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PENAL DISCIPLINE. NARRATIVE OF PARTICULAR CASES. (Concluded.) Mr JAMES EDWARDS Statement. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 January 1857

I'KNAL DISCH'UNH. NAIIIUTIVK OF PAIIIKUI.AU CASES. (Cuvctiitfttl.J Mr JAMKS Kmv/ms Statement. Came down from (\<stl« nwine to «;ive his evide> it, December Illltli. ]S."i(i. I have known Kmannel G.irdien, n Mex cnn, who was sentenced to three years impri-onment fur an assault. Me was confined in the .Sacramento under Superintendent Smith. (I have seen the Superintendent drunk repeatedly. ] say the same of Chief Warden Iled ding.) The Mexican could not spe.ik Kn^Iish, and w en he wanted anything Jir used to knock at Ilia door. (Mr Willis, when superintendent, never had him punished, as lie knew liim to be insane) The Chief Warder came t> Ills cell one evening wlu-n he was knocking, and 1 heard him beating !y Gnrdiel), who was alter that chained down to four rinjs every night, lying on I is hack, and brought out to work, ill day. He showed every symptom ol insanity to the men in the ship, who felt raucli for his treatment, ile had 56 llu of irons on him, and was alway...

Publication Title: Ovens And Murray Advertiser
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POLICE COURT. Friday, January 9, 1857. (Before M[?] M[?] and B[?]e, and D. [?]) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 January 1857

I'UUCli CuriiT. Fri»!i«Y, »L'»IIUAN Y, JFS57* (BJFOIE MTS.-r- MIMJ.)N HJHI ILUUIKE,nn() D' MUF|»H\.) f)RU>K ASo OJSOUUKJILY, C\'vkf"U Wiis chai^d ujih this nffcttcp. nnii it bi-m^ tile *ei'»n \ o cision nl his* b. in^ l,r u»»ht lufoie mr H nrh, lie \tu* teifteored to tliu'e day*1 iinpii^onntent w\t\ hniM lnl>»>r. <» L\S ». i: c »> d u u .v a \v a y. James U 'j-kt*n, uhi h.ia ikhii lefon' V>e lu-ncii (m \Vt(I. ii'j-tl-ivj c larjtd »y $t'tgram N »lan «i h hem^ a runiwa. j»r^Niirr » t* ilic Ctu.w), \vha brought up g \.i, null, lor Want ui CVMleiiCf, UiS cn »r^ed. WAG'S. Hen'v Linton xj/on-r Win, Liycnrk. Pi in liT ' $L >0 fur ut the r,iU- of £;i MI* I'.iCi J!..; i.duittcil ?tf 11' ni 10 !. Tim* tli t' -'a <.*«! that b<» cn^a/jeil ilit? | ] hi,i IF >,t ;()? j.cr uii'k t..r .-i\ ui 'i t it i i h> u ,ijt r-'» n;Ii <: t '-it li> it.i s ?ito j11j !>v iJ} rc.i-.d in .£;> -t iv. ( k -JlC th..t|nn The (;) i iii.il !i ...

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GEOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 January 1857

OKUT-OOY AND GLIKJITSTLLY OOIJIJ. A vkuy interesting lecture was deli j vcrcd lust week ;it on the | above subject, by 1).' Mac.idjin. The lecturer having stated the admitted ele mentary principles of the science, lie remarked - " In Australia we luivc no rocks be longing'. to the secondary period, and the t'iict shows that tliii continent was above tlie sen when other parts of the earth were submerged beneath the 'ca ters of the ocean and receiving the se condary deposits. This continent had been up nnd down sever.il times, and might go (louii tu-morrow. lint he hoped such a catastrophe would at least be postponed w hile we had any thing to do with it. The lecturer then proceeded to touch on the chnracterUtics of .Australian ge ology, which comprised four distinct eriS. He confined himself, however, chiefly to the primary era, which in cluded the metalliferous rucks. The primary rocks, now traceable in our mountain ranges, are eruptions caused by vulcanic iifrency, they contiiin fi...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 January 1857

