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THK GREAT BUSH FIRE ON THE LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

THK GUIJAT HI'SH KIRK oy THE I.OODo.V Un rtmrsiliiy );,st, t|lc KStli, " Inn keeper, i.o:.n, out of hreuth with running, appeared at Mr AT.»osit'a liend s'at.m, imparting the intelligence that tile J,ml<J<jn Plains were on tire The vlltct of such informntioii on every one was alarming as all felt the evil an[l danger to life and property-toeing the plains were, owing to the very wet weather, covered with nn extraordinary quantity of grass-Ion- rank, and ,irv «a tinder. Much dejifiiils oil |ir multi tude of action. All Hand:! on the JJI.ic? (fortunately iiufiitrnus. leathering the i-r.>|if,) were to^-th^r in a twiukiinj, un.t ttuivtil iiwiiv in :i Sjir n^ cart alum; willi a Ihi^c k«(5 uf ;.;ul Mime but tlr- '.t groa', tu renovate muscular /'OW-.T ixh.ui-tcd m ti^luii'jj tin- tin-. Tmvi; fiic* art' i xtin-rui^ht.-d with (ijoiU uf iv.iter-hiwh lines '.. ith Mow- /'rom ;;ieen 1 T.iii'jhc-. A sii/jd; of 1111-111 Was pro ;ui witwim-, ili go-<l iT-niid b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

PAN'ORA-MA. OP THE RUSSIA-N "WAR. r|Mll3 above Panorama ia rioiv tor fa)o, (iu I eons qnonou of the owner leaving for Sydney), toother with tho Model of Sebna t*«poi, and l-»0 CU»h. Prico £25-coat £130, Oti view at Fiahor's Commercial hotel, llccch wo th. 9ttf 150 " For want of timely euro, millions have ilietl of im?dieabIo ivonwltf. nil. L. L. SMITH'S Vegotublo Pille. These Pills euro Bilioim complaints Pains in tho TTond Diseases of tho Stem* Lowncss of Spirits ach and Howelo Rick Headache Scurvy Gravel Cos\\vonv,8» Heartburn , Flatulence j Giddiness [ PurnoaR of *ti intemperate habit will And '? grout relief from thesa pills, [ As a female pill they stand unrivalled. Prepared only in boxes, at 2a (Id, 6a and 10s, by Dr. LOuIS SMITH, Surgeon, L.S.A., and Member of tho Medical Hoard of Victo ria, only at 3.07, Great JJourke street, east, Melbourne. To bo obtained from all reRpoctnblo chomistH in Melbourno, and from tho following , AGKNTS:- I Nouth Mklbournu-tfewira. Atkins Bro the...

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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. January, 2, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

ESCORT TO MKT.BOURNK. Jnimnry, 2, 1857. OZS. dWtS. From Be&chworth. .7,328 in and £4,294 Bucklund.... OS 0 '200 "VYoolsbed ... 272 10 Total ... 8,10!) (> £4,404 To Berchworth, or.s. tlwttf. . From Yachandandah 0 0 and £ Bucklund .... .. 2iM 10 Woolsbed .. 219 10 Total -(40 0 Th# 128cort Heceipts representing the par cels sent from tho several Gold Offices, «H above are numbered ns under, viz. - Vrom To Bcechworth 7,000 7,f>54 Buekland 00(5 607 "Wooltshcd Thu next Government Escort will leav Beechwnrth on Friday, January 10. Parcels to h<? transmitted thereby will received at the- Gold Office until 2 o'clock p.m. of the preceding day. The collodions on account of "Revenue for Miners' Uightu, Business Licenses, and Chinese Tickers, for tho -week ending the 27th Dec., amount to £174 10 from all the gold Held* of this district. The deposits in the Gold Ofiice, Hccch worth, on the 27th xtlt., were - Gold, 17»G71 ounces, 0 dwts; and Cash, £0,003 nhcwing a decrease...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

