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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

VANTED.—A Gentleman of steady habits wishes to obtain Lodgings with a quiet respectable family, where he can have a room entirely to himself. Apply L. L., office of this paper. lGlc NOTICE TO STONE MASONS. WANTED Tenders for building stone premises in Market-square. For full particuleru apply early to Williams and O'KeefFe.—Market-square, 28th Dec. 1855. 162 J WANTED to Sell (a bargain) Two Quarter-shares in a quartz claim, sunk 80 feet, good prospects. This is a first-rate opportunity. Apply at the claim head of Maiden Gully. Ironbark, ahore Ashton's. Crush ing Machine, or to Aspinall and Strickland, butchers, Bridge-street. I0jan8 WANTED a good Cook. Apply at the Manchester Store. 227jan8 TT7"ANTED a Mau to Cook and make himself gene VV rally useful. Apply at the Diggers' Arms, White Hills. 226jan8 WANTED a general Servant, who can assist ill cooking. Apply nt the Manchester Store, Long Gully, opposite the Cambridge Arms, Good wages will be given. Kjanli "\T7"ANTED a good Comic Si...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

CASTLEMAINE. (Jn Monday evening, 31st ultimo, a public meet ' ing of electors was held at the Manchester Hotel, Forest Creek, for the purpose of hearing a state ment from Mr. Pyke, on the aspect of political affairs in Melbourne, especially in reference to the goldfields. Between four hundred and five liun ; dred persons were present. Mr. Pyke made a lengthy speech, which was cheered throughout. He stated that the new ele I ment the diggers' members in the Legislature had heen of use, if only it had shown the new ministry j the false ground 011 which it had so long stood. He alluded to the victory obtained on the ballot, and to the question of Chinese interpreters. With reference to the.ministerial crisis he stated that the " old fogies" having gone out, the " young fogies" "who had come in smelt too strongly of the counter and the shop, and a new ministry had not been looked for beyond the Chamber of Commerce. But the people were opposed to a plutocracy, and no ministry would stand...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LATEST EUROPBAH NETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

! LATEST EUROPBAH NETS, i By the arrival of the Monica, from Liverpool, we have | English news to the 19tli October. \ The following are the latest telegraphic coinmuni ii cations :— £ I'aiiis, Oct. 18.—By accounts of the 13tli from the 1 Crimea, the advanced posts oftlie Allies were on tlie 19th within five leagues of Baktchi-Seroi. The Russians were ■ retiring slowly. Everything leads to the belief that ' General Liprandi intends to defend the line of the Belbek, 1 and to rest upon tkc corps commanded by Prince Gorts l chakolf. French three per cents, Gi. 15. EXFEDITlOJf AGAIN'BT TaMAN AND PhAVAGOIU. T1)C ' .Hiinitciir contains a report from Admiral Brunt, of 2nd October, showing that an expedition against Taman anil Phanagora, in the Kertch Straits, had completely sue- : cceded. On the 21th September, Commandant Bonet left Kertch for Tainan, with ten gun-boats, an aviso, and a steamer. Oil arriving off Phanagora he threw < some shells into the redoubt, and proceeded to...

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MISS HAYES' FAREWELL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

MISS HAYES' FAREWELL CONCERT. On Saturday evening last we were afforded one of those treats, which unhappily we unfortunate Bendigonians are too seldom favored with, and however much we may differ with Melbourne critics, more enthusiastic than discriminating as to the merits of Miss Hayes' singing, we must cer tainly agree with them that she is a very talented artiste. But, except in Australia, Miss Hayes is not the Prima Donna she has been so frequently styled. Many, nay most of us, have been absent from England for some time. The exqusite bril liancy of Persiani, the marvellous execution, register, and accuracy of Jenny Lind, the fascina ting warbling of that queen of singers, the in every respect admirable Sontag, the passionate energy and plaintiveness of the veteran Grisi, the superb contralto, aye, and notes of Alboni, tlio saucy, are les9 vividly impressed upon our minds than formerly. We have been accustomed to hear singers whose willingness to pleaso has been much in excess...

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HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

HAY MARKET. • Quotations nre as follows :—Best hay, trussed £7 10s. to £8 10s. per ton; second quality do, .£0 to £7; straw, £7 to £8 do. BUTLER and NELSON.

