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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

WANTED a first-rate Cooper to timko kegs. Apply at Crowley's Cooper Sllop, Williamsoiirstreot. 0j'\n2i WANTi-D, Qmirrvmen and Stone Breakers, on and ; after 6th instant, on the various works from Essendon to Miilmslmry. Bruce and Lb Pntre, con tractors. Apply on the works 258t'el>3 WANTED to sell, 200 bushel* best feed Barley, at 10a, 6d. per bushel. Sydney Store, head of Sailors'. Golly. J. Meiklejohn, proprietor. '2Q5c "TTTANTKD, Tinsmiths. Wages no object to a first W rate jpbbing hand. Pall Mall Tinshop. 17janl9 WANTEDa Smart Young Man- Apply at the office of this paper. Oc HOARDERS. BOAKDEIiS. BOAKDK1W. WANTED Boarders at Wallach'a Hiilf-way House, I Wliite Hills Kond. Termil 30*. per week. ' Breakfast ftom 0 to 8 o'clock, dinner from 1 to 2 o'clock, tea from 0 to 8 o'clock. N.B.—All the luxuries of the ' season provided. J. WaHuch, proprietor. 2^4jnu22 j WANTKD to Sell (cheap), either two or one hone: Conveyances. Also, soma good Horses. Saddle Homes, and Dog Curls fur hire...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

NOTICE. Oar subscribers at a distance will please to rcmombor that, vro hara now entered on a nuw year, and that their subscriptions for tho past quarter fell (luo on tho 31st December last, and that a prompt remittance is requested. tfACXAY and CO.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1856. THE SANDHURST POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PKOQRKSBION, OUU HIftHTS, AND OUR RK80DUCES. SATURPAY, JANUARY 10, 1856. THE SANDHURST POST OFFICE. As the estimates will, in all probability, shortly I eome under the notice of the Legislative Council, the present is an excellent time for urging upon I the attention of our representatives one or two facts in connection with the Sandhurst Post Office which may be of service. The answer of the Postmaster-General to the petition sent down a few days since, which appeared in our issue of Thursday last, is very opportune to the present subject. He considers that the "ener gies of the present officers of the Post Office are sufficiently taxed already, without requiring them to attendf or an hour every afternoon on the arrival of the mails." We are also told that " no night staff is allowed," as if any such staff would be required by the slight additional trouble of delivering the mails'before dark in the-evening, instead of nest i morning. With reference to the fi...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POUT OF MELBOURNE* AJtUIVKD. • January 1G.—Emily Allison, schooner, from Port Fairy I-*5< h ;i»at.; Dobsons, schooner, from Gefdong; Habim\ bfinjue, ■from Goeloug; Splpmlido, Austrian 'trig, from Manilla ICth October. January 17.—Forest Queen, ship, from Londod, via Falmouth. •S8ih Ou.u>bor, with six cabin ^asstmcera: UnpaDa, I >ut<*h barque, ifnrtii Amsterdam lUh'Sfipt-owber; John Scott, britf, fioiu A'U-Juidc 9th ijist* • Ophlr, barque, from Diindee lVtli Sf'p.t»»inbor: l-imprcss Kuffonio, ship, from. v>udon, via Plymouth, lititli October, with ton <iabin passengers, , juruw.: .Tannary IG.Whirra Hurra', «tcatuor, for Adelaide; Auckland, "bflrflue, for .Calcutta ;,.CUriRthm, UrUr, for Adelaide; Pilot,.scho.oiv w, lor Holurfc* Town* Jibu'k'SwHM, steamer, fur, iji'unccaton; Quoin. Htcaiunrvfor Warrnambool.,' 11 • ' January 17.—Allotanr, barque,'for Shanghai, vui Kewcastlo; Elizabeth, barque, for Point de Guile. * PROJEC...

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MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

mklbouknk gold maukei'. Gold remains r.t 10 3. pec ounce, brokers' buying pricrt. Shipments contiuno heavy.. Duty was pfiid on 18,970 ounces, thiu tnoniing (Wednesday), for export, of which 14,040 ouncos were for Iiondon, Vy tho Aogleaoy; 506 ounces for Liverpool, by tlio Alba trosja; 3271 ounces for CnlouLta, by the Im^crHixieo Eugenie anil I31tujk Sty; an? 1.150 ouncos for Sydney, by the City of Sydjxfty..

