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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

iW Ac!iv",!o^ -t,ic «*«. WASHING, WASHING taken in .. " , , -M'l'ly Mi* French, - Cornwall llonse; ' ?' "? - ' 1 Loch Street. Entertainment for the JffilTTon. v. M1&, n. STAR .."'TlfiATRI!.' Grand Knt-rlaiunioiit to-night tiuloiy of' .. t.llc'ilt. Mil mill MKS'PiJNDT.*w* ...".. admired dn»'- . and oomio - .ON, 111 tlioir on *' lu rull coatumo, lncnl «»»lcs, &c. Mi- Penjblcton . ...iroo tambourm.f. Admission one Shilling. Dowa open at hnlf-past 7- vvnmeuco at S. .231 238 N ]fi W^ C iTl ! ! IP anybody wants a altering friend, go tO lilt! ... BRITANNIA IIOTEL, UPPER WOOLSED. C1UWDED HOUSE EVEUY NIGHT CONGE RT, MONDAYS, VKl>NESDAYi>, AND SATURDAYS. BALL EVERY E VEXING. MR HAMMOND, MR BENNER, MR HURST, "Will Sing soino NEW COMIC SONUS. ADMISSION FREE. ; . ? ? 251 SIP. NATIONAL EDUCATION. rr^HE Commissioners of National -Editpn X tion lioroby notify that tliuir TRAINING ESTABLISHMENT WILL ilB ' v£t3-OPSNBD ;hird Coutf«.ofTniiiiing ou . 1ST MAY Evoiy information may b...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

CLEARING SALE. WITHOUT RESERVE, .T; IT. GRAY & co. WILL SELL nt. their Auction Mr.rt, Ford street, TIIURSDAY, ICtii APRIL, 18G7, 5 Tons best flour 10 Ditto ditto, slightly damaged 17 Casks lmttcr, nbout 2000 11m 11 Ditto dried npples Also, Tho remains of n ltirgo stock of GROCERIES, DRAPERY, HARDWARE, . SLOl'S, &a. Aftor which tlio Junction Storo, Sobnstopol Flat, 20 x 30, with counters mid shoVing completo. TERMS-CAS IT. 311 235 LOU.fiHIi IN' S COMMERCIAL STORES, Spring Crook nnd Chinaman's'Fiat. EVERY description of GROCERY, DRA PERY, nnd IRONMONGERY, of tho best quality, always ON SALE. Bank Prlco rcivon for Oold nt LOUGUILIN'S' COMMERCIAL STORES. .119 257 -Board & Lodgings, 35s. per week. AT THE " VICTORIA" Dining Rooms inoii sTiuwr. Opposito Whilo'B "Allied Arms" Ilotol. Light Airy liodrooniB - Liberal Tablo Civility and Attention. Meals at nil Incurs. Good Beds. Uroukfasb, 2s. ; Dinner, 2h. Gd.; Tea, 2s, 13cst accommodation in tho district. W. T. SOULHY...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. April 10th, 1857. [?]zs. dwts. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

KSCOKT TO MKLBO'OllNU. April 10th, 1657. .28. thvts. From Heechworth.. 0 <md£6792 ' Oa Bucklund..., 50 0 200 Woolahed . 682 Total ...13,190 0 £5892 0B To 13 etch worth, ors. dwts. Frsm Yachandandtih 10f>9 0 ^tiicklnnd 12S9 0y'" 1 Woolahod . ....X«^.i*-rRW:^48 « Tiu> Escort Rrcrfjireaenting the par cels Mont from tKrfal Gold Offices, as above are nuwHi* under, viz* - 1 From To y 3$oc<vn 7»fl00 7,f>6S . . . , .Btici 010 620 wJhed 56 - 58 The collections on account of Revenue for ..timers' Rights, Business Licenses, and .Chinese Tickets, for the week eudiug the -4th April, uuiouut to £132 Oa, from nil the gold tields of this district. Tho next Government Escort will leave lieeohworth on Friday, April 24. "Parcels to be transmitted thereby will bo received at the Gold Oilico until 2 o'clock p.m. of the preceding day. The deposits in tlm Gold Office, Beech xvorth, on 4th April, wore - Gold, 13,532 ounces, 0 dwts; and Cash, £14,44 shewing a dojre.vw in the a...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. Wednesday, April 14, 1857. Before Matthew Price, Esq., P.M. DRUNKANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

