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

SATUKDAY. DECEMBER 12th. LMACPHEKSON and CO. havo received instruc . tions from tlic Proprietor, who js about to leave the colony, to dispose of by auction, on Saturday, the 12th instant, after their usual Horse Sale, Allotment 13 of section 4, portion B, subdivided • into 8 allotments, a3 follows 3 allotments in Short-street, 6,7, and 8, frontage 19 feet, depth 50 feet. , Allot. 1, 31 feet frontage to private road, 18 feet wide, by depth of 57 feet. 2, 3, and 4 allotments, 30 feet frontage to pri - - vato road, 18 feet wide, by depth of 57 feet. '8/ 25 feet frontage to private road, by a depth of 57 feet. The above allotments aro well worthy tho attention of "Tiartiba in want of a good business locality, as they will ie sold a bargain, plan of which can be seen at the office of. the auctioneers. 231janl2 MONDAY, 2lst JANUARY. For Positive Sale. LMACPHERSON and CO. have received instnic » tions from Mr. Henry Burton to dispose of, by public auction, on the above date after their usu...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1856. THE MUNICIPALITY A FACT! [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

THE BBNOISP ADVERTISEE» PBOQRKSSION, OUR EIGHTS, AND OUR RKSODIiCKS. • SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1856. THE MUNICIPALITY A FACT! Tim proceedings of the citizens of Sandhurst during tlie last few days, with reference to the election of a Municipal Council, as reported in our columns of this day's issue, will, we are satis fied, be perused with universal interest and satis faction. Not that till! proceedings were every thing that they should he, for there were many things objectionable enough, and the election itself is a very cautious and well-guarded acceptance of the responsibilities of Municipal Government. The meeting of Thursday was, at its commence ment, very noisy, the blame of the disorder being pretty equally divided among both parties, and towards the conclusion, the common-sense and re flection of the district were scandalized by n parcel of boys playing ducks and drakes with civil pri vileges, by the nomination of such colebrities as General Simpson, Lord .John Russell, and Ch...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

a 11 iFfii\(j INTliLLLGKN CK. I'OllT OF MfcXBOUllNK. V AUKIVKli. •Tamnrv 0.—f'hriatian, DkiiWIi Hhip, from Coponhacen, 20tU Soptemlmr—J»*dv Hlrd, s.s.h. from LuimivRton, 8th instant tvitli twelve cubm nnd twelve aotomgo psson^ers.—>\mger. biir«]uet from Talcrthutuio, 27th Oceoher* . ; January 10.--Cliampioh, h.s.s. from Portjanp, &c., ^vilh twelve cabin and thlrtj'-olglif. Htwuuo -.passengers.—Texas, American., barque, front Now York, lltli N-pfeinbcr, with tweuty-six hIvv.vh^q jwtsionfrow.—IJurra Hurra, p.s.«. from Adelaide, 2nd iustunt, with iilno cabin uud forty steerage passengers. n.wi.r.t). «Tanunry I).—Itueen, for "Wurmambool; and Storm Bird., for l*ortAlbeit.' :. .t. . ■ ■ . / PROJRCTKD DKVXmjnnr.H/ T*on Loxdok.—Statesman,19th •lutmnry; Anglesey, 20th -Tanti ftry;;Tliiunc-v SJInl Jannary;. Invilidble 2"ith .Tammry: Collier, *teamor, 2Gth January ;.Mod\vav, lst ; February; Indemnity, 5th February ; Viscount, 1st March ; >->?o\v Great JJrUain, Stcbon linath, e...

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

fTNHE BKNDICJO ADVERTISER, the first f JL nowapapcr on the Victoria Goldfiolds, and the besi Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, POBLISnKD EVER! TuESDAT-, ThUESDAY AND SATURDAY Mar. sing, la printed and published at Sandhurst, the township ol the "district of Bfiudigo, the Metropolitan Goldlield : of Alhatiralia. • Tlift Bfekotsd Auvbrtossb has the most extensive circulation of ariy provincial paper in the colony. The. impirttttttfaof this journal rs an advertising medium must fee at dfl&e pfertefved when it is known that Sandhurst is tiotorily ttia'cAPiTAi cf one of the Lahoust Qoldfields, biit ia the ihttrt of the extensive 1'autobal District oatnpHking the valleys of the Lodddn and Caiipaspik, and tlhb Wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray'. The'political principles of this journal aro liberal—such ba itra almost universally recognised as in accordance Vith 'the development of a young and vigorous colony irito. a ■noole and world-reuowued nation. Tho local ...

