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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

BIRTH.                 On the 11th instant, at Back Creek, Sandhurst, the wife of     Mr. Stuart F. Templeton, of twins—a son and daughter.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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HOSPITAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

HOSPITAL MEETING. A special meeting of the Hospital Committee took place on Friday evening at the Bendigo Hotel, present, Mr. Sullivan, chairman, Messrs. Bissill, O'Conor, Casey, Jones, Pike, Cahill, Harney, Kennedy, Dr. Bacchaus, Dr. O'Brien, Dr. Boone, Dr. Hunt, Dr. Barnett, Dr. Roche, and the Hon. Secretary. _ The meeting was called for the purpose of de vising some means of raising funds for the suste nance of the hospital. Mr. O'Conor, ex-secretary, in answer to a ques tion from the chairman, stated that his late Excel lency promised from tlie general hospital fund a sum of £1G32 10s. 8d., on which the committee had proceeded to expend it and on application being sent to the Auditor-General, it appeared that prior to any payment being made it was neccssary to show that a certain sum had been ex pended on the building. Mr. Casey stated that Dr. Owens was willing to assist in any thing conducive to the advantage of the Bendigo Hospital. A resolution was passed " That the Hon. Sec...

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THE EPSOM RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

THE EPSOM RUSH. The following particulars have been furnished to us by a gentleman , residing in the vicinity of Epsom respecting the progress of the rush there. We are extremely sorry that the diggers have,   violated the sanctity of private property, and in- truded upon the land without proper legal per- mission, but must admit that there are many cir- cumstances to palliate their conduct. The Go- vernment now, we hope, will see the necessity of at once coming to a decision upon a question which is likely to be fraught with such disagree- able consequences if left as at present:— I have this afternoon been down to the Epsom rush, and from the information I obtained, and on which I can rely, I feel pretty satisfied the lead does not go, as is generally supposed, towards Eagle Hawk, but continues in a line towards where I suppose these parties are digging. To-day, about 2 o'clock, the private property of Dr. Bacchus and others was rushed, and there are now about 500 cla...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 January 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.)   At Spring Gully there is a good deal of work going on both in the quartz and alluvial sinking. This gully has long been famed for its richness, and it is the opinion of some that the deposits in quartz will not be surpassed by those of any part of this goldfield.     At the Milkmaids' Flat the quartz is being ex- tensively and profitably worked. Several claims are down a considerable depth, and the proprietors are satisfied with the result of their labors. The   diggings must extend in this direction, and the in- dications of quartz reefs hold out great inducement to the prospector.             At Epsom we have heard of some enormous yields during the last week, and on an average the miners continue to do well at this place. The   population is still on the increase. The private property in t...

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

WANTED a perioral Female Servant. Apply to Wm. Wood, bottom of New Chum Gullv. 8janI5 ANTED, a Cook, At tlie Quartz Miners' Arms, Iron Bark,—a steady, experienced Cook. None others need apply. 254janl5 WANTED a first-rate Cooper to make kegs. Apply at Crowley's Cooper Shop, Williamson-street. 3jw22 ANTED a first-rate General Blacksmith ; none Imt a good and steady hand need apply at the Thistle Hotel, Sydney Flat-, 2j«nl7 WANTED Man and Wife for a station. Inquire at this office. Cjanl5 WANTED; a Married Couple. A man who under stands driving liorse and dray preferred.- Apply to James Brooks, blacksmith, High-street. lOjanl5 WANT liD, Qnarrymen awl Stone Breakers, on and after Cth instant, on the varions works from Essendon to Malmsbiirv. Bruce and Le Page, con tractors. Apply on the works. 258feb9 WANTED to sell, 200 bushels best feed Barley, at 10s. Cd. per bushel. Sydney Store, head of Suitors' Gtullr. J. Meiklejohn, proprietor. 205c WANTKD a respectable Female Servant. Inquire a...

