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

i'B<iU8, OFFICE, Pike's Bu}ldin«3, fall Mall' Job behind the Post-office.—Messrs. Mnekay and Co. >we ngonts for the'Argus,'on Bendigo, rocuivu advo'r tUemmite arid subscriptions. A! DELAlDE OBSEIiVEU OFFICE.—ftukl bought. ' Amalgamated Gold Srnolt?d. ,'teOrigan iiouse iie.staceant, George Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on the table tti Wie o'clock. 323 jivn31 J "TjENpiGO HOTEli, Bridge-street. John Harney proprietor. B-mbm an(l DAY SCHOOL.—Mrs. Birchall, '"• ^ittshell-street, Sandhurst, cottage above the rivti 'dapceof'Li. Macpherfioii, Ktq, 520feb27 (ft:. C. M'DONALD, Lemomule and Soda-wnlo J* Manufacturer, Morae-atrcot. Late C. and J, -IVD.on&ld. <3 OPPER & ROBA.THA.N, Military. Tailors, rail ' Mall. Dec! \RS. WALL & .1 OKI)AN. Bosquet and Harlan / greets, White Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill. <3 W. IIAYOOCIC, Weighbridge Propriftt-nr, uml X.^ -'^ieral Commission Agent, next the Post Office. bl^NGSVVORTH. Plumber, Glazier, and...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wiulnesdny Eveninpr. The price of gold remains firm at £3 14s. CU. per oz.

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THE WRECK OF THE SCHOMBERG. Hobson's Bay, December 31st, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

THE WBECK OF THE SCHOMBERG. Hobson's Bay, December 31st, 1S55, jj The Keera arrived at the wrecU at 5.30 p,m. on Sn-9 tnrday. There was a heavy swell at the time, but shel went alongside and oommoueed taking in the passen-i gers' luggage, and portions of the more valuable pai l of ■ the cargo, until dark. The fore and main masts liadi teen previously out away. The Keera stood off and on] daring the night, leaving Captain Fergusson, harbor-; master, and Contain Mathews, Lloyd's agent, on bonnl.* During tke night the seamen wished to leave ilic vessel/ liut, on the representation of Captain Mathews, consent-] ed to remain. A heavy sea sprang up during the night,' and made a clean breach ovor the ill-fated vessel. At daylight the boats again commenced taking off luggage end cargo to the Keera, whioh was rendered very bazar-! dous in consequence of the heavy sea. At S) a.tn. thej Qtieen, Lioness, and Ada, steamers, arrived, the former •with fresh hands, and the Lioness with Mr. Murphy, ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Wednesday, 2nd January, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. ; y, (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Wednesday, 2nd January, 18D6. '"6busk'and Disordeiilt.—Edward Jones was fined 'ten shillings. '■Illeoal Detention op a Child.—Ricliard Smith was "■ summoned by Mirgaret Sanders on this charge. The ' «ut it will be remembered had been remanded from n previous day. The prosscutrix on being asked to sneai la an information to which her name was attached, bin .3x6 Magistrates, refused to do so, saying she would not 'Accuse the defendant of stealing tbe child ; that she had laid no charge of stealing, but that the information had heen laid by Mr. M'Donogh. She was informed that the •only charge that could be brought into the Police Court •waa that of stealing, and that if objecting to this she was etill desirous of recovering the child she must adopt proceedings in a higher court. During the discussion Mr. Cutten, who appeared for the defendant and had a •eopy of the Courier of the Mines in his hand, read dif ferent passa...

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DEATH OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

DEATH OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES HOTH A.M. t The following appeared in an Extraordinary t yesterday:— J ("From the Argus of Tuesday.) S It is with very sincere sorrow that we have toi | announce the decease of his Excellency Sir Chas.fi t Hotham, Governor of (hia co.lony, who died ut|,' I Toorak yesterday, aboufc a quarter past one o'clock.^ j We understand that Sir Charles was seized withfs p a very severe attack of choleraic diarrhoea on tliefe | morning of Saturday, the 22nd December. Dr. f, < M'Crae, the colonial surgeon, was called in, and f his Excellency's complaint yielded rapidly to the jj I medical treatment that was adopted, though it left f I him very much debilitated. So far, indeed, did lie * £ recover that on the following Monday lie was f I al)le to leave his room, and during that and the \ | two succeeding days he .appeared to be regaining | his usual health. S | Sir Charles Hotham wan a man af an exceedingly f. | excitable temperament, and whatever ma...

