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THE ENGLISH NEWS, PER THE "STORM CLOUD." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

THE ENGLISH NEWS, PER TIIE " STORM CLOUD." A lute number of the Launccslon Examiner supplies lis witli fuller details of the brilliant successes of the allied fleets mid armies in the Sea of Azof?, and before Sebastopol, than the ubstract published in the Herald of the 80th tilt. We make the following uddilional ex tracts :— FRENCH DESPATCHES. The following despatches were posted up at the Paris Bourse an Saturday:— General l'ellissicr to the Minister of War. June (i, 10 p.m. To-day, with our allies, we opened lire against the external works, and to-morrow, please God, we will take theui. June 7, 11 p.m. "At 0.30 our signals for assault were given, and one hour afterwards our engles.iloated oyer the MamelonVert and over the two redoubts of Careening Bay. The ar tillery of the enemy fell into our hands. We are said to have taken *00 prisoners. Our legions occupy the conquered works. On their side our allies, with their usual resolution, carried the works in the quarries, and establis...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

AGENCIES. , ME. JOHN THOMAS POUTER, Bri^o, White llills, is appointed agent for tlie Advertiser for the Wliite Hills District, and : WII.LIAM GRI1BY, Camp Hotel, for the town iliip of Unplehmvk. funics wishing to procure copies of the paper can do so by applung at those jilnces. ' ■ " ' ' An agent will be appointed for the Kangaroo Flat district on the application of a respectable person. ■ WANTED, two runners at the Advertiser Office. ' "Active pien, acquainted witli the district, can pet constant'employment and earn 'good wages. •• Se curity required. Apply early. ' NOTICE TO COlUtESPONUESTS.■ Several Utters must stand over. A copy of Albion's verses, ij sent, will le attended to.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

' SHIPPING INTELLIGrEN0E.--> September 0.—Lord Stoiitgom.M'io,1 "bri<r, from Auckland, New' tfeMandrwlth two passengers; Victoria, Chilian brig, from Vnlpn . Vaiso 3rd May; Caroline, bohopijciy from .Western Port; Auiio, schoonor, IVom Sydnoy j'-Clnirlotte'Anne; ship, from Londott'.Oth June. v ^ * ' Soptembor 7.—ITimmle Diko, schooner, from Wr.nganui, New Zealand, with His passengers; Little Pet, schooner, from Sviir.cy; Hoya 1 Shepherd, serow-stAamer, from Liuinceaiou, with fifty:two ^ passengers;'Htirbinger, schooner, from Newcastle, Now' South " Wales; Governor-General,steamer, from Sydnoy, rritU fifty-two passengers; Vanquish', schooner, from Sydnoy; Vihilia, schponor, from Wellington, Now 55ealand, with ono passenger. " Beptomber 8.—City of Sydney, screw-steamer, from Sydnoy, with fortv-ono passengers; ilotrioter, schooner, from Ilolmrt Town: Admiral, ship, from London, from London fith June, with twouty eix passengers; boundary, brig, from Tlobart Town. September...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

SANDHURST WHOLESALE I'liJCES CUBI1ENT. 'Advertiser' Ofiko, • .Tuesday Evening. regret to bo still unable to report any improvement In our jnavfcet, transactions continuing extremely limited, and a stagnation existing in tho wholesale trade, as the supply is in oxcess of our ;wants. The following ar« o.urquotalious for such artloloa asaltcrcd in voluo since our lust issuei— Oats.—Best Scotch, 7s. Cd. to 8s. per bushel, extremely dull. Bjun.—Adeluido, best, 3s. 9d. to -Is. pur busliel, 110 demand, •Hay.—Colonial, I*1K to L.18 per ton. Flour.—Best Adelaide, L.-JS per ton; Cliilian, first brands, L.40, stoehs henry. •' SroAit.—Mauritiua bright counter, L.42; brown do.. T..32 to L.31 per ton; Cossipore, No. 1, fid. per lb.; crushed loaf, 5d. .Tea.—Congou, 1,7 to L.7 7s. per ohcsL Candles.—Belmont sperm, Is. 8(1. to Is. Od. per lb.; French, Is. 7d., market full.' Pick! b'..—Pints, 93. to Os. Gd. por dozen ; quarts") lis. Od. to 12s. in no demand. Sardines,—$-tins, fls.; £-tins, 12s. 01. R...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET 'Advertiser' Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET .'Advertiser-' O/fico, Tuesday Evening. Gold 1ms fallen since our lest iseue to £3 15s. Cd., with • downward tendency. ' The «scor.t started to town this day with/ll^O? ors.lOdwts.,anrt £9,633 3s. in cash, of which CSO ozs. were from He/ithcotc.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

