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WHITE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

:" v ' ■WHITE IIILLS* ' " '40 1 20 Charles Newliould .. 41 0 60- 1 0 Frederick Tnlbot.. .. .. SI 0

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POUT OI«' ML:r/BOUUNE. AUKl\M:i>. September 10.—Kmilv Allison, schooner, from Hobavt Town. September 11.—V/aratah, stoainor, from Sydnc.y, with Jifty-livo |vn3onK«r8; TJurra IJitrm, sorew-steamor, from" Ad«h»ido, with p»^hty-throo passongora; AlchynnM, t»Mp, from Liverpool «h"d !M;iy, with one passenger. September —Alster, I/ainburj*h barque, from Uanihurph 2nd Juno, with ono hundred and forty-six pa^on^cr* ; Chhmpi«»n, Borev.'-BtcAmer, from Portland, with iw»mty-fuur pas^n^or* ; Mac clesfield, schooner, from Geolong; lUenzi, ship, from Calcutta IQGtli Juno, with two passengers. pnojncTr.n 7>np.\nTrnn«. Fan LivunrooL.—DonuM M'K.v.-, BOth September; - Auilgus, Meander, early. • b\ii.kt) (prom thr TIEAPS.) September 0.—Yarro Yarru, <*ullomloi% lor Sydney; Euphomia, 3>avt, Caroline, for Uobart Town ; Aim and Jane, for Newcastle; Itterbrolie, for Valparaiso; Benjamin Heapo, for Manila. September lli.—City of Sydney, Oovmnor-Geneml, Kaglo, for 8...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

rpHE BENDIGO ADVEETI5EE, tho first JL newspaper on tho Victoria Goldfields, and tho best Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, PcBMSBBD KVERJ WeDHESDAY AND SATURDAY Morning, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, tho township of the .district of Beudigo, tho Metropolitan Goldheld of Australia. The Bbndigo Adyertisek ha3 tho moat extensive circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal as nil advertising medium must beat once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only tho capital of one of tho Lardf.st Gou>rip,Lns, but is the mart of tho extensive Pastoral District comprising the valleys of the Loddos and Cahpasne, and tlio wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. Tho political principles of this journal aro liberal—such as nre almost universally recognised as in accordance with the, development ot a young nnd vigorous colony into a noblo nnd world-renowned nation. Tho local interests of Bendigo will, of course, claim its sp...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

' •SANDIIUItSI TVUOljESiVLE rillCKS CUnnEXT. 1 Advertiser' Ollico, Friday Evening. Both our wholesale and retail trailo eontinuoextrcmoly dull; tho downward tchdcmay Whcavy goods has not boon chocked yet, Tho following nro our ^notations1 : ' Oats.—Bost Scotch,' 79. 6(1. to 83. por hushol. • Biun*.—BestAdolfthlo.'is. ' v. f ' lUr.—Colonial, L.17 to L.19 por.ton, , v - , - Fi.ouiu—-Adelaide, L.48; GUiUau, • . Suoafl—•Mfturitihs countor, T..40; brown, L.S3\w IX.3A; Cossl por<\;fid. por lb.; crushed loaf, 5d.' . Candles.—Belmont sperm, la. 9d. por lb.; French, Is. .\7d„ very dullofflrtlo. • • '' r rtCKLES^Os. for pints, lis. Od. for quarts. : • = . • ■' fvxumsr.s.—fl*. 12*. for VtAna. JU.cb.—1'ulUfi, I<42 to 1*13, filTU.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

OOMMERCIALrlNTJELLIGBNCE. 7 SANDHURST GOLD HAliKET f Advertiser' Oifieo, Friday Kvcniug. Oolil la quoted Od. LHtlo libpo Is entortainod of any advanco.in.tha prlcoof gold until irittiin.&.-foY days prior to tho doparture.of tho Bouald it'Kay. As ♦ largo .conslgiimcnts, It is supposed, will bo fonvardod by her, An ndr.tuco is oxpoctocK In tho monetary lino, -wp hrtre to report satisfactorily. Tho. lnnd-Bkie,1ioliVon tho^ 10th instant, at tho .Criterion JIotol» whs . tvfiill* attended,'and spotted "bidding mftintniued for pood town lota. ( I^oi'ty-elght word pat up in tUo tosnwhl\> qf Sandlmral, and two in tho' hnrak-t of tho Whito HUH for which L.lf>fi7 tha total aura'paid. Tho report is published in fiilj in another column. Two nDotmoQli in Pull Mall wore sold, during tho wcok at: L.26 pnr foot frdntflgo. . , . ;