I'AKJJ AMK.Vi'. In the Le^i>i;itive Council on UVdne tliiy, Mr. Mitchell explained tli u tin.* protracted di-eusMon-* ? ;i tin* reeep'ion of petitions in the Assembly on Tues day had prevented hi> receiving auv reply to tin; nK'si.i; : entru-rt-.-d to hiir, until al'ler the IJO;u-c Ir.i.i ritvu, when he considered hii functions ;;-5 nus^n <^er had C'^isi'd, Mr Allan upon tlii gave notice of :i initio;] census in;: tin j As^tniijJy ior it.* u'iuu of emsru--v( imt j Mv Mitein-ii expje--tnl ItiiiiM.-.f I'litiivlv I ri.itis/ied ti:..t the c-ui-r-, which kept j Ivin -t) ion^ at thr b.ir of he j lower linage, v.civ i,,,euit!ia' ed i\j j any int<'ntio:;:d disiopn-t. It h';:* ;,r- ] ranged that the addiv^s which v>v> j ori^in;illy intended to ha.e been h' joint one, i-honld he piese.aed bv u<-* I Couui'ii in ;i body at the k-vee this . day. Mr MCuuibie moved that the peti j uuu tVom Or John 0. Lain# uji behult j of the two convicts Lang and Drake...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

NO TICK TO CORRKSl'OXDKNTS No notieo whatever can l»e taken ol' anony mous eommuuicatioiiti. All communications for the Editor nhouh* bo addressed to him ut tho Ovuxs and ilouiiAY Advkutisuu Otllce, Ford-street, Becchworth. \VOOl SAL KS. r^SjlK Undcrai^ufd be- to inform Settled J. aiu! others tUut they are I'trcpiireil to receive WooU for t*ly or .'hipmeut. Weekly sale* of Wool, Sbeu^ki», Hid.--, Tallow uill be b«0d ?uvry Thuiv<!r.y tM- ?- -.. ... -i tii-* v*!. - :>.-* 'i ' ; >«Mw ». ..' .>.....; nr.'* !.'...' '/!'.. s .le, .:i r »!* .? * . <..?;...*'i-l'- *h-^ r'1- ." : ''.?us.. : t c.1: .; f C'-vn | | <1. CLuVVH tV. 0</. ; ,;^utO C. *!,dJ. i'r.'.v .' ' V,'u! 'ir'-k-fi. MsiUar,.-.-. 0*0 15v j A .UlT*IN ESS DIUK CTORY for tUe Ovens Gold Fields, U now in the pros*, and will bo published in a few weeks. It will contain a complete list of all parties oiii;:u;ed in busine-s, within the limits of t!io district; includi.i^ UPPER AX1) LO...

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THE GOVERNOR'S FIRST LEVEE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

THE GOVERNOR'S FIRST LEVEE. His Excellency Sir Henry BarklyV first levee took place on Thursday in the Exhibition Building. A guard of honor was drawn up in front of tile building nnd his Excellency arrived at hal-past twelve o'clock. His Kxcrl lency occupied a position at the western end of the building, where a dais had been erected for his wecommodation. but no decoration!" bad been made on the occasion. Immediatelv on Ins arri val his Excellency received the Speaker and member* of the House of Assembly ? His Excellency was attended nt the time by Major-General Maenrthur and tlie other officers nfthe Executivef'oun cil, his priva'c secretary and aid-de camp. Colonel Anderson, Captain An derson. and the French, American, and Danish Consuls. The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly having read the address which had been ncreed nn, his Excellency reed the following reply Mr. Speaker nnd Gentlemen of the Legis I roceivo with much plensiiio tlio nsaumnce of your ufloetiou nn&lt...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

Dl«klt{ (BaUtto. £nturd&y Sunuuy ... Monday ... Tuesday <.. Wednesday Thursday . Vridav

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THE OLD AND NEW YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

TIIJ-: OI.D AND XKW YKAUS. THE birthdays <>t' individuals. when , they have once passed the during which '? tVom liour to hnir we ripe nnd i ripe," nre apt to become anniversaries j of n kind changing from gay to gr**e j nnd from grave to melancholy. Whe ther, na some contend, the life of na tions is subject to such laws of growth ami decay, or not, there is at least never any oppressing sense of inevita ble decadence to weigh upon the spirit [ ill the contemplation of national anni versaries, and in a flourishing young country like this, wheie every year witnesses large material progress, New Year's Day brings with it 10 the chro nicler of public affairs lew reflections that are not of u pleasant kind. The past year of Victorian history has in most respects been peculiarly satisfactory. The large balance of debt against this colony contracted during the first years of tile gold disc >veries>. has been tnrni d, and now the .bid met is considerably in our lavor, I...

