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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISES. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1856. THE EPSOM RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

THE BENDifiO ADVERTISES. rnooRESsrojr, one rights, and ooh resources. • ''TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1850. THE EPSOM RUSII. A letter, addressed to C. Mackenzie, Esq., re lative to the claiiM -of the miners of Bendigo to enter upon private property*"■ known to be'aurife roiis,'ljy; ;R.' Benajn, Esq',,' one'of' the.-ropresen taiiws ibr'Beniligo, reached Sandhurst last night, and will be found in our issue;of this morning. The question of tlie right of the irtlners to enter upon all auriferous lands,, private or public, for mining purposes, is now virtually set at rest, the •Conimitteo of the Legislative Council onmining •on private property having pissed , the following resolution v "That it is desirable for the public good that all land found to be auriferous, whether public, or private, should, under suitable regulations, be .mined'for gold." - The inir.ers of Kendigo may talce great cre'dit to ■themselves, that by.moderation and keeping within tli£ '■sctrnds-'df, law, they have neliieved...

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LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

LOCAL COURT. The members of this court met on Saturday last' nt the usual hour, but in the absence of the Chair man, Mr. Francis Jones, on leave for Ehglandj they were unable to transact any business. The. Government has hitherto neglected to supply 'Mr. Jones's place so that public business of emer gency had to be postponed. This is really too bad, placing the members of the court in a most far cical position, a body with no head. After some conversation as to the course to be pursued, Mr. O'Connor was unanimously requested to take the chair, and the two following letters were adopted and ordered to be sent by the Clerk of the Court:— Local Court, Sandhur: t, 19th Jan. 1858. Sir,—I have tlie honor to make this communication to you, in compliance with the unanimous desire of the ., members of the Local Court of Sandhurst assembled h -re this tlnv for the despatch of business of more than ordinary importance to their constituents ; the names of these members are written in the margin...

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THE CASE OF THE SCHOMBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

THE CASE OF TI-IE SCIIOMBERG. It will be seen by a perusal of the report of tlie adjourned investigation of this case, before the Police Magistrate at Williams town, which appears in our issue of this day, that the case lias been dismissed. Looking at1 the evidence of the witnesses for the defence, in-connection with the fact, that none of the passengers, though invited, came forward to I suggest any questions to them to discredit their [ testimony, no other conclusion could well have been arrived at. With the case of the Schom berg, as far as the charges brought against Capt. Forbes of having neglected to supply his passen gers a sufficient quantity of wator, or to have served out, for their use, provisions which were unfit for use, it is now beyond our province to make any observations. Whatever may be the merits of this individual case, we know that the treatment of independent immigrants in passenger ships is any thing but what it ought to be, Tlio ill treatment, want of discipl...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Friday, 17th January, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Friday, 17th January, 1850. The Speaker took the chair at fivo minutes past three o'clock. ■ ' : . NO PICES. , . Mr. Cameron gave notice that. on Tuesday lie should move that the petition presented* by him from certain minora ofthe Ovens district heireferred to the select committee on the subject of mining on ; private pjepperty. : • Mr. ilumffray gave notice of1 his intention to Jiiove for an address for certain returns connected with jthe post oflices in the cojony. Mr. Fyfe gavjc notice that on Tuesday he should move for an address for copies of all correspon dence referring to the appointment of Mr. Disher to the magistracy, and to the cause of his appoint ment being revoked. ;Mr. Forlonge gave notice of his intention to move tlwt, for the remainder,of the session, the House adjourn at six p.m, and reassemble at a quarter past seven p.m. RETURNS TO ADDRESSES. The S.peiiJvOr announced that he had presented to his Exoelleney the Ac...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR OWN MINING REPORTER.) Monday, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. •(I'RO.M OUR OWN MINING REPORTER.) . Monday, 21st January. - The digging news from Epsom, so anxiously awaited, for per every fresh arrival, remains very much the same, as'stated in our last. • The diggers continue busily engaged at their usual avocations, and have riot broken their agreement respecting private .property, more especially that of Dr. iiacchnus.' They expect that on their committee i meeting to-night, tlioy will either be unprepared with their, answer, or if they bring one, it will be unsatisfactory, and we regret to hear that a pre-, concerted arrangement, tliat in such case, the rush ahull-.be. carried out is intended. All those who marked out claims 011 the property of the rev. gehtlcman, who are not in attendance at eight' o'clock to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, to take them upj baing consk'iered ta lose all title to them. From some \vc learned, that they had no intention •of coming to.any arrangement with; the JJr,, as lone of their number, who ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 1'ORT 01' A1KLU0UUNK. AlUtlVKDv January 17.—Phoonix, whip, from Liverpool 27tli Oc tober, with two lmmlral mid sixty-seven passengers ; Agues, schooner, from Adelaide Xotli instant; Evening Star, from London Ij.nh September,' via Capo of Good Hope 10th December, with iil'ty-six passengers; Tlmniti:, Ironi Geeloug. January 18.—Telegraph, steamship, from Sydney 17th iiistajit, with ninety-four passengers. ' Jauuary 1!).—Lady Bird, troiu Latinccston 17th inst., with hycuty-ninc passengers ; Storm Bird, from Port Albert. ■ . January 20.—White Swan, from Adelaide 17th inst., mid l'oriland 10tli inst,, with one hundred and twenty - Tour passengere ; Brilliant, schooner, from Sydney !)th iust.; Maid, of the Yiirra, s.s.s., from Laimeestoii, with ten passengers ; Queen, s.s., from 1'orlland, Belfast, and AYarmambool, with forty-siven piissengers. ■, f, ;-r ; S.ULF.B. v Tummry 1,9.—Itaviluh, steamer, for Adelaide ; Eliza 1 li, barque, for l'oint de Guile; Christina, bri...