PA II LI AM UN l\ T"K legislative -wr'mhly met shortly iil'h-r 4 o'clock on W<?< 11»cki 1 ;iy. 1'lie report of the I'limnwire appoint ed to prepare iill address n> AJuj ». General .Macarihin, WHS brought up In Mr. J J or c an chairman, »ml adopte .. A iiies»n<;e was rece veil from lii ? Kx c lie cy the Governnr. n cninnicmliiip a volt' for rlt f fiyinj; In: ixpeii.se* o cstfililiahiiients, &c.. ilm-inr the fiirre>-1 month. Two p tition.s were presented ..lid received, ..inciiuients laid on t-o table, m.d severnl i,oners of motion fciv.IJ. I it r ply ti the question of Mr AspW nail, whetherthe lioverinnent intci (1 al to intioilnce Jiny measure Kir the regis tration of r}ii;nlz-cni.v]iinjr inacl>i:-cs mid t eir supervision liy compile t ofli cer>? the t hiif ternary .stated thil the Government hail no such intent'On. The Chief Secretary replied to question from Mi Duffy, thut he mif not .waretliat there were -.my ilesp tches Koin t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 January 1857

SKIPHN'O JV'I'Kf.fJdK.VCK. Ilr.urr.1 v 7!ov j I'l'iuh ( f. 110. hip. f,""i i," I Sa.lyK - y «. Klt'tnn f,r ' (?iiMti; IsivUr. si!-, f,(f* i P. .->rMv 1. f..r L 11.K.UJ Gi'0.1 Hum) | flap, fur CiilcutU.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 January 1857

BUSINESS DJKE0TC.T1Y. AB. T'RITCIIAlitiS l>,-.-hw.M-lh Timber . Yard and Gem-ml p(<,iv, Ford Stiwl. next Fisher's Cniinivreial Hotel. liiii Ui'ii! AINGLIS, Tinsmith, High street, . lieechworth, near the new llridg-'. Stovo piping, pumps, and every r7c:-ci i[.tioti »!' tinware, ma-le u> order; tin ami galvanised iron buckets, -wholesale, warranted sound. _I72 151 AUSTIN hk jioiJ & co" oeiioi-.il Merchants, C;unp street, Beeehworth, and at Adelaide. Ui2 151 AC LEV & ROCHLITZ, Dagnerrcan A r tintji, Star lintel Ford street. Bcech wortli. 72ti 1G"I KECHWOKTH Suburban" Freehold Lund for sale. Pi.ins and particulars «t tho Land Office, 2, Camp street. 554 ICS K. FI.IiSTT. BB0WN7^t'0¥nn-&~C0., .Wholesale and Retail Drapers, Ford Htrcet, Beech w>?th, . ' 805 223 BANK~-ife;li^rS00Tirw7\i-KS, I'ord strerf., Ite'cclnvorth. !>I 211 B C AKK OF VICTORIA, -Ford-street and Camp-street. John Farran, Manager. 400 223 LARK mid COOK, Carpenters, Buildm*/*,...

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Weekly Calcudar. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 January 1857

1$ffl;ht £nlrii!mr. To OtTn CouNrnr Sti'tsoniB^ns. - >*early the wlinlo of our cniv>tvy-n^-criheis in f\r. ronr with th.ir Puh*cri]itmiM for the quartfr; nnil we we coni"e'?c*l tn n»m tun»p theref >re, unlo * tbt* arrenr* pai-l wit.- in the enduing fortnight, that their jm^nrn w\\ toe * oppe«l Our term* nro uKviys cn^h i i A-.rnnc ., thit «mhscnpf.io h f <r the present quftvt»r »{>?>

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PROJECTED DEAPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 12 January 1857

rU'VUTTVp ! FI'VTlTfnrq Fon SourtiNMrr s. vi\ Si'r.z.-OneiiU, ?7t!« J.i inn-. Fi>u I'jusrnf..- -M.>rinn; J-V»n>an\ Fu'l I .<» V hn\.--SyJrn !V ^ Jan ; Atv rle-cv. 3*; (t*»«*». ..«» > .Mt^iull, 7 \Val'««r Ci-tlc. 1st M:ir-h; TI'»xl"i»Austral, CAt'iy; Mv-.hvuv, iOOi rVi. Ton P-u.m.-Pijneu t»f the Soru>, J nines pntlv. Foil P.vi.curru- Vni^n. rnvlw Foil fJu\M. - Stsir'f'MMil. wW, Fun MANIIJ A - !l>xt<,'«,n. farh*. F«'R St>"(5.\P(».':r.~ Foil TaPk or CJooiJ Hopt:.-Ireue, in Jan way. F -n ITOV^kono.-^^orlsinr, early. Fn« "MUvt.-"A'il . Kiro enrlv.

