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CIRCULATION OF THE LONDON PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

CIRCULATION OF THE LONDON PAPERS. The parliamentary return of the number of stamps issued to the newspapers of the United Kingdom, during the half-year ending the tfOth June, lias been published. As, in consequence of the repeal, during the present session, of the compulsory stamp-duty on newspapers, it will be the last document of the kind which can have any claim to completeness, a greater value tlran usual is attached to it. The following is tho circulation of the daily, morning, and evening journals:— MOUSING I'.ATKnS. , No. of Average Slumps. Daily Cir.! The Times 0,175,788 .. 59,10!) Morning Advertiser .. .. 1,034,018 0,608 Daily News .. .. .. .. 823,000 .. 6,323 Morning Herald .. .. .. fiS+,000 .; 3,574 Morning post .. .. .. 405,000 ... 3,000 Morning Chronicler .. .. 401,000 2,690 EVENING FAPEna. Globe . 510,000' ... 3,4Sa Sim .. .. .378,000 • 8,438; Standard .. .. .. 203,000 .. 1,303 The following is the list of the political weekly papers published at the price of Od.; and ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1855. THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISES, PROGRESSIONi OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1855, /■ THE PATRIOTIC FUND. We'think it is about time that the Committee appointed to get subscriptions in aid, of the Patriotic Fund should -bring their labors to a close, unless they think it desirable to make further efforts to add to the amount already contributed. The recent intelligence of the fall of Sebastopol, and of the dreadful carnage which has attended it, may in public opinion furnish excellent good reason for making further efforts to raise assistance on behalf of those unfortunate suffer , ere who have had their hope and their etay stripken down by the ruthless bolts of war. Oar charity should not be a convulsive, desultory, manifestation, but .in abiding sentiment. Here, at a distance from the thunders of the war— enjoying all the blessings of peace—let us show tljat -we are not unmindful of our good fortune,' and not ungrateful to those noble hearts who sus tain our country'...

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REPORTED DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS IN THE FIELD. Hamburg, 27th Sep. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

REPORTED DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS IN THE FIELD/ Hambunr, 37tli Sep. -The following despatch has been received here, ' dated St. Petersburgii, Sep. 2G :— | Prince Gortschakoff reports under date of the 23rd instant as follows :—•' The enemy lias landed 20,000 men at Euphoria, and he has now 30,000 ; men on our flank. Yesterday he attacked our infantry, who retreated to the heights over Iiusta." j PkiJfcr. Menscijikoff.—:A Polish lady writes from Warsaw—" Prince Menscliikoff is at Moscow, in "a monastery, to which he or his own accord I retired. This last fai'tl)as never been mentioned in any foreign paper."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

"THURSDAY ,<nd Fill DAY, 27 th and ,28th DECEMBER, ' , . To Capitalists, Quartz Companies, Miners, Parties seeking Investment, and Others. ' " Great Positive) and Unreserved Sale Of the Colonial Gold Company's Works, ' ' 7th "White Hill, Sandhurst. LMACPHT3RSON & CO. have received instrue • tions from Thomas Comer, Esq., Manager, Colonial Gold Company's Works, Sandhurst, to sub mit for positive and unreserved salo at auction, Thursday and Friday, 27th and 28th December, all that parcel of land now ia the occupation of the Company, situated at the Hamlet of White Hills, with all buildings erected thereon,.together with a largo assortment of mining machinery, tools, and stores of A11 descriptions. Tho land is sub-divided as Follows:— Lot 1—Frontage 176 feet to Cambridge Ctes cent, (main road to Campaspe River,) by a depth of -108-feet, and frontage on privatoroad -372 feet, on which is erected ft magnificent • brick cottage, (Hill Cottngo,) unequalled in Sandhurst, ...

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GOVERNMENT OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

