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OVENS. GOLDFIELDS OF THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

OVENS. G0LDF1ELDS OF THE DISTRICT. Nine-Mile.—A company at this place lias purchased the carriages, See., of the Eldorado Company, and are making a tram road for bringing their washing stuff to the creek. The inhabitants also are getting up a petition, having for its object the establishment of a: township here. Yaciiandan'dait.—The population on this goldfield has been slightly increased during the week by some arrivals from the Woolshed. The principal portion of these diggings (Os borne's Flat) is promising very well, and it is exDeoted that durinir the summer a rich field will be opened between that point and Reid's Hill. At present, from the quantity of water, it would be a considerable undertaking to set in there, otherwise it would have been tho roughly tried last month. The continual pre sence of a paid magistrate is much required. Some of the miners are patient enough, and even quite content to lose two or three days waiting the arrival of somo one empowered to settle their ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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BALLARAT. (From the Correspondent of the 'Geelong Advertiser.') [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

BALL A RAT. (From the Correspondent of the 1 Geelong Advertiser.') Mining operations are progressing favorably, for not only arc our deep sinkings properly at tended to, but the outskirt shallow grounds are coming in for :i share of attention. This prospecting tendency is observable in all di rections, as at the springs at the north-east, where a large population has settled down,and to the south-west, or the southern side of the Buninyong range. This latter place includes several gullies, named as follows: Terrible, abutting on the south sideofYuille's paddock; White Horse, abotit half a mile nearer Bunin yonjr; Frenchman, Magpie, and Chinaman's, in the same neighborhood, about midway be tween here and Buninyong. The lead has boon lost in Chinaman's Gully, and that in Magpie is paying well, the average being from £300 to £600 per man. The sinking here is from 80 to 135 feet, with less water and other mining difficulties than are usual on Ballarat proper. To sink a claim I hear Fren...

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MELBOURNE (From our own Correspondent.) August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

MELBOURNE' (Prom our own Correspondent.) • August 25, Mr. Mooney will not bo allowed to walk over tha course for North Boiirke. Mr. M'Ewan, of tho late firm of M'Ewan and Houston, Las addressed the electors, as a can didate for the honor of representing them in the Legislative Council. A few days ago the seat, in political phraseology, was " going a begging." More than one of the gentlemen designated " old chums" were invited to come forward, but they declined. I am in a posi tion to slate positively, that no exception was taken to any of these gentlemen on the ground of Old Chumism. I think it necessary to make this remark, bb an apology for any al lusion to Old or New Chumism as terms which should, in political, social, or private transac tions, be obliterated from our vocabulary. My object in adverting to them now is not to re cognise such distinctions, but to aid in pre venting their becoming a party cry, in the hands of designing men, to divide the people, to array them into op...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MAltKKT 'Advertiser' OfRen, Friday ETonincr. .Geld still rates at £3 109. 6d. per ouno®.

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

aAXDHOUST WHOLESALE PIUCES CTJBRENT. •Advertiser* Office, Friday Evening. Sinae our last publi^'.cibn no change worthy of notlco bos oo (lui'rcd'iQ our ijiiarkot, Sales oontinuo very limited at the following .quotations. Oats : Scotch, Os.to 9s. fid. per bushel; Capo-and East Indian, no demand. ' *V TUt : Best colonial, L.18 to L.20per ton, roarkot full. Brim:. Adelaide,full,5s. to $3. Od.'per bushelChilian, no demand. Ftocft: Best Adelaide, ;Iil50 per ton; Chilian, L.40 io L.48, with limited enquiry. • • . * :: ; Sooin: Coasipore, No. t, M. to ftjd,. per lb.; Mauritius bripht oounter, 4.$d. por lb.; Pampanga and ration, 3^d. por lb., Blocks very'lictwy.' • - (Cakdles: Belmont, No. 1, 2s. 89. to 9s. id. por lb.,* Pronch, 2b. Id. to 2s. 2d. .. . * .Hick: Best Putnfy.very scaroo, L.45 to L.40 per ton—prices in •Melbourne are on tlier rise; Java, nominal, at 1*25 par ton, j . no domund. . '• • I Pickles: Dull of solo, at 9a. for pints, 10s. Cd. to lis. for quarta, I for best brands. &g...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIIF. EIJITOIt OF TIIE BKNDIOO ADVERTISEIt. Sin,—I should like, through tlie medium of your widely-circulated journal, to make known a proceeding oC Mr. Mollisou's, cue of the wardens of this district. On Tuesday last, a quartz miner in Bignell's reef, who had been ill for some days, told me to take possession of his claim as he was unable to work it. I did so, niul leased it. In the course of two or three hours after, two parties who lind been shepherding for some days in the neighborhood began to work the claim, and told mc they had "jumped" it on tho previous day. I applied to the I,ocal Court, and Mr. Molliso'i (who, as most of your readers will recollect, once distinguished himself in n disgraceful squabble with Mr. Macphersnn ami my self, at Epsom) came to settle tho dipulo. lie appointed four assessors. I objected to two of them, lie allowed my objection to one of them, lmt would not entertain it against the other. He was well aware that tho other ...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. August 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

