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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 January 1856

The bendigo advertiser, tiio «»•»! newspaper on the Victoria Goldficlds, and tlio bcsi Inland Advertising Medium in tlio colony, PuBLisani) ever* Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Morning, is printed and published at Sandhurst, tlio township ol the district of Bendigo, the Metropolitan Goldlioh) ■of Australia. w H'lie Bendigo Advertiser 1ms the most extensive oironlation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium musl Ijo at onco perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of the Largest Golufields, fyut is the mart of the extensive 1'astouai. District ■comprising the valleys of tlio Ijoddon and Campaspie, ■and the wide and fertile plains extending to the Hurray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such 3>s are almost universally recognised as in accordance ■with tho development of a young and vigorous colony into a- noble and world-renowned nation. The local interests of Bendigo will, ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. Argus Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 January 1856

. : MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. Argus Oflicc, Monday Evening. The market 1ms opened with, n demand for gold at existing rates./ The brokers quote'£3 18s. per ounce as their buying priced D.uty was paid at the Customs during the day on 15,(>1U ounces for export, of which 15,01)9 ounces were for Liverpool by the Bet! Jacket, HGO Iui Hang Kong, by the Nccriands Indie, on Chjnese account. Ji-f/iis Office, Tuesday Evening. Gold is now bought at the brokers at£315s. per ouiice; with • a demand for shipmeut equal to the sup plies offering. Export duty was paid at the Customs during the day on 45,200 ounces—of which 44,057 ounces were for England, by the Red Jacket, Anglesey, Albatross, and In vincible ; and 024 ounces for Hong Kong, by the Neer lands Indie, oil Chinese account.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 January 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANpilUllST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. The prioo of gold remnins fimi at;£31-is; Oil. per ,

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 January 1856

THE BENDIGO HOSPITAL. In Tuesday's issue we gave a report of the usual   monthly, meeting of the Board of Management of the Bendigo Hospital, and we are extremely glad to find that the Board are inclined to give publicity' to their proceedings. -They niay rest assured that the safest course, and the surest to secure the con fidence of the public, without which the Institu tion cannot continue Jong in existence, is to.inake the public fully aware of the manner in which itlie affairs of the'Hospital are conducted. ' ^Pub lic confidence is the great desideratum for, tlie new Board of Management, for, with that, the 'success ;of their management is certain. In addition to itliis, publicity will, have a most wholesome ; effect in checking any 'unseemly.prQecedings aniojig the 'members, such as are too: likely to bring tlieT In stitution with which tliey arc connected into con tempt. Few men are insensible to the expo'snre of their follies, and many a man has been , cured of ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 January 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) A new rush has taken place to a small gully leading into Spring Gully, beyond the Retreat Inn, and which has, by the miners, we hear been chris- tened " Sebastopol Gully." About one hundred and fifty to two hundred persons are at work at it, and having been detained by the rain of Monday and Tuesday last but few holes were bottomed at the time of our visiting it yesterday. The pros- pects obtained were fair, the gold being course in description, and some of those digging there are sanguine of a good find taking place.         The rain on Tuesday washed out many- workers in the old diggings, filling up their excavations with mud or water, of which latter commodity, the diggers are beginning to cry, " hold, enough "--- at least for the present.       In Grassy Flat, or rather near it, we notice a shaft down some forty feet, sinking for a quartz re...

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BALLAARAT. (From the Mining Reporter of the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 January 1856

BALLAARAT. (From the Mining Reporter of the Times.) There is very little to communicate respecting   mining operations this week. The miners seem to be determined to make the most of the Christmas Holidays, and there is but little work going on amongst them. However, Christmas times will soon be over, with all their conviviality and mirth, and the sturdy hard-working miners of Ballaarat will then return with renewed vigor to the more profitable occupation of gold mining, to battle on with difficulties and dangers for another year, until Christmas shall again return to liberate them from their toils, It may not be out of place, as this is the com- mencement of a new year, to state what are the prospects of our miners for the next twelve months, and whether or not the yield of gold will be as rich as that of the last year has been. The entire po- pulation of Ballaarat is, as near as can be ascer- tained, about 45,000, the great majority of whom are connected with mining. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