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

THE OVENS DIRECTORY A P^SINESS DIRECTORY for tho ^^aasttsra.*-^ ag£Sp»Siia.5«: KIP DOinno Ivf S" ^OOLSHED ^ and NAPOLEON 1 Jnii -..INK> THREE, TWO, k ONE : MILE YACHANDANDAff QUAUTC KERK AND SPRING CXIV"" DTQOlNOb Ahd tlid . TOWNSHIP 1)1? BEECH WORTH Arranged alphabetically, according to their ,,nK7^ »nd places of Sobs. useful n"w":00f yl-Vl111,9 ml(letl« vario,y of tho , i ?!"C 'ng .!nfoT«"on; lists of bothOmeinnurit, tho members of * £ H10 tho district go\ernment officials and magistrates, and the {SuTt 'f0;1' Co"rt; tl,a Ovon» Ooul Act tl n year' the Constitution otl rT« n , ^,Cti together ,vit!i the I^lcs1of I'eeohworth and Yach ?mdandali, to tho date of publication. . . _ ADVERTISEMENTS I J"f .rtl0n th,° directory, should bo for- ' nmdc4 immediately to iho office of tho Oral. m'rtli "^ A,hcrlUc>'- F"'d sf-'ot, eech-| rMl's,-nf1 ^U"St, lnth December, T 'l 0' JJ". Aitkon. .A baymaro, r..rP' ,"-?rs run'P- hind foot I $wl"5° Q" m' foot, switch tail, shod, hit noar shoulder, H...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Wk have Adelaide papers to the 5th instant. The elections for the new purlin" ment were progressing. The pnpers are filled with icports of election meet ings and addresses. The Times com plains of the apathy of the people, and blames.thegovcrnment for it. It says: " To us it appears that the apathetic feeling may fairly be charger!" against the government; They Carefully ab stained during the past'session fiom giving any indication of their future policy. No doubt this was a wise vconrse pro Imc vice; but there is no longer any necessity for silence. The .electors look to the government for the exposition of the principles of their future conduct, and without it, the for mer are necessarily in the' dark as' to whether their representatives will , side with the government or rank amongst the opposition. The ministry are well aware that the question of their tenure of office 'must be decided at the poll, and although it may be ingenious ;to pievent opposition, by rend...

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

IMMENSE :$PCCESS.V ; i. Clio UOIISES, B1UTANMA IIOTET,, VVVY.ll WOOL SUED. GRAND CONCERT & llALL, Kvcry Monday. "Wednesday. and Saturday. mUK Proprietor.-* h;ivc t»cor»t plo.T-uro in X .imnomunn; to the inhabitants t>i" the Worthed that they have sinveodod in making an arrangement with Mr and Mrs IVndleton, the original e-nnuMb.ut singers, and deluiea tors qf dome-tie life Mr the unrivulh'*} {><Tfonw on the tlwee Tambourines and Mono* Soloist, Mr* Pendleton, tlv.' |>!ea-in;_; enimc Vocalist. Mr Pendleton will sinij a variety (>;' Iri-i.i Comic bongs', assisird hy several ;>-Tlf!einen of talent, A KUU, HA NO KVfcRY EVENING. Oni'iir.sTitA : 1st Violin, Mon»<. My or 1-Yansio '2nd ditto Hcvr Yandehon;. Concert Flu to Hon- Yarherr Clarionet Herr Sehlu Cornct-a-piston Mr Eii/.heury Harj> Mr "Wick* Basso IIerr Martin. I/eadcr of the Bund, Herr Woishtnann, from tho Olympic Theatre, Melbourne. DANCING EVERY EVENING. Admission-Free. lfi tuth s M...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

13IUTU, At her roaidunce, Sydney Flat, Upper Woilshed Crock, Mrs. T. Owcun, of n son, Mond iy, 12th January.

