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AUSTRALIAN MINERS' SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

AUSTRALIAN MINERS' SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION. A preliminary meeting of quartz miners was held at the J3endigo Hotel, on Saturday lust, the :32nd inst., for the purpose of taking into consideration the advis ability of the formation of tlii» society, in accordance with an advertitement, signed by Mr. (i. E. Thompson, convener. Mr. Uurrowes having been called to the chair and a provisional committee appointed, Mr. Thompson explained the advantage of the proposed institution at length, and introduced the following clauses, which, after some discussion, were severally passed in tlio fol low ing order 1st.—That an Association ho formed to he called the Australian Minors' Scientific Association, for the purpose of collecting nil data having relation to the prolit:ible working of alluvial sinkings, together with the various l) airiceB containing tlio precious ami linger metals, lind.—Tiie formation of niubeums, to contain peolopi cal and mincralogical specimens, models of machinery, sectional...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

MR. JOHN N. JIACAliTNKY, Bridge, First White Hill. 1ms been uppoiulud our agent for llie White > Hills district. MR. II. T. J AMI'S, High-street. lloiutieolp, is ap pointed Qiir ii^ent for tlio Jl'Ivor, Gonlburn'and Murray districts, liy whom subscriptions and advertise ments will bo received.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, 20th December. The Speaker took the chair at three o'clock. RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, 30th December. The Speaker took' the chair at three o'clock. , RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS. Tint Cliief Secretary rose and said,—Sir, before tlie House proceeds to transact any business, I deem it mv duty to announce to lion, members that, in consequence of the vote given by this House last night, the members iif the Government have thought it their duty to tender" 'ih'eir resignations to his Excellency, and that we hold office now merely until further arrangements have been made. (Hear, bear.) Of course it will be my duty to withdraw all business—all Government business ; and I shall therefore move the postponement of all Biich busi ncss as is not merely of a formal character until the necessary arrangements are made for earning on the Government of the country. With regard to the esti mates , a pledge has been given by the Government that they should be laid on the table of the House, and it is our dutv. at all events, to redeem that nlcdce. Conse tjuoi...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1853, CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

THE BEHDKO ADVERTISER. FR0QBESB10N, OUtt RIGHTS, AJfD OUrt BEBOOIiOES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1853, CHRISTMAS, No holiday during the whole year's round is fraught with such delightful associations as Christmas, The very sound of the word is redo lent with beautiful memories which cause the heart to thrill beneath their gush. Like an enchanter's wand the sound conjures up scenes of joy and of gladness in our Fatherland. The snow lies thickly on the ground, and covers everything with its white mantle—the air is keen and pierc ing, and within doors happy families throng round the genial fire. It is the time conse crated to the re-union of friends—the outpouring of the current of cordial love and friendship which creates such an atmosphere around, that inanimate tilings reflect the genial smile, and Nature as well as Man seems to enjoy Christ-' mas. Again, at the sound appears the table groaning under the appropriate dishes of the sea son, we see liappy groups of youngsters at play, and ...

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M'lVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, December 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

M'lVOR, (from our own correspondent.) Heathcote, December 22. The great event of the week in this our quiet little township, hps, of course, been the ball in aid of the Patriotic Fund, which took, place at the.Hcathcote Hotel on the 20th instant. It was attended with the most complete success, and not even the Metropolis itself could have furnished forth a more elegant and sumptuous supper table than that set before us by our worthy and spirited host of the Ileathcote, Mr. James Hay. The ball-room was t-istefully decorated with the flags of the allied powers, between which appeared the magic words Alma," " Inkenhann," " Svea bovpr," &c. &c., each iuterveninc space beinc filled with 'festoons of ilowers and evergreens, supplied from the gardens of the various gentlemen in the neighborhood. An excellent band'was in attenil •mce, to -whose enlivening strains about 150 •' gallant knights and ladies fair" indulged in the " poetry of motion" until a late, or father an earl...

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"CHILD STEALING." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

" CHILD STEALING." It is, no doubt, extremely gratifying to a chivalrous journalist to make an excellent good market by a racy attack upon a Stipendiary Magis trate, or aiiv of tlioae gentlemen whose position lenders them important, and Bheds a reflected luntre upon the daring assailant. We, ourselves, plead guilt/ tp the soft Lurpeachjmsni of upt being above tlfc weakness of attacking gentlemen in official position—that is, when there is any good reason for so doing. And we think" that onv columns bear testimony to the fact, that even a M'Lachlan is not sacred-from our condemnation when he hasdeserved it. But we always deem it necessary to have facts to go upon. We see nothing in the abstract idea of a magistrate and prisoners who are brought before him, which realises a Judge Jeffreys and his victims. We believe that Magistrates are es sential requisites in a community, as long as people will commit crimes. And we think that it is the duty of all men to support the magistrate in t...