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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1857. DISCOVERY OF A NEW GOLD FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

THE Sltibtrttsfr. PUBLISHED DAILY. -Moxdav, januahy u, im. DISCOVERY OF A XENV GOLD FIELD. AT a late hour last night, reliub'e in* ! lormation renched tilt's office of the discovery of a new gold field, of a rich ami extensive character. From the itn perfect p.uticulurs we have been eimbl.d to gather, it appears that a small pns pecting party has been at woik abon nine miles beyond the Nine Mile Creek, and in the direction of the Yiichandun. dih, who have met with great success. At a depth of two or three feet from the surface, gold has been obtained in consi derable quantities. It ia said to be re murkiihly coirse and iiu_;getty, nnd more like the gold from the lower dig gings than any yet discovered in thic district. Nuggets of nn ouuee to at. ounce and n half, have hcen purchased by a representative of .Mestri McLean and Nixon. Tile d.scyi'ercrs are rxpected to claim to-morrow, the extended grown mviirded in such CUM:*, together with the reward which is oll'eied. We an assured th...

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THE LAND LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

THE LAND LUAOUK. Tub people of the metropolis are pro gressing rapidly with tlie formation oi' the Victorian Land League. The pro visional committee which had been previously appointed, for the purpose of effecting .ill necessary preliminaries, i have extended their deliberaticns to a i discussion of the principles on which i the permanent settlement of the 1 ind : question should be obtained, and though ' many differences of opinion were muni J tested on point* of detail, they were j unanimous in their adoption of tbr j resolutions we have already published, j They have since held another meeting ! in town ; a further report of progrrs t I was submitted by the commi'tee, and a resolution unanimously adopted to con vene a public meeting of the inhabi tants, on as early a day as possible. They state in their report, that they have obiained promises of cordial co operation and support from many gen tlemen of known ability mul patriotism occupying prominent positions in the political a...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

- BHimtvG INTELLIGENCE. JMfci.-Decembtr U l« Jane, f -r Sydney ' Mwj Hardy, port unknown. Unveil. 11. M.% for i.omlon. Jolm Williams, f>r Tahiti. Henriot-te, for Guam. Pleiades, for CaV\ >o. rKojKCTGn nr.r\UTURFs. , Von liivr.nroot..-White Star, Stlj January; Jioval Charter (0), 15 th January. ron London.-Copenhagen, 10th January, Sydenham 2$th January; Anglesey, 21st George .Marshall. l2 1th February; Irene, in Jwunry; Walnier Castle, 1st March; ttoxtnivg (jifitlc, Austral, early; Medwny, KUh Fob. .FOR Urist >L.-Morning Star, early. Ton C,hh\ o. - I'rinco of the Seas, James Alams, early. FOR CAP.: or Good II>ve. - Ireuo, in January. . Fou AKYAU.-Viotnrv, early. lt>Na Konu - ikee'^ior. e,\tW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

B^IR ' Si? X'OTICK <'F UliMOVAI,.-Mr. H. I'.. IN Campbell, Attorney, Conveyancer, ami Proctor, lins Ho., oved Irom Ford-Ktreet to High-street, Beecliwortlv ; ami at VKNS (JA N WliK KACTOHV, on the > r main road between tho I wo unci tin cc Milo Creeks. __ lu" " () PICKKN'Sl Gap Hotel, Knckland llo.-i.A.- - Fir<t-dn« wine* and spirits. Wood Sttti.ii. |» and tirst-rate aeoon.i.i.'dation. Pi>'KK lUlUmJilV'iv hiWiKla and lie no.nl Hlack-mith, High "tret beech worth. All ordei-H punctually atton.lo<l_t°^ ^ RCltAKi, Wholesale and Kct.i.l Iron . »»*«, opposite "Oven* ... ..I Murray Advertiser" PriminB01V.ee, Void atw«V. ^ ri^lDYMAN'S Junction. Store, Spring 1 Cri ck. OronrrioM and provisions, whole sale and retail. Branch Store, ^I'l"^ ^ «hc<l. _ Gitchell & Rodgers, rpIMUKlt MKUCIIAN'IS and s£" >'"J* J Ford street. H^e^vorth. WA'sIIIXOTOX MlJltl'HV, lloclor ..( Medicine. (Dublin), Licentiate ol the Itoyal College of Surgeons Iv j...