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 4th January, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

AlKLBOURNE. (from our own correspondent. ) i 4th January, 105G. f The funeral of the late Governor takes place to-; day. It is a public one, and the deceased will, as| a matter of course, be borne to his last home with* all the pomp and circumstance of woe which tlief resources of Melbourne, in such matters, can fur-j nisli. As a pageant it will not be wortli muchi fine writing in the description, or a Supplement) or an Extraordinary to satisfy public curiosity.? As a testification of respect to the representative of J the Queen, the people will go through the cere-f mony with decent respect, but beyond that the! administration of the late Governor deserves! nothing more at tlieir hands. It would be a false! notion of what is right and proper, and a very bad| example for future Governors, if public writers! were to praise official men when dead, whom theyf felt it a duty to censure when alive. 'Die system! which gave so ignorant and incompetent a Gover [? nor to this colony we must ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

POST office, SANDHURST, List of unclaimed ship letters THIS MOVi'H Off december ISO'S; A Alexander, Tlios Adams, Geo B Barry, Mr Bellmin, A'2 Barnes, E A Bindon, John Buddeley, Joseph Bornem'an. B • Bank?, it Butter;, C! C Battcmr; Donald • Burns; J.as Bell, TI103 Stone 2 Burrows, Albert Betvley, Hy Bryden, Adam. Bennett, Hd Brown, J O Bell, Andrew Bright, Win. t : 'b;'.. Curr, Geo Coombe, Matthew Oxtn, »T*m S ■ Cooper, J S. . Caliill, Dennis Cundy, p Cavenett, Hy . Cuno, F Coates, Geo •. Cuthell, John •. Cottingharo, Wardlow Chamber, Wm ,• - Cookson,P 2 Clecc, Ohas Davis, W M. Davie, Joa Eaton, F Edmonds, Jan Fay, M Fitzpatrick, M Garrett, Jolin Grange, H Green, It Hackett, Thos Hanglin, Francis Harris, T Hcilbrun.und Co Hopvrood, Thos Irish, S 2 Irwin,'John or Pat Johnson, S 2 Kerrison, C Kent, Alex Lakav, S Lewtliwaito, Tas Ledra, A Liddell, Mr Lianer, F Malone, James (2) Molloy, James Milne, John Murrey Mr M'Donald, J J M'Duffy, C M'Corumck, Mr Newcombe, Charles Peke, Hori Pick,...

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STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

STOCK MARKET. Wo cjuoto snles ns tinder—1st class drmiglit, scarce, £00 to £RA; 2nd ditto, £25 to £S0; 1st do harness, .£'50 to £75; second do do, £20 to £45 ; hacks, good, i£:)5 to £05; 2nd class £12- to £25. No sale for work ing bullocks.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPOETER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. : (from our mining repoeter.) ¥ In illustration of the inappreciable value of our| quartz resources we have to record a series of S transactions in connexion with one tiny claim.—| About six months ago Mr. Tyneberg, a Swede,! took out a lease of fourteen yards on the News Chum reef, and went home with an independent! fortune, having sold out his interest for £000, to a| German party. The Germans, in turn, went to| work with a will, as the sailors say, made thoirS pile, and are now clearing out for Faderland, to| astonish with their riches those princes and poten-| tates whose dominions, old Cobbett used to say,fj "you could water with a teapot." Messrs. Clis-js sold and Kelly purchased from the Germans atf the smart figure of £1050, and, as we are informed,! consider they have made a first chop investment, £ If one was to go home and relate the above facts| he would be placed in the same category witht Ferdinand Mendoz Pinto, that prince of liars; and| after all...