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FURTHER ENGLISH NEWS. OFFICIAL DETAILS OF THE FALL OF SEBASTOPOL, &c. GEN. SIMPSON'S OFFICIAL DESPATCH. (From the London Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

FURTHER ENGLISH NEWS. OFFICIAL DETAILS OF THE FALL OF SEBASTOPOL, &e. GEN. SIMPSON'S OFFICIAL DESPATCH. (From the London Gazette,) War Department, Sept. 22.—Major tlie Hon. Leicester Curzon arrived this morning with a despatch from General Simpson 'to Lord Panmure, of which the following is a copy :— j Before Sebastopol, Sept. 9. i My Lord,—I had the honor to apprise your ! Lordship, in m\' despatcli of the 4th instant, that the Engineer and Artillery officers of the allied armies had laid before General Pelissier and my self a report recommending that the assault should be given on the 8tli instant, after a heavy fire had been kept up for three days. This arrangement I agreed to, and I have to congratulate your lordship on the glorious result of the attack of yesterday, which has ended in the possession of the town, dockyards, and public buildings, and destruction of the last ships of the Russian ileet in the Black Sea. Three steamers alone remained, and the speedy capture ...

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SANDHUEST MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

SANDHUEST MUNICIPALITY. The following communication with respect to the establishment of a Municipality in Sand hurst, and to the arrangements for the publu meeting on the 10th of January, has been re ceived by Mr. Bissill, who has manifested a verv praiseworthy interest in this mutter, and hi' taken considerable trouble to bring the questior. of a municipality before the public ngain. It will be observed, by'advertisement in this day's issue, that a public meeting is duly convened for the 10th proximo. Chief Secretary's Office. Melbourne, 18th December, 18(55. Sir,—I liavo the honor to acknowledge the receipt o your letter of the Kith instant, enclosing a memorial ti il}s Excellency the Governor, signed by ten persons win lmd signed the petition for the establishment of Sand hurst as a municipality, requesting the appointment o" a chairman to preside atn public meeting to be convened in accordance with the Act (18 Vict. No. IS.) 2.. In reply I have to inform you that the memorial w...

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COUNCIL PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

COUNCIL PAPER. Mount Alexander and Branch Roiuls on the Goldficlds —Beturn of Appropriations and Expenditure :— EXPENDITURE ON MAIS AND lilUNCfl BOADS. Mount Alexander—Melbourne to Castlemnine.—In 1851, .£709; 1852, £38,8-18 5s. Od.; 1853, £289,750 (is. lid.; 1804, £117,830 His.2d.; 1805,£132,121) Ilia. Total, £5(10,001 Is. 7d. Avocn.—In 1805, -E203. Bnllaamt and Custleiimine.—In 1853, £2-17 18s.; 1854, £105 0s.; 1805, £03 10a. Total, £W(i 13s. Bendigo.—Iu 1803, £17,-120 Cs. lid.; 1854, £18,23-1 ltis. 3d.; 1800, £2,124 13s. lid. Total, £37,779 17a. Id. ' Fryer's Creek.—In 1853, ,£114 7s Od; 1854, £2,238 0s 8d; 1855, £411 12s 8d. Total, £-4,701 7s Id. Maiden's Punt.—In 1803, £1,000 ; 1804, £707 17s lOd; 1805, £7 8s. Total, £1,775 5s lOd. Mount Koroug.—In 1853, £101 17s ; 1854, £7,009 18s; 1805, £0,223 5s. Total, £13,398. Tarrangower.—In 1854, £018 2s 4d; 1805, £57. Total, .£670 2s 4d. Total Expenditure.—Formation, -£334,717 4s 9d; maintenance, *£02,050 2s 4d. Total, £(520,7 7 3 Cs li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

