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LONG GULLY BRANCH OF THE BENDIGO QUARTZ MINERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 January 1856

LONG GULLY BRANCH OF THE BENDIGO QUARTZ MINERS' ASSOCIATION. On Friday evening a meeting was held at the Admiral Hotel, Long Gully, to organize a branch of the Bendigo Quartz Miner's Association. Mr. Mackenzie, of Windmill reef was called to the chair, and Mr. Hubert McCay was requested to act as secretary. The chairman stated the object of the meeting, and called on Mr. Pollard, who was one of the members of the central committee, deputed to organize the branch, to explain the objects of the association. Mr. Pollard responded to the call, and enumerated the advantages in a political, commercial and scientific point of view, to be derived by the organization, and, seconded by Mr. Henry McCay, concluded by moving— " That this meeting considers the establishment of a branch in Long Gully and its vicinity, to co-operate with the Bendigo Quartz Mining Association desirable," which was carried.   Mr. Sullivan moved, and Mr. King seconded the next resolution, also carried,— "...

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BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 January 1856

BALLAARAT. (SIC) Considerable excitement has been , caused at Ballaarat among the diggers, with reference to the question whe- ther a gully recently rushed, called One-eyed Gully, be- tween Buninyong and Ballaarat, was auriferous or not. A hole had been bottomed in it near the Queen's Arms public house, kept by Mr. Robinson, and according to the Ballaarat Times 3 lbs. weight of gold had been taken out of four buckets of stuff. A rush was the consequence, and all the holes that had been bottomed were shicers,   the diggers looked upon the affair as a hoax got up to benefit the public house in the vicinity, and spoke of lynching the publican. The following account is from the correspondent of the Argus :— One-eyed Gully problem was until yesterday as far from solution as when I last wrote, and the excitement had become so intense that every hour I was expecting intelligence of no ordinary nature. It's all well that ends well, and I have now the pleasurable task of report-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 January 1856

BOARDING and Bay School.—Mrs. Birchall's Es tablishment for voting Ladies will re-open 1st January, 1858, Mitchell-street, Sandhurst. 28janl PRINCESS'S THEATRE. MR. COLEMAN has much pleasure in announcing that the Eminent Prima Donna, MISS CATHERINE HAYES, Will gire her Second, and Last Gr«nd Concert on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 2nd Januart, 1850, Assisted by Mr. Grbgg, Mr. LtalIi, and Mr. Latbhu, Paoo ramus : Part I. Song—" Come with me, I'll dry thy tears lore" Balfe. Mr. Ltai.l. Scena and Air—"Each nerve with fory trembleth" .......Donizetti. Mr. Greoq. Cnvntina and Aria—"Comeper rae sereno" (Sonamhula) Bellini, MISS CATHERINE HAYE8. Ballad—"When other lips" (Bohemian Girl)Balfe Mb. Ltam.. Air—" Revenge," (Fa-tcul Bruno) Hatton. Mr. Grego. Ballad—■' Whj do I weep for thee" Wallace. MISS CATHERINE HATES. >abt ir. Ballad—" Madoline" ...........Nelson. Mb. CisKoa. Ballad—" The old Arm Chair". Barker. MISS CATHERINE HAYES. ■ Song—" Thy parting look." Rod well. Mr. Lta'll. Irish Ballad—" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 January 1856

Sianiis. SAVINGS' BANK AT SANDHURST. PURSUANT to the provisions of the Act of the lieutenant Governor and Legislative Council, lGth Victoria, No. 37, commonly called the "Savings' Bank Act, 1853," the Commissioners a Savings' Banks in the Colony of Victoria, hereby give nntice that a Savings' Bank has been established ot Sand burst, and that they have appointed the following gentlemen to bo Trustees of the said Savings' Bank, viz :— Joseph Anderson Panton, Esquire, J.P., Resident "Warden Lachlan McLachlan, Esquire, Resident Magistrate John Wilkinson, Esquire, J. P., Gold Receiver The Rev. Dr. Henry Backhaus The Rev. James Deane Brennan The Rev. James Nish The Rev. Thomas Raston Charles Joseph Brown, Esquire John Harney, Esquire Edward Hunt, Esquire, M.D., J.P, Alfred John Jones, Esquire Israel Henry Moses, Esquire Lewis McPhcison, Esquire, J.P, George Joseph Pitman, Esquire, and James Forrester Sullivan, Esquire. By order of the Commissioners of Savings' Banks, CHARLES FLAXHAN, . Co...