PJU'.U COUliT. WedroMlay, April 1!, I{757 Before Matthew Price, Ksti., P.M. J>l:UNKAU!)S. Win, Clarke ami John Mnloiie fined 10i. each for this (lcn;i'ailin i'dlCC. VAGUS. D. Agiiciv v Miclmtl IMiirjihy. Settlcil out of (loiirt. D. Agneu' v John Gilmour. Seltleil out of Court. Civnies Rnc'rtwell v, Gcor ;e Smith, This \v.T» 11 demand lov £3 12/yl making wwcio'.V at p.-r pair. I His Win-ship Siii'V that ai it I pierr wrtr): the in.-'l"'r wis '> .vmkI j jurisdiction, nnd relVP'cd the plaimjff I to tin' County (Vnrl. j jjihi'i* ri'.o 0 *?' A "(1IISE', A. (lining, a Chinaman, that John Vonartz, ;i German, illc;;,!;. tlotniicul a hr-r":1, tV- .r«p<.-;'y i-i' iv. planum!. ^ The dolVin'.ant. stale.1 that lie till! linm- lit a pound xale ,-,t rnlta on the 1st April, 11ml proilncC[| tin; receipt. Tin; Gnu-He was referred to «ui(J jj,e statement verified. His Worship dismissed the 0,!f explaining to the complsunnnt that he hnd m> alternative hut to apply nt i)ic Treasury f...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

NO110K TO CORUtiSPONDKNTS. No notic« whatever can be taken of anouj . Juon-i cnmtnnni<>M:ionH. #^r'! i<;n.:mtmcali.'n;s for tlio Editor nltonM g );«» a-MiL^etl t.?> liim ut tho Ove.^3 ANJ Muukay Anvi:!vmui; Ottic-.', Ford-.strew. .PERSON hi^-Med to Clauu A /V i*o., lata Prm-rii-toi.^ of this Journal, t»r\? rcNiae-tod to pay {in ir -c.-iK'ctivo account? .orthvath, otherwise uii-a^uro-i will lu taken »H> enfiMi '? payment. IA PS OF THK TOWNSHIP. /"".jOVIK^ <>f th'* G .vorntn.-nt Map of tin ^ 1 To.-'ii-liip ol" JV-itehwiTtli, lithogritphe'i i' il i' Survo)oi'-<Jtuur;d'.i (>;!';«, can now l> i.>jil u( MESSRS WARREy & CO., At tiie oflk'i) of the " Ovens and Murray Advertiser," Fords PRICE 3 Snn.Lisos. KOBSCUIBEUS to, uu.l Puic.U»ser3 of tlio )VENX DiiuiciditY, can obtain a copy gratis u applicatisa at tlio above (.'ili'.e,

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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WESLEYAN TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

WKSLKYAN 'l'KA MKETIXO. Ox Monday evening last a tea tnaeling !n aid of Use funds for the new chapel in Ford street, took p'ace at the Wes leyaii Schoolroom, liivclnvorih, where a lar^e number of ladies ;m<l gentle men, and a f.iir sprinkling of 111e lining generation i.s'-embli d to discuss tin; good thin^= of this lift. Everything was provided in plenitude, and gratu itously, by the ladies of the Yi'e^leyan congregation. 1 lie greatest lm mony prevailed, and every one seemed to be in a happy humor. After tea the company adjourned to the new chapel, and were joined by many more. The new building, which Js a plain, neat, well-finished and com Vmodious structure-quite in keeping wiih the primitive simplicity ot' stylo :iiyl tt!K.istcnt«ti<ft!5 pr6ccp{»'JoP.plain John ' Wesley-was well filled. The Initios, who arc nlwitys an rsstnlial ele ment on snieh occasions, occupied n full -share of the space. mid of cJursc added greatly to the relief ami interesting ap pea...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1857. THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