"TTTANTED, a smart lad, at E. Walteham's, Pull YV Mall, Timber Yard. 3nsepl2 , WANTED, a carter, one well acquainted witli tlie diggings. Apply at Dunn and Baynu'a. sepl3 WANTED, n servant girl.—Apply, immediately, at the Bank of Victoria, llel'erences required. 36sepl2 "TTfyfANTED, an experienced waiter, none other need \ V apply, at the Albert Hotel, M'Crae-street. 33sepl2 WANTED, a smart lad, wages 30?. per week, with out board. Apply at the Advertiser office. 15sepl2 \ \7"ANTED, a baker, one well acquainted with his VV trade. Apply at tho Cornish Cottage, High street. 30iopI2 WANTED, a thorough millwright, wages very liberal. . Apply to William Kelly, Quartz Mill, New Chum Gully. 937sepI2 "YY7"ANTED, an active youth as porter, and to make VV himself generally useful. Apply at W. Hickin botham's, Pall Mall. 31sepI2 TTrANTED, tailors; also, a smart lad. Apply to VV Cooper and Kobathnn. 22sepl2 WANTED, tenders for cutting about 4,000 tee. hardwood quartering. Apply to L. Grant, at ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

BIRTH. On Friday last, 7th instant, at the Cornish Cottage, Mrs. Edward Allen, of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, the first newspaper on the Victoria Goldfields, and tho beat Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, . Published eteki Wednesday and Satdrday Morninq, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district ol Beudigo, tho Metropolitan Goldtield of Australia. The Bendigo Advertiser lias tho most extensive oironlation of any provincial paper in tho colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of tho Laboest Golbfif.lds, tut is the mart of the extensive Pastoral District comprising tho valloys of tho Loddox und Camfaspib, and tho wide and fertile plains extending to tho Murray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such as are almost universally recognised as in accordance with tho development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. Tho local interests of Bendigo will, of course, claim its special...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS. (From the Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

THE MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS. ( From the Mail ) The following items to the 6th instant :— CASTLEMAINE.— The population of the new rush at Barker's Creek is about 2000, and the surfacing con- tiuues very profitable. The Chinese remain in number about the same as last week. On Campbell's Creek there is very little doing, owing to the wet. The popu- lation remains unaltered. On Moonlight Gully a few good patches are discovered occasionally. Population at Muckleford, about 150 ; the only attractive ground here appears to be in the neighborhood of Green Gully. At Tarrangower the population has decreased ; no new ground has been opened during the week. The health of this district continues good. BARKER'S CREEK.— There is considered to be a falling off in the number of the diggers on this locality, but stores and bakeries are still being put up along the line of road, and the entire aspect of the place is that of a permanent summer digging. We have been credibly informed that on Saturday l...

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MARYBOROUGH WEEKLY SUMMARY. (From the Mount Alexander Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

MARYBOROUGH WEEKLY SUMMARY. (From the Mount Alexander Mail.) The trade in the immediate neighborhood is not so brisk as for the last lew weeks, owing chielly to the re- port of the rush at Fiery Creek. Storekeepers have been keeping their stocks very low, but a good business has been doing to the various rushes. Stocks are not very heavy, especially of spirits and wines, and many houses have been asking higher rates for brandy and other spirits. Owing to the great decline in prices at Sydney and Melbourne in flour, prices are still very low, and there is not the slightest probability of their advancing, but rather the contrary.     If the rushes turn out something very good, there is every probability of a first-rate business being done in Maryborough. Prices generally are very low, but a de- termination on the part of the principal wholesale houses (as they term it) to "cut the thing fine," causes this.   We have noticed some of our wholesale ...

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SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 8th September. (Before L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 September 1855

: •SANDHURST. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. - ■ Saturday, 8th September. (Before L: M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) Dog-stealing.—John Harirahan was charged with this offence. He occupied the position in which a mail of the name of Gates, had becnplaced, of whom lie said he hnd bought the,dog, but unluckily the mini, at the time mentioned, happened to be confined in the lock-up. The case was clearly proved, and the prisoner was fined £25, or one month's imprisonment. Remanded.—John Harkins, charged with robbery, cutting and maiming, and using obscene language. Dibchaiiged.—Joseph Price, chargcd with being drunk and disorderly, and using obscene language. . Monday, 10th September. (Before L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) DnuNK Axn-DisonnERi.Y.—John Seamark was fined 40s. William Jacobs 'and George Crcighton were each fmed;20s. David Meade, George Forrest, and Jolin Allen were each lined f>s. Komieht.—John XIarkins alias John Graham, was charged with this offence. A-Snng, a Chinaman, said that on last ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