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

MONDAY, 2! at JANUARY. For Positive Sale, LMACPIIEIJSOX nuJ CO. liavo received instrue o tions from Mr. Henry Bui to" to ilisposo of, by jmblic. auction, on tho above date after their usual horse sale, at tho Yards, ' The following allotments of Land, iu itundy, Bull, juid William streets, Without tho slighted reserve. Allotments 15, 11, 8, section 5), portion C. Allotment 10, section 4, portion 0. The above allotments are in the vicinity of Market square,.and os they aro to .be sold to the highest bidder n bargain njay be anticipated. 240janl9 THIS DAY. Jones's Horso Repository, Pall Mall. S,. JONES will sell by auction, this day,— Draught, hack, and light harness horses, . (Sale at haltVpast eleveu, a.m. 119o ■ Merchandise. - CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. .-..WILLIAMS and O'KlflEFFE, • ' Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants, !l"Market Square, HAVE much pleasure in thanking their friends and the publio for tho patronage bestowed on them in the above department of their business; also in the P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

MONDAY, 21>t JANUARY. For fonitive Sale. . IMAOPIIEHS'tX anil CO. have received instruo Jt limis irom Mr. Henry Burton, lo dispone of, by: jiinnii! miction, on tliu above.dute after their usual horse sale, at (lie Yards, . . T! (i following allotments of Land, in Mtuuly, Bull, and W.lliam streets, " , Without the slightest reserve. v ... Allotments 15, .11, 8, section.0, portion C. ■ \ Allotment 10, section-..4, portion 0. . ■ The above allotments nre in the vicinity of Market Rqnkrc,.and as they wo to bo sold to the highest bidder; n bargain may be anticipated. 240janl9 THIS DAY. . Joncs'a Ilorao Repository, Pall Mall. SJONliS will sell by ■auction, this day,— • Draught, hack, and light harness horses.' Sale ajb half-past eleven, a.m. 1198 . iicieliamlisc. CHItlSTMAS FESTIVAL. WILLIAMS and O'KEEFFE, Wholesale \Yino' anil Spirit Moreliants, . •• ' ... . "Market Square,-: 5 HAVE much pleasure in thanking ilicir friends and: the public for the"patronage bestowed on thein; :iii"the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

WA N'T ED a first-rate Cooper to ranke kegs. Appe al Gtowley's Cooper Shop, "Williamson-street. 3jnn22 "\T7"ANTED a first-rate General Blacksmith ; none W but a good and steady hand need apply at the Thistle Hotel, Sydney Flat. 2janl7 ANTED, Qnarrynien and Stone Breakers, on and after 6th instant, on the various works from Eaaendon to Malmslniry. Bruce and Le Pa«e, con tractors. Apply on the works 258feb9 WANTED to sell, 200 bushels best feed Barley, at lO.i. Cd. per bushel. Sydney Store, 'head of Sailors'Gull v. J. Meiklejohn, proprietor. 205s WANTED a respectable Female Servant. Inquire at Smith's Glasgow Boot Mart, Fall Mall. Good references required. ]5janl7 WANTED, Tinsmiths. Wages no object to a first rate jobbing lmnd. Pill Mall Tinshop. i I7jnnl9 WANTED a Plain Cook arid-General Female' Ser vant. Apply at the "Wellington Hotel, Epsom, Seventh White Hill.-. . 5janl7 WANTED a Smart Lad.- Apply at the office of this paper. Oc WANTED Wood Cutters. Apply at the Butchers Arms Hote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

LETTERS for the following persons lire lyinpr at the office of tliis paper:—Mr. James Kerr, Mri'Pa trick Walsh. . . , KOTICE. Our subscribers (it a distance will pleaso to Tomcmber that we have now entered on a-now year, and tlifit their subscriptions ifor tho past quarter fell due on the 31st Decembor last, anil that a prompt remittance Is requested, MACKAY and CO.

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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

OFFICIAL MKMOBAKDA. Nwnt>er of Miner's Bights issued during week endingl2th instant .. .. (M Do. Business Licenses, do. do..... ■ .. 8 at £3 10 0 Do. do.., do. do. .. ..nil,, 5 0 0 Do. do. do. do. .. 5 „ 10 0 0 Do. Protection Tickets do- do. .. ..nil Amount of gold deposited during week ending 12tli instant .. .. 07107..10 dwt. Do. cash do. do.. .... .. .. ... £270 0 0 Do. gold withdrawn do. do. .. ..1173 07.. Do. cash do. do..do. ... ... £150 0 0 Balance remaining tm Gold Office, gold 13798 oz. and cnsli .. .. .. .. £2111 0 O Escort to Melbourne, on Tuesday, 15th instant— Sandhurst, 0150 oz. gold) and £304-1 10 O IlealUcote, 001 oz. do. and nil. Total .. .. 7,111 oz, and £8044 0 0 Amount of fees received in cases of encroachment, £31

