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AUSTRALIAN MINERS SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

AUSTRALIAN MINERS' SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION. The adjourned meeting of the preliminary com I mittee took place, according to,advertisement, on' 'Thursday evening Inst, at the Bendigo Hotel. Tlio meeting was well and moat respectably at tended. Mr. Panton, having taken tlid chair, stated that it g;ive Iiim pleasure to preside over any meeting1 Which would tend to the advancement of the in terests of this district. Not having been present at the last meeting, he was not in <i position to noint out to them rtll the obiects to 6e obtained by «wrying out this association, nnd he would therefore call ftp on Mr. Thomson ttf eijpliin them for him. Mr. Thomson th'en l'ose, and in a most dfabo | rate and excellent speech, which wa9 receive# with' the greatest applause, set forth the advantages to be derived from tire miners' uniting ii> the' prose cution of a correct knowledge of the reefs, and all matters pertaining to tKterfr, the nest is tinner of working auriferous quartz'; Mid...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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OFFICIAL MEMOBANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

OFFICIAL MEMOBANDA. Number of Miners'. Rights issued during week ending 22nd December...... 48 Do. of Business Licenses do 5 at £2 20 0 Do. do. do ,. 1 „ 5 0 0 Do. do. do 4 „ 10 0 0 Do. Protection Tickets, d» Nil. Amount of gold left on deposit in Gold Office during the game period, 914 ozs. 10 dwts. Do. cash do. do., i."2'U. Do. gold withdrawn, do., 0C5 ozs. Balance in Gold Office on 22nd instant, 14,018 oza. Sold and £2,130. .Amount of gold and cash forwarded per Escort on Wednesday, the 20th instant:—Sondlinrst, 11,401 ozs. gold and £3,015 cash. The Escort did not leave as usual on Tuesday, on ac count of its lielog Christmas Day. Escort left on Wed- • neaday morning at 5 o'clock.

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LOT NEXT THE BENDIGO HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

LOT NSXT THE BENDT.GO MOTEL. The following answer 1ms V.ecn received from the Government to the petition recently forwarded relative co the sole of a certain portion of ground adjoining tho Bciwligd tiofel:— Surveyor-.Gfinernl'a Office, Melbourne, " December SO, 1805. " Sir,—-I have to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 18tli instant, addressed to tjic Chief Secretary, con cerulrig a Memorial from the Residents of Sandhurst re«nrt«tiiig the Withdrawal from sale of allotment 1 a. of Feotion 24 c., advertised to be sold at Sandhurst on the 31 Jt instant-; " III lepf,1' I have to.inform you that a statement of tho rircamsiihees in this case together with tho correspon «lenceyW' thfi-subject has been transmitted to the Stipen diary Vjjjjjfistrate, who has been instructed accordingly. •' I have the honor to be, sir, " Your most abedient servant, " (For the Surveyor-General,) " WILLIAM II. BUCKLEY. Alfted England, Esquire, Sandhurst."

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. . . The past week being CIiristma9, business lias been quite at a standstill. The iirst day's sale of the Colouifll Gold Company took place yc-aterclny, when vre disposed of three -engines—10-horse power, 12 do. do., 5 do. do..; also, all the machinery, &c. This day we disposed of the cottage, load, furniture, &c. ■ ' Flour since ourlnst report-is rather firmer; late low rales have caused some.little inquiry. Oats (Scotch).—Lower sales huve come under' our notice at Os. .. ■ Bran.—Steady at the.quota turns. Rice.—Firm. Hay (Oaten).—Our market has. been rather bare, tvhic.li has caused an advance of £2 per ton. .Flour.—Adelaide, £15 per tun; Chilian, £42 do., Oats.—Scotch, 0s. 3d. to Os. 6d. per bushel; ; Co lonial, 10s. (Id. Bran.—4s. per bushel. Hay.—Oaten, £15 per ton. Rice.—Patna, £85 per ton. . Sugar.—Mauritius, dark, i08 per ton ; yellow do., ill do ; Cossipore, 5d. per lb. Candles.—Belmont, Is: 9d. per lb. Pickles.—Pints, 10s. lid. per...