AHssing Friends. DENNY, EDWARD, from South Australia, is re quested to .send his address to Rulfu and Bailey, 37 JElizabeth'Strect, Jilclbounio. 14oct24 GLASGOW.—John M'Callum, who was at Eureka, sereri months ago, is requested to write to hi* brother, Robert M'CaUum, Into of the City of Glasgow ond Clarenoo steamships. Address carc ol' Mr, Hecksher Albert Hotel, Sandhurst.—K. M'Callum requests all parties having messages or lottera for him to forward them to tho above address immediately. Cscpl2 IF this should meet tho eye of John or James Hughes they may hoar of something to their advantage by applying to Mr, Young, at his crushing machine, Kangaroo Flat. 51sepI9 Sandhurst Directory, Adelaide observer office,—Gold bought. . moq I ADMIRAL HOTEL, Long Gully crossings-place.— A. Roberts, Proprietor, 13sep30 ARGUS OFFICIO.—Mackay and Co., Pike's Build ings, Pall Mull. oct30 BEND (GO HOTEL, Bridgo-street. John Harney, proprietor. sep30 Commercial auction rooms, Pan Mali. II, MARKS, Auc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

"IT7"ANTKJ>, two rumiers-nt tlio .■hh tifntr Office. YV Active men, acquainted with tho district, etui pet constant employment and cuni good wages. Se curity required. Apply early. "OTANTKD.—Piano.—A jiianist is open for enpnge T v nicnt to play every jii;;ht in n hotel or concert room. Apply nt Sydenham Guidons. HseplO VANTED, an experienced waiter, none oilier need apply, at tho Albert Hotel, 51'Crae-streot. 'ilsaplf) WANTED, a cook, at tlio Manchester Arms, Long Gully. Nono hut a steady person need apply. 28sepi5 WANTED.—Cooks.—Wanted, for the View Point Hotel, a first-rato cook and mate. Apply on the promises. 9(lisepl5 WANTED, an active lad of 18 to assist in ft bakery and m»ko himself generally useful. Apply at tho White Hills Bakery, 7th White Hill. 21sepio WANTED, by a respectable vian, a situation as storc mau, or "to tako charge of a store. First-rate references. Address K. K., oflico of this paper. 20sepl.r> TY7"ANTED, by a married man, a situation asshep VV herd; w...

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BALLARAT MINING INTELLIGENCE. (From the Mining Reporter of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

BALLAR.VT MINING INTELLIGENCE. - (From the Minimi Reporter of the Times.) t In miuiug, there is very little iutelligence.-to commu nicate, with the exception, perhaps, of a. now rush to Fiery Creek, from which locality I have receivod very flattoring reports, hut, not having visited this locality personally, I am unable to stuto with any degree of cer tuinty whether these reports have or have not any foun dation in truth. I intend next week to pay a visit to Fiery Creek, and.shall'then be, enabled - to. give correct data for your numerous readers. I am told of one party, a man and his two sous, who liavo hit upon a "rich de posit at tills creek, and have already realised over.£l,700; and of auother party who, after prospectiug a consider able time without success,' have done extremely well hero. " ' "' The neighbourhood of Fiery Creek is said to resemble very much the famous Golden Pohit of Ballarat, and that the similarity is perfect in more respects tliau one. Burn Bank (Lextou') ...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. September 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. September 14. . Tho general aspect of this market remains dull, A great deal of rain has fallen during ^10 week, which ha# had quite a contrary effect, rather than otherwise, oa prioosaro still dropping. Floar, without enquiry; our quotations willremaih tU* samo aa last wet>k. .... Oats—We hear of parcels being mored ofT at 7s. ,0d. per bushel. I Bnvn.—I.Utle demand; sales have com* undor our notico at 1 8a. Od. per jjushol* Hay, oaton.—Pricoa remain tho.samo aa ,)nst -weal?, and it \ would be most diflloult to irtpvo off any quantity, .ciyon Qt 'present rcduccd rates., . "* .. .. : Hico.-rFirm, ctl tha quotations. - • : w FLoun.—Adelaido, £48 per ton; Chilian, L.44. Ovrs.-T-Scotcfo, 7b. 3d. to 8h. Gd. por buaiiol; Bran, 43. to 4s. Cd iTAY.-^Oaton, ^18*to\S20pertdn. ' ' • Sugar,—-Mauritius,.£40 per ton; Coatfporo, No. 1, £47, Kicn.—Putna, £-13 to £14 per ton. Tea.—£7 7a. per cheat. . . CjiNnr.ES.-—Belmont,'2s. 3d. per. lb.; UUow, Is. ttCTTEU.—tCork, ,2a...