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PROSPECTING. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

raOSI'UCTINc;. (To the Editor of the BcniUno Advertiser.} Sir,—May I ask if tlie Prospecting Association (which I believe lms funds in hand) is ever again to make an attempt at resuscitation ? At tlie present time there is a splendid field in our quartz dykes, for prospecting parties. " - X feel Buve that a large amount might ho raised by public subscription for 3ucli a purpose; and may I ask, why an association of that kind should not hold a good quartz claim—the proceeds to be expended in prospect ing qnartz reefs in this district ? . At all events,-ilie matter is of real' importance, and might be earned out advantageously. ; I'am informed, that there is a nest egg in the shape of cash, tent,!&e., to commence with, and the sooner a beginning is made the belter, I am. Sir. Yours truly. . HOMO. Tue Chief Commission-eh op Poi.tcE.—We under stand that Mr. Mitchell, the head of the police, wlio lias lately returned to the colony before the termination of the two yearsMeave of a...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1856. PUBLIC VERSUS PRIVATE INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, FROaitKSSIOX, OUR RIGHTS, AND ODE RESOURCES. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17,' 1856. PUBLIC VERSUS PRIVATE INTERESTS. Tiie present difficulty at Epsom challenges seri ous consideration from nil parties of the commu nity, but from none more especially than from the miners themselves. It will not lie necessary to remind them, in order to give force to any remarks that we may make, that we have their interests deeply at heart, being impressed with .ii profound conviction th'at in "this" district all other, interests stand or fall with the Mining Interest. On more accounts than'one our sympathies are entirely on the side of those industrious sons of toil, who in this colony afford; such abundant evidence of the ■" dignity of labor." Their labor is the solid foun dation on which the community is Tearing the ■fabric of a great and mighty nation. They have teen the chief sufferers from misgovernmeut, and are'the most exposed to wrong., -In serving the diggers.the public have d...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. AMENDMENT OF THE GOLD-FIELDS ACT. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

ORIGINAL COIIRESPONDEJSTC!•., AMENDMENT ok TTlli Ot)l<f>-VTRI,TVS' AC'lV.. To the Eilltnr nf thf Jli Hfth}* ! Sir,—I do myself tlif honor to mmvuril v>>u;¥u'exftril'nt"{! of«letter X hHW;r^tv<S":ftnmrM«*^VuioHf;?i5Hlirwf: ■with its enclosure. Bv. it jrotf .will; ^rtolVeTMn B.; {ho'.vs )ii» tenacity in serving,oar-_latere*!*," and. fwriis | out liia axiom of " Hie mines for the miners." Upon referring to llio report of tlie sub committee of the l.ociil Court, yon will perceive tlmt the majority nnd most im , portnnt of the proposed simendinents to he lunde in the i present (ioldliclds Act had their origiu at iiendigo. [ , 1 beg to subscribe myself Your most obedient servant, TIIOS. 1U\VI,1NC.S. " Melbourne, f>ib Jnimnrv, 180(1. ' ;; Sir,—J duly, received your letters relative to tlio powers of the, Local Court, ftiul in reply liavo to inform you that the Selec.t Committee are obtaining as much information as they can, iu order thit they may be able t...

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COMPLICATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

COMPLICATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. It would, we feel assured, be a matter of deep regret with the well-wishers of human advance ment and civilization, in England and America, that anything should occur to disturb the good understanding, which has for so long a period, subsisted between the governments of these two great nations, kindred in race, language, and asso ciations, ancient and modern. The recent intelli gence received from Europe, indicates the presence of complications which may probably involve them both in difficulties, which it will require forbearance and good sertse, on both sides, to I arrange in an amicable spirit, in order to maintain the permanency of peace, which cannot he inter rupted between them, without serious disasters, not only to the parties themselves, but to the world at large. It appears that exception lias been taken to the system of recruiting for the British army in the States. That a portion of the American population are disposed to ...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS AT KARS. (From the Supplrment to the London Gazette of Friday, October 26th.) Foreign Office, Oct. 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS, DEFEAT OF THE RUSSIANS AT KARS. (From the SuppUtnent to the London Gazette of Friday,! October With.) I Foreifni-Oflice, Oct. 26tli. The Earl of Clarendon has received n despatch from Jirigadier-GeneraVWilliams, her Majesty's Commissioner ■with the Turkish army in Asia, of which the following is a copy:— r . " Kars, Sept. 20. • " My Lord,—I have the honor to iuform your Lord ship that General Mournviefl, with the bulk of his army, at day-dawn this morning, attacked <Jur intrenched posi tion on the heights above Kara, and on the opposite side of the river. The battle lasted, without « moment's intermission, for nearly seven hours, when the enemy was driven off 111 the greatest disorder, with a loss of 2,590 dead, and nearly double that number of wounded, who were, for the most part, carried off by the retreat ing enemy. Upwards of J.000 muskets were left on the field. " Your lordship can, without a description on my part, imagine the determination of ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