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MELBOURNE. Argus Office, Wrdnesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

JIKUJOUUSE. ; Ar(f\i3 Offico, Wcdnonilay Evening. I OoM remains fit £0 15s."per ounce, with a brisk trade for ship input. Export duly was paid at the Customs during tho dixy on S(),12fi oauccs for the Ked Jacket to Liverpool. This vosi.o cleared out in the aftenwoirwitlrthe most valuable cargo tli'at has led t.liis port for some months. The gold ou freight amounts la 100,G3(J ounces, besides parcels in the bands of passcrigerd.' .irvjus Office, Thursday Even ng. Gold remains at'JE3 IS per ounce."" Duty was paid on 2,5iJ0 ounceii for export in thehnorning, chiefly for sydtioy.. ' Private advices from Adelaido speak highly of tho .progress of the harvest, but tho journals arc silent on tho subject. No change hud taken place iu. prices of flour or wheat since the 27th ult. Our dates from Tawnanin are of tho 8th instauit. The import market was dull, and tho flour market quist at that date. Tlw Cornwall CkrovJdc savs—M\Vo ran expect but little . further change in the llonr market until t...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 January 1856

GOM.AJ I3RCIAL INTELLIGENCE. GOLD MAUKKT. 'Advcrlitrr Office, 'KrUlav Kvenlnir. Tho prico of goltl has ndvnnccd to £814s. 9d, thla cvcniuy, and A further ndvuiico in spoken.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE MINERS' PROTECTION ASSOCIATION. (Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO T/IE MEMBERS OF THE MINERS' TECTION ASSOCIATION. {Per favor of the Bendhjo Advertiser.) Follow-members,—Permit me to direct your attention to the advertisement, convening a meeting on to-morrow (Wednesday) evening, and to inform you that it is esseutial to: the revivification nnd perpetuation of the society that you do attend that meeting. As most important changes must needs be carried out commencing immediately—should you there and then endorse by your approval, our acts at the last published meeting of our body. Trusting that you will not be found wanting in the due performance of your present duties, I remain. Yours in tlie cnuse, J. D. BOURAN. The Chairman of The Local Count.—Atthemeet ing of the Local Court Iield on Saturday lust, a resolution wliich apears iu another portion of our columns was passed, expressive of regret at the.projected departure of Mr. Jones for Ireland. Prom wliat we have seen of tbis gentleman since he came amongst us, we have...

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LOCKWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

LOCKWOOD RACES; These races commenced on Monday .week last. The weather' ttas most unprdpitioits, nevertheless, towards the appointed hour a large number assembled;' rTthe course was in a dreadful state. ' The first race came off a little after noon, for the ■ PiiBttpAxs' PUiibe,—A sweepstakes 'of 2 • so vs. eacli, with' 26 sovs. added. Distance 2 miles.' One event. Weight forage. • 1. Mr. Draper's b. m. Jeannette. 2. Mr. Cabin's g. g. Easy Johu. 8. Mr. Fisher's b. g. Black Swan. 4. Mr. Ciihill's c. h. Bai'iuiuv.t.. Thin was a good race, Easy John and Jeannette run ning well together Apratest was entered against the mare, rtnd Easy John took the race, placing Black Swan second. . The Town Plate was tlie next race, for 25 sovs., for horses bona Jido the property of residents on Buljock Creek. Entrance 0 sovs. Catcli weights. One liiile heats. . - ' . - . There were five entries for this race; Jeannette again running under protest. The race was good between Tommy and the mare, tu Lu b...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Friday, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

COURT OF PETTT SESSIONS. (Before tlie Stipeuclinry Magistrate.) Friday, lltli January. Drunk and DisonoEni.T.—John Wright was fined forty shillings or three days' imprisonment. Towns Act.—:G. and T. Harker, charged with leaving a cart in a public thoroughfare, pleaded guilty, and the case was dismissed.—John Harper, Matliew Mann, and Bobert Miller pleaded guilty to causing a public nuisance, and had to find sureties for its removal. Assault.—Simon O'Neil was charged with this of fence. It appeared that the prosecutor, Wiliiam King, and his mate, Wyndliam Kendall, went to the Black Swan Hotel on Thursday last, about twelve o'clock iu the morning, and asked for beds j not being able to get these they wished they commenced making a great noise, cursing and swearing, and when one of the barmen, named Vernon Farr, called iu Detectives ONeil and White to assist him in putting them out, which they tried to do quietly. Mr. Iron was lying in the house dangerously ill when the prosecutor twic...