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

LAND SALE. . Report of Sale of Crown Lands at Sandhurst, onj Monday, 10th September:— SANDHURST. TUot. B. r. 1 0 20 2 0 37 3 0 37 4 0 20 5 0 27 6 0 30 7 0 :I0 8 0 37 0 10 '11 12 13 U 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 2(J X 0 1 0 1 0 23 1 0 2-1 1 0 1 1 27 1 28 20 HO 1 0 31 1 0 32 ~ i 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 33 1 0 1 0 •12 1 0 ■15 1 o •1(1 1 0 •17 1 0 4N 1 0 TOWN LOTS. Purchaser. Stephen Thomas Clissold William Kcllv, and Albert Gordon Bowles Ditto No bid. Daniel Horrigan.. Thomas Burch .. Richard Cooke .. Samuel Ilobson .. No bid. Joseph Henry Abbott Richard Cooko Thomas Barrow .. Jacob Ranch .. Charles Cnlder M'Donald Ditto Charles and James Sayer Samuel Ilobson .. Charles and James Sayer Gcorgo Sloan Eckels John Hnycs Daniel Ilorrigan.. Robert Braclicr .. Thomas Burch .. Charles Mackenzie Thomas Barrow .. John Wolton . David Ileekschcr.. John Walton .. Thomas Borrow .. Richard Price Margaret Ross ., John Hayes ...... ■ Patriuk Tully James Chorle* Sunt George Brown . .. , Alexander Sharp.. , Alfred Engl...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 12th September. (Before L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

SANDHURST COURT' OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 12th September. (Before L. M'LticMnn, Esjj.', S.M.) Hounr.riY.—alary Walters, alias Edwards, and Mary Anderson, were charged by William Smith witli having robbed liim of six ounces of gold. It appeared that the prosecutor and the prisoners were together nt the Freemasons' Hotel, Pull Mnll; the former being very (h unk, so drunk us to bo seized with vomiting, when the prisoner Anderson clasped him round tho waist, saving she would assist' him. She placed her arm round him, under his coat, and when she removed them a piece of rag was seen in one of her hands by a. man liiuned Alexander Agnew. The prosecutor accused her of having robbed him, and wanted to search her, ■ but she wouldn't allow him ; tliey then all went down to the View Point Hotel together, followed by Coustablo Mulholland, who had heard the prosecutor accusing " Polly" of having robbed liim, as they passed him iu Pall Mall. The two women, after drinking, quitted the View Po...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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OUR CONTEMPORARIES [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

OUR CONTEMPORARIES Sketched in doggrel; they're welcome to do tlio same kind office for flie Bcnditjo Advertiser. Whilst ■we're musing, dull and niopy, " Printer's devil walls for copy;'1 —Sounds of terror, linte and fear,— Are the words which meet our ear. Fiend ! as fate inexorable, To avoid thy call, unablo, Let us see what's on our table. : . Ha! a vile of late exchanges !• What, so large—this somewhat strange is— The Post-oflice clerks have all ., Grown quite philantliropical; - •. . - More compunctious, or more wary, » ■ Or perhaps less literary. , Never mind, whate'er the cause,. Printer's devil waits—no, pause, ■ Speculation is allowed. i • ■ Let's look thro* the motley crowd: Topmost of tlio pile we hail . .. , The Mount Alexander Mail •, Creditable journal, very— Steady, cautious, cool and wary, • Perhaps somewhat mediocre, Never known to be a croaker, ... When in colored phrase it speaks Of Forest and of Barker's Creeks; Lynx-cycil observer to twig things Rushes, strikes,...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

MINING LEASES. A notice 1ms appeared in tlic Gazette stilting that tlie following Order of the Queen in'1Council liiul been passed with reference to the working of mines (other than silver and gold), such order to. take effect in'six months from the 8th of Marcii last, which would be the 8th of the present month, so that the order is now in force. As it is certain that rich mines of other metals than silver anil gold will be discovered in Victoria, of which, indeed, indications- hare already appeared, such as stream tin at the Ovens, and iron on the Loddon.tlie several clauses of the order are worthy of attention. The Order was passedby tlie Queen in Council on the 28th Teh., 1805, and is as follows :— WiiEitEAs by an Act passed in the tenth year of Her present Majesty, intituled, ".An Act to amend an Act "for regulating the Sale of Waste Land belonging to the " Grown in the Australian Colonies, and to make further "provision for the management thereof," Her Majesty was empowered to...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SANDHURST LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

SANDHURST LOCAL COCJItT. Un Wednesday last, the members of this Court as sembled ns usual nt ten o'clock, wlxen they found tlmt tha chnirmnn, Mr. I'niiton, had left the district for Wurangn, and that 110 other Chairman linil been ap pointed ill his plnce, although the Government lind licen written to on the suhject some three weeks before. The members of the Court then formed themselves into ft committee to bike the matter into consid#ratiou. A warm and lengthy discussion ensued, during which some very severe '• striotures were made on the conduct of the Government, mid au opinion universally expressed that the Court had been treated most slightingly, not on this subject only, hut 011 the question of the clerk's salary, nlso by the cavalier tone of the letter received, fixing it at i&OO n-yenr. A number of resolutions were proposed—some of which were lost, 011 account of their being too mild; others, on account of their being the reverse. The following letter was written by ...