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD. MARKKT. Advertiser Oifoo, , 1'riJiw "Evening* <JoM remains firm 14s. Dd. By the escort returns for'the last month, a deflcloncy of soma two thousand ounces may boobaervod in tho amount usually for. varded ftoin this fic?d. Th<> yield,, however, it' still nearly tho name, as, on inquiring wo found that the Bank of Victoria had Botsent any gold by escort for moro than *moi)tk> Tho usual quantity purchased by this Bank weekly is moro thau tho defi ciency referred to. The several Bonks now ngrco to send amalga mated gohl down by escort, free of charge to tho miner, and pay According tn the result of the assay in Melbourne. The gold assayed by Hr Carpenter is purchased by the Bank of Victoria at fUU price. Sonv) of his assays are sent to Meihourno for test; the result wilt most likely be favorablo to him, and: thoroby cstab* lish a local assay oflice hero, which , will bear equal repute with those of Melbourne, and "be ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the JScndiao Advertiser. Sir,—I beg to call your attention to a paragraph which appeared in your paper of the 2nd instant, charging me . with embezzlement. To this crime I beg to give my most unqualified denial and refer you to the result of I the trial, having received at the Court at Castlemaine on> honorable acquittal, Sir. Lyttlcton, the magistrate, add ing that I went out from Court without the slightest blemish upon my character. Tllis. statement I consider due to my honor as a gentleman and to my character I as a tradesman, Sir, vour obedient servant. WILLIA-MgHENIlY CHAPMAN. Castlemiune, 17 th January, 1850. Mn. Souttkn.—Vi'e perceive by the Ovens and Mur ray Advertiser, that this gentleman, who has been per forming for some timo back at the Ovens, and wjio, it will be remembered, played on Eendigo. Home .twelve months ago, with a fair share of success, Bum met his death by drowning. It appears that tho deceased was batliiug in th...

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THE SLY GROG CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

THE SLY GROG CASES. It will be seen by reference to our reports of the proceedings in the Police Court, yesterday and the day before, that an unusual number of con- victions have taken place for sly-grog selling. Many of the parties pleaded guilty to the charge, while the evidence, adduced against the rest, was conclusive in support of the charges preferred. The number of cases in the charge sheet amounted to fifty-two. These violations of the revenue laws were limited to a space of little more than a fort- night. This is a remarkable fact in the history of these events, proving that sly grog selling is pur- sued on a large scale, on these diggings, which does not reflect much credit upon the vigilance of those whose duty it is to detect and prevent it. Prevention is the best cure in such cases. Negli- gence, on the part of the police, is tantamount to a sufferance of this illicit trade, and impunity, for any time, encourages the less daring and reckless to engage in so a lucrative ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE, (from our mining reporter.) We have little to remark of any importance res- pecting mining matters at Epsom : all remains quiet, Mr. Mackenzie's suggestion having been so far complied with by the diggers. It is to be hoped that the communications from town will be such as to set at rest this important question. The diggers at Epsom are a large body, and have proved them- selves an orderly and quiet one, have asked advice, and thus far followed it. We therefore hope that the result will, as it should be, be in their favor, but should it not, none but a constitutional course of procedure will be adopted. The diggers of Ben- digo have three gentlemen in the Council who are jealously watching their interests— a right they have not before enjoyed, their own voice raised in an unmistakeable manner having been the sys- tem employed by the diggers in seeking redress for any grievance in former days. Let them now bear in mind that these three members are the right medium...

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MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

MARYBOROUGH. An adjourned meeting of the gentlemen ap- pointed to prepare a petition to the Acting Gove- nor, " That Fiery Creek and surrounding districts may be either incorporated into a County Court district of itself, or attached to the Avoca district," was held at Maryborough on Monday last, at which Mr. Virtue "presided, when a petition to that effect was submitted and agreed to. A reso- lution was also agreed to, requesting the co-opera- tion of the inhabitants of Fiery Creek ; and measures having been taken to have the petition extensively signed, after a vote of thanks to the gentlemen composing the committee, the meeting separated.