TUB ©vcsa# fttsii jH3$ivraj> ^Dlicvtf'scr. V U IU, I S II K 1) J) A I h Y. WKOXK.SHAY, AI'UII. IR., ISR.7. THE ELECTION". I'hh contest has terminated, and the Solicitor-General is virtually member ' tor the Ovens district. 'w'' , "| I we write the return' " " .i*'IT M ! , <rom the Wlidlo et | "->* r'ftci'*" h;Ut Hot reached j ' ..^n'vortii, but even if the whole of; tiio . lectors on the roll at those places poll for Mr Kelly, they can otilv reduce the minority in which ho has been placed in other localities. The defeat, we must acknowledge is complete ntul overwhelming so far as the number of votes polled is concerned. Had the electoral roll been complete, and all those who are entitled to claim a vote been put upon it the result might perhaps have been different. Rut we ire bound to accept it as a declaration of tile public in favor of Mr O'Sha* nassy nnd his colleagues, and from what we experienced yesterday wo are prepared now to believe it' the notorious Poster...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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TASMANIA. ANOTHER SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

TASMANIA, rVTHKll SCENE. ! Wh have IIobnrt Tj'vn papers to the fltli. The seceding . members of the j Legislative Assembly held n meeting on Saturday Inst, to determine upon the coiirse to be pursued, but the result of their deliberations has not been made public. l'robably it may be inferred from the following extract from an arti cle in the Mercury: " We cm perceive but one course to be pursued by the House of Assembly jn the present degraded juncture. Its members must, for the sake of the colony "t lar?e, forget for n while the indignity which now attaches to a seat in the house, nnd by n unnnimous ex pression of opinion declare that they have 110 confidence in the present ad ministration. All minor differences .s'ifmid be merged in the one desire to vindicate the honor of the country, to remedy the wrongs that nre past, and to ensure the prosperity of the future. 'J his can be achieved by united action nlone. The Council owes the adoption of this course to its own outraged dig;-...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE MURRAY AND THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

THE HURRA.Y AND TUE TAIUF1\ BUT once during contest for the representation oft ^le ()veng district in the Asso!^'"iy ),.1S nny reference been made ,o the desirability of opening up r.',iO navigation of the great highway between three of the Australian Colonies. It was at the Yachandnndah, if we are not mistaken, thn^^e S^ci^r-^neral m reply I'- a ques, J .v. ~. ouector> , ^$icdJ^ftJr^®nHM(tting to remove~"~tfie physical impediments to the mvigntiuii of the Murray ; and further, that in order to arrive ut a uniform tariff for '.he three colonics, it would be his wish to promote their federal union 115speedily is possible. Perhaps the Sol'citor-Ge neral is not aware how directly and pointedly this question affects the ma terial welfare of the inhabitants of the vicinity, while it is certain that the in habitants themselves are too prone to overlook its importance and to slight ' 1 he evils which result from the main. (linence of the plan of action decided ,,jyin by our own Governme...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Original Correspondence. STATE AID TO RELIGION. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