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THE ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

TIIE ESTIMATES. The Estimates for 1850, laid upon the table of the Legislative Council on Friday last, is now before us. The revenue is estimated nt .£2,708,000, and the expen diture nt £2,792,152, leaving a deficiency of £53,552, which it is proposed to meet by a temporary loan, with out interest, from the Poundage Fund. The estimated revenue is made up of the following items, which we compare with the amounts actually received iu 1854:— Estimated . Actual receipts Customs .. .. . Gold .. .... . Port and harbor dues Licenses Postage Assessment on stock. Fines and forfeitures. Fees of office , Land.. .. Miscellaneous'.. in 1850. £1,475,000 75,000 530,000 108,000 ■ 50,000'' 75,000. 35,500 01,000 755,000 23,500 in 1851. £353,508 1G C 423,787 14 1 47,312 19 8 151,402 14 10 60,940 4 7 03,850 , 3 7 57,008 3 0 47,802 8 3 72&.050 13 7 ' 48,773 5 1 Total .£2,738,000 £2,480,802 3 2 We presume that the Estimates for 185G ore founded upou the average yield in most cases of the past thr...

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MELBOUHNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

SIELBOUHNE. . Thursday* The gold market is very flat, and some brokers are only giving i.'3 lis. Od., owingto the unfair lengths to which competition is carried by the bnnks, in disposing of the precious metal. It would, appear tliat we are oil the eve of a further decline in the exchanges, as drafts on London are iipw 'licgo tinted in many instances at 1 per cent, discount. The entries for shipment to-day consisted of 2510 ounces for Sydney, and 74 ounces for Englund.' . . : . Business in general continues quite on a holiday icale, and no transitions worth notice are reported.

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MELBOURNE. (frou ouk own- correspondent.) 26th December, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

MELBOURNE. (frou ouk own- correspondent.) 26th December, 1855. Christmas, in bad times, has for the first time presented itself to the great majority of us, who have fouud our way to this colony since the dis covery of gold. As a faithful narrator of what is said and done, I am bound to say that the present are bad times. So many people tell me so, and have been so long repeating this interesting piece of intelligence, that against my own convictions I have been from time to time inclined to surrender my own.opinion, and to adopt that of the croakers, who, like the native frogs, make so much noise in dinning their complaints into our ears. iSever •theless, all that I can say, is, that if the' Devil of bad times is amongst us, he is not half as,black as lie's painted ; and if he is never more ill-natured than he is at present, we can afford to eat, drink, and be merry without molestation. The poor Governor appears to be the only man absolutely in the sulks. The intricate and laboriou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

FlUDAY,-4th JANUAUY. LMACPHEP.SON & CO. liaTO rocoivcd positive in- j structions to sell by public auction, if not pre viously disposed of by private contract, on Friday, 4th January, 1850, All that piece or parcel of land situated in the Township of Mairing, Myers' Flat, and •within one hundred yards'of the Kace ' " Course, being allotment 7, section 2,—99 ■acres fenced in with a strong po3t and rail fence, with Slab Cottage ercctcd thereon, containing four rooms, 12 x 12. Also a Beautiful Garden, under cultivation, '/ . Goats, fowls Spring cart and horso ■ v liray and harness, -with sundry other things, -.-too numerous to mention. 772jan4 "" p : THIS DAY. Jones's Horso Repository, Pall Mall. S JONES will sell by auction, this day,— » ■ Draught, hack, and light harness horses. Sale at hall-past eleven, A.M. 1530 SCHEDULE of CROWN LANDS at' present pro claimed for Salo in the Sandhurst District, colony of Victoria, describing the situation of the various lota, nature of soil...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1855. SANDHURST MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PttOQRESSIOS, OCR IltQnTS,. AND OlJli BE800B0ES.' SATURDAY, DECEMBER'29, 185.5. SANDHURST. MUNICIPALITY. Considerable interest is excited by the question, of establishing a Municipality in Sandhurst, now brought once more before the public, after having been condemned to oblivion for six months by the stormy public meeting in last June. The ghost thus exorcised, has been duly laid for the ap pointed time, and it now walks the earth again, to the horror of a few of our residents with super stitious tendencies. It is to be presumed that during these six months the utmost pains liave been taken by all parties to make themselves ac quainted with the merits of the question. Delay was asked for in order to deliberate. The gentle men who opposed the establishment of a munici pality, only did so, because they were not prepared for its leception—because, they wanted time for consideration—not because they were absolutely opposed to municipalities in general, or to a S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

"ITTANTED.—A Gentleman of steady habits wishes W to obtain Lodgings with a <]niet respectable family, where he can have a room entirely to himself. Apply L. L., office of this paper. 677o TO MASTER BAKERS. WANTED by a respectable Yonng Man, a Sitnafion' as second hand. Direct to W. W., offiee of this paper. 4dec29 "TTTANTED a Situation by a professed Cook from YV Paris. Address G. L., office of this paper. 6dec29 TT7"ANTED.—Two Young Ladies (French) ore de W sirom of obtaining a Sitiratronln a respectable Dressmaker's Establishment. They are conversant with the English language, and here > thorough know ledge of their business. Address W. Z., office of this paper. 7dec29 VANTED by a clever Young English Woman, a Situation: in a business, 01 to fill any light capa city where trust and confidence are required, Address Miss Wilton, care of Mr.Lansoll, View Point, Bendigo. 8dec29 ANTED a Steady Man as Mat# to dijj on Ben di™o. Apply this day, at the new wheelwright'! shop,...