NOTICE TO STONE MASONS. WANTED Tenders for building stone premises in Market-nqiuire. For full particulcra apply early to Williams and O'Keeffe.—Market-square, 28th Dee. 1855. 162o T7"ANTED a £jood Comic Singer. Apply at the Sir VI Charles Hotbam Hotel. 7th White Hill. 9janl2 JOHN ELLISON, Proprietor. ANTED, Five Bullock-teams, to cart hay from the Loddon and Oampaspe. Apply to G. W. Haycock. . 2l2jfuil2 • ANTED a Teacher, an aged man preferred, Apply to Mr. Cabill, blacksmith, Mundv-street. Sandhurst. 4janl2 WANTED a general Female Servant. Apply to Wra. Wood, bottom of New Chum Gully. ' 8janl5 TTTANTED two good Butchers. Addresg L. G„ W office of this paper. 10jiml2 w TO ZINC WO RICE US. WANTED Tenders for roofing in the engine-house and boiler of the Bendigo Quart3. Mill, New Chum Gully. Plans, &c., to be Been at the office of Mr. Wm. Kelly. 6janl2 WANTED, 3,000 feet hardwood Quartering. Apply to J. Macpherson, Market Square, next to A. England's store. I6janl2 WANTED to ...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THREE SONNETS, OR A FAREWELL TO THE OLD AND SALUTE TO THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

ORIGINAL POETRY. THREE SONNETS, OB A FAREWELL TO THE OLD AND SALUTE TO THE NEW YEAR. Ailipu! adieu departed year, Rife with associations Stupendous!—lirthy closiug ear Hang loud reverberations Of gory war's appalling strife, Expiring valor's groan, Heart-rending wail of widowed wifor Reft orphanhood's sad moan 1 AnuthemaB of Russia's Czar— From liis imperilled throne— With allied nations joynnce for Tlieir Crimean victor)-, Immortaling, fitful year, Thy future liistorv. Great epoch! while evanishing Grim Dentil was oil thy trail,. And 'l'oovak's Halls re-echoiug A Hothnm's dying w.iil. Untimely acclamation Shed o'er liis dowtv eclat— O'er whelming indignation Denounced his llarrial Law! Frail vessels of lminauity Can ne'er unatlwed appear, Then let Victorian charity Blot censure from his bier,—■ Remember Ballaarat's dictator' Stands judged by his Creator! Hml dawning year!' eventful era To this orilic land, In the " right place'* may then appear « " Right" Ruler to command! Ilail! n...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

I ' MUNICIPAL KLECT10N.. At tlio meeting on the subject of the Municipal Coun cil, held at the Exhibition Building on" Thursday after-' noon last, and at its conclusion, certain gentlemen initiated a meeting of those who hail formed the majority »t the previous meeting, to he held the same evening nt the Albion Hotel, to select noven residents to represent them in the Council, and to combine to secure their election. At the appointed hour, eight, o'clock, a large number of persons lmd assembled, and previous to the business commencing, the mom, or rather rooms—lor the folding doors hud been removed, and the two rooms Ihnwn into one—were filled wilhall the most prominent tnon in the district. In nmnv instances those living at ix great distance remained in the township, or came in «x ronly to attend Ttlio meeting. Not less than 100 )i«rt».in» could have been present. Excellent order pre yailod during the proceedings. On one occasion a few Bot very terrific personalities were indulged ...

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MUNICIPAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

MUNICIPAL MEETING. According to advertisement, a meeting was held in ' 'tli'e Exhibition JR'.iillHng at tliree o'clock on Thursday :«ft'oru(i;n Inst. Mr. Pitman,'having taken the chair, read the adver tisement convening the meeting from the Government 'Gazette, in'tfccorilance with the Act. They would re member that at the meeting which hail been held on the "30th Jufte last, and at which lie had had the honor to preside, for the purpose of ascertaining the opinion of •tlie inhabitants of Snmll>iirst as to the advisability of •'avallinjj them selves of the advantages of the Municipal Act. Certainly the opinion expressed by the meeting was then adverse to carrying it into operation, and the confusion was so great that he had been obliged to rncnte >the cliliir. After that he did not know, officially, what "had bfsn (lone, as he had then nothing to do with it. Since then a reaction had taken place, and he had been "requested to tnlce the chair at this meeting in accordance with ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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QUARTZ MINING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

QUARTZ' MININC. ASSOCIATION^ V, This report was presented by t'lo .mb.committee nf tlie Jh'iulipo.Qimrtz Mining: Association in it full Com mittce of that body, mid wns received and adopted.. " To the Committee of the Hendijjo Qunitz Alining i.' ; ■; Association. ■ " Gentlemen,—\V« have considered tho vnriovs points subm'tted to us by iho eoniniittefe tor consideration— 'i' 1st: Tlie ehhrge made by Government for ui escort fee of sixpence por ottneo upon all Gold sent'to'Mel lonrns for smeltinp nnd assaj-. " Upon this matter wo lmvo communicated w'tli tlio Ilitnlc of Victoria, and we are now enabled.to inform' von, that in conscqnenco of. certain arrangements made by that bunk nil roIiI sent through litem for smelting and1 asfjuymir in'Mellvmrne will no.Initger bh charged the escort foe of sixpence per ounce,'and we lmvo no t'onhf that the other banks on this RoMticUTwiU follow tl'.e'cr. ample of the Bank of Victoria.: ; The Hfile of 'iiuirtz ^old bus particularly occupied our atten...