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] Sept, 12th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

MELBOURNE. [viiom oun own connEsroxDEST.] Sept, 12th, 1855. | On Sunday night last a disastrous 'fire took place at Saudriilge, wlieu a number of substantial buildings wore destroyed, attended with a very great loss of property. Several small houses were also consumed, involving the occupnntB in great distress. This is the second conlla gration which has taken place within the last few months, but it does not nppuiu' that the former calamity stimulated the inhabitants to adopt any precautionary measures to prevent or to meet a similar visitation. There was a great deficiency of water, some of the supply used to extinguish the Jinnies having been drawn from Melbourne in carls, a distance of between two and three miles. Such apathy oil the part of the inhabitants is much to be regretted, but the principle upon which our people generally act in these cases, is the penny wise and pound foolish. A moilerutc outlay for pre ventive contrivances might have obviated this enormous loss of pro...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LAND AT LAST! [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

I • LAND AT LAST! Pleasant is it, and soul-reviving to tlie shipwrecked crow, tossed about for many a weary day on Ocean's vast expanse in Bomo frail bop.t, overcome with sickness, starvation and fatigue till tlie light of hope has waned and well-nigh died away, to hear the cheering cry from the lips of some keen-eyed and watchful mate of " Land, ho ! Land !'' No less delightful to us, who have been pining for the heritage which we had voyaged some 16,000 miles to possess, but which au usurper had previously claimed, and clung to like a miser to his glittering guineas even to the hour of death, is the glad intelligence that the dis posal of the waste lands of the colony has been committed entirely to the bnnds of the Legislative Council. It will be found, on reference to the 4th and sixth clauses of the " Waste Lands Bill," published in our issue of Saturday last, that this is the case. It now remains with ourselves tp enter into and pos sess the land before us, or to leave it in th...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1855. PUBLIC MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSIONj Otnl IUGlITfl, AND OUK ItESOUIiCES. "sXtUhUay; SBPTEMBjER"l5,'"lisiT" PUBLIC MEETINGS. The report of the public meeting held last Saturday, which appeared iu Wednesday':; issue is suggestive of many considerations, and we copceive it to be a duty imperative upon a public journalist to speak of all such public assemblies in the manner they deserve, When T^restless demagogues, afflicted with a violent y /diarrhea of meaningless words, or designing . ■ s^dventurers, who will do anything for a living ^her than betake themselves to honest in get uj) public makings and spout by - jt becomes pecessary to put a few r 1 "x. 'i plain questions. What is tbo objcot of these meetings ? Is there any great public question demanding a demonstrative expression of opinion ou the part of tho people ? And is the particular meeting in question the proper and legitimate expression of .that opinion ? Upon this subject there has been far too little earnest consideration...

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THE ELECTORAL LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

THE ELECTORAL LIST. In another column will bo found a letter from Mr. Denovuu, referring to the electoral list, aud making enquiries concerning the registra tion of the diggers. There does not appear to be any reason to suspect the bad faith on the part of the government hinted at by our cor respondent, but it is very certain that there has been great neglect in not making every thing connected with the enrolling of the names of qualified persons upon tho electoral list, as public as possible. It is in tho usual spirit of cheese-puring economy, which begrudges a few pounds for so important a matter. It appears that the electoral list for the Sandhurst district waa compiled by tho police soma two or three weeks ago, and if we are to believe them, they performed tho arduous task with great faith and accuracy. The names of all persons duly qualified by tho possession of freehold or leasehold property, &c., were en rolled by the several collectors sent out to com pile the list. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

BIRTH. On the 12th instant, the wife of Richard Cooke, Esq., White Hills Road, of a son. MARRIED. On the 13th September, 1855, at the Kangaroo Flat Steam Crushing Mills, by the Rev. James Ballantine, Margaret, only daughter of the late Alexander Young, Baker, Edinburgh, to the Rev. James Nish, Presbyterian Minister, Sandhurst.

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GRIEVANCES AND EVILS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

GRIEVANCES AND EVILS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. Sir,—Having become lately a resident of Sandhurst, I have   noticed several grievances which the worthy citizens calmly   tolerate, but which appear to me intolerable. 1st: The Chinese sticks, with which they carry their burdens, and which have a knack of saluting one's eyes, unbidden, in Pall Mall, especially on Saturdays. 2nd: The famous Pons Asinorum, or Pike's Bridge—Mr. Editor, when is it to be finished and rendered passable?   3rd: An indefinite quantity of gunpowder stored near me— the name I send you in confidence. Mr. Editor, I retire nightly to bed with the comfortable reflection that I may awake to find   myself converted into a skyrocket. I would much rather join the Australian contingent for the Crimea, and, if I must die in "sulphuring vapour," have the satisfaction of knowing that it was to some purpose. 4th: German brass bands and Dutea hurdy-gurdy playe...