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THE BENSON CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

' ; - THE BENSON- CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Btndigo Advertiser. Sir,—I have no wish to pry, into the motives which dictated your publishing the letters of Mr. Benson, in Thursday's issue of your paper, whether you did so through an amiable weakness or other wise." But I, in common with a large number of ■persons, 'very much regret that any sueli letters should have been written by a representative of Bendigo, and still more that they should have been 'published to the world. Well meaning old gentlemen may indite meaningless epistles to My Lord This, or Ilis Grace That, whose head ilunky they had the honor of liob-a nobbing with twenty years ago, and the said noble- I men may peruse such epistles or consign them to I the appropriate keeping of the waste basket till j doomsday if they like, without raising the ire of; your humble servant; and certainly, I believe,,; without causing any intense, interest on the part of J the public of Bendigo. But representatives of Ben- i d...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE POUT OK MliLHOUUNJ AIUUVKl). December 2:3.—Black Swan, s.s.s., from Lnuneeston, 22ud instimt, with thirty-one par-^i'i::;cr.-: ;' iJniT.i Hurra, s.s.s., from Adelaide instant, with one hundred and seventeen passengers. December 21 —Wamtnli, A. S. N. Co,'a s.s., from Syd ney 20th instant, two passengers. December as.—City .ol'Sydney, A. S. N. Co.'s s.s.s., from Sydney 22iul instant, with thirty-live passengers ; Cullender, schooner, from .Sydney 13th instant ; Sym metry, ship, from Tulciihuuno 14th September, und Sydney loth hit taut; I'enellit, from HnWt Town, with one hundred and sixty-lhiee passengers. December 26*—Gem, schooner, from Morpeth instant; Eleizer, schooner, from Dog Island; Gipsy Bride> ship, from Liverpool lUth Liverpool, with two hundred und fifty-live passengers; \V"i!lium 3Iy<1e, barque, from Canterbury, K.35. !)th itlt., with one pas senger ; Don Pedro II., barque, from HMmri Town fiflrd instant, with cightcoiz jwwstfHgors; Mai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

Sandhurst Directory, iA.Bn.DB . OF FFCC, Pike's Building. Pull Mull, jfx behind'the Post-office.—Messrs. Mit'ckav and Co., 'HoleM»ents 1'or the 'Ar<*ijs,' on Bendigo, receive: adver 'tisomontB and milw»riptions. ' 'Do, ' A DELAIDE OUSBItVEU Oli'FICK.—Gold bought. J~L Amalgamated Gold Smelted. ltOe 11 EllIC AN pOUSE. REST A U RA N T, George Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on the table "at one o'clock. ' 5523 ,fai>3l BENDIGO HQTEIj, Bridge-street. John Harney, proprietor. • Boarding ami pa? school.—Mrs. nirchnU.'j Mitchell-street, S.milhrtrat, cottage above tlio resi? | floncnot'L. MacpWuon, Esq. 520foh27 ' 'f\ 0. M'DONAT.t), Lemonade' atid Soik-vater l\)c 'Mim'dfafitai'Cr, 'Mcrnc-street. 'Late C.„hU(l J, jKDonnld. ^wflir& ^OBATilAN, Military ■ Tailor?, Pall V* Mall. . Dccl .. US. WALL & JOHD'AN/'lJoiquPt ami ilaglan Streets, White Hills TLimiot, 7th-Wlute Hill. W. haycock, "Weighbriilga lJrnpri»tor, mid . General Coiiumssion At;enf., next the VostOfliee. EOL...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. , We liave to report more favorably of the horse busi ness this week, the demuud greater than-the supply; an unusual circumstance in this market. Stannoh, low eet, nnggetty horses are in great demand ; light har ness horses are looking up also. Tift unusual depressed state this market was laboring under for soine time past lias prevented holders from • briuging. iu. fresh stock, consequently our supply is limited. We would now recommend parties who have well conditioned stoek to dispose of to try this market. We ore confident they could be moved off at remunerative rates. We disposed of sheep and lanibs, by auction, on Mon day last; the former up to 13s.; the ialter-al-7s; Our quotations for horses are as follows:— • Common hacks, £0 to £18 ; good do. and light har ness, i£20 to £30 5 gyod-draught, £35 to £50; heavy do., nominal. w' Tip carts, £22. '• . . • > " ' L. ALYCPHERSON & CO., Auctioneers, ; , Horse Bazaar, Pall Mall. ' December SSilt, 1855...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, . Friday Evening. * The price of gold remains firm at £3 lis. 6d. per.oz.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

BIRTH. On the 25th inst., at Sheep's Head Gully, Mrs. Wm. Tupper    of a daughter.