TH IHiSDAY "and PlJI D A Yi ~ 27 th "and -28th"" DECEMBER.' To Capitalist?, Quartz Companies, Miners, Parties " ~ seeking'Investment, and 0ther3. jGfreat Positive and Unreserved Salo Or the Colonial Gold Company's Works, • •.*■> ' Tth White Hill; Sandhurst. T MACPHERSON & CO. have received instrue JJ■ , tions from Thomas' Comer, Esq., Manager, Colonial Gold Company's Works, Sandimrst, to sub mit for positive and unreserved sale at miction, Tliufsday and Friday, 27th and 28th December, all that parcel of land now in tlie occnpation of the Company; situated at the Hamlet of White Hills, with nil buililings erected thereon, togethor with a large assortment of mining machinery, tools, and stores of (ill descriptions. The land is sub-divided as follows:— Lot 1 —Frontage 170 feet to Cambridge CrcST cent, (main road to Campaspe ltivor,) by a depth of 408 feet, nnd frontage on private road ' 372 feet, on which is erected a magnificent .. brick cottage, (Ilill Cottage,) unequalled...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) During the last week the great quantity of water which fell in heavy thunder showers was of material benefit to our miners; a large quantity of water was preserved in dams, and machines, for some days idle, are again able to resume work with a good six weeks' supply of water. Owing to the rates, this has not generally been taken advantage of. Perhaps the owners having parted with their horses for the summer months may, in some mea sure, also account for this. On the Back Creek we notice no less than a dozen machines idle, while each of them has some water in the dams. The Chinese are taking advantage of this unexpected fall of rain, and on Sunday last might be seen in various directions wending their way in long streams to the divers portions of the diggings. A jrush has taken place to near tjie head of Spring Gully, at which many are working. The gold in this locality is heavy and water-worn. We have seen several handsome nuggets, wh...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. AT THE HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

SHIPPING IMT$LIitttliNC!i l'oirr of mklboukhk. AT THE 11EAD3. December 21.—Dngny Tronin, T'rench Karquo, from | Port Louis, Mauritius 8th May; Cu«snck« American barque, &om New York 10th '.September; Pilot, M?hon-'j per. from Llobnrt Town 1-JiIi instant: Water hilly, schooner, from Circular Head llhh instant, with four pax- ! eteijgers; jHarmony, sehooncr, from N^wgaalle, N.8.W. i "38th instant. December 32.—Mousam, barque, from ITohnrt Town ; l^th; instant, with six passengers; John Bright, ship, 1 from London lJUli August. with nine passengers; Jessie Mnnn. from Liverpool 2nil September; Wunga Wongn, A. S. N-i Co.*8 s.s.s., from Sydney 10th instunc, with eighty-two passengers; lho Grande, Aniericuu barque, from Ciileutta 25th September. December 3:1,—Storm Bird, s.s.r. from Port Albert; Qtteen, s.s.s. from Portland, Port Fairy, find Wiirrnnm bool 82nd iustnnt, with sixty-one jwssougers. sailed, December 21.—City of Holmtt. for Ilobart Town; Havilah, for Adelaide ; Telegrap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

Sandhurst Directory, •delaide observer office.—Gold bought. American house restaurant, Gsorg'e Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on tha table »t one o'clock. 323 jan31 Bend [go hotel, Bridge-atreet. John Harney, > proprietor. BOAliDING and DAI SCHOOL.—Mrs. Birchall, Mitohell-atreet, Sandlvnrst, cottage above the reai dsnoe'oTL. Macplieraon, Ksq, 520fub27 C 'C. M'DON A LB, Lemonade and Soda-wnte. e Manufacturer, M roe-street. Lata C. and J.. M'Banald. COOPER & ROBATIIAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. . Decl BBS. WALL & JORDAN, Bosquet and Raglan . Streets, White Hills Hamlet, 7tfiWliito Hill. /"I W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and V3T. General Commission Agent, next the Post Office. TjOLLINGSWORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper Jp%-( banker, Honse and Sign Painter, Market-square S& G. HOLMES, Ironmongers, Gunsmiths, and » Oil and Colourmen, opposite the Exhibition, M'Crae-street. - janl JACOBS & SOLOMON, Wholesale Store, at the London Mart, Fall Mall. d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

BIRTH. On the 21st instant, at Sandhurst,               the lady of Mr. E. J. Ensor of a son.

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, Dec. 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

LOCAL COURT. k Saturday, Dec. 22nd. Present: The Chairman, Mr. Assistant-Warden Jones; Messrs. Rawlings, O'Conor, Hunt, J ones, Wetherell, and Ilosken. In consequence of a sufficient number of mem bers not being present to form a quorum, the Court did not commence business till 11 o'clock. The Clerk read o letter forwarded by the Clerk of the Local Court of Avoca, enclosing certain | suggested alterations in the Mining Regulations, j and which have already appeared in our columns ; ' ( and one forwarded by him to the Chief Secretary's , office, enclosing the Report adopted by the Court ; | on the Mining Act. I Wm. Trevethan v. John Wilson and Isaac , Watts. The plaint was that the defendants would not allow the plaintiff to work, or come to any agree ment. It appeared from the plaintiff's statement that the partnership had been formed on the 29th of September, the plaintiff buying in and paying .£20, a balance of £2 9s. remaining unpaid. . He bought a third share of the puddling mac...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE. A[?] Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 December 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.     MELBOURNE. Argus Office, Saturday Evening.   Gold remains at £3 15s. per ounce, Duty was paid during the day on 15,875 ounces, for export to England by the clipper ships Lightning, Blackwall, and Red Jacket.