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A BAZAAR FOR A PATRIOTIC FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

; • ; A BAZAAK EOK A I'ATIIIOTIC FUND. ' •TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEXDIGO ADVERTISER. • Sir,—-I know not whether, among the various suggestions for raising contributions to tho Patriotic Tumi, a " l^ancy Salo'> has .been proposed to tlic Committee appointed to decide on the most eligible pljins for tho ■welfare of the noblo and sacred object, with which a true Briton's heart so deeply sympathises, but should tblnk that a project of this nature, if carried out with spirit— and who shall daro question that tho most zealous energy of which tho financial cbaractcr ifl capable, would bo exhibited under such holy auspices?—would realise no inconsiderable ad dendum to sums obtained through other channel.*?. A suitable pliin for such a purpose could doubtless bo offered to tho com mittee by some patriotic denizen of Sandhurst—contributions of fancy articles would accumulate from every quarter. As it is an objcot in which, happily, all creeds may unite, sufficient ladies of tbstown and vicin...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. September 14. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

SANDHURST STOCK MARK1--.T. September 14. Our horse sales havo been for from brisk, although tho numbor disposed of hns been'quito itp to tho avcrago; our market is gluttod wtth inferior stock, which is put into tho salos at high re* eorres, thus preventing business. Wo havo advertised ft sale of a mob of good drought and saddle horses, at M'Gowan's public-houso, Campnspie rivor, for next Tuesday, to try tho market; {.lie result wo will givp 'in our next report. Sheep.-r-Our market is filled with flrsVdasa sheep. A. mob of 10,000 have coma down from Kcw England, In splendid condition, fiTcraging 53 lbs. to 00 lbs. Wo hold a Balo of somo of them this day by auction, and oxpecfc to movo a quantity off at 90s. to 2Ss. pur quotations fbr horees aror Common hacks, 43 to £19; good do. and light hnrnods horsen, £15 to £3.1; good draught horses, £40 to <SG0; hea%7 do«, no enquiry. Tip carts, jG20 to £35. 1m ilACFilERSON* & CQ., Horso Bazaar, Sandhurst, Our horso market has...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. September 13. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

MELBOtJJiNE CO.MJIEliCTAL NEWS. ' September 13. The po)d market Is dull, ntnr that parcds ft re mado up for tho JCeat; the prico lias fallen to 73s/ Tho quantity shipped by tho Seal was 131,073 otSt of which tho banks shipped tho following— Bank ,of Victoria...; ..IfyOOO 0 JJank of Xcw South Wales.....'. ^ .27,000 0 Bank of Australasia..80,281* &■ I.brtdon Chartered Bank.';........12,08f> ID Union Unnk.17,2^9 3 , priontalDruik. 7,303 11' Total shipped by banks.. ....109,201 2 There lias been no change yet announced in the rates of ex. change; but It is likely that a fall will be dcclarcd by the .banks during tho current week, possibly immediately after tho sailing of tho Kent Thftre has been n brisker trade doing by houses #onnected Tvitli tho goldfields, and drays havo boon loaded moro freely. This "is, however, not felt to any,extent in the general market, Iho parties forwarding goods being already supplied. Tlio following la Messrs. IHat and Son'* report of tho money m...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE ELECTORAL LIST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE ELECTORAL LIST. TO THE EDITOIl OP THE DESUIOO ADVEJtTISBIl. J>j\ar Sir,—Cim you inform ruo and others of yourrcadora why no notices hftvo boon issued by llio authorities respecting tho diggers registering their names on tin; .Electoral List—or, is it necessary to do so? I was informed by some ono at tlio Camp, some tluio ago, that the Kloctoral List would soon bo up from Melbourne, nn<l again, that it wus not, tb*y supposed, neiessary to register, in addition to being possessed of the miner's right; but having seen, from ths Ballurat 'Times,' that tho authori ties there are using exertions to have thy digger*' inixnes regis tered on the Electoral List, I was somewhat auxicus to know why the s uno \v;is not done on lJendigo, if necessary at It'illurnt. I llud by the Act, that unless our names are registered by tho loth of the present month (September), wo will lm disqualified from votlug at the forthcoming clcctlous, and, if this Is the case...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

ROBEBT 1UINER. "William Brew, mail .lolin F. Dwyer.—There arc letters lying for you at the ... jnfiloe of this piip-.r.

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