pijjiratl ©omspuitaca. STATE AID TO RELIGION. Uio Editor of tliO Own and Murray AdvertiseP. t)rove ?com .ion, 'licsc ficial the ccn. Si it,-With your permission 1 will now fulfil the promise made in my farmer letter, by furnishing lyoiit renders with Borne statistics to that the voluntnry system has a plishecl more for the support of re! Vmii till atftte endowments, statistics are extracted from the o report of Mr Horace Mmm, t British Government, after the last', BUS. The first table I shall give, stioivJ the increase of places .of f»r every ten years during the firsnUf of the present century. 1'xiAobs of worship and sittings the-cin contained, in Engl/md and Wales: 01' TUB ESTABLISHMENT. Years. CUapols. Sitting. 1801 ' ... 11,879 4,2H'J,8-3 1811 ... 11,444 . 4,31', 188 1821 ... 11,669 4,337 ,ifitl 1831 . ... .11,885 4,481,801 18-ii '... 12,cos 4,77.r>,m 1851 ... 14,077 1,317,015 NOT or inn mtablwumknt. Years. Churches. Sitting". 1801 .. 3,701 881,2(0 1811 .. 5,048 1,209,95a 182...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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THE ELECTION. MR WOOD AT THE STAR THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

THE KbliGTION. MR WOOD AT TUB STVR THEATRE TP Mn WOOD met a largeVoneottrsc of people Inst night at the Strr Theatre to return his thartks for the wry gratify ing position they had placei\him in the poll. Mr Kinp, of the WocUheil, on cupied the chair, and as ft biief inter val elapsdd between the assembling of the people and the appearance of Mr Wood his placc was temporarily filled hv"lug trusty and well- beloved\Hend," R'ir Mooney, who amused the audicnce with a series of jocular allusiona\o the contest, 1 \ On Mr Wood's arrival, tlmt gobtlc man was most uproariously, welcomed, and as tha meeting would no longer listen to Mr Mooiicy,.he was forced th come for nil rd and addfess them. He thanked them; from his heart for the proud position in which he had hcen that day placed, for though the whole of the returns had not yet been re ceived, they could not affect his majority. His success was a triumph to tho sovereignty of the Ticopl.' Ins opponent ' Mr Kelly. lie had already said a ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PROTECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

sHirrl;. I'lLMUUNl'li. . a' uk l.o.vt>ov.;,- C.o. nv (»otM» UVov, cwly , 3U>xbi>i-U Castle,an I Ai>.il; Dilutable, (h) early ; Queen Victoria, . trtrly. '..Tor LivEstrooL - An^lo Saxvn, o:\vW; V<nv KUjml, early ; i>;u\iuu;iti, Int Muy ; Jauie* lUincr,, 2."tli April. Von IIwkk.- -Du^iiay Trouin, K u'lt". Foil 'SinoaIoim:. - IVr.li;*. Caloilouia. ^ iVl Wave, curly. T*OK CAI.I.ao.- Ci>luini»M, early. Von Hon-u Ko\<i.-Am.vr. .vail, early. Foil Bomiuy VIA I'uiNr t,k CVmm:..-twpsy BrUlo, early.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

vUMhiuo Mirt 82 224 xviioieiiuu ui.» -|,-".,l . llnlnl._Woolulu-<l. it/r AM SOHEIjT', & 00., GonoriiY wi . JtcrohuntH, CD, Fliiidars btrort., vest Country orders promptly "-m -/ ii A lL, Accountant ami Eookkcnpor, Ms33^p^3^' Proctor, 1« «Xr.?U: S>d St Alb.uy. Proctor, 10 a t Albury. Higli-sU'Col, BooelwoitU, anu 850J223 . Vy main road botwoon tlao ^ 227 L All onlowpunctiii^y A.is« uumKor, x'ord atroet. Ailvei'twer " Printing Offlco, I o lg4 "E2 'I'MDYMAN'S Junction Storo, Spring ? Crock. Gvacci'ioK and provisions, wholo rale mill retail. Unuiclt Storo, Uppor Wool 703 28(i Gitcliell & Bodgers, rniMl!i;it MERCHANTS and Sawyers, _lMU'd Htrool, IK'Ccliwortli. 0S9 224 Accounts and Konjco Kept. rpllH undersigned is proparcd to makeup J. ;md keep tho nccomitu of Merchants, i:'"i ihri'jmid Otliors; to colloct bill/), v.iml up HunUvupt'a ostatos, aud tnuisnat nil Inn imi * couiioutod wilii tho ofllco of Acoouot nut. l'rctfetifc ud'lreiig, nt Mli. SOMEJtVILLE'S, ...