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VINE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

VINE CULTURE. We extract the following article from the Argus, as the subject of the Vine Culture is one likely to be of the greatest interest to us in this 'district, so admirably suited for the growth of the vine :— In the Gardeners' Magazine for January, which has just reached us, we find a series of remarks on vine culture, and a few hints on wine-making. As forming almost the first attempt in this colony to give any instructions on the cultivation of the vine, they arc to he regarded with great favor, but at the same time we consider it our duty to point out that they are deficient in that minute and prac tical information which is so much required in a country where vine-growing is in its infancy. The remarks are such as may be gleaned from books, but they are only in a very slight degreo adapted for Australia, and we are irresistibly led to the conclusion that the writer lias not cultivated the vine in Australia, and that he is in a great measure ignorant of the effects of it...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PEICES CURRENT. Argus Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PEICES CURRENT. Argus Office, Saturday Evening. A second broken week hns added to the stagnation of trade.. Tli& wholesale and retail liouse alike report no sales. The liouse connected with the inland trade have heen busy forwarding supplies of goods from their own stocks; but beyond this nothing has been doing. The arrivals of staple articles of import this week have beeu heavy, but not beyond the consuming powers of the market, especially as a good trade is looked for during the remainder of the season. Brendstufls.—This market continues unsettled, but prices are tolerably maintained. Stocks of flou> in tho same hands and are held firing J-'he supplies from Adelaide have 1>p»» ft if and have been readily hmipJ-i up. About '4,000 barrels of the Hnxall brand have arrived in the Black Sea, from New York, which, together with 2,Q00 barrels from the Celestial which ar rived in the bay to-day, have been sold at full prices. Wher.t is firm at 10s. per bu...

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FUNERAL OF SIR CHARLES HOTHAM. (From the Melbourne Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

I FUNERAL OF SIR CHtARLES HOTHAM. H'j (From the Melbourne Pavers.") The mortal remains of his Excellency Sir Charles dllotham, Governor-in-Chief of this colony, were yester day interred in the New Cemetery, in the presence of an ; immenee coneorse of persons. The spectators included • the representatives of every grade of society in Victoria. ' Ministers of every denomination, the civil and military * authorities of the colony, and an immense mass of all '! classes of colonists, took part in the last ceremonials due $ from them to the deceased representative of the Majesty of England. The awful suddenness of the stroke which j at a critical moment has deprived the colony of its j Governmental head, and a strong feeling which since the : death of Sir Charles has gained ground, namely, that his : mental faculties had been overtasked by the anxieties of S his position, had caused a powerful sentiment of sympa ? thy for the deceased on all sides; and the appeal made ;i to the citizens b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

MONDAY, 7th .JANUAUY. LMACPHERSON & CO. will soil by auction, on • Monday, the 7th January, at their Yards, Pall Mull, after tho borso sale. ! Two shares out of three in n ruddling Machine, situated in Oppossuni Gully, Kangaroo Ciiilly, together with two shares in two liorsos and tip cart, slab cottage, slab stable, liay house, and all the necessary tools ; wash ing stuff close to .the machine; forty loads ■. can be put through in n tiny, yielding: from 1J dwts. to 2 dwts. per load. The proprietors of tho two above shares aro giving up this gooil income merely on account ofuisagrec inent with tho third party. 108jan7. , --i. THIS DAY. Jones's tlorse Repository, Pall Mall. S JONES will sell by anction, this day,— « Draught, hack, and light harness horses.' Sale at half-past eleven, A.M. 119o Mei'dmmlisG. V-- CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. '£■1 WILLIAMS and O'KEEFFE, • . '■■■■. Wholesale Wine anil Spirit Merchants, ..... Market Square, J HAVE muoh pleasure in thanking their friends an J ...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1856. MUNICIPAL INCUBATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION. ODtt RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 105G. MUNICIPAL INCUBATION. We are gradually drifting on towards the day oh which we must decide whether we will accept of a municipality or not, and we do not see, or even hear of, any preparations on the part of those who take an interest in the question, for carrying through the business of Thursday 111 a regular and successful manner. Last week a meeting was convened for the purpose of arranging prelimin aries, and there was present the large number of Bix, consisting of four storekeepers, one editor and one reporter. The state of excessive disgust into which our six friends were thrown by this proof of public indifference may, to use the stereotyped expression, be " more easily conceived than des cribed," Certainly we heard of another gentleman who intended to be present, but who was so greatly interested in the subjcct, that he mistook the hotel. The consequences of this mistake may be mor...