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GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

GOLD £3 10a. Gil. To Brokers, £3 17s. Oil. BLACK SAND.-(Bii«S-o<1.) flood Sample, AM!) per ton ; inferior '3o., £43

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BEECHWORTH Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

BEKCUWOUTII "Wholesale Prices Current " £ >. d. £ s. Ittur [.or'.mi JO 0 0 to 12 0 Seconds do. :!7 no 40 0 f&lflpir-C'o.«siporo?f> 0 0 82 10 . Bright counter .. do. 03 0 0 70 0 llntiou (dark) ...do. 00 0 0 02 0 Ten- -Hlnek...per chest S 2 C> 8 7 t Green 7 0 0 ISae-l'ntiiii... per ton 33 0 0 iO 0 ? Carolina do. 60 0 0 Chndlcs - Patent - Sperm per lb. 0 1 7J 0 1 Adamantine do. 0 1 g| 0 1 Tallow do. 0 0 10 Sutter-Fresh do. 0 8 9 Cork do. 0 14 0 1 Salt Celonial do. 0 12 0 1 K?ge per doa. 0 7 0 Bncon, English...por lb. 0 18 Co. Colonial do. 0 14 Hams-English do. 0 18 0 1! American do, 0 14 0 1 Coffee do. 0 10 0 1 Snlt do. 0 0 4} 0 0 Tobacco, American, do. 0 3 0 --. Barrott's Twist...do. 0 4 0 Potatoes do. 0 0 4$ Onions do. 0 10 Dried Apples do. 0 10 Pickles, (quarts)pcrdoz. 14 0 Do....(pints) do. 0 16 0 0 IS Paimon (lib. tins) do. 1 10 0 Oysters do do. 1 10 0 Lobsters do do. 1 10 0 Sardines, qrs do. 0 13 0 8oap Colonial, per cwt. 3 17 0 4 0 Manilla Pilars, No. 2, per 100...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

MELBOURNE ASSAY OFFICE, 68, Queen Street. WE beg to iutimato that wo have made arrangements with a B:mk lo purchase geld assayed by us at juices considerably plgher than usually paid iu town. Gold Consigned to us will be remitted for on the eU/ ^ receipt for a«sav. DANBURGHY & BA1LLIE, 05 104 Smelters and Assayers. TURNER, WATCHMAKKU and JEWELLER, Opposite tho Sebustopol hotel. ALL kinds of work clone in the best tn&nner, on reasonable terms. fint quality goods always in stock. - True time taken by observation. 884 228 IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE. THOS. SMITH & CO. WOOLSHED, HAVE been favored with instructions by Mr J. Reerts, of Sebastopol, to ilia* jfcse of his STOKE & STOCK OF GOODS, At unction, without reserve, Commencing at 12 o'clock, FRIDAY, 9th JANUARY, 1857. TfcU frwi, full, end judiciously sttatcd ftfoek, comprising groceries, hardware, soft (tods, in fact, nearly every article in use upon the digging?, has box n purchaai d in Melbourne, for c...

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POLICE COURT. (Before J. S. Murphy, and Dr. Crawford) Saturday, 3rd January, 1857. LEAVING SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 5 January 1857

roi.ici: COURT. (Before .I. S. Murphy, nml Dr. Craw ford ) Saturday, 3rd January, 1857. LHUINO sKiM'ltS, John Chitty was sentenced to one month's imprisonment for unlawfully leaving his hired service. I.ARCES Y. Richard Griffiths, sentenced to six weeks imprisonment, for stealing :i p sir of trousers from a st>rc. LEAVING SERVICE   Maryann Maguire pleaded guilty to absenting herself from the service of Mr Stephen, who stated that Maryann had cost him £15 for her expenses from Melbourne, and that he had only had the benefit of her services for one month Her wages were overdrawn, and he brought the case into court for the purpose of knowing the law in such cases. He was only one of many who were victimised in the same way. Mr Mayne appeared for the defend-   ant, and stated that the Masters' and Servants' Act did not give the magis- trates power to oblige a girl to return to her service. It appears that all the Bench can do in cases of desertion - the defe...

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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE/ January, 2, 1857. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 6 January 1857

ESCORT TO MELHOU11NE. January, 2, 1857. From Beechworth. .7,S23 10 und £4,291 Buckland.,., GS 0 200 Woolshed ... 272 10 £4,494 Total... 8,ICO 0 To Bucchworth, OZS. «l\VtH. From Yachandandah 0 0 and £ Buckland 220 10 Woolshod 219 10 Total 440 0 Th® Escort Kcceipta representing the par cels sent from the several Gold OlUces, as above are numbered as under, viz. - From To Beechworth 7,009 7,054 Buckland (J00 o'OT Woolahed The next Government Escort will leave ®e£Cbtt'QIth_cm Friday, January 10. Parcels to be transmitted thereby will oe received at the Gold Office until 2 o'clock p.m. of the preceding day. The collections on account of Revenue for Miners* Rights, Business Licenses, and Chinese Tickets, for the week ending the 27th Dec., amount to £174 10 from all »h« cold fields of this district. Brtad/ori, jasav - Brown, Wra Brown, D Brown, A Brown, J R Brown, C H Bryant, Sarah Ann Bijrde Thoa Ball, Thos Burden. Ralph Burns, "VTm . Burka, Miss .Busch, Peter 'Busell, Heny Byrac, J . C C...