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GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

GOLD £3 ... , »?n ?M.MCrglr y~~r' <"<wffJHft'd!!^]o> a.?SKT'p £08 pertoa."v (

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BEECHWORTH Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 15 April 1857

BEECUWOliTlI Vholeaale Prices Current £ 8. (1. £ , Flour,iViklni-?V.pcr \<m D ' ". "* |:!aSt;M:;a t ? »Iv HuqAP-Co?.;"po,c....'". 70 0 0 75 n A Mght counter o\s 0 0 70 lwition 6inrk) ~ chest 0 0 <->rcou 7 0 0 Jvico Patna... per ton 37 0 0 3D 0 Carolina do. 60 8 0 Can.lies - l'atont - Sperm per lb. 0 1 8 \ Adaumntino do. 0 14 a 1 Tallow do. 0 0 'o Butter- Fresh do. 0 3 q Cwk do. 0 10 0 1 Salt Colonial 0 1 2 0 1 -r"\ doz. 0 8 0 0 9 B,.con lMgl,,l. ,b. 0 10 0 1 Do. Colony do_ Q 1 g -uglish <lo. 0 16 0 1 «,**!" d<\ 0 12 0 1 vuo SOj Cslonial . ,-do. 0 10 0 1 J . do. 0 1 6 0 1 ' - do. 0 17 0 1 ' -- do, 0 0 3 . ? American,do. 0 3 4 0 8 ".ett's Twist...do. 0 4 0 Fotutoos do. 0 0 5 0 0 Onions do. 0 0 6 Drit'd Apples do. 6 0 10 0 1 Fickles.(quarts)perdoz. 14 0 Do....(pints) do. 0 14 0 0 18 Salmon (lib. tins) do. 1 6 0 19 Oysters do do. 1 10 0 lobsters do do. 17 0 1 10 Sardines, qra do, 0 12 G Soap Colonial, per civt. 8 2 0 3 0 Manilla Cigurs, No....

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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1857. THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 16 April 1857

I THE aiitf £lt)bcrttser. I'UBI, ISHH1) DAILY. T1IUUSDAV, A1UUI, 1?, 1857. THE ELECTION. To T>AY the Upturning Officer for the listiict will make the official declara tion of the poll, and will dcclarc the | tlon. John Dcnnistmin Wood to bo I Inly elected member for the Ovens. 1'he whole of t- o returns from the virions polling places reached Beech worth yesterday, mid from the state nent printed in another column, the >olicitor-Gener«l 1ms the overwhelming: majority of three hundred and thirty votes, out of the seven hundred ?lid four which were veeorded nltoge lier. The majority, therefore, is nearly equal to one-linlf of the total number if votes polled. We admit, further th.it this total exceeds liy twij hundred I he number which, was generally sup* wsct1 \v0ul4 be recorded. But wc have some VcAdou to believe that a very con siderable portion of these votes were mly polled in consequence of the inde fatigable exertions of; the agents of the Solicitor.General," in procuring...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 16 April 1857

ENGLISH EXT1UUTS. I'JUnck Napoleon i^ave a bancpiet re r.Mitly to the general oliuer.-i in l^iri^ en^i^eci in :he war in the Jvi'-t. Neither ' in the speeches of l!ie Prince, luir I those "(* his father Jerome, of iUar.-vh:il ! Cannbert, nor ilie Duke of Mul.ikotf, | as repurietl in the Mvnitcttr,]* any niL'ii ' t'ou irni'i-j the J-a^lUh troops or I «r:-n-vaU. '1 here wort? present at the ! b.uKjtie'- nine uNieer:.; 01 {he ft-rau-r em m'i '. ' i;,V "t t!ie:n Wa'i'rloo , m.n." IViitcc Napoleon c!t HimI Ms 1 sp.'teh with this ivnrirlc-(t The im ! mens a mlvant-i^ "f tju; war> j my t with priile, is that yon have proved that Frnncc still has |lrr nrnier.' " .Aiming the weeding ]iro.-(ntt l>y M. de lUornv to his |>rj,]e 1 diamond^ of the Quern of"(Itulr I were, liitoly purchased l'i,r t|u, j. * Loudon. 'J'he Tribune stnte-i that. G,,;, married tin; I'rincefs Litvcn, lire both between ;ixiy ."l(| , years of age. A letter reroivd i" \Pw y,,^ I th -t when t;n])tniii Her Mnji's'y l...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Original Correspondence. THE QUALIFICATION CLAUSE IN THE ELECTORAL ACT. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 16 April 1857