SIIIITING IXTEMilGRMCE. I'OItT or AimivKJ>.r> -V.'.'1 •lanunry 1<t.—Haviljih. s.s.s.. from AdelaidelOlli inst.i with nineteen niliin aiul eighty^ steerage pTbserigers: Thomas and Ann ColpVsllip, frqtn 0 li in I si Rntl^s" Slrd. • November; Mirin Theresa, schooiicr, from "Sydney 7th' 5nst.: Wyvern. schooner, from Dntavia SJid November; • 1 I.M S. Electro, from Sydney. .January-1 5.—City of Sydney, s.s.s., from Sydney lit!) instant. with fifteen onhin and forty-three steerage pas sengers; .'P/>ron, sehnonor.'from Wmrnamhonl; Morning Star. ship, fronv Bristol 27tli October, with nine cnbin nnd forty-two huermediace and slterage passengers; KiigJc,. ship. from Liverpool 37th October, with fifteen and one hundred ^nd eight intermediate mid steerage passengersGeorge Marshall. ship, from London, via Plymouth, 20th October, with twenty-four cabin and Jifty ipternipdiale and steerage passengers ; Wnter Lily, sclionner, from Tort Sorpll; reatl, three-masted fjcjiofti),. or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

rrHE B.ENDIOO ADVE1JTI5131{, the firs; JL. ' nC\Vspaper on the Victoria Uoldlields, and the best Inland Advartining Medium in tho colony, TcBLISnED ETEK1 TuliSBAV, THURSDAY AND satbeda1 JIOEHING, U printed and published at Sandhurst, the township ol tfio dir.WCt of Beitdigo, the Metropolitan (ioldtielii to? Attsttftlia. -IT10 llbNOtoo Advertiser lias tho most extensive en'c'nUtiou of any provincial paper in tbo colony. The jttpoi'tance of this journal as an advertising medium must bfratonce perceived when it is known that .Sandhurst i> not only the capital of one of tho Laroest Ooi,nFiELos, but is the mart of tho extensive 1'astokal District comprising the valleys ot the 'Loddoh and CAMrAsriE, and tho wide and fertile plains extending to tho Murray. 1'be political principles of thin journal are'liberal—such as are almost universally recognised as in acoordance ■with the development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. The local interests of Bendi...

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MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. Argus Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET.,: Argus .Office,- Monday Evening. "Gold remains at £3 15s. per "ounce, with a brisk' dc Viiand. Duty was paid on 1897 ounces for'export during tlie day, of which 1222 ounces were for England, and 175 ounces for Sydney. - ~~J'r§iis Office, I'aeMlR^eveuing. - "TCere was considerable activity in the gold market to day; and duty was paid on 14.052 ouuces for export, of which 18,270 ounces were for Liverpool, by the Alba tross, and tlie remainder , for London, by the Anglesey and Statesman. Entries were also passed for 2007 ozs. for the Albatross, which had ' been short shipped by the Ked Jacket.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office; Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

• OOMSi)EHCUL INTELLIGENCE. . , SANDHURST G OLD MARKET. Advertiser Office; . Wednesday Evpning, .Gold is quoted at,£3 lis. Od. per oai, We liear that a spurious imittition of gold is hawked nbmil, and attempts made to sell it as pure. A little oiiution on the part of the storekeepers will frustrate this fraudnlent speculation.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. From the Melbourne Papers. Tuesday, 15th January, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 17 January 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ":From tliu Melbourne Papers. Tucsdnv, 18th Jnmmrv, 1800. > Tlia Speaker took the chair at,three,o'clock,■ nncl.re ported, to the Ilousc the answer of bis .Excellency.,to certain addresses which had been Intel)' moved; among which was one (No. IX).on the subject of the tobal Courta artlie Goldfiehls, to. whichrhis jCxcellency replied that lie Imd directed tbe paper asketlfor to be prepared. KOX1CES. Mr. Siiodgra'ss gave'notice of his intention to ask why the Mechanics'- Institution at Kiluiore was not placed-on the same footing lis other Mechanics' Institutions in the colony. Mr. Wheeler of bis iutentiou to move tor a re turn of the .additional, expense for military and police forces during' the Ballaamt riots. Mr. Fyfs that he • should move that the financial scheme submitted to the Government by Mr. Brooke be printed. Mr. Fellows of i his intention to move for a committee to take tbe case of Mr. Wm. Eoberlson into consideration. Mr. Wheeler of Jiis intentio...

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