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ARRIVAL AND DELIVERY OF THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

ARRIVAL AND DELIVERY OF THE MAILS. |1 For the first time on Bendigo the mails from ^Melbourne on Tuesday morning were brought ilthrough in one day, starting from Melbourne at flsix o'clock in the morning, and arriving in ^Sandhurst at seven o'clock in the evening. Mr. fiHowavd has commenced the fulfilment of his con-| Mtract well, and we trust that he may be able to sustain it. £) But what earthly benefit is it to the public that Srthe mails are delivered at the Post Office in Sand rfhurst at seven o'clock in the evening, if the letters gnnd papers are-suffered to lie undisturbed in their gjbags till nine o'clock next morning—fourteen Kliours—almost cheek-by-jowl with the persons to Iwhom they are addressed ? The old system might Sjust as well have been continued, for the letters jwere just as profitably engaged in reposing in the SPost Office at Castlemaiue, as in that at Sandhurst. |\Ve do not know whether this practice is to be ^continued, or who is to blame for it—the Post slmas...

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THE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

THE MINISTRY. Something Hemahkaulk.— It w.is stated to us on good authority at a late hour last evening, that the Act- jj ing Governor proposes to retuin the old Ministry. ]f the Ministry agree to this, they must have resolved to i accept the ballot, and it seems to indicate that their latf ) resignation arose more from personal thau from political ; ^considerations. 1 | We take this paragvapli from the Argus of yes- j sterday, but we sec nothing at all remarkable in i }the nnnouncoment. It is as we expected. After j iift resignation made under such circumstances as to \ |be quite safe, upon a question of minor and merely i ([abstract importance, the old Ministry might well! ^calculate that no new body of men were likely to < iaccept the honor of succeeding them. With all j ithe bosh about Responsible Government, there, was ■ |no real responsibility, except so lap as the Ministry : Ichoosed to allow. They choose to become reapon- ■ Isible and resign, when they knew that a...

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SANDHURST MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

SANDHURST MUNICIPALITY. Tub following letter from Mr. Benson, M.L.C. relative to a subject which deeply interests us at the present time, will be read with pleasure, as it shows that he is vigilantly looking after the ma terial interests of the district. Mr. Benson's prae | tical letter with reference to a municipality in the township, and a most desirable great public under taking, shows to much better advantage than his letter to the Earl of Carlisle, and is likely to bo productive of much more advantage to us. The sum of £7,500, which the Government have placed on the estimates as an endowment to a municipa lity in this district, is far too small, whether we! consider the requirements of the place or the just ^claims it has to a large share of expenditure, see-1 Sing tlujt it has been so large a contributor. How-J |cver, we may regard it as the first instalment of |what is our due. Some provision for a large and! ^permanent supply of water is of the deepest im-! importance to the...

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

WANTED.—A ficntlcrmm of alcadv habits wishesr, to obtain Lodgings with a qniat respectable! family, where lie can have a rn'jlrt entirely to himaeif.f Apply L. L., otlice of tbio paper. I6I0 NOTICE TO STONE MASONS. ANTED Tenders for building stone premises in Market-square. For full parfcicnlers apply efirly to Williams and U'KeefFe.—Market-aijrmre, 28th Dee. 1855. 162o 1 WANTED, Men to contract for three-railed Fenc ing, at per rod. From fifty to three hundred acres. Apply to HENRY BABROVT, 813jan5 Camponpe Inn. engine driver. TTTANTED an experienced Engine Driver with good V y testimonials. Salary liberal. William Kelly, is New Chum Gully, 3jan5 w ANTED an experienced Quartz Miner. Enquire at tho Manchester Arms, Long Gtilly. 8janS WANTED Threshers to thresh 2,000 bushels of Wheat. Apply to Boyd and Harris. 183jan5 WANTED a strong active Led. Apply at Geo. O'Dennell's, Kangaroo Flat. 7jan3 WANTED a Servant Girl who understands cooking. Apply at Taylor's Store, Long Gully, 2jan3 • ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Amongst the late additions to our machinery we notice that the Metropolitan Quartz Company's works are fast approaching completion. The en- gine is 20-horse power, and the boiler, a splendid one, is capable of 30-horse power. The quartz is to be first crushed by stampers, and the dust, by a simple contrivance similar to an American pump, is conveyed to a basin in which two large cylinders revolve, the weight of each being one ton. As it is self-filling, so here it is self-emptying— the grit being constantly washed over, and the quicksilvers and gold falling down a funnel-shaped receiver in the same manner as at the Kangaroo steam crush- ing mill. The machinery is larger than that of the latter, and there will be two basins instead of one. These works are situated on the opposite side of the gully between Kangaroo Flat and Golden Square, it is expected that they will be ready for work in a little more than a week.   The Be...

