ovixs ANI> [5 ? ?. :?'! \Y Anvt'KTisKK Oflice, Pord-ftreet. ; lueclnvoith. i :'A A'oij'Ntamy.-Your letter ehull ap|uv.r to NOTICE. LL PERSONS indebted to CLAIII A Co., Into Proprietors of tliia Journal, Voqueated to pay their respective necomit3 11-tliwith, otliorwipo measures -will bo tnken onforoo pnymrnt.

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TOWN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 14 April 1857

TOWN TALK. NOTWITHSTANDING all that lias been said to the'Jcontrary, Mr Darbyshire has not resigned office ns railway engi neer, mul so fur from doing so, has un dertaken additional responsible duties under the present Government. For some days lie lias been appointed De puty Surveyor-General, or in other words,]) the professional head of the department over which Mr Gavati .Dully rules politically. Nothing hai as vet been made public of the result of the inquiry into Mr Woolley's ca«e, but a relative of Mr D lily's has been appointed his locum Ivncns, Yesterday, at one p.m., a fire broke out at the corner of Gertrude and Brunswick streets, on premises occu pied by MrM'Gregor ns the Rob lloy hotel, and by Messrs Kidney, Brothers, merchants. The (ire occurred in the rear of the buildings, and began in a carpenter's shops, Tho fire WII* extin guished by the Collingwood Fire liri gaile engines Nos. 1 and 2, and great credit is due to Mr Superintendent l.)alton for the promptitude with ...

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