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THE OVENS. (From the O[?]ens and Murray Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

THE OVENS.             (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) THE MONSTER RUSH.— During the week ex- pectation has been on tiptoe with reference to the character of the ground at the Gap, but as yet none of the holes in the deep soil have been bot- tomed. The rush is unquestionably the largest and most promising of any that has ever occurred in this district, and it presents features which are entirely new on the Ovens. The gold on these diggings has always been very fine, and with the exception of a six ounce nugget taken from the Buckland, no large lumps have been discovered.   But at the new rush the gold is generally very coarse, and pieces about the size of a pea are quite common, whilst small nuggets weighing eight and   eleven pennyweights have occasionly been picked up. The sinking, even on the high ground, has seldom been very deep in this part of the world, but at the G...

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THE EUREKA STOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

THE EUREKA STOCKADE. The Ballaarat Times of the 15th instant inti- mates a project having been set on foot to erect a Monument to the Victims slain in the memorable conflict which took place at the Eureka Stockade. Without now discusing the question whether re-   course to physical force on that occasion was indis- pensible for the maintenance of general liberty, and a just administration of the law—that, in fact things had arrived at that state when, as Edmund Burke says, " the line of demarcation had been passed where obedience should cease, and resistance com-   mence." It is an accomplished fact that none of the parties who were brought trial for their connection with those transactions were convicted of the of-   fences, charged against them by the Law Officers of the Crown—by juries of their countrymen. It is further to be remembered that the struggle, then begun, resulted in the repeal of the license fee,— a tax obnoxious and oppressive ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, 17th January. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS Thursday, 17th January. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) ILLEGALLY SELLING SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS. - Mary Bremner was charged with this offence by John Stubley. Mr. Cutten, for the defence, pleaded not guilty. John Stubley said that he was a revenue constable. On the 11th of this month he went to the tent of the defen dant, at Epsom, accompanied by constable Fitzhenry and heard him call for a nobbler of brandy and a bottle of lemonade; witness paid the defendant, who supplied   them. By Mr. Cutten : He declines answering how long he has been here. By Mr. McLachlan : He believes that his answering the question would defeat the ends of justice, By Mr. Cutten: He visited the tent about noon ; he saw the liquor drank, and helped to drink it. He de- clined to answer how many places he had visited pre viously. Mr. M'Lachlan, in reply to the witness : No, you need not answer unless you like; and in reply to Mr. Cutten, he should not tell the witness tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 19 January 1856

Sandhurst Directory, DELAIDE OBSERVER OFEICE.—Gold bought. Amalgamated Clold Smelted. A ME RICA lTnFuTE^iB?T"AU 11 a n T, J\: Qeorfjo Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on the table i at one o'clock. 323 jnnSl END 100 HOTEL, Bridge-street. JohTHaruey, proprietor. Boarding and da* school.—sirs. Bircimti, Mitchell-street, Sandhurst, cottage above the reai •cJcueaofL. Mncpherson, Esq, 520feb27 CO. m'DONALD. Lemonade and Soda-water « Manufacturer, Slcrae-Btreet. Late 0. and J. 51'Donald. COOPER & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. Decl COHN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, and Cordial Manufacturers, Bridge-street. 666marll Brs. WALTj & JORDAN, Bosquet and Raglan Streets, White Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill. VV. IIAYCOCIC, "Weighbridge Proprietor; and \X General Commission.Agent, next the 1'ost Office. HOLLINGHVVOIITH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD & DIXON, E.emonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Hargraves-stree...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

THIS DAY. JoncB'a TTorse Repository, I'nll Mall. S JONES Will sell li_v auction, this day,— • Draught, hack, ant] light harness horses. Sale at hnlf-pnst eleven, A.u. 119iS -B. i ' ' ' ' .11 ..Merchandise. CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. yv I LL TAMS. and O'K J£ £ FEE, . Wbolo.ialo Wino. and Spirit Moreliants, v Maiiret SQUinE, HAYE mueli pleasure in thanking their friends and tho .public for the patronage bestowed oni them in lite; above department of their business; also in the ^Provision, Grocery, and Ironmongery departments., . lyilliams and O'Kecffij assure tbeir fiiends and the jKiblio that they wjll continue to supply poods of the •very, best description in each of tho above departments, nfc tho lowest wholesalo and retail priccs current in Sandhurst. . Private Families rod Diggers, in purchasing their Winos and Spirits for the coming festival, would .do •well to examine the choice selections at WILLIAMS akd O'KEEFFE'S, ;• l26o • ' Market'Sqnarb. • -IMPORTANT TO OWNERS OF HOUSES." CHAFF....