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GOULBURN DIGGINGS. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) Rush worth, Dec. 24, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

GOULBURN DIGGINGS. (from a correspondent.) Rushworth, Dec. 24, 1853.   There is nothing new here, except that one   claim in a quartz reef, lately opened, has yielded 60 ounces to the ton. Up to this time, no other claim on the same reef has proved so rich, but the truth is, that but few have succeeded in hitting it, except the fortunate party alluded to.   The first discoverer of this reef states, that he   knows of one much richer, and as he knew of this one some time before it was opened, there may he some truth in his assertion, but I do not vouch for it. All I can say is, that I have great faith in the richness of the quartz veins here if properly worked.  

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M'lVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, January 1st, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

M' IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, January 1st, 1856.     Although I have nothing to report in the way   of " heavy finds" or successful rushes, the diggers of M' Ivor have no reason to complain of it. To judge from the spirited manner in which Christ- mas and the New Year have been celebrated, there is no lack of money amongst them, and the last escort shews a very considerable increase upon any former one, for at least a year past. 1864 ounces was the amount sent down, 750 of which were from the Goulburn. Of the diggings on the Coliban and Campaspe rivers, I have nothing very favorable to report, the general opinion at   present being that they are not remunerative. Boxing Day was the occasion for a display of   the genuine old English sports of horse and foot racing, climbing a greasy pole, running in sacks, &c., at Mr. Edwards' M' Ivor Inn, whither all the pleasure lovers of M' Ivor repaired,...

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

MARYBOROUGH, From Simpson's I have the following scrap of   private intelligence, which I believe authentic if not exclusive, and it affords an instance of well merited reward for untiring perseverance : — A party of six, called Smart's, have for a period of ten months been sinking through different strata, in a great measure stone, in search of the reef, and their efforts are now rewarded, they having struck the reef at 270 feet depth, and found gold therein. In this, too, they have had to contend with water, and at times have had eleven feet to clear out after some two hours' absence. The reef is covered with two inches of bluestone, and when this was struck the water made its appearance in beautiful jets. The party have some very fine specimens, found cropping out from the reef on which they   are now driving. To show the richness of the reef, the quartz obtained from an adjoining claim,   amounting to about twenty tons, is estimated to prod...

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THE OVENS. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 January 1856

THE OVENS.   (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) BUCKLAND.— A severe shock of an earthquake was felt on the Buckland River, at the time off   sunsetting on Thursday evening, 20th December.   Dishes were rattled upon tables and shelves, and   one individual was nearly tossed from the log     while crossing the river from Lowden's to Tans-   well's.       YACKANDANDAH.— A considerate increase in the     population is observable during the week, among   whom are many new arrivals from the western goldfields. Good men command 23s. 4d. per day   wages. The heavy fall of rain which has just   taken place has given quite an inspiriting air to mining matters. On all sides may be seen wheel-   men, tail-racemen, and surfacers fraternising. The   first right to water no l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 January 1856

rnHE BEND1G0 ADVJ5KTISER, the first'; X newspaper on the Viotoria Goldfields, and the best Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published eyeei Tuesday, Thursday ahd Batobdat Morning, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district of B (indigo, the Metropolitan Goldtield of Australia. The Bbndioo Advbrtjseb has'tho most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The' importance of this journal ns an advertising medium must be at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst in not only the capital of one of the Largest Gomjsirlds,. but. is the mart of the extensive Pastoral Dibtbicp comprising .the valleys ot the Loddoh and Oampaspib, and the wide and fertile plains extending to the Mubbat. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such as ore almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. The local interests of Iiendigo will, of course, ...

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BALLAARAT. (From the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 January 1856

BALLAARAT. (From the Star.) Christmas times, arc rathor against mining;ope rations, though the cscorts-and the quantity-of gold on deposit, stiil continue to toll well for the district. But these testa of prosperity are always> more so of an immediately past tllan a present good' ■; yield; Want of space prevents ns from detailing much interesting mining information'of \vllich we are . in possession. It xnay be sfufficierit for the present to summarise. The Graver Pits lead has deceived many, who thought well of it until they came to wush up. We know instances where at least £160 per man was calculated on for a certainty, and yet the par ties have not realized a tithe of that sum, in fecty - not enough to cover expenses. In consequence of " this state of things work and speculation are nearly at a standstill. Oh Frenchman's lead the thickness of th'o:stra tum of rock is rapidly increasing. The last bot tomed shaft had 42 feet of rock, arid thei'e are others which have not got thro...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 January 1856