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DEATH OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES HOTHAM. (From the Argus of Tuesday.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 January 1856

•SIR CHARLES HOTHAM. \ f From the Argus of Tuesday.) It is with very sincere sorrow that we have to | announce the decease of his Excellency Sir Chas. Hotliam, Governor of this colony, who died at 'Toorak yesterday, about a quarter past one o'clock. We understand that Sir Charles"was seized with .•a very severe attack of choleraic diarrhcca on the •morning of Saturday, the 22nd December.* Dr. "M'Crae, the colonial surgeon, ,was callcd in, and Ids Excellency's complaint yielded rapidly to the •medical treatment that was adopted, though it left ' him very much debilitated. So far, indeed, did he recover that on the following Monday lie was -able to leave ;his room, and during that and the ■two succeeding days he appeared to be regaining Jhis usual health. Sir Charles Hotliam was a man of an exceedingly < , -«xcitablo temperament, and whatever may be! 'thought of his success in the management of| -jmblic affairs, he was deeply anxious about tliem. Duj^ng 'his;whole,illness h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

JUST Received at the Argus Stationery Depot^tt assortment of elegantly bound Waley's . Q N BiL'E at the Argus Stationary Deiioj. ON Sale, at the Argus Stationery Depet-^'1 $Cli» Modern and Fashionable Letter Writer aud Com plete Correspondent." ■ ,0<r riAIIB JAIL journal, by John Mitchel, <on;BaJ« 1 at tlie Argus Stationery Depot. . . 0,e The bhndigo advertiser, the -first newspaper on tho Victoria Goldfields, and th'e'iest Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Pdblished f-yem Tuesdat, Thuusday and SATtra&ir JIOftNINO, ' ' Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the tofrnship 'of the distriot of Beudigo, the Metropolitan Goldfieill of Australia. • . The Besdioo Advertiser liaB tho most extfnsfcra circulation of any provincial paper in .the colony. TJjo importance of this journal as an advertising medium miifit be at once perceived when it'is known that Sandhurst ia not only the capital of one of the Laeoest GoLDFiELDg, bnt is "the mart of tho extensiv...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. The. fgllpTViijg., telegraphic- ,despatches, vitfe ^Constantinople news' of 27th Septejnber, Are, bjrou glit by tlie Thabor-v— MARSEILLES. S&tunjpy,, Marshal Pelissier is visiting the plain, of Bandar. ,fk 1st and -3rd Coi-ps are ecnclpned pri the ■|Tchernaya, as far as .th'i other- side of Baular. TSb ^English,' Sardinians, and tswelye Turkish bMteHpns are ready to co-operate. General Bosquet, completely recovered, fs about to resume hia command. The heavy rains do not' slacken the immense preparations of the Allies. Field-pieces have been sent from the TurW^h arsenals, as well as thousands of waggons, princi pally from Sinope. The Suf fan has sent Marshal Pelissier a magni ficent sabre, with the title of Sirdare-krem, .and a patent granting Inm s ponsion of 200,000 fraRCS a year. Six Steamers are closely' blockading the port of Odessa. • The news from Kars is to September 22nd. All useless mouths and the greater part of the cavalry had been sent away. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

FltlOAi', 4th JANUARY. L MACPHEKSON 4 CO. hare rewired positive in : structions to Bell by public auction, if not pre viously disposed of by private contract, oa 1'riday, 4th Jaunary, 185G, .. Ail Ihftt.piijce or pnrwl of luml situated in the Township of Mairing, Myers' Flat, and within ono hundred yards ot 'the IJace Course, being allotment'7, section 2,—!»•> ■ acres fcnced io with a strong post and rail - fence, with Siab Cottage erected thereon, containing four roomSj 12 x 12. Also a Beautiful Garden, under cultivation. . Goats, fowls Spring cart and horse . 'c-ii .• "Dray and harness, with sundry other things, too numerous to mention. 772jau-» r~ ' THIS DAY. Jones's Horso Depository, Pall Mall. S JONES will sell by auction, this day,— • Draught, hack, and light harness horses. Safe at half-past .eleven, A,M. -J19o FRIDAY,. 4th JANUAIiY. Valuable Freehold "property. Bale of the United Kingdom Hotel, Golden-square, Bendigo. A(t. M-COMBE will sell by auction, in his rooms, . Col...

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To the Editor of the Bendino Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

I To the Editor of the Bendino Advertiser. L>, Sir,—Are the wliole powers of the Local Court em bodied in the person of their Chairman, and are men's claims to he parcelled out to them at the will of a Warden who hns heard one side of the question? and a cute man at once sees the right and wrong doer, and he appears on the ground prepared to exercise ihe power vested in the Local Court, hut, nay, proceeds further : he parcels out the ground according to his own wishes and views, gives claims to three men who he is told do not possess the Miner's flight: says they must take them out imme diately, and to do this he takes the clainiB out of the hands of men who already possess the Eight, and when these men express their dissatisfaction he very ostenta tiously dares any one to gainsay his decision; and when told the matter will he tried in Court, says he should be extremely happy to see his decision made public. (Will you be kind enough to oblige hin ?) Who gave this man power to gra...