SANDHURST J'llODUCE MARKETS. 'Anenst 81. Our marktt generally ia vory quiet The odrioos of a fall in the 1 .priw of flour in Melbourne, has ma do that articta dull of ealo ; fcore, and it would be difficult to xdoto off uay quantity at tho quo* | alion. Oats remain th« same. Wo notice a l&rgo &sie &19*. Holders , .are not disposed to tult© lens than 10s. i Hoy (oaten), retail, figures at L.2H per ton. Buyers are Tory .shy, and tho Girmors in many instances huvu had to take a much | Jowcr price. ! Yj"a beg to state, for the information of Mr. Commerce and the ' public, that our quotation? of iho Sandhurst priory are taken from ottr own Bales and those effected by some of the loading merchants of tho place. It Iiah u1w\vh boon our ejidmvor to givfi ovary f\\. , cllity, as regards prices, to importers of goods into thio market, and not to mislead. Our quotations we r.s follow "FLorit, Adelaide, .£30 per ton; Chilian, bwmI, L.48. iu?;n, Ptftnn, X-18 per Ion. Oath...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. (From the 'Argus' Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

' ' SOOTH AUSTRALIA!: (From the ' Argils' Correspondent.)' SuVce E wrote last, politics have assumed an .'absorbing character,:and we'are -oil' the- eve of: iv"general election. Op. Wednesday, tlioi 15th; August, a ' Gazette, lExtra ordiimry'j was :published, dissolving the Council, for the piu'pose of 'toking flip sense of the country on the New Constitution Billarid -about midnight on the Friday following, another ' Gazette' appeared with the' Gover nor's, .yiews; on ihe.snbjeati: Iiis idea is—one Chamber, Svitli 30. elected, andj4, official membersduration of as 'seriibly to be five years, da at'present; no special quali fication for ' members,; arid- '110 disqualification,'' except for crime; no civil list; except: to secure ^the'salaries of the judges, and the, four,members ex officio ; tenure of office, of. Government officers having seats in Council to b'e tiie'samc ^'at preserif; aiid aiuiile powers oivan >n 'the'-Assembly tir alter' tUV Constitution Bill, mid to'.re • so...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

KATIES OF EXCHANGE. The rates nt which the tanks in Sandhurst draw on tlio fol lowing pluccs arc:—. On Melbourne, nt sight 2s. fid. per cent. prcm. .. Geelong, jit sight ..2s. Cd. per do.' do. .. Uftllnrnt, at sight ^2tf. Cd. pq- da. do. . . Castlenudne^nt sight...... 2s. Cd. per do. d<?. .. Kyneton.at sight , ,.2h. Gd. per do. do. .. Bcccliworth,atsight 5s.Od. pur do. do. .. Sydney, at 3 days'sight ,L.l por do. do. .. Adelaide, at 3 dnys' sight I..1 per do. do. .. Pjirtii, Swun Itiver, nt 'J days' sight. .L.l per do. do. .. Hobart Town, nt 3 days' sight .L.1 por do. do. Lauriccston, at 3 days'sight T..1 per do. do. .. Auckland,fit 3days' sight . ..L.2 per do. do. .« Loudon, ut3 days'sight ,...,L.2$ per do. do. .. London, at 30 days' sight......... ;l.2 pur do. do. . First class bills ou London arc negotiable at par., but. from tho diminisliod amount of imports, .ntjd'consoquont small domand for bills for remittances, a fuH in tho exchange, from 1 per ccnt. to 2 percent.,...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