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

Sandhurst Directory. Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought Amalgamated Gold Smelted. MKRICAN house li K ST A U R A N t. George Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on tlio talili «t one o'clock. 323 ,jnn31 BENDIGO hotel, Bridge-stroet. John Ilurnev, proprietor. BOARDING and MAI SCHOOL.—Mrs. Birchall, Mitchell-street, Sandhurst, cottage aliove the resi dence of L. Mncpherson, Esq. 520feb27 CO. M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-water « Manufacturer, Mcrae-street. bate c. and J. M'Donald. • COOP ICR & EOBATIIAN, Military Tailor?, Pal It Mall. Becl COHN BROTHERS, Cider, Svrup, and Cordial Mannlactnrers, Bridge-street. " fiGOmar] 1 US. "WAIjIj & JORDAN, Bosquet. nniV'Haglan Streets, Wliite Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill.; '. W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor,; nud . General Commission' Agent, next the Post Office. HOLLINQS WORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and P.iper bnnger, House and Si<jn 'Painter;Markot-si]uarc. HOYVAllD & DIXON, Lemonudo, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufac...

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MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. The shipments of . gold amounted to lO.CHT ounces, otwliich 10,0'2:> .ounces for ioudon, by the Anglesey and Statesman. The former vessel cleared out with a .tcitiil «a>t;310 ounces, of wliick the hanks shipped thefollo\v iug quantities - . Bank of Victoria 10,000 Bunk ofTsew South Wiles . 17,01)0 Oriental Bank Corporation...... 8,7iiD. Knglish,, Scottish,. and Australian . Chartered Bank .......... 3,500

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

COMUiSliCIAL INTELLIOKNCG; SANDHDJRST..GQLD MABKKT.,. .. Adcirliscr Oflico, — Monday Eveimisr. Gold is firm ht 14s. Oil. per oz.

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

i ".FRUIT!FRUIT 1. FRUIT ! . . T NIXON CfjEMENT has received his-first cbiisigri t nient of Grapes, large vipe Pears, aiid fuje rosy cheeked eating apples. • . . J j , THE LIVERPOOL STORESfj ' ' J" : ! , View Point and Pall Mall. ;■ Ne.iv fi«a Fronuli pliiins ' Snijnr candy i Wino and dessert biscuits : Iteul Mango Chuty ' French capers Dried herbs and sauces Spices, &e. Smoked Imcon Diinlop chesse, &c., So, N.B.— Po'atooi mid Onion* chiap, bv the Tift-the Liverpool Stores, View Point 307v*n22. WANTED a first-rate Cooper to tnako l;egB, Apply nt Crowley's Cooper Shop, Willianieon-stre4t. 3jrtn22 WANTED, Qiiftirymen and Stone Breakers, on and after Gth instant, on the various works from Essendon to Malmshury. Bruce and Le Page, con tractors. Apply on the works. 258feb9 WANTED to sell, 200 bushels best feed Barley, at 103. Cd. per bushel. Sydney Store, head of Sailors' Gully. J. Meiklejohn, proprietor. 2C5c BOARDEUS. BOARDERS. BOARDERS. ANTED Boarders at Wnllach's Half...