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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MABKET. Mr. William Hurst (late Bear and Hurst) reports:— Ho improvement in the state of the cattle market,' j)ppes:falHng>ratbRr lower. | ' Best quality beef not fetching mor« than from 20s. to . Q5s. per 100 lbs., and second quality Ids. to 20s. Has1 Bold several lots of fat enttle. Bullocks from £7 15s. to: 9s., and cows £0 to £7 5s. j Sheep.—Good demand for prime quality, Several, large flocks cleared off this week. Prime lambs much ■ inquired for. j Mesers. James Watson and Co. report:— j On_R<-oeu!)t of it beiiiK Christinas week, very little ■business has been done, but what horses we have sold have realised better prices. Prices, average :—DraiiRht horses, £15; good saddle and light'harness horses,' <615; inferior do., £1'2; working bullocks, £15 per pair.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) Sir,—Can you inform mc why the inhabitants of Pal ; Mall nre allowed to throw all aorts of filth and rubbish ; into the spacc between the street and the Camp feuce rv unmolested, while others ore fined for allowing their* pigs to lie (under a bridge) in the Creek, opposito theyV own doors ? i I am, Sir, Yours, &c., , HOMO. Sandhurst, 30tH December 18D5.

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MELBOURNE HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

MELBOURNE HAY MAJRKET. Quotations are as follows :—• ( Best hay, trussed, £8 15s. pry £0 per ton ; second quality do., £8 10s. to £7 10s. do.; bundles, £8 to £-(3 do.; straw, no demand. | BUTLER and KELSON, . , Hay Salesmen.- t

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PORT OF NICHOLAIEFF. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

PORT OF NICHOLAIEFF. As this port has recently been declared to be the great centrc of Russian operations in the South of Russia since the fall of Sebastopol, the follo\v-c ling description of it will be read with interest:—J 3 Count Demidoff gn'w the following account of^ | Nicholaieff in his " Voyage dans la Russie Meri- ' idionale and, though a thorough Russian, it is . £ not without interest:— p " At the first view everything in Nicholaieff is ^imposing, and marked with grandeur. The streets, : i formed in gigantic proportions, as in all Russian j !>"towns, are well furnished with buildings; but the : ^architecture is more ornamental than real, the ex iteriors being those of palaces, the interiors those fof cabins. The immense streets are an exagge- ! |rated imitation of the towns of the West, and |leave the inhabitants too much exposed, by their • jf extravagant width, to the sun, the wind, the dust, Sand the mud. In the squares, which are real ■' sfields of battle, no one w...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKETS. Saturday, 29th December, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

MELBOURNE GRAIN AND FLOCK MARKETS. I Saturday, 29th December, 1855, Dight'a'Mills.—Fine' flonr, ^£33 per ton; second'#, ■ jESO'do.; Haxall flour,'none; Chilinn, £'il; bran. 2s.J per bushel. Wheat bought nt 10s. to 12s. per bushel. S W. Depraves & Co.'s Mills.—Fine (lonr, £33 per ton ;j •efcoSds, £30 «li>.; Chilinn, £80 do.; bran, 2s. per bu-i • ttcl. Wheat bought nt lis. to 12s. per bushel. E Fulton niul-SimthV JIiils.£-F:ne-flour. per ton ; • seconds. £!]0 do.; brim, 1h. lOd. per bushel; wheat.. touglitat ICa. to lls.pcr Vnsheh ' - E:

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ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

ENGLISH INTELLIGENCE. "We extract the following from the Times:— {THE EMPEROR ALEXANDER'S VISIT TO * ODESSA. The Constitictimncl publishes the two following : letters from Odessa :— " Odessa, September 24. V The Grand Duke Constantino is expected here . ato-moriow. Ho will alight at tlw Narisclikin' Palace. Count Stackelberg, Russian military envoy at ■ Vienna, and Count Benkendorff, who fills the same ^functions at Berlin, passed through here yesterday Sion their way to Nicliolaieff, where the Emperor is gexpected to-morrow. $ General Todtleben, whose wounds are not quite • » healed yet, is expected here shortly. 3 The iirat detachments of the Militia of the Em |pire, of Moscow, have arrived at Odessa. Their pcommander, General Golowin, nn old man of 70 5years of age, has received a kick from a horse,' and a is seriously ill. 3 A great deal of anxiety is felt here in conse ijquence of the news of the embarkation of a consi derable number of troops at Kamiesch and Bala clava. Our ga...