SYDNEY. The Sydset IUilxvay.—If not exactly the formal opening, tlie actual opening of this great national insti tution took place oil Saturday, the 18th inst. Through the kindness and liberality of Mr. Handle, the contractor for the work, a number of gentlemen were invited to an experimental trip to Paramatta. The number attending was somewhat over sixty. The distance to Paramatta was accomplished in 00i minutes; the distance back, in 47 minutes. It is very difficult to record with quiet and lynexcited feeling an event of this description. We have heard, for years past, the advantages which railroads would afford us. We have heard them, from tongues eloquent in promise of future prosperity, but have heard them from voices deep with despair at the present stele of our means of transit in the colony. * * The railway to Parramatta is now completed : it is only fourteen miles,iu length. . This cost the colony more than half' a million of money. But to perform such a work at nil iii a c...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. August 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

SANDHURST STOCK MAItKF.T. -- August 31. Th© bidding during the week lifts bcey considerably brisker, fit an advance on former rates. "Wo disposal of a small mob of light horses, brokwi and unbroken, from tho Edwards, -which averaged abont £20 per head. Tho demand for heavy draught horses is small, and rcmunorativo priecs cannot bo obtained for them. Strong good-conditiopod horses, about 1-I.J hands high, st-aunch in havuess, are in demand hovo, aud would rooliso fair prices. Our quotation? for tho week arc as follow:— Common hanks, £rtio £15; good do. and light -harness horses, £20 lo £05good draught horses, £10 to £G0; heavy do., none offered. Tip cart*, £20 to £20. L. MACIJHEUSON «fc CO., ITorso Bazaar, Sandhurst, A soipowhat sottled character has pervaded our horse market during tho last few days, and price3 liavo boo$ loss fluctuating. Wo have received somo largo mobs of horsos from tho Bathurst distiict, and tbo sales effected averago tho following quotations. Tip-drayg aro' in...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, POUT OF MELUOURNI5. Angnst 27.—Faith, barque, from Mauritius 12ih July. August 83.-—Burra Hurra,, rrerew-steamer, from Adelaide, Trith ,nlghty-six passengers; Wiitiderer, hrii:, from Newcastle, New •South WaIcs, •wUh four pass^ng^; Champion, screw-stoMiiftr, •from Portland, With t"h pusspngers; Queen, semv-stouroer, from "Belfast ami Warrnnmbool. with' twenty-two passengers. August 20.—Waralah, steamer, from Sydney, with sixty-four jmsaonfjors; Jtoyul Shepherd, screw-steamer, i'rom Launocston, •^ith twenty-eight passengers. riio.TncTr.tv nrpAnn'REP. Ff-n I.ONtifts.—Kent, Sth Soptmbor. OFon. LrvcnrooL,—Donald M- Iviiy, early. Fort 15msTOL.-rFrob, Mario l.eocadlc, carlr. For Gueuns^y.—Crispin, early. railed frr.oM tiie nryns.) August 20.—Storm Hlr.i, for Port Albert; Hisjblamlar, for VaV •parnisn; Martjiuvt. Ntcall, for CftUai); Francis, for Sydney; Eliza •Doth Thompson, for Newcastle. August 2S.—Governor-General, for Sydnoy ; Lady Bird, /or Xauncostoa. August 2...