. SANDHURST HIODUCK MA11KETS. Our market still remains inactive. Now the holidays are pver we Anticipate a reaction. Drays aro scarce in town, £ll being required for homo teams, which rnuy Ijaye some effect upon the •prico hero. We completed tt)e Colonial (iqld Company's sale, disposing of the cottago, laud, furniture, nt satisfactory rates. ... Flour—without clmngo. Advices from Melbourne quote a better feeling lit tlif\t market. Our. quotations here are £15 per ton for good -Adelaide; £12 for Chilian, and Colonial stock* light. . ' Oats.—Thcro appears to be some demand for colonial, \STe nntice a sale of some 800 bushels at 10s. Gd.. Scotch remain about 9s; 6d. per bushel. , 3)n.vH,—Quiet, -Is. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. 1 «. • HtcE.—Patna, £iJ8 Jo £10 per tan. pDOAn.—^auriuus, dark, £ijy; yellow, £41; Cosslpore, Cd. per lb. - ' ' JIav.—Oaten, no chaugo; tlie price ranges about £15 per ton. Oandi.es.—Uelraout, ls.fld. per lb. PicKLBS.-rPintsj 10a. to lis. prr dozen; quarts, lCs. ... L...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. Horse Bazaar, Sandhurst. 4th January 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 January 1856

SAXDHUBST SXOC KMARKET. ., Iloran Bazaar, Sandhurst. 4tU January 1806. Wo have still to report An nctivo demand for horses throughout tho week, hut a paucity iu tho supply of oven second-claas draught. Our sale* have been limited. Arnold of serviceable draught horses ' "Would moot with immediate snlo. Tho rain, which foil in torrents all last night, is ft great boon . for tho puddlers, and will again cause an impetus, as they-will liavo a supply of water for months tQ come, and wo anticipate a (spirited demand. "We would therefore strongly recommend hold ers of good stock anxious to realise remunerative prices, to glvo ,<#ur,market a trial with a woll-conditloned mob. . 6ur quotations for tho week are as follows:— Common hacks, £9 to £18 • Good do., and ligh't harness, £20 to £3$. • Gooc} draught horses, £40 to itiO. lletwy do., iibno olio red. Tip carts, £32. >'ut sheep, Us. to ISa. Hwef, 30s. per cwt, Ja. MACPHEUSON and CO.. Auctiopeors. . Jones's IT or bo Repository...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 January 1856

A J?'. Bl'lttiiiSS is hereby informed that there are . several Letters awaiting him at Tolhurst Brothers, Kohl lirokers, Sandhurst. . 7jau8 DUNN and BA.YNIS continue to supply their superior Coffees at the following price* :—Finest Mocha and Jamaica, la. fid. per lb. in quantities of C lbs. and upwards Is. id.; finest Jamaica anil Demeraru, Is. 2d. per lb., in quantities of 6 lbs. and upwards, Is. Pull Mall, Saudlnirst, and township of Englohawk. 16tisatc ON Sale, Wholesale, at DUNN and BAYNE'S:— Sugars—Java brown, Manilla pampangn, Mauri tius brown, Mauritius iino counter, crystallized white, loaf English, crushed loaf j molasses ; Adelaide flour ; superior samplo of Scotch oats; best Adelaide bran ; prima double rose Cork butter; Barratt's tobacco ; honcydew do., grape brand ; Kerr's do.; No. 2 Manilla cigars : best black tea, in chests and halT-chests ; best English soap; best colonial soap j washing soda ; Liverpool cuurao and line salt; iron, assorted; blister steel ; galvanize...

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THE PESTILENCE IN VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 January 1856

HE PESTILENCE IN VIRGINIA. The following is by telegraph from Baltimore, September 29th :—At Norfolk, on Saturday, the number of deaths from the yellow fever was 33, on Sunday 51. At Portsmouth, on Saturday, there were 17, and the same number on Sunday. The Mayor of Norfolk writesThe expenses of the association must have been very great, aver aging 2500 to 3000 dollars a day. The need of the association has not ceased, and cannot till the dis ease ceases. We had hoped that the fever for the last few days was on the decrease, but our hopes are gone. The disease is raging with equal violence as heretofore ; not at the hospitals, for no one will go there unless some stranger who has no home. But the suffering and misery in private houses is beyond description. The association is looking into this condition of things, and will see every family and supply their wants, and relieve their sufferings as far as possible. We have no papers published among us. Both editors of the Bcacon, Cunnin...

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