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THE SCHOMBERG. CHARGES OF NEGLECT OF DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

U'HE SOHOMBERG. CIIARGF.B OP NEGLECT OP DUTY. Information having" benn laid by tlic Grown charging Captain Forbes, of the Schomberg, and Mr. Saxby, tlio third mule, with neglect of duty, an examination took place in the'Williamstowh Police Court, on Saturday,last, before. Lieut, l'ascoe, B.N. • (Chairman), Captain Fergu son, and Licnt, Crawford, B.N. . • Tlio case of Cap tain'Forbes was first called on. Mr. Shillinglaw, of the Water Police, supported the prosecution ; anil Mr. Bead, solicitor, appeared for the defence, . ', The information was laid, nuder the 17th and 18th Vic. c. 104, mid was as follows :—" For that he did, on or about the 20tli day of December last past, being at the time master of the British ship Schomberg, by neglect of duty as such .master, omit to do ocrtain acts, to wit, to let go the anchor, such act, among others, being lawful and proper'to ^c done by you in preserving the said ship Schomberg from iimnediajte loss, contrary to the form of the statute in th...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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CASTLEMAINE. (From the Mount Alexander Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

•1 CASTLEMAINE. (J!Wni the Mount Alexander Mail.) Kangaroo.—Although the yield of gold here—: as far as ;ean .be ascertained—maintains a steady average, it appears lately to have found its way into fewer hands, and there is by no means the gsneral prosperity which obtained a mouth or -two since. The storekeepers, with few exceptions, complain, and several are. leaving; but their de parture is gradually balancing.demand and supply —the latter of wjiich, in almost every department, has'ali along been excessive. The late rush'at Butcher's Hill promises satisfactory .results. Parties there appear to be at steady work,- Several claims arc bottf meand nugget i, v.trying fr m' half an ounce to thirteen ounces are not uncommon. Tiie principal • workiu.es are over Jackson's Hill, towards Kangaroo. The. flat was re-attempted last wjek, and gold was foim:l near the slaughter-yard, | bui too much' water lias qccasioned. it to be again; abandoned. 'Prpspecting'parties tiro about to com mence imm...

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MEETING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

MEETING EXTRAORDINARY. We understand a meeting of more than art ordinary chai-acter was held 011 Monday night last, in the Bush, in the neighborhood of Epsom, upon the question of mining-on private property. The parties attending it have been represented to us to consist of Frenchmen, Italians, and other foreigners. Resolutions were proposed and