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THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

THE ELECTION. At eight o'clock yesterday morning the poll was opened for the election of seven persons to serve in the Municipal Council, of this district, Mr. Pit man, the chairman,, and Captain.. Bell and Mr. Hosken, assessors, being present. Shortly after eight the votes began to come in, and continued till the close of the poll. The utmost harmony [ and quiet prevailed the whole day. and but few votes were refused. Opinion was divided as to the legality of Captain Bell holding the office of assessor while he was also a candidate for municipal honors. During the forenoon Captain Bell, Messrs. Sul livan, Harney, and^Einmett headed the poll, but during the latter part of the day the votes for other members came in much faster. The follow ing is the official statement made by the Chairman shortly after four o'clock, and which was received with cheers:— No. of Votes. 1. J. F. Sullivan ... ... ... 1(!!) 2. E. N. Emmett . ... 15(5/'.' 3. John Harney ... ... .. 145 4. S. Jones 131". 5. ...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. Advertiser Offico, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

SANDHURST PKODUCK "MAUIvETS. ; Jrfrerftarr Offico, Friday Evening. The dullness in trade noticed in our previous reports still, con tinues, and transactions arc restricted to supply immediate wants. The slight rise.in the rates of cartage in town has not as yet hud the least effect in our market, as stocks have of lato been accumu lating in merchants'.houses, and 110 motion is expected for souiu time. Oats are in fair demand and prices are steady, hut in conscqucnco of heavy arrivals in Melbourne it fall is anticipated; we may quote.fine Scotch ai Ds. to 9d. 3d. per bushel; host Colonial, 10s. to 10s. 3d. per bushel. ., ( . BaAN.—Consumptibh rather limited and prices are unaltered. Hest Adaladio may be quoted at J a. to 4s.- fid., at which prices some few parcels havo changed hands during the week. Hay."—Supplies of this urticledo not corho' in freely, and holders ore firm in their demands. "We have heard of sales at £lt> jier ton, but we quote it ut <£16 to- £18 per t...

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MONUMENT TO SIR C. HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

MONUMENT TO SIK C. HOT HAM. The proceedings in the Legislative Council of Thursday las'-, arc important, not only from their intrinsic character, lnit.from the manner in which they were brought under the consideration of the House. The pressure of other matter upon our space, obliges us to postpone their being presented to our readers in c.vtcnso until our next issue. In the meantime, we take occasion to advert to one or two salient questions, which stand out in bold relief in the report of the sayings and doings of honorable members. In the first place, a proposi l tion is made for a vote of money to defray the expenses incurred for the burial of the late Governor. To this there should and there was not any obj eetion taken. Themotion originated with Mr. Fawkner, which, as it wns rather an eccentric movement on the part of an honorable member '• outside the Cabinet," elicited the grateful acknowledgment of the Chief Secretary. ]n a wholesome state of things, it would have been cons...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. Horse Bazaar, Sandhurst. 11th January 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. Jlorao lW.nor, Sandhurst. 1 Uir.runuary 1800. The largo quantity of rain that basfallen ibis Aveek has caused ji lirtak demand for horses suitable for puddling' machines. All Jots of tbo aboro oiToroil at our yards bate mot with immediato talc ut very fair ratos. v • • •. , Good light harness horafs are slill In demand, also Beviceable draught. Tlie supply is still very limited. . Our quotations fort ho week ,-ar© aa follows:—* Common hacks, .£() to £18 Good do., utid light burneBS, £20 to Good draught hordes, £35 to iltiO. . ~ Jleavy do., mrno otVcred. 'lip carta. Sheep.—Wn havo disposed of somo 'quantity ftt plrcea from 30s. to Us. 6o. »'• i.aiuhs, -Ik. 3h. to Ch. Cd. , iitsfcf, 30a. per cwt. ■> L. imf!PHKr»SOK and CO., Auctioneers. JnYic^g Ilorsn J'ppoBltory, Ilendigo, Uth-January, 185G. BuHincss has boon a shade flatter tins week; this cau bo ac» •counted tor-from the snareity; of suUablo lota in the market. JhorSrt.H aro 'in good -request-hut bucks ar...

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EXPLANATIONS UNEXPLAINED. ``Lucus a non lucendo.'' [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

EXPLANATIONS UNEXPLAINED. "Zucus a non luccndo." "We are every day in tliis new country of ours making discoveries in the physical and animal worlds, which, in a most remarkable manner, by 1 the force of contrast, displace the prepossessions im pressed upon our minds by the experiences of what . we saw and heard in the hemisphere in which we' ! were bred and born. We must prepare ourselves to witness equally striking phenomena in the moral ; world in which our destiny for good or evil is 1 now cast. The New Constitution, which is to do sol much for us, is the initiative of a series of po • litical phenomena which 110 previous experience ' could prepare us to comprehend, still less to analyse" or explain. The ministry of the old Regime, ' to make a beginning, gave us " responsible govern : ment," but it would puzzle a Philadelphia lawyer I to discover where the responsibility lav. It is true ' they resigned office, made a formal requisition for I tlieir pensions, and re-constituted t...