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Original Correspondence THE LAND QUESTION. To the Editor of the Orens and Murray Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

gt'ijiirol Scrmsjicnitmirf. THK LAND QUESTION. To the Jiditor of tkc Oma and Murray Adver tiser. '. SIR,-With your permission I would bring this subject before the public, convinced ns I am that upon the imme diate settlement of the land question, in such a shape as will foster agriculture and cncourage immigration, depend: the prosperity and progress of the colony. Land mint be made more easily ac quirable. For, supposing that unas sisted immigration had already set in for Australia (which as yet it h is not) and that no further inducement thin that at present held out was required to bring the hardworking industrious emi grant to this colony in preference to America, is it not to the loss of every member oJ" the community that, instead of entering upon a pice;'of land and becoming in dm- course a producer the immigrant should, through our present locked system, be obliged, like many who have been long here looking for land, either totakeserviceors'iirt for the diggings, I,is small...

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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1857. THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

THE astii 3t*bCVttSCV. PUBLISH HI) DAILY TUIWDA.V, JANUAUV 13, lMT. ?niH MINISTRY. TUB ministerial explanations have been made. Mr Hnines hts announced that he and his colleagues ik> not intend to res'gti. The Ministry repaid their lit tle di feat in Mr 0rover's ease, and their great defeat on Mr Dully'-; motion, with great complacency. They have recovered their teiiip.-rs and tln ir cour age. A bolder announcement was per haps never made in any Parliament than that made by Mr Haines on Kriday night, when he declared that the Go vcrnment would in fuiured sregard any adverse decision the House might come to 011 their measures, unless it sho.ild he on a distinct motion of want of confi dence. J his is rushing into the oppo site extreme - from that which .Minis ters indulged in on Thursday evening. It is not easy to understand or to ac count for it. l'erhaps there is some truth in u story which is current, that a majority of the incubating members of the cross benches who, ahockcd a...

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POLICE COURT. Monday, January 12. 1857. (Before Messrs Morphy and Bearke) [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

i'OLK,'K COntT. -Monday, Jiinuarv 12, IST17.. (Huturo .Mcs-r> Mui«>liv ;>ml Ji.jnrkc ) All iaveterate oniuknrd. .Joseph Morrison, who has been t«ico coni uiittocl !»r (I: unkennels and disorderly conduct, was a^ain placed at the bar this niornin;; and fined .]()». or three months' imprisonment with hard labor. I AlihHNUNfi M10.1I SKIIVIOK. I ll'.-ni- Savage was chargi-d bv Mr John Heid, .I.r., with ub.-entin^ iiini ;"!i' fr.iii, .service without leave, and l'et'usiii"" lo reluri when failed upon to do so. The defendant pleaded guilty, and at the prosecutor's request $|?..ugrce ment between t!icm was annum;", the amount of wages due to dclciulaut was abated. WIFK DWSfRTlON. Patrick James Jlarlcy wus brought up on a warrant issued !>y M»- l'l-ei-niiui. J.P., of iWi'lbimnu', lor der-crting hi wife and family, leaving them without the menus of support. Retvunuk'tl to Melbourne.

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DELIBERATE MURDER AT GREEN GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

DELIBERATE MURDER AT ' GREEN , GUl-TA*. *' (From tilc Mount Alexander Mail.) I Tiik usunlly quiet district of Cnstle m^ine was, on Wednesday morning Inst, startled from its wonted quietude by a rumor, which turned out to be too ? true, that a cool mid deliberate murder hnd been committed nt Muckleford. Most of our renders nre ntvnre tliat gome new diggings have recently been opened about two miles beyond Monk's Racecourse HoteJ, Muckleford, mid ?within n very short distance ot'ihe J,oik don. Iu nddition to the alluvial dig gings, a reiiiuner.itive quartz reef has been opeied, and it was on it that the unforhwnlc victim in lliis instance had been employed. The locality has re joiced so Car in the title of Green Gully, hut we should think now .1 more appronriate name might be affixed, as it has received its first baptism in blood, and has attracted public attention chiefly through a murder being com mitted within it. As the facts of tin case are e'ear and in(li-put..ble, and as the de...