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LOSS OF THE SCHOMBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

LOSS OF THE SCHOMBERG. jjj A public meeting of the passengers by tliel r|Schomberg was held on Thursday last, in the ^Mechanics' Institute, Melbourne, respecting the gloss of their property by the wreck of this vessel, Jwlien the following resolutions were passed :— | " 1st. Resolved—That the conduct of the captain, itlie surgeon, and some of the officers of the Schom aberg was ungentlemanly, discourteous, and tyran inical, and grossly immoral. H " 2nd. Resolved—That it is not only the general ^impression of the passengers by tlit Selinmbers, but |to the certain Vno«riocigc 01 many of those here as iooniMecl, that the loss of that fine ship can only be ^attributed to the gross negligence of the captain, a "3rd. That this meeting is of opinion that the ^contracts entered into between James Baines and 3Co., of Liverpool, and the passengers by the 1 Schomberg, have not been fulfilled." || The 4th resolution was to the effect that a de ll putation should be appointed to wait on his Exce...

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SALE OF AURIFEROUS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

SALE OF AURIFEROUS LANDS. In our condensed report of the interesting address delivered l)y Mr. Pyke, the other day, to his constituents at Castlemaine, which appears in this day's issue, there occurs the following remark. Mr. Pyke is speaking of the extent of the aurifer ous land of the colony, and the desirability of securing its appropriation for mining purposes, and he goes on to observe:— As ft proof that it was intended to do justice to the diggers in' respect of this land, he might mention Hint 10,(140 acres had been withdrawn from sale, in. conse quence of representations that it was auriferous, and it would shortly be required, that previous to the sale of Crown land in auriferous districts, six months' notice should, bo given, during which any man might endeavor I to ascertain its auriferous character, and if proved cause its withdrawal altogether. We understand also, that instructions have heen issued to the Surveyors throughout the colony, to reserve from sale any portion...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ATUUVEDt J&mary 0.—Black Swan, b.s.s., from Lnunocst'on, 2nd instant, with six cabin mid sixteen steerage passengers. January 4.—Boxburgh Castle, ship,-from London via Plymouth. 1st October, with twenty-four cabin and forty-four steerage passengers.—Constantinople, ship, ftorn Liverpool, 17th September, with six cabin and ■thirty-four steerage passengers.—Xnrifa, ship, rom Ma nilla, 22nd Octubor.—Black Sen, American ship, from (New York, 17th September, with seven cabin and fifty one steerage passengers.—Argenti, schooner, from Port Cooper, New Zealand, :10th Novomber.—Noemi, French ship, from Oalcntaa, 8th Novomber.—Gil Bias, brig, from Otago. N. Vj.—Havana, American barque, from St. from St. John, N.B.—Medway, ship, from London, 23nl September, with sixteen cabin and sixty-nine steerage passengers.—Fenella, k.s. from Launeeston, 3rd instant, with fifteen cabin and nine steorage passengers,—Mo nica ship" from Liverpool, 20ih October...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

rpHfe BEN DIG- 0 ADVERTISER, the firsi X he\vspapcr oil the Victoria Goldfiolds, and the lies: Inland Advertising Medium in tho colony, PuBMSHEb EVER! TUESDAY, ThUP-SDAY AND SATUEDA1 MoftftlKG, Is prirtttfd Mid published at Sandlmrst, tlio township ol the district ot Bettdigo, tho Metropolitan Goldheld 'Of Australia. Tho BeNdiqo Advehtiser has the most extensive circnlation of any provincial paper iu tho colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must 1)0 at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only tho capital of ofie of the Labbbst Goi.dfields, but is tho mart of tho extensive I'astoiui, District comprising tho valloys of the Loddoh and Campaspie, and tho wide and fertile plains extending to the'MunitAY. Tho political principles of this journal are liberal—such as " "aro-almost universally recognised as in accordance ■with'tho development of a young and vigorous colony into a noblo and world-renowned nation. The local interests, of Bendigo wil...

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MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. Argus Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. Argus Office, Saturday Evening. Gold remains (it £3 15s. per ounce. Duty was paid oil 20,402 ounces during the day, for export,—of wliioh 17,005 ounces were for England by the Red Jncket nud Anglesey ; 2,001 ounces for Hong Kong by tlie Neer lands Indio, besides a few small shipments for Sydney.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHUHST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 January 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHUHST GOLD MABKET. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening, The price of gold remains firm nt £-i 14s. Oil. per

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