GOVERNMENT OF VICTORIA. Tub following letters, addressed by Mr. Benson, M.L.C. for Bendigo, to the Earl of Carlisle and Sir W. Moleswortli, respecting the government, or rather misgovcrnment, of the Inst few years, have been placed in our hands, and we now give them the publicity of our columns, It is gratify ing to find that our representative is taking steps to make the true state of affairs in this colony known in England, though, beyond the probable publicity which the communication is likely to have, wo do not see that much benefit will result from it, Sir W. Molesworth is certainly a liberal politician, and, from his present influential position, considerable good would accrue from his making himself more intimately acquainted with the administration of affairs in Victoria tlian colo nial Ministers usually are, Melbourne, Dec. 8th, 3855, To the Right Honorable the Earl of Carlisle, My Lord,— I have presumed to address your Lordship in consequence of my being the representative...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. LATE INQUEST CASE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. 'late inquest case. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) Sir,—Truly your quotation is apt, apropos tie bottcr, ns a Frenchman would say. I havo heard that Teaterdon Church Steeple had something to do with the formation of'the Goodwin Sands, and though I cannot exactly see ho'iv they were connected I dm not bold enough to say I doubt it. I had always thought that ths conversation of the Clowns over Ophelia's grave arose from a dispute as to her worthiness to be buried in eonsccrated grouud, it being the custom in those days (as you know) to in hume suicides at cross-roads; and I always gave Clown No. 1 credit for the manner in which lie (to use a colo nial plirase) shuts up Clown No. 2, hut never oould draw the inference from their convorsjitiou that suicide was 8t all allied \vitj; manslaughter. Bnt to come.-to the point, it appeared, Mr. Editor, that in the short spnco of eight weeks you have wonderfully altered your opiuiou; for you say on the 3rd No...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

WANTED a Dressmaker, noni but a good hand need apply, at J. Samuels & Co., opposite the Block Swan Hotel. C42c WANTED.—A Gentleman of steady habits wishes to obtain Lodgings with a quiet "respectable family, where he can hare a room entirely to himself. Apply L. L., office of this paper. 6"7c VANTED to sell the half-share of a Quartz Claim, sunk 00 feet, good prospects, price JEfiO. Apply at the claim, head of Maiden Gully Reef, Ironbark, nearly opposite Hussler'a crushing machine. 8dec27 . TO BRICKLAYERS, BUILDERS, Ac. "YTTANTED Tenders for the erection of Brick Work W for butcher's shop. Also, Tenders for other work to complete the same. Apply for particulars to Aspinall and Strickland, butchers. Bridge-street. 2dec27 ■\Tt7"ANTEL), an active Youth as Porter, &c. Apply Vt at W. Bickinbotham's, Poll ftjall. 4dec27 VANTED, a good general 'Blacksmith. Apply to John M'Crae, blacksmith, Bagle Hawk. 788dec27 \\[ ANTED a Housekeeper. Apply at the London W Library. Odec27 T...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) December 21st, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

MELBOURNE. (JPKOM oun OWN COKRESPONDEST.) December 21st, 1856. The debate on the question of the ballot on Wed nesday last, has terminated in the adoption of secret voting, the members being thirty-three for, and twenty-live against the motion. An analysis of the votes shows that the great majority of the representative numbers were in favor of the ballot; find in that view the decision must be regarded as the expression of the popular voice. On the other hand it must be admitted that the people neither bv petitions nor public meetings made any em phatic demonstration in its favor. As, however, all the members from the mining districts voted in the majority, whose constituents are least amenable to undue influences, it is but J&iir to infer that con stitiiencies, less favorably circumstanced, will approve a mode of voting which is regarded as a protection to the dependant voter. The minority in every case must give way to the majority,, and accept with'a good grace a measure...

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DIRECTION'S FOR AIDING PERSONS TO ESCAPE FROM PREMISES ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

DIRECTIONS FOR AIDING PERSONS TO ESCAPE FROM PKttMISKS ON FIRE. 1. lie c[ireful to acquaint yourself with tlio best means of exit from the house, both at the top iind bottom. 8. On the first alarm reflect before you net. If in bed at tho time, wrap yourself in n blanket or bedside carpet; open no more doors or windows than are absolutely ne cessary, and shut every door after you. 3. There is always from eight to twelve inches of pure air close to the ground; if you caunot, therefore, walk upright through tho smoke, drop on your hands and knees, and thus progress. A wetted silk liamVkerehief, a pieeo of llnnnc.1, or a worsted stocking, drawn over the face, puriuitu breathing, and, to a gvcut extent, excludes Qje urnoke, i. If you can neither make your way upwards nor downwards, get into a front room. If there is a family, see that they aro nil collected here, and keep the door closed as much as possible, for remember that smoke always follows a draught, end fire always rushes after s...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. CAMP BEFORE SABASTOPOL. (From the Times Correspondent.) Tuesday, Sept. 11,1 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