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THE OVENS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

THE OVENS. Great complaints are made of the inefficient Post   Office arrangements at the Ovens. The Advertiser re- marks :—" Yachandandah is a Government township, situated in the midst of a population of at least 1,000 souls; the nearest post office to this locality is at Beechworth, sixteen miles distant. At Snake Valley about 600 people have settled themselves down, and have drawn up a petition, praying for a township to be surveyed and sold. This spot is about seven miles from Beechworth, and has no post office. At the Wool- shed there is a population of about 2000 individuals, the nearest post office being about eight miles distant. At Buckland the population is about 300, and the inhabi-   tants have to proceed fifty-five miles to post and receive   their letters !" Splendid Leap.—On tho 20th August, whilst a three.' year old colt belonging to Mr. Johnson, of tho Oven» ami Buffalo rivers, was being broken in for the first time, he made a...

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SUBURBAN LOTS. MARONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

SUBUKBAN LOTS. MAROXG. • • Fricoror Lot, A. ,fl.: r. rnrchascr. Aero. " "1'20 "2 20 Joseph Martin, and Robert' . £ a. iapsley .. 2 2 ; 3 31" 2 Si'' John WhUis .. .. ..2 0 8'34 2 0 William Clinrlcsworth 2 0 -4-9 0 :0 Ditto.. .. .. .. 0 . SAXDnimST (Bendigo Croek.) .!? ,,A' Joliu Davits .. . . .. 3 ' i: Benjiiuiin Rojier .. ®; 9 1 tfefc-Vi' Kirniso (Myer's Flat.) . r,. , 7 10 0 10 WUilliam Shadbolt ..' •'0 Patriotic Fusri.—Tlie Committee of this fund met at the Freemasons' Hotel, 011 Wednesday evening last, wlien Messrs. Gilkov, Lewis, and Kennedy, who attended as ii"delegation" from tlie Fire Brigade, were, added to tlio: committee. Mr. Stamlish stated tliat he and Mr. Wiiueli hat! waited on Mr. Coleman, as proposed at a former meeting, and tliat lie would be liappy to play for the benefit of tlio fund any day within the xiext ten days, and he had no doubt that the ladies aiid gentlemen who lia'd recently been playiiig with him would "bo happy to do the same. Saturday week next was f...

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THE DIGGINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 September 1855

THE DIGGINGS. A rush of Chinese has taken place at Jackass Flat ; there are about 100 at work doing very well. The sink- ing is from four to eight feet, and the gold is heavy. There has also been a rush to some surfacing, which pays good wages. A great deal of earth is being re- moved and carted away to the puddling machines. Parties are setting in along the Bendigo Creek, washing the surface stuff thrown up by former diggers and de- serted. They consist, however, chiefly of Chinese. Quartz mining is still prosecuted with vigor. The claims in New Chum Gully have in several instances yielded surprising results. On Thursday, out of one claim, there was taken a dish full of gold nuggets and specimens. Gold is found in the claims taken up in Golden Gully, and several handsome specimens found, though the vein has not yet been struck. Operations are still carried on in the claim opened by Messrs. Hay- cock and Emmett, on the continuation of the Monument Hill reef. Gold is still found in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 September 1855

WANTED, tailors.—Apply to Cooper mul Knbutlmu, l'all Mai I. f.SaeplO TED, two pnperlmngers. Nononcptl apply Imt thorough tr:i(k'Bmon, to wliom liberal wngcs will 1>« given. Apply J. Ilollinsworth, Ciimp ITotol, Kngle IIawIc, 52»epl9 ANTED, a boy.—Apply Advertiser Ollice, early. w ANTIC I), ft Hon p maker.—Apply at W. and (J. Liinsi'll'rt, View Point.' ■ 3-iGplO w ANTKD, n respectable female as general servant. Apply nt the office of this paper. 98-lseplO w ANTKD, immediately, a smart lad to set up pins nt the Sandhurst Hotel Bowling Saloon. 2lscpl9 WANTED, nn assistant.—Apply at tlie'SIelboarno Store, 1st White Hill, Aiso, a boy, ' 53sepl9 ~X\TANTED, a respectable voutli, one accustomed to a VY storo preferred.- References necessary. Albion Store, Epsom. J3sepl9 T$TANTED, employment bv a man experienced in V V farming and kitchen gardening. Address Laborer, oilice of this paper. - - lseplO WANTED, ft cook ; also a waiter. Tlioso only wlio have had hotel experience need apply. Alb...

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