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BENDIGO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

UK.NDIGO MAUKKTS. T.itlle improvement, lu .prices ctm bo quoted lately, and heavy feUiek coming iVeoly in, sales of which are difficult to effect oxccpt jut price* which leave no margin. Wo truut ubovtly to sce-a re* •clvuWu .pfices. ;Xbo-following pales huve been nuulo fur-amciU .quantities.by Atsthis -wcvlt, Yi.ocjl~%Ad eiaide, per tan, ; Chijiiui, £18 to £00. r, . OATri.—Scotijh, per bushel, Us. to D& .Cd. . ■ 3»iun, per.bushe^Ms. to 4s. tJd. *. JIauley, per bushel, UJs. to lis. 3 l.vv.—Oaun, per ton. £-10. J'OTATOKS.—to per tOU. «Onions.—&Jd. tortd. per lb. Uuttuu.—Cork, Is. iM, per lb. .•isi'GAU.—Dark, £'UVper um; Ihjht, £37 ta £80. : r Canulks.—Sperm, ]*». 8d. per ll>. • , -: 'i; ^oap.— Liverpool, £30 pertyu. ^ . , • .* . PioKU:*.—1'im.s. 11h. j/nr. dozenrqhavts, lis. to ISs. „ •'Jjcv—Ooiiffoii, £7 to £7 10rf. per chuut. Wght.uwd iJt'rvy Jinruuss. ; ,,S« »IONES,.Auetion«ei:.;

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. From the Melbourne Papers, Wednesday, 9th July, 1856. The Speaker took the chair at 3 o'clock, NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. From the Melbourne Papers, Wednesday, 9tli July, 1850. The Sneaker took the olinir at!) o'clock, KOTICKS. , Mr. Riddell gave notice of his intention to ask if tlie Government intended to grant a lease of 3 piece of land for. a patent-slip at WillianistoWn. Mr. fellows gave notice tlmt ho should move foil cer tain correspondence connected witli the sule of lmul at Cnlac. He also gave notice tlmt he should move, on tlie 18th of January, n resolution affirming that the squatters' claims would lie best disposed of in alawnourt.' Miv.Fyl'e gave notice of his intention to asl? tlia Chief Secretary if there had been any propositions laid before tlio I'ixeoutivfi for the establishment of a national him}c, , tinil whether there would be any objrction to producu iniy correspondence on the subject. THE ALLIED ARMIES. The Speaker announced that lie had. presented the congratulatory addresses voted by the House to her Ma jesty and the Emperor Napoleon to the Acting Governor,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

ETTKHS for Wiu. Cooper iuul 'Jpliu Vructor are J-i lying at the ofliee of tins paper. - _ KOWCIi ....... | Our «ubecrU»m at a distanco pill please to rpmenVber that we 1 "Sjavu now imtctwl on a ni'w yea*y nnrt that their subscriptions • •jfor thupHst quarter fell duo on th*3ist December lait,and that • jx prompt rcimtLuucu U rouuesied. ; - ' ' - " ' MAOICAY and CO. ; ro ccmiu sk>nden*ts.\ *Wol.epto call Ahe^ttimtfon of our correspondents to the fact . that thev riolato the understood compact with us by furnish-' v injf copies of the flatm? letter# to ourselves und our coutempo; rarlv*. without oar;»auction.^Tri futuro'if thlaMs dono w'o .Vhall ehargv the letters as odrurtisi'UH'NtK; and \votvi3h tho j>rt*entto be uudcistood tu tUa.lJro^rjuctlflcttUoato that ***,'/■"; 'rx*' h • v s

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 9th January, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

MELBOURNE, . Yfrom oblt own coruesl-ondext.-) 9 th January, 1850. The Council met yesterday, and "after tile ap pointment of a Select Committee to prepare an address of condolence to Lady. Hot.ham, on tile death of Sir Charles Hotliam, adjourned. ' A motion was also agreed to that no public business, should be entered on, "till that melancholy duty had been performed." The negotiations for the formation of a new ministry are unexplained, and' we are left to conjecture what were the impedi ments which stood in the way of its construction. It is reported and believed that'the old ministry will continue in office. How that can be accom plished with any degree of consistency or political honor is past comprehension. What, tor example, is to be done with the ballot? Is it intended to give that question " the go bye V or will Mr. Haines and his colleagues, in good faith, embody that mode of voting in the P* ew Electoral Law'? Either alternative, with the present ministry, is a political p...

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