LATE ENGLISH NEWS.. CAMP BEFORE SABASTOPOL. (From the Timta Correspondent.) Tuesday, Sept. 11,1 a.m. For the last hour a,n exceedingly violent storm has been raging over "the cmnp. The wind is from the southward and eastward, and. blows with such fury as to make the hut in which I ana writing roclf to and fro, and to fill it with fine dust, which flies in through every crevice. The Russians aro very busy with their signals over the Tchemaya. The fires in Sevastopol, fanned by the wind, are spreading fast, and the glare of the.f/iurning city illuminates .the whole arch of the sky towards the northwest, 2 a.m. The storm lias increased in strength, and rain is beginning to full heavily. The most dazzling flames of lightning shoot over the plateau, and light up the camp for an instant; the peals of thunder t^re so short and startling as to resemble, while fiir exceeding the noise, the report of can non. The rain has somewhat lessened the intensity of the Are at Sebastopol; but its flame...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Ill consequence of the non-arrival of the Melbourne newspapers usually forwurtled, aud our utter fuiluro to find it single individual who by any chance had become possessed of ft copy of yestordny's Argus or JTi rnld, we are unable to give our usual summary of Shipping In telligence. We have hee;i given to understand by infor mation recoived from some of the passengers by Cobb's coacli, that the mail ship Scbomlierg hail arrived nt Hobson's Bay, bringing late English news of an impor tant character, which makes the absence of any Mel bourne papers all the more vexatious,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

"Sandhurst Directory. BGUS OFFICE, Pike's Building, Pall Mall, _IX behind the Post-oflice.—Messrs. Maekay and Co., Vole agents for the ' Argus,' on liendigo, rcceive .adver tisements and subscriptions. Oo A DELAIDE OBSERVER Ol'TlOE.—Uold bought. i£X Amalgamated tiold Smelted. 149e MERICAN HOUSE RESTAURANT, George Sinipson, proprietor. Dinner on the table at one o'clock. 323 jiui31 ENtHGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, proprietor. T>OARDiNG atid DA^ SCHOOL.—Mrs. Birclmll, JJ Mftcholl-atreofc, Sandhurst, cottage above the reai 'doiice 6f It. Macphorson, lisq. 520fob27 CO. M'DONALi), Lemonade and Soda-wate. • Jlarfnfaolftrer, M rae-ntreet. Late C. and J. M'Doriald. OOjPJJR & ft O.BATH AN. Military Tailors, Pall Mill.- • ' • Decl e "Zi a to™. WALL & JOKI)AN, -Bosquet and Raglan ^V**8fcreots, White Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill. W. HA.YCOCK, Weighbridgo Proprietor, ..and 'General Comininaion Agent-, next the Post Office. HOLLINQSWORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

H E BEN DIOO ADVERTISER, the first • 1 newspaper on tlio Victoria (loldfields, and the best Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published eteei Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district of Bendigo, the Metropolitan Goldlield of Australia. The Bendigo Advertiser has the most extonsive circulation of any proyinoial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only i't:s oafitaj, of one of the Lahqiist Goi.dfif.lds, i but is l'no mart of the extensive Pastorai, District ' comprising the valleys ol the Loddon and Caiitasi'ie, nnd the wido and fertile plains extending to the Murra». .. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such os are almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony I into a nohle and world-renowned nation. The local ! interests of Bendigo will, of oo...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BENDIGO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BENDIGO MARKET. Business rntlier iliill this week. Flour coming dov.'n in price, owing, 110 doubt, to the recent larfie imports. There is very little variation in the price of oiher poods. The present low rates of carringe is partioularly favorable to parties iu town supplying our market, Summer goods in demand. Prices for the week, viz.:— Flour.—Adelaide, £00 per ton: Chilitm, .012 to £-14 per ton. Oats.—Scotch, 0s. to 10s, per bushel. Bmn.—Is. to 4s. fld. per bushel. liny.—Oaten, £1" to £18 per ton, Chaff.—£30 per ton. Potatoes (New).—£35 to £37 per ton, Onions.—Od. to Hd. per lb. Butter.—Cork, Is. 4d. per lb. Hams.—York, Is. Od.-to Is, fid, per lb, . Pickles.—Piqts, 10s, to lis. per dozen, Sardines, qr. lb.—12s. per dozen. Fruits,—20s. per dozen. Jams.—English, Is. 3d, per bottle, Xigl|t clothing in demand, and jtoaJising remunerative prices. 8, JONES, Auctioneer, Auction Mart, Pall Mall,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

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

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SKETCHES FROM RAFFAELLO'S PORTRAIT GALLERY. (From "the Eureka Stockade.") [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