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LOCAL COURT. Monday, 12th January, 1857. (Present—J. S. Morphy, Esq., Chairman, Messrs Kentish, Chandler, Donald, McKay, Thompson, Norton, and Somers.) CUTTING AWAY A RACK, BUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

LOCAL COURT. Monday, 12th January, 1857. (Present-J. S. Morphy, Esq., Chnir mnn, Messrs Kentish, Chandler, Do nald, McKay, Thompson, Norton, mul Somers.) CUTTING AWAY A ItAOK, I1UCKl.ANI). Iloldsworth v. Logan. Mr Hoidsworth sworn, stated that the defendant hml interfered with his race by cutting it away, and even dis puted his right to hold it. He bought the right to the race from n Mr Hodge, who had held it for eight months pre viously, and no one hud ever disputed his right to it. Mr George Hodge corroborated the evidence of .Mr Holdsworth, and ndtled 'that he held the right whilst working in the creek previous to his last occu pation of eight mouths. . Kohcrt Logan was called as a wit ness, but on being asked for his miner's right, it appeared tlmt like the Dutch man's anchor, it was left at home. Mr Mnyne,.who was retained in this caie, applied for n remand to enable the plaintilf to bring forward additional evidence. The ease.was accordingly remanded to Monday thc'lSth inst, C...

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FORD STREET. To the Editor of the Orcens and Murray Advertier. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

l'Olil) STIiKKT. lo tht; Ktlitcr of tilts Or* n.t and Murray ! Snt,- I see by your paper of yester (lav, tliat the municipal authorities are somewhat i:i fix with respect to the Kord .'.ii .-ft improvements. They have or in*'* bout to ;;et the improvements ^.topped pro tent., and very properly turn the consideration of' said improve ment over to the Committee nf Works. Mr J?"<'il. >r, e.m yon let the ratepayers j know il this i.-; the ^inie committee t that s-it in judgment upon Mr Kyley i the f's p!;;ns, and pronuilliCtHl I tfu.-i.i jjowil, yen very ^uotl ? A great ! nviiiy inquisitive folks will inquire \vn... the Lu.:iiKci of the said cons mittcc ? Ja it to condemn the wbolctal* destruction of tho town, after they have pronounced Mi' Kylev's plans j,,,nil ?' Lint Air Ityley'j plans speak triiii'Pft-toiigiietl their own condemna tion, II' the of the commit tee is I" rectify tJie blundering des. jrnct'i'.;'. 1 v.b'i iheoi sucn-'i. iint I 1,1'ir leaw til tell the afore...

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THE LAND QUESTION AT ALBURY. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

THE LA.ND QUESTION AT AT/BURY. PUBMC MRRTINO. The largest number of the influential inhabitants of this town ever known to assemble on any previous public occa sion, met on Monday the 5th instant, nt the Court-house (the use of which for the occasion was kindly favored by the resilient magistrate, Heywnrd Atkins, Esq ),^ t» take into considers!ion the necessity of the Government throwing open the land for cultivation, and to adopt such measures as miqht be pro posed to the s.')me. The room was well lighted and vejy tastefully decorated for the occasion with samples of the natural productions of Albury and the surrounding neighbourhood, the principal of which consisted of a fine specimtn of green Indian corn, upwards of five feet high, obtained from the furin of Mr Geo Uutt, which was placed on the left hand of the chair; a large sheaf of wheat stood gracefully nodding its golden cars on the right; and on the front was a bunch cut from a vinegrownina neigh boring vineyard, from which...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 13 January 1857

SHTPTrXR INTEIiblGEMCI". Mslbouhne. Arrived. - Jatnnvy fl--Tip treft (White Star), U M.S , from Liverj'ool 21st September, via Lisbon. Hoik City, ship, from London Hth October. Camilla, Danish birque, from Chow-F.io. Star of tho T)a?»t, ship, fr >;i\ Liverpool. rno.ir' ~rn imtai:trMir*. Foil Soptii.vmitox. VIA J<n:z. -<>n«>Ma, . lOLS., *27th January. For BRISTOL.-Mnrnin;; Star. l-Vl»itmry. i Fern ! ,t>m>os.-Sydenhivn -St-» Jan.; A.n- j *lo«oyf flt; (u">r«;<.' ^arslrdl, 7 I'V?».; Wainier ; Custle, 1st March; J<\-^t!e, Antral, j oarly; Medway, It'Lh FoK \ FOR Calho.-Prince of tho Sons, James I Adam?, early. FOR CALCUTTA. Vnion, rnrlv. For Otjam. -Sta^hmmd, early. FOR MANILLA.--Halcyon, early. For SiNiJAroui:. - (i.tretlo. o-.rly. Fon ('AIM: OF Horn.-Irene, in J;m Mftrv, FOR U&nokonu.--Kxedsior. oarly. FOR itoMtUT.-Wild Fire, early.

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