ftipwl THE QJJA.I,It?ICATIO>T CLAUSK IN . TUB KLKCXOUAL ACT. To the Editor of tlio Ovcna and Murray Advert her. Sir,-Afl t understand tltat n doubt has been raised .whether an'elcctor, who nt the time of registration possessed two or more qualifications, but has ceased to lioltl tlie one, in respect of'which'his. name Appears on the electoral r<ill, can truly answer the third question, which' urnler the Electoral Act of I85G, may lie ptit to him nt the time he gives his vote, will yott allow me to offer a few observations on this subject, - The cose is as follows ! - " Have you now the snirte qualification you had when regis tered, or suflicicilt thereof to qualify you as an elector for the district of the Ovens?" If the question had he<5» " Have you now. the ^qualifications 111 respect of which you are registered ?" of course no one could with truth give an answer in the affirmative, if he had parted with the qualification which is mentioned in tlm roll. Bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 16 April 1857

w of thin papi WASH I N<.;. ASHING fcikon in :\rply Mm Vronch, Cuiuwall House, Loch Street. Entertainment for the Million. - V. HQS. R. STAR THEATRE. OtmkI Entertainment to*uiglit.-Galoxy of talent. Mil and MRS V^DLETON, in their ndiuircd duel*. it> full costume, lacnl tend comic Hi>ncc% ii.0, u.c. -«ii" A uiubloton on three tambourines. AJmission ono Shi'lin^. Poors open ftt half-past 7- commence at S. 2S1 23t> "STeW- R U S H ! ! IF anybody wants a missing friend, go to the URITANI\TIA HOTEL, UPPER WuOI.SED. CROWDED HOUSE EVERY _\'IaHT CONCERT, MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, AND SATURDAYS. BALL EVERY EVENING. MR HAMMOND, ; :1R BENNER, MR HURST, AVill Sing somo NEW COMIC SONGS. ADMISSION FREE. 251_2£0] NATIONAL EDUCATION. THE Commissioner;! of National Educa tion hereby notify that their TRAINING ESTABLISHMENT tyiix m; RE-OPENED For tlio Tlnvvl Course of Training on 1ST MAY NEXT. ?Every information uiay lie obtained, cither ?prrsonally or by loiter from this office. By ord...

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CANALS FOR AUSTRALIA. To the Editor of the Ovens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 16 April 1857

CANAI.S A'TJII. AU.VRA\UA. To tit Editor of the Own* and Murray Adver. tiscr. Slit :-Will you allow my occupying your columns with -a description of a method of constructing canals, and of the general principles mi which canals to be constructed can be made advan tageous to the Australian colonics, not only for the purposes of transit, but also for irrigating the lands, mid as « source of motive power for mechanical purposes, likewise us a source of water supply for the mine* and towns, and will enable those gold fluids now almost lost for want of water, to havu mi nlijindMiit supply. 1 have already mndc more than one attempt to bring this subject before the public through the medium of the Press, but without success, owing doubtless to the fact, that as I nni but a digger, it is unlikely that iriy ideas 011 subjects of national importance, can lie other than " Uto pian," and not in ..cousrquciico of any special dislike to canals or desire for an extensive railway system, on the par...

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