SKETCHES FROM RAFFAELLO'S PORTRAIT GALLERY. (From "the Eureka Stockade") An angel, however, was sent to the undefended state prisoners. Hayes and myself were the first, who since our being in trouble, did grasp the hand of a gentleman, volunteering to be our friend. James Macphcrson Grant, solicitor, is a Scotch man of middle size, middle height; and the whole makes the inan; an active man of business, a shrewd lawyer, and up to all the dodges of his profession. His forehead announces that all is sound within ; his benevolent countenance assures that his heart is for man or woman in trouble. He hates oppression; so say his eyes. He scorns humbug ; so says his nose. His manners declare that lie was born a gentleman. I very soon gave him hints for my defence, quite in accordance with what I have been stating above, and his clerk took the whole down in shorthand. He encouraged m'e to be of good cheer, "You need not fear," said he, " you will soon be out, all of you." God bless you, Mr....

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STEIGLITZ. (From the Correspondent of the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

STEIGLITZ, (From the Correspondent of the Herald.') | The glowing reports promulgated by the Gee I long Advertiser concerning tlie richness of these i diggings, somewhat corroborated, as they were, by | many visitors to thein, induced n}e to ride over j there on Saturday last. The Steiglitz diggings are situated in the ranges I on the east bank of the Moarabool, about twenty j five miles from Geelong, thirty from Balloarat, I and seven from Meredith. The country between i them and Balloarat is picturesque in the extreme, ! and would have gladdened the heart of Dr. Syn tax ; the soil, although well wooded, is very . fertile, and forest glades alternate with rich open ; plains for nearly the whole distance. After pas : sing the stations of Lal-lal, Egerton, and Wallace's, I one arrives at the Eclipse Inn, one of the prettiest I places in the colony. It is really a treat, even in : this unpoetic colony for the traveller, way-worn, ! dust-stained, and accustomed to the noisy bar j rooms...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 26th December. (Before the Stipendary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 December 1855

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 20th December. (Before tho Stipendary 'MnKiBlrate.) Drunkards.—Only two persons were brought up on charges of drunkenness, and on nccount of the festivities of the season were fined the sum of one shilling each. DESERTER. John Brett was charged by Sergeant Richards with being a deserter from the 12th Regiment, and was remanded. George Nash, »■ gentleman, according to his own sliowing of questionable character, but wlio stated that he was not tliero at his own desire, was again brought up under the Vagrant Act, and discharged with a cau tion. This man was UiKen from the race-course. Thomas Haigh, who had appealed for a character to Messrs. Ladbury and Hemingway, was again brought up, and those gentlemen declining to say anything in his favor, he was sohtenced to one month's imprison ment in the Sandhurst Gaol. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Stn;idish.) A. M'Gregor, who was found guilty, on Saturday last, of robbing from a tent at Epsom ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor of the llendigo Advertiser.) Sir,—For irmny reasons I have not until now tafcenad *antaga of the opportunity afforded by tlie press to plice some importaut facts before the pnblie relative to the deceased Laurence, myself, the testimony of wit. nesses and the verdict of the coroner's jury, &c. &c., one of which rensons was, that I found the press botli hcrfi and at Castlemaine lmd commented on the case, and in doiug so had done me justice in exposing many of tlie acts of those moving aguinst me. It now remains for me to offer tome notice of, and re marks on, the medical treatment and the medical evi dende give by certain members of niy profession. With respect by the medical treatment by rae it wns stated by Dr. Hutchinson at the inquest here and both on my own and Northam's triul at Castlenmine (on eacb occa sion varying 111 his statements on inanv points) tlint the deceased Laurence had, 011 the 2nd November last, extensive in...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday. December 27. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

COURT OF PETTT SESSIONS. '-Thursday. December 27. (Before ilie Stipendiary Magistrate.)1 DiflSiiDERUiEB.—Davis, of Golden-s<j,u*re;. win fined 10a. for being drunk, disorderly and nsjug- obscena • language. . . . Fimiou3 BiniJfr..—Joliu Patterson for this offence was ■ fined £-10 or one month's imprisonment. 1'ig Ownkbb Hewaiie !—John Harnty, of the Bendigo Hotel was fined five shillings for allowing liis pigs to stray in the township.. . Dismissed.—btewart Templetorr vas dismissed on a charge of using obscene language. Disohaceful Assault.—John Barry viiu charged by Klizu Mowmt, a married woman residing in JSapoleon Gully, with a violent assault. It appeared tUut, without provocation, the prisoner linrl, in the absence of lier hus band, used most abominable language to the prosecutrix, aud had ou several o«csv>ioiis kicked her when she was saved irom further abuse by two Moaries who wore re siding in the neighborhood. One of them, an intelligent looking young man, was...

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