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ENGLISH SHIPPING. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

ENGLISH STTTPPTNft. ARlitYEO. , From Melbourne: In the Thames: Stobonhoath, Edith Rose, £4th May; Elizabeth, 2Uh: Island Homo, 28th; Indotnnity, 160th; John 'Boll, 4th June; Eliza Goddard, 5th June. SAILED. For Melbourne: From Liverpool: Alohymiat, 81st Stay. From .Grnvescnd : Admir^, 8ril Jmio. For Goelong: From Uio Clyde, Meteor, 2nd June. LOADING, • From London, for Melbourne: Juno 8th, Kensington; ISfh, .Camcuxcus, Nuggot; 20tb, Statesman, Cornwall; 30th, Royal Goorgo. From London, for Geelong: Juno 5lh, Brilliant; 10th, Der wnt, Aallnttnr; 14th, Thames ; 23th, Aherfoylo. From London, for Portland : June 20th, ttalnagiiUK From Liverpool, for Melbourne: Shnckamaxon, Monteagle, Defeence, 10th June; Lord Raghuj, l$th; Bon Nevis (royal mail packet), Africa, 20th; Constanco, David G. Fleming, 35th; Jft'oatern Bride, 6th July 4 Constantinople, 31st. • 3JOTEMEK76 07 AUSTIUT.IAK VESSELS TP.OM LtTEH^OOL.—Tho frjyal mail.ship DonaldM'Kay sails to»day for Melbourne, "with a full cargo and ...

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THE DONALD M'KAY. (From the 'Argus.') [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

THE DONAT/D M'ICAY. (From the 'Areas.') •The run of tho Donald M'Kav is respeatatyo enough, pftrticu •tarly -when remnmbnr the particular season of the year, and the dcnbtfni as voll a«* light vrintla which tho vessel would havo to encounter. Tho fact of tho ran having been mado from tho .Capo by this R. Si. ship in tvrouty days, proves that sho can sail, and we hope Captain !Wamor will bo ennblod to reach homo in as abort a space of tamo as that occupiod by, any. of tho tnany cole* •brotod olippors that hnyo run botween those colonics and tho jmothor-country* ' * Thn shipregisters 2593 tons, is 200 fce,t.long between-perpen* diculars on deck has 40 foot oxtrome breadth of bean), ,and SO A?et depth of hold, with throe (Jocks, a full topgallant forecastlo .and a honso abaft it, and a full poop with n house boforo it. She was built at Bast Boston, by Mr. Donald M Kay, and is do» .dlsnpil for Messrs. James Baincs and Co.'s lino of Liverpool and Australian pnckelp. .Of all tbo fthips Mr...

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SANDHURST LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, 20th August. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

SANDHURST LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, 20th August. V ,, '.,\'ora J. A. Ponton, Esq., Resilient Warden (Chairman) : \ and Messrs. Emmett, Donovan, Mackenzie, O'Conor, \ Hosken, Wetherell,^Benson, and Cunningham. The report of tlie sub-committee appointed to con sider the insecurity of property left at quartz crushing machines, was brought up and read, and, on the motion of Mr. Denovan, seconded by Mr. Cunningham, received. I Mr. Beksok moved—" That the secretary be requested ! to make out u statement of the number of leases issued previous to and since July the 21st, according to their respective dates." Mr. Denovan seconded the motion, ■pinch was carried. Mr. Hosken moved and Mr. Mackenzie seconded— " That any party opening a claim in unoccupied gronnu ■will be entitled to take his claim from the spot where he strikes gold, giving him the use of his tunnel and shaft." After 11 short discussion, the motion was carried. Mr. Mackenzie moved and Mr. Hoskin- seconded— »' That the Chairman co...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

STEAM COMMUNICATION. Wa extract tlie following items bearing upon the prof peets of the revivul of steam communication :— A special meeting of tlie Australasinn nnd Pacific Mail Steam Company took place on tlie 20th May, to reccive a report upon the proposed scale of compensa tion to the retiring officers. The amount recommended for distribution was .i'dJiOS, which was considered by some to be excessive, though nil amendment in favour of X'1-200 was rejected by a large majority. A protest was mailo on the part of Liverpool uguinst any sucli ap propriation nt all. The Chairman stated that a final liquidation was being satisfactorily curried out. A meeting of the Australian Dircct (via Panama) Steam Company was held on the JlOih May, to receive a statement relative to its progress. Tile undertaking continues in abeyance, but endeavours are being made in England, as well as in Australia, to carry it out. A negotiation lias been opened with the ltoyul Mail Steam Conipnuy for currying on...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 20th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