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MELBOURNE CARTAGE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

MELBOURNE CAIITA&E REPOIIT. fi Bullock teams to Bsudigo, £7 to £3; iKtse teams |o.do, X10 to £12. . . . .

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

SYDNEY. | W#. osve a file of uie 8. M. Herald to the ^ i th ■ Instant, N»sh #nd Forbes were brought tip for judgment on j th« 24'th i»Btaut Tlio sentence of the Court upon { .lWb that he should he imprisoned for twelve > months in Parrnmatta Gaol, that he should pav 11 fiuo off' £1,000 to the Queou, ami that he Bhotild be further iro-| prisoned iwtil that One bo paid.' The Benteuce upon} Tprbos was twelve piontlm' impsisomnent in tbo sameji gaol, a fine of £500 to tbo Queen, uml further imprison-?? xseai nniil payment of such fiue. The term of impri-te KJDQSant la ea«h coso to ho reckoned from tlio <lay ofj ooawkiioD. f& ]£mirs' imu Bisiiop.—This lady's triumph ouV ftafcarday Va all the greater through baviug bean *»■). deferred. The Prineo of Wales was filled with * esger flftasio-lorrere, who had come with "iouIm nthirst', • thrognbJkipgdelay;" and when the priuiit. dnmm in:i<bi jlsppoaraaoa the house rang a;,'iiin with thoir ro-V po'Iiv {)Iau&...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER[?] PROGRESSIOR, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1856. DEATH OF SIR CHARLES HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

THE BBMISO ADVERTISER, yaooiacsbioft. oniv *uoutb, and oim risaocitoks. thursday, January », iaa».. dkat'ii of sir charles hotiiam.' I Sir Charles. Hotliam is no more. "Victoria, whose brii;{ .".dminisl.Tation lias beeu so).; full of incident and of Lptorest, mid will form so); 'interesting a chapter in the history of this country?; has paid the debt of nature. The man from whom [i ^Bueh great things were expected—who was received^ . with sucli an extraordinary outburst of rejoicing^ fand extravagant delight, soon succeeded by so| fmucli distrust and suspicion—who commenced liisi; ^administration by announcing the most democratic! ; principles, and ended by developing sentiments| jUvorthy of a Russian Czai'—who was hailed by thee % people of the gohlfields as their deliverer fromf |intolerable tyranny and abuses, and who fulfilled! f their expectations by letting loose the dogs of waif fupon them—this man has passed away, in the| ;^Very midst of his rule, from among a people over| £...

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MISS HAYES' SECOND GRAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

MISS HAYES' SECOND GRAND CONCERT. | Last evening the Princess' Theatre waa crowded with on enthusiastic audience, oh the occasion of Miss Hayes' second grand concert. We were glad to notice so large ■in alt<niance present, proving that the people of Bon-j digo are not wanting in a due appreciation of rare vocal ability. Miss Hayes vras in splendid voice, if possible letter even than on the occasion of the first concert. The enthusiasm of the audience, too, lent additional animation to the performance. The gem of the evening was the last piece, the celebrated vocal polka, " Gia delta mente," a most beautiful piece of vocalization, in which *be execution was wonderful. The crescendo and dimi naendo were perfect. The grand cavatina and aria from Lucia di Lamineniioor," " Oh Lucia di quest auimn," mi exquisite, full of rich melody and deep feeling. The various ballads were rendered in the usual style of This gifted vocalist, and raised her auditors to a high pitch of enthusia...

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SHIPPING INTELIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

SHIPPING INTKLMaENCK. FORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. December 31.—Havilah, ss.s., from Adelaide 27lhp lilt., with eighty passengers; ISenmnh, ship, from LeitMj 15th September, with ubout twenty passengers; Colc^eM.j ter, brig, from Adehiide 18th ult., with throe passengers ;< .j Fair Barbarian, brig, from Javaflth November, -witl> onei<' passenger and servants; Pet, brig, from Calcutta. SOtlra Ootober; Sea Star, sliip, from Glasgow •'trjl.Octobcr, with/> twelve passengers; City of Hobart ss.s., from Hobs»>ti Town 2!)tl» ult„ with sixty passengers; Indian Q'\eeh,>! ship, from Liverpool 18th September, with mi\i;ty-six2 paSsengers; Prince Albert, brig, from Manills>. !i7tl> Rop.| tember; Calli&ncc, ship, from Southarni'.ion (Jth, audi land's End 17th October, with three hr.uJred and four-? teen Government immigrants; Highland Lassie, brig.V from Adelaide' 18th ult.; Storm Bird, ss.s., from Portj Albert; Lioness, s.s., from Cope Otway; Keera...

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