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NERRING, MYERS' FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

NERUING. MYERS' FLAT. The following petition is to be this day for warded to the lion, the Surveyor-General, with rcepcct to the povtion of lfmd at Nerving applied fox- under pre-emptive right by Mr. Donald Came ron, of Bullock Creek, which has been before re ferred to in our columns. Tho petition is largely signed by the most respectable inhabitants of the district, and but for the want of time would have been subscribed to by almost the entire population of the locality :— " To the Hon. Andrew Clarke, Surveyor-General. " The petition of the undersigned gold miners, publicans, and storekeepers, residing at and in the vicinity of Myers' Flat, humbly sheweth— " That the undersigned residents in Myers' Flat, Peg Leg and Sailors' Gullies would most respect fully request— " That the grant of land applied for by Donald Campbell, Esq., of Bullock Creek, containing one square mile, or G40 acres, situate on Myers' Creek, and known as Myers' Station, containing within its area the only avail...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

LETTERS for Wm. Cooper niul John Troctor are lying at the office of this pfcp'tr. • NOTICE. , Oar subscribers at a dfstnneb will ploaKo to rnmcmbcr that wo have now outcrcd on a new year, and that their subscriptions for the past quarter full duo on the 31bt December last, and that a prompt remittance is renuestcd. ' MACK AY and CO.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. From the Melbourne Papers. Thursday, Jan. 10th, 1856. The Speaker took the chair at three o'clock. PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Ffnm the Melbourne Piiners:- f Thursday, Jan. lOtl), 1800. ' The Speaker took ihe:cliairnt three o'clock.- ' PETITIONS. Potitions were presented against any alterations in the Liquors Sale Laws, by Messrs. lrvfe nntl Sargood; and by Mr. Cameron; from the -"miners of the Ovens, against the granting any fresh claims at tlie new creeks or waterlioles without the sanction of the Looal Court. ' NOTICES. The following notices of motion were given:—. Mr. Campbell gave notice of a resolution, on the following day, affirming the inexpediency of introducing the ballot into tho new Elsotoral Bill. Mr. Fellows of his intention to move for a return of tho weekly business transacted Mi Courts of Petty Sessions where polioe magistrates presided. The ChiefSecretnry, of his intention to move for leave to bring in bills to authorise an assessment on stork, and to continue the Act for the Prevention of the Influx of Criminals. .Mr. Grant, of liis intentiou, on Tuesday, to introduc...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

.LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS, By tho amYsJ -of -iiu^ Cl'isjiierden. ship, from Loudon, we have received news to the 2~(J[U"of OetffberT Tlie news from the seat of war, although spread over rather lengthy details, is, in the aggregate, very import ant ; establishing the fnot that the Russian army in the C-imea is becoming .daily in a more'critical state, while the successful operations of the Allied Fleets at the month of tlie Dnieper, and the destruction of the forts that tuny bo termed the key to NicolaielF, render their position, still more hopeless. The allied forces in llie: Crimea now exceed 200,000 effective men ; and, as an officer writing from the catnp observes, " How the Rus sians are to escape from such a force ant of the penin-, sula, with the sea on all sides in our hands, is a puzzle,: whicli we may leavo for Count Neaselrhcle- and his abet-, tors and.apologists in London,.in Manchester, in Berlin, • in Brussels; and elsewhere. . Gortschakoff is clever, at getting over a brid...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1856. REGISTRATION OF VOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUK RIGHTS, AND.ODtt ItESOCItCES. TUESDAY/' JANUARY IS, 185G. REGISTRATION OF VOTES/ The idea of making the' reglatration of Votes depend upon the voters, seems atiirst sight specious • enough. How manly attdirresistible it sounds, to say, that men who, will .not take the trouble to re gister their votes do-not" deserve to have , the privi lege of A'dtirig.5 .-A ; similar cry was raised when the injustice of making the miner's vote depend on his paying X8 per annum, w& pointed out,'. Why,' 4aid Mr. J. I« Foster to an admiring House, the i inan who "begrtidgc's X8 por annum for - the privi lege of voting, does not deserve to possess the franchise ! .llecent events have altered that state; if,things, and:'JSl per annum now purchases the privilege to mine and to vote at the same time; .and the digger does not grumble at the .price put *!pan the earning of 'liis daily .bread, and his exer «ibe^'qf''the^figlits'Of a freeman. But we should ],ik...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The first meeting of the Municipal Council was leld at the Bendigo Hotel at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Present—Messrs. Jones, Emmett, Haycock, Harney, Simons, Bell, and Sullivan. Mr. Haycock was voted to the chair pro tern., and Mr. Simons to bo secretary pro tern, ' It having been agreed that the chairman should be proposed, but not seconded, Mr. Harney proposed Mr. Sullivan. ' Mr. S. Jones, in a short eulogistic speech, pro posed Mr. Emmett. Messrs. Sullivan and Emmett having left the room, the votes were then by ballot, at. the con clusion of which the candidates re-entered the room> and the Chairman announced the election to have fallen on Mr, Emmett—four votes having, been recorded for that gentleman, and one for Mr.. Sullivan. _ v The Chairman elect said that ho should studi ously endeavor, to do his duty to the public, and pay . bw»ijung_ respsct to the members of the Mr. Jlayooik then vacated the chair, and Mr. EraraeH entered on his duties. ... . T...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, January 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