MELBOURNE. [from ouil own coitltkbponoent.] August 29th, 1855. Candidates for the representation of Nortli Bourke gather in upon us in'quick succession. A second candi date of the medical profession lias udded his name to the list. I know nothing of him or his capabilities, beyond what I can collect from his address " to the free and in dependent electors,'' bnt there is enough in that farrago of ignorance to convince any one of the least penetration that lie does not possess a single characteristic to qualify him to make laws for this colony. The short lieriod likely to intervene between the filling up of tlie present vacancy and ft general election, lias, no doul)t,' deterred candidates who might command the respect of nu en lightened constituency, from coming forward; otherwise, our prospects of good government under the new con stitution would he fault indeed, if the present aspirants for legislative duties are to he regarded as samples of the candidates we are to have for seats...

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THE PATRIOTISM OF BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

THE PATRIOTISM OF BENDIGO. I By the interesting and satisfactory news of I the progress of the war recorded in to-day's | issue, and the report of the meeting held yes. terday afternoon, with reference to the Pa triotic Fund, we are reminded of the humil iating fact, that Bendigo has as yet done absolutely nothing towards that great contribu-' tion for tho relief of the widows and the orphans of the war, at which so large a portion of the civilised world has assisted. .Throughout Great Britain and Ireland, from the highest to the lowest, the population has evinced its sym pathy with those brave fellows, who, on the Euxine billows, or on the heights of Sebasto pol, sustain so nobly tho glory of the British namo. Even the inhabitants of the United States have tcstifiod their admiration of Bri tish valor, and their interest in the struggle of civilisation against barbarism, by splendid con tributions to tho funil for relieving the wants of the victims of tbe war. Canada, New South Wale...

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTANT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. IMPORTANT NEWS. Successes against Sebastopol—Taking of the Mamelon Tower—Concentration of the Allied Troops on the Tchernaya. (From the 'Argus' of Thursday.) The Royal Shepherd, from Lnunceston, Captain Saunders, arrived in the Buy yesterday evening, aud to the attention of the Captain in procuring the latest news received in that port, we are indebted for the subjoined highly important intelligence. Our readers will be glad to learn that the intelligence recently brought from the Cape, of great successes 011 the part of the Allies, is confirmed by this arrival, and that further operations in the Sen of Azoff and its neighbor hood, lmve been attended with so satisfactory n result that the Crimean tragedy seems fast hurrying townrds its closing scene. The supplies of the Unssians have been cut off to an enormous extent, tuid the enemy is rapidly becoming so fur cowed and depressed by adverse circumstances that complete victory appears more and more certainly im...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Ang^ist 30. uoia remains at 70s. with ft quiet market. Tho quantity shipped per \Vhito Star, for Liverpool, wu 85,105 ozs., of which the banks Rent 61,045 ozsi; by tho British Trident, which cleared for Calcutta on "Wednesday, the Oriental Bank Corporation shipped 1028 ozs.; the Bombay sailed for Hong Kong yestorday, ^Uh 1250 ozs. ' By tho steamer Champion, from Portland, 1000 ozs. hato been received from the Mount William goldfield. Tho Custom* 'revenue for the vrcuk ended 25th instant, amounted to L.21,861, of which sum L.16,192 was for duties on Imports and for general rovonue, and L.0,309 for tho gold export duty. Tho flour market is in an unsettled state, thetondoncy of prices being do'armvards. Letters from highly respectable houses in San Francisco to their correspondents here, report tlmt there are in , that market heavy stockft of flour remaining ovor from tho pro* ! vious season, and that tho new crop, which won just coming in, was onormotts. Att...

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