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

ORIGINAL POETRY. TO TIME. Oil, fleeting Turin ! that pales remembrance Of happy days, and years long passed nwuy— Of friends much loved, amid move homely scenes, Oflioine itself, epitome ofbliss ! How is it we thus, in age maimer far, Ifecall Ruoh senseless visions into mind ? House up the slumbering echoes of the soul, Which clings so firmly to its native soil. Why exhume from the deep cavernous range Of buried memories, such treasured thoughts ? Lay bare once more the feelings of our youth, Kind, noble impulses of purer faith In things more goodly of the human race Than now we dare to boast ourselves possess. When night her sable presence spreads o'er earth, And stars with feeble ray illume the scene, O'er crowned by Cynthia's sweet plaintive spell, Then, Oh Time ! does thy mystic power work— Then the witchery of thy records reign Paramount to all in tlie breast of lrnm. W.A.B. Bemligo, Jammry, 1800. Ef.d House.—Messrs. Sullivan and Co., of the Red House, linve lately purchased th...

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MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser, Sir,—The vital, importnnce of the subject of mining ou private lands, now so prominently before the public, and your remarks tliereon ill your issue of to-day, induce me to trespass 011 your columns with a few remarks. Though you certainly advocate tlie trite adage that " every Englishman's house is his castle," it strikes me that you toiwh but lightly on the important principle of the secu rity of property. " Without this," (to quote the words of one of tlie most enlightened and liberal politicians of our age), " no climate however delicious, no soil however fertile, no conveniences for trade and navigation, 110 na tural endowments of mind, can prevent a nation from sinking into barbarism ; that where, oil the other hand,- men are protected in the enjoyment of what has been created by iheir industry and laid up by their self denial, society will advance iu arts and in wealth, not withstanding the sterility of the ...

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SANDHURST COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

' BANDIIUIIST COMMERCIAL CIltCULAR. ; Advertiser- Office, Monday Eveiiin Business has been rather brisk during the past week, several of our wholesale stores being very busy supplying Ac.traders frohl thegullies. The. Sydney papers to tlie 16th instant do not contain any very important items of commercial news. The JJietild "repot ts several sides of land'and merchandise, and d»mvs an inference from the prices obtained in these and other rcceut siUs that in the lending trades coali tfiiice'te being restored. iir reference to the Melbourne market, the Argus says '"Trade has revived considerably during the past ■week, the demand for the interior having been large. The import market lias exhibited an upward tendency sifioe the arrival'of the Sultana with the news of the in-, e reusing value of money in the home market. The-ln ducement of quick returns at good profits: is ex pected, have the effect of temporarily' withdrawing the attention of some of the leading-capitalists at home from...

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THE SCHOMBERG. PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PASSENGERS ACT AT WILLIAMSTOWN. (Before Lieutenant Pascoe, R.N.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

THE SCIIOMBERG. PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE PASSENGERS ACT AT "VVILLIAMSTOWN. (Before Lieutenant Pascoe, R.N.) I The; adjourned investigation into the charges preferred by the passengers of the Schomberg against Captain Forbes, on the information laid by the Immigration Agent,, Mr. Broad, took place on Fi-iday in the Police Court, Williamstown. The case for the prosecution closed on Wednesday. Mr.. Jlead rose to address tlie Court for tho de fence, iind said that lie had no doubt but that his Worship had gone earful] y over the evidence for the prosecution, ana ha<i well weighed all the points of it. He was inclined to ask his Worship if he thought there was any case to which it was necessary tor hiin to bring forward evidence to rebut , ■ - The magistrate said it would he saving time if lie stated that after having made a, carcful resume of the evidence adduced he thought .the only charge it would be necessary to meet was that of a restricted supply of water. With'.regard to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

NOTirk Onr subscribers at a cli.stanco will please to remember thatwo Jt.tvu now cntcml oaa new yoar, anil that their subscriptions fur the pact cpmrit-r lull clue on the 31stDecember lust, and tliat •s. prompt railiittauce Ik roqm'sUM. . MACKAY nwl TO.

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