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PENAL DISCIPLINE. NARRATIVG OF PARTICULAR EVENTS. (Continued.) Statement of CHARLES JENKINS, lately on board the hulk President. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 6 January 1857

I'ENAL DISCIPLINE. NARRATIVG OF I'AiiTiour,\u EVENTS. (Continued.) Statement of CIIAIU.KS .TBNKINS, lately on board the hulk President. On the 12th of December, 1856', I was convicted at Cas-lemainc for a vio« lent a-ssuilt, and sentenced to one year's hard labor on the roads, by his honor .fudge Williams. I hid my op- | lion to work my time at Castlemaine, I and was tol.l that, if I behaved well, thr e months o1 my time would be de ducted. I was also told that I might work ut my trade, that of a joiner. I preierietl to work in Melbourne, as I w.is known about Castlemaine, and was sent do.vn to Melbourne gaol, where 1 broke stones. I, witu four others, slept in one cell ; and one morning a young rn ill made a complaint that a prisoner named Currant had made an indecent ass-iult upon him. lie mentioned this to me first, and I advice:! him to com plain to th'.- authorities This he did. The prisoner had me called in evidence. I stated that I had not heard nor seen anything concerning t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 6 January 1857

rs iHE Vn«Wr.-g:.ri to Settlers 1 i.aa wili'-r--. tbat jUxtif rev. w rvCfcivo Wools for talc or sacav. Veellv *U** of Wool"; Sh.«!''*,"'. \V"1 '. . .till I C keld «v«ry ll»un,'t#.v -r;{ U» wool, iiu be well. ,'nc;nt ti^t Were ordri >L\ a utioii of-the value ni;-.v v" ^uil pne* uluu:...J. ; '-'c'v7i _uctI; j . Luffi'' ?'.: CO. j ..ud I NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. No notice whatever can be taken of anony mous communications. All communications for the Kilitor should be addressed to him at. the Ovi:*cs AND ?>h't:t:.VY AnvFitTiSKK Oftuv, Ford-street, Jaeechworth. THE OVENS DIRECTORY. A BUSINESS DIRECTORY for tho Ovens Gold Fields. is now in tho ptv-s, and will be published in :i few weeks. It will contain a complete list of nil parties engaged in business, within the limits of tho district; including UPPER AND LOWKli WOOLSHED EI. DUIiADO AND N.U'OLEON THE MINI', THREE, TWO, & ONE MILE YAO 11 AX HAND A11 QUAHTZ UHEF AND SPRING CHEEK DIGGINGS And the TOWNSHIP OF BEECUWORTH; Ar...

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POLICE COURT. (Before J. S. Morphy, and Dr. Crawford.) Monday, January, 5, 1857. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 6 January 1857

l'OLICK CO CUT. (.lietore J. b. JMorpliy, und Dr. Craw ford.) Monday, January, 5, 1857. Dltl/NK and DISOIIDBHLV. Alexander lurnbull was charge*! with this offence, and it being the third time he ha* been brought up of lute on similar charges, the Bench sentenced him to yeven days' imprisonment. Robert Roberts was charged with be in# drunk, but as lie bad not been tlis. orderly, ho was only fined 20s. A I.UNATIC. .Fo'in McKcnna, who had been re manded for medical treatment, was brought up, and on the evidence of Dr Crawford, was again remanded for three days more. STABBING AND WOUNDING. Phillip Hriassoli, a Swiss, was brought nit in custody by Constable Murphy, of the Sebastopol camp, charged with hai'ii.jr, early 011 the morning of the -itli instant, stubbed one Patrick Tewey, at Sebastopol. The prisoner could not speak linglish, but Constable Murphy, who speaks Italian fluently,acted as in terpreter to the prisoner, of his own evidence and that of I)r Crawford, who suited that be a...

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