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SONG OF THE GOLD DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

SONG OF THE GOLD DIGGERS. Br M. H. P. Hurrah for the free new land ! And hurrah for the diggerB bold 1 And hurrah for the strong unfettered right To search in the hills for gold ! Turn up the sods, niy strong free mates, /.nd dig with a fearless hand; For ;here's not a castled lordling here, lu all this glorious luiul. Dig-, till each siuew Starts like cord— Till every vein is shown ; There's a mighty strength in our beating hearts, We are toiling for our owu. Dig, till each pore its tribute gives Wliich the burning forehead craves, But never a lingering look cast buck To the land where we were 3la . es. Breathe for a moment, one gliul breath, Throw up the shadeless brow; Where is the paid task-master's eye f We were never men till now !— Men with a right to toil, Men with a right to speak ! And a strength we will never use, pUasit God, To trample down the weak ! Oil ! briglitly glenm9 the ore • In the digger's cradle rocked ; But 'tis found in a bank-till free to all In a coffer al...

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LOCAL COURTS. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

LOCAL COURTS. To the Editor of the Bcndtgo Advertise ft Sir,—Willi the prospoct of mi early election for the Loi'fil Ctfurt, and at a tiirtc' ifhert the legislature is con sidering what alterations shtfafil lie inade to mako Local Courts on tlie goldtieldo a ti'iie useful and efficient; institution than lias hitherto'Steeri the Case; perhaps it' would not be inopportune to request your attention to a few suggestions.' on this sahject, with a viiw to proroko general discussion aa to what legislation wotilil ba required to render Shtese bodies of tlie greatest pousiblo benefit. ' , I apprehend I shall Hot he' gainsaid, if 1 adketl that although several useful aquations llnVc dihannted from these Courts, vet they have nri^U'eStionably come nlibrfc of what might liave been effected nMfei' diffefentfcirCum stances. To some extent, tills failure lias poasiwy imsen irora want of experience iu llie members of the" courts/ Undoubtedly tbe short codings are much diie^tb thfi crude and indefin...

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VICTORIAN INQUISITION. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

VICTORIAN INQUISITION. (To the Editor of the Bcndh/o Advertiser.) Sir,—I perceive in your issue of the 20tH instant that ray " temperately-written letter1' has called forth another article from you 011 the above 'subject* and of a temperature very mucli improved upon the virulence wbicl} charac terised your former production. It would appear that you have taken fright at-some bugbear or another which has no existence, except in your own imagination. Where do you find a. parallel between the manifesto of the Sabbath Observance Society and the doings of the Spanish Inquisition, the dogmatic assumption of the Council of Trent, or the Irish priestly denunciations from the altar ? So extremely far-fetched and • ridiculous must they appear to' your intelligent readers, that to take any notice of them will seem super fluous. Put since I deny the similitude I will also "give yon my reasons: The moilus operandi of the Sabbath Observance Society is moral suasion—that of the Spanish Inquisitio...

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ORIGINAL AND SELECT POETRY. THE FALL OF SEBASTOPOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

ORIGINAL AND SELECT POETRY. THE FALL OF. SEBASTOPOL. Hosanna to the Lord of Hosts, who crowns With glorious triumph the united arms Of native England and allianccd France ! Sing, mifistrels, sing ! recount the martial prowess Of our heroic Crimean conquerors ! ltecite the dauntless intrepidity, Indomitable fortitude, and patient Endurance of unprecedented horrors, Which, under Providential guidance, wrought The mighty, memorable vanquishment Of Eussia's vaunted fort—Sebastopol. Itejoice, Oh Liberty ! thine enemy, Despotic Russia, droops lier lofty crest, And scatters aslies o'er her brow imperiius— Dread shades of Nicholas and Menschikofl", List not her terrible discomfiture ! In icy regions of the knout and wheel Beigns universal consternation, To find our Allied banners proudly floating O'er frowning battlements so lately deemed To all hostility impregnable. Oh ! may tlic salutary lesson learned From France and England's stern invincibility Become the welcome lmrbinger of peace— A...

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