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FIERY CREEK. (From a Correspondent of the Herald.) 21st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

FIERY CREEK. {From a Correspondent of the Herald.) 21st December. Yesterday morning considerable excitement was caused by the report that a murder had been committed in broad daylight, and on inquiry it turned out that a Mr. Dulany had been shot in the head by a Dr. Blount, and after lingering till nine o'clock this evening had expired. This morning Dr. Blount was brought up be- fore the stipendiary magistrate, charge by Acting Sergeant M'Nally with shooting at, with intent to kill, one James Dunlany. After the deposition of Dunlany had been read by the clerk, which stated in effect that during a quarrel between Dr. Blount and Mr. Hayden, the former had said, "If you attack me, I will shoot you," and that the ball had struck the deponent.     Sergeant M'Nally deposed to having arrested     the prisoner, who tried twice to escape, and who had in his hand when arrested a bottle labelled " Hodrocyanic acid." When the prisoner was arre...

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DOGS IN CHURCHES. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

DOGS IN CHURCHES. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) SIR — Will you please inform me, through the medium of the columns of yonr paper, whether it is reasonable and consistent for persons to make a practice of bring- ing their dogs to church, particularly after having been repeatedly and politely requested by the Minister to abstain from so doing. In my opinion, such conduct adds neither to the respectability nor sagacity of such parties. A CHURCHMAN. MIS- STATEMENT.— Mr. Bratenahl, M.D., desires us to correct a mis-statement in his letter published a few days since. The surgeon called on by him to assist in the accouchement case at Myers' Flat, was Surgeon Keiran, and not Dr. Sorley as stated. PUBLIC ACCOUNTS.— The Colonial Treasurer announ- ces in Wednesday's Gazette that imprests for salaries and allowances for the current month will be made in the usual manner, and enjoins heads of departments to make immediate application for such money as will be sufficient. BALLARAT.— ...

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MARYBOROUGH. (From• the Argus Correspondent,) 22nd December, 1855. I [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 December 1855

MARYBOROUGH. (From the Argus Correspondent,) 22nd December, 1855.   This district has fully participated in the violent   thunder-storms which, it appears, have visited the gold-fields generally, but happily without those disastrous results detailed by your Ballaarat cor- respondent.   I am happy to observe there is a decided and healthy improvement in the trade of this place, owing chiefly to the various rushes in the neigh- borhood of the old Daisy Hill and Back Creek, as well as the return of a large number of diggers from Fiery Creek, who are locating themselves at their old haunts, in the vicinity of the Alma and Adelaide lead, from which latter place there has been a rush to Copper-nose Gully, so called from the hue imparted to the nasal organ of some store keeper's man resident there, by the too free use of brandy. This is a branch from Opossum Gully, about 300 yards east of the head of old Adelaide Lead. ALMA.— A meeting was convened he...

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SALE OF CROWN LANDS At the Criterion Hotel, 31st December, 1855. Town Lots, White Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 January 1856

SALE OF CROWN LANDS At the Criterion Hotel, Hist December, 1855. Town Lots, White Hills. Lot. Area. Price Name of Purchaser. per acre. a. r. p. £ s. d. 2 .. 0 1 20 .. 8 0 0 . John J. W. Fricker 3 .. 0 1 20 .. 18 13. i . . Do. 4 .. 1 0 0 ..24 0 0 . Isaac Edwd. Dtosou 5 .. 0 0 35 .. 30 11 5 . Do. Township of Axedale. 15 .. 0 1 36 .. 8 0 5 . John Bailhe 10 .. 0 1 22 .. 8 0 8. Do. 17 .. 0 1 33 .. 8 0 8. Do. 18 .. 0 1 38 .. 8 4 3 . Do. 19 .. 0 2 0 .. 8 0 0. Do. Country Lands (Axedule.) 22 ..33 1 12 .. 10 0. Herny Backhaus 2« ..37 3/39 .. 1 0 0. Do. do, 23 Town lots offered. 23 Country lots do.

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