local court; Saturday, January. ]2tH;. •Present::• The Chairman,'Messrs.- C:.Jones, We therell, Hunt, Rawlins, and O'Conor. ' '■ -;~"Th6"Glerk"' read:~a~lefte'r-' from the CHief^Secre torjr's officej;having reference to ^suggestion of tW Court's on'tho subject of fees, and stating that no • objection existed to a scale being framed and.sub mitted for approval ; but that the demanding a fee on the granting a lease was beyond the poww of the Courts Albert Clay applied for sixteen yards of a quartz reef in Opossum Gully. There were three itf the • party. Mr. O'Conor moved, and Mr. Wetlierell second ed, that the lease be granted. " Mr. J. J ones moved; and Mr. Rawlings seconded that the lease be not granted. .• The usual discussion took place, but nothing new ■was elicited- , ; The Chairman, gave his casting vote in favor of granting.the lease, which was therefore granted.. John Terrens v. James Davis and David Jones. _ The plaintiff'sought a dissolution of partnership. Mr. Cutten appea...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

SillPLJiNQ INTKLLIGliNCli PORT OK AniHYi;n, . * January 11.— Clasmorden, snip/from London 28th 'October, with fourteen mibm and, one hmulrctl anil twen ty-five intermediate ;)n<l sle.ehi^e passengers; Oheruxker, ship, from London 10th ' V-fohi'r; Shooting Star, ship, from Liverpool 2Sth October, with six cabin aud twentv ■seven intermediate passengers; City of Hobart, s.s.s., frotn^Hphu,i;t /ro-.vu tttll instant, with sixteen .cnbiu, ami. thirty-four r.i.nk ami fiUi of the 1 Uh llegt., four women, eleven children, andiorly-ttve steerage"passengers. JanuHKy 12.—Wongii Wongit, ss.s., from Sydney Oth inat., with eight cabin and seventy intermediate and steerage passengers;* Ann Miln, barque,from PotnVake lteld 1st iustl ; Mary Smith, schooner, from "Adelaide 8th inst., with -twenty-two steerage passengers ; Snitana, H. M. ship, from Liverpool ?lst October, with thirteen ca bin and 205 intermediate anil steerage. passengm; Statesman, sliijp, from Geulong; Alice Martin, schoon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

TH E BE N Did 0 AOVBKTISIS.lt, the first newspaper on tlio Victoria Goldfieldst and the bes, Inland Advertising Medium in the colonv, r'DBUSlIBD EVERV TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SiTDRDAV ■ .. . Horsing, if printed arid published at Sandhurst, the township ol the district of Beudigo, the Metropolitan Goldtielu of";Au9tr«*iia. . Tho Bendioo AnvEiiTtsKR has the moat extensive rireulatiou of any provincial paper in tho colony. Tin importance of this journal lis an advertising medium must be at:once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is pot only tho capital of one of tho Largest Ooldfiblds, but i» the mart of tlio citensivo Pastoral District eomprioiii^ the valleys of the Loddon and Oampaspik, nnd the" wide avid fertile plains extending to the Murray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such ij* are almost universally recognised as in accordance xith tho development of a young and vigorous colony into & noble and world-renowned nation. The local intercuts of Be...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. (From Monday's Argus.) Argus Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

■MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL KEWS. , <*i. . J * (ifrom- Mondays Argxt$.\ - I Argus Office, Friday evening I _ There^ iij very little: irad'e doing with the. Melbourne 'jjoid-buyers, the price continuing lo be under that offer ing at .uiany. of the gold-fields. Brokers now buy at i£3"i15s:.'per ounce. Ihity was paid during tlie day on 1017 ounces, chiefly for export to Sydney. , Jrgus Ollicc, Saturday Evening; ^ Tlielmport trade bus shewn signs of returning acti vity this week. Country, bnyers- are coming forward freely, but up to the present time .there have been more inquiries than actual transactions.- There have been few changes in,.the market since Wednesrtay FlpuVjjind; provisions remain steady : of the latter we. iay.e.had,heavy-arrivals. -,Tlie eargo. ot jugRfcx Impe ratrice Eugenie, from Mauritius," lias been sold at £32 10s. Cartage.—BullocJ: teams, £8 to £9 per ton; borse teams,, ill to £12. ... i; ;•

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

COM.AJERCIAL'INTiiLLlGENOE. SANDHURST GOLD. MARKET, ,.r| OfHoe, . S . i- ' Monday'Evening. •;Goldj remdihs;ste'a<ly;at £3 1-ls. W. per oz. ^ • AVe are'1 informed that the amalgamated' gold from tlio 'Great Western.t Quarts Crushing;. Company's works is botight 'hy ;tlie 'BArilc of New' South Wales at'the'same rate lis' given for gully gold; '.£3' lis. 0d, We think that other quartz crushing companies would find it to their intarest to secure for the miner tlie same advantage.

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