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M'IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, January 19th, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

M' IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, January 19th, 1856. I regret to have to record a melancholy accident which occurred here on Tuesday last, in the deep sinking on Commissioner's Flat. Two miners, by name William Goodwin and John Shears, were engaged in working a claim at the above place, and most imprudently neglected to use the very neces-   sary precaution of timbering the drive as they pro-   ceeded. They had excavated, I am told, a space   of twenty by twenty-five feet, without leaving a   pillar or putting in a prop, though repeatedly   warned of the extreme danger of such a proceeding and of the unsafe nature of the ground. The con- sequence was, that on Tuesday afternoon the ground gave way above them to the height of nine feet, without warning or giving a moment for escape, burying the unfortunate men beneath it. Some hours elapsed ere the bodies were got out, so great was the mass of earth abov...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. SLY GROG SELLING. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.     SLY GROG SELLING. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser,') Sir,— Your ably written article in the Advertiser of to-day, (Saturday) upon the monster evil of Sly Grog. Selling, reflects infinate credit upon you, for the manly and unflinching manner in which you have arrayed yourself on the side of law and justice. I could indeed wish that the whole press of the colony would follow yonr noble example, instead of so often expressing a morbid sympathy for sly grog sellers, by ridiculing and endeavouring to render abortive every effort made by the Government to put down the nuisance, and this too, in the face of what the entire press must be fully aware of, namely, that numbers of men like myself are being daily ruined through the cruel effects of the infamous sly grog system. Mine, Sir, is a peculiarly hard case. I have, all my life been a working man, and like thousands of others, on coming to this colony, commenced digging as a ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, Jan. 19th. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Standish.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 January 1856

COUllT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, Jan. lfltli. (Before* tlft Stipendiary Matfstmfce and 5tr. Standisli.1 Illegally. Selliko Spirituous ' Liquors.— Mrs. Mack, vVlibse case had been postponed from the previous <lay, was discharged, in consequence of the contradictory nature of the 'evidence. ' James Sintpson was brought up on a similar charge. -Revenue constable Fitzlienry deposed to visiting the 'tent of the defendant iu Spring Gully, and receiving a nobbier of brandy and a bottle of ginger beer, for which lie paid. . Mr. Ontten called for the defence, Mrs. Phillips who said her son worked for the defendant, and on tho day in question, went away early in the morning with him, and didn't return till dusk. Sho must have known if they had, for the cart always passed close by nearly touching their tent. • They couldn't have returned beiore one o'clock, otherwise she inust have seen thein, as she was washing outside all; tlie time. She bad had no conversation with the de fend...

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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

OFFICIAL ■ ME MORANDA. Number of Miners' Rights issued during week ending 10th instant, .. 55 Number of Business Licenses do. do. 15 at £2 10. 0 Ditto . " ditto do. do. nil at £5 0 0 Ditto , ditto do. do. 13 at £10 0 0 Ditto rCl)ineso Protection Tickets 11 'Amount of Gold deposited in Gold Office, during week ending lflth instant 730 ounces 10 dwts. Amount of Cash deposited in Gold Office, during week ending lOtli instant .£'1,031. Amount of Gold withdrawn from Gold Office, during week ending 10tli instant 315 ounces 10 dwts. Amount of Cnsli withdrawn from Gold Office, during week ending 19th instant £213. ■Balance remaining in Gold Office 11,213 ounces Gold, and .£3,502 Cash. Amount of Gold and Cash formarded to Melbourne,, by Escort, on Tuesday, 22iul inst., (5,802 ounces 10 dwts. Gold, and £2,100 Cash. ,t Amount of Fees coliectcd in cases of encroachment £3. This Late Ghoq SuizunF.9.—Iu looking over this matter we observe,that there were thirty-two cases brought before tlie Court...

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LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

LOCAL COURT. Tltis_ Court met yesterday nt the usual hour, wlieu Messrs. O'Conor, Wetherell, Hunt, Bawlings, and Hos kens were present, In consequence of tho Government having neglccfed to appoint a Chairmnu business of "im p irtuuce find to be postponed,—for instance an applica tion for a quartz lease for half an acre of ground in Long Gully on which to erect ft steam engiue, and for pcrmis mission to erect a dam for a puddling machine. The mem lien present, therefore formed themselves into a committee of wliicli Mr. O'Conor was appointed Chairman, when a desultory discussiou on various subjects ensued. The only business transacted was the instruetrug the Clmir man to communicate with the Chief Secretary on the subject of the non-appointment of ft Chairman, un I with the. members representing this district iu the Legislative Council, wlncli we give anuexed:— ■ "Local Court, Jan. 23, 1850. " Sir,—As too commonly (which I much regret) has been the cnsc'tlie members of the Local Court...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 22nd January. Present—the Chairman, Mr. Emmett; Messrs. Sullivan, Simons, Jones, Bell, Haycock, and Harney. The minutes having been read and confirmed, Mr. Emmett announced that he lind communi cated with the Government, requesting them to authorise his being sworn in by the Stipendiary Magistrate of the district. |: A desultory conversation took place with regard to the appointment of a Town Clerk, brandling into the- question of funds assessment, whether it was compulsory to levy a rate; &c. j • Mr. Jones said that he should oppose the levying: of any rate till the grant promised by the Govern ment was voted, and even then until it was re ceived. . Mr. Harney thought that it would be desirable to: appoint a Town Clerk, and order an assessment to be made, but not to go further at present. Mr. Harney moved, and Mr. Simons seconded,! ''That a clerk to-the Municipal Council of Sand hurst be advertised for." The motion was carried-. The salary and th...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 22nd January. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. [?]oss.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 22n<l January. (Before tlie Stipendiary Mugistriite nnd 3Ir. Boss.) > 'Assault.;—Samuel Bousou was charged- with assault ing Assam, a Chinaman. It was clearly proved by the evidence .of the prosecutor mid two European witnesses that the defendant had violently assaulted the former, going into his shop, drinking some beer and wishing to leave without paying for it, as he had done on several occasions: ■ The Chinaman remonstrated 'with liini wheui they had A sculllc, the defendant kicking the prosecutor whilst oar the ground,-and assaulting subsequently onother Chinaman. He was fined .C'10 or twenty-or.e days' imprisonment. ' ' Assault.—Louis Bonneur was' charged by Grmidjean with this- offence. ,T'l.e complainant stated tbnt he heard some stones thrown at his tent, in the Back Creek, and going out was seized by the defendant by the throat, who threw hinv on the ground, and on his going into tho tent defendant followed liinr in. Win." Et...

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LOCAL COURT REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

.LOCAL COUlVr: HEGULATIONSi The following additional regulations are proclaimed in Friday's Goveriinteiit Gazette Sandhurst.—Invasion of Claims.—No claim can be jumped under the Miner's Higlit (if objecSed to by the owner) without the special authority of the Warden; and any person or persons being the holder of the Miner's Eight, shall have liberty at any time to leave their claims for the space of 48 hours, instead of 3-i hours as at pre sent. Castlemaine.—Mixixd is Private Tents or'Build, ings.—Any person mining within his private tent or building on the waste lands of the Crown, shall, on con viction before any Justice of the Peace, be adjudged to pity a penalty under the 23rd section of the Act of Vic toria, No. 37. . 1 Ballaaiut.'—Abolition op Shepherding.—After the words, "at once proceed to sink," in Utile 3 of the Ballaarat Local Court Rules, such rule shall bo ordered to read lis follows!—"At the end of the month's notice, should the regulation not be complied with, the cl...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1856. THE EPSOM RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

THE BENDI80 ADTEETISEB, MOGKI588ION, OUR BIG UTS, AND ODH ItESOOHOES. THURSDAY,-'JANUARY 24, 105G. THE EPSOM RUSH. We inserted, in our' last issue/ a letter signed " Lackland," upon the question of ^the.'hivasion of private property for mining purposes,-'by parties holding the Miners, Jtoghty-mftr-imi'suiug-^iiung asji.fixGdrilfld"recognised occupation^' * Tiie'Miner's ' Iliglit limits the privilege to Crown lands, and, in this view of the case, tliaiact. of. working land alien ated from the Crown can he regarded in" 110 other light than an invasion of private property, in the present statu of the law, unauthorised. . If this was an old country, the occupation of mining of long standing, or the;.Tcjjislation of.the country conducted with tlie science, foresight, and caution of statesmanship, the laws made to regulate the opergtipps of mining 'would/have made provi sion the rush at Epsom ; and the operation^ of mining on. the lands alienated in that locality would have been pursued w...

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COMMITTAL OF CAPTAIN FORBES, COMMANDER OF THE SCHOMBERG. PROCEEDINGS AT WILLIAMSTOWN AGAINST CAPTAIN FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

COMMITTAL OK CAPTAIN FOUBE9, COMMAKDUR .OF .THfl 8OUOMIIKHG. •.r nUOCEEDINGS AT WILIJAMBT-1WX- AGAINBT'cAPTAUT FOIICE8; . • The adjourned heating of the charge ngnjftst Criptaia Forbes, of having,' by neglecting to do certain tUitiga necessary to be done at tlio time, lost the' shift '.'jSelipm lierg, was resumed before Lieutenants Pitpcoc and Ciiw lbid, ami Captain Ferguson, nt the W'illiaiUKtowp Pajiou Coint on Tuesday. Captain Forbes, accompanied] by liia solicitor, Mr. Murphy, Captain Jlfnttliens, nnd bflier gentlemen interested in tbo result, were jncsi.nf-,, 71i« ense lmviiifT been called, the first witness examined \Vi\s Captain Matthews, Agent for I.lnyd'g. He remem bered Saturday,, the !20th December. Ho was at tlio wreck of ilio Suhomberg, where be remained all 4'j*bt. He had sumo conversation with Captain vlicH:ntl lie.: , required liim to produce the log l>oo')i - jo™ him (<\imtuf Matthews), iti iiis official capacity. Ho did fioi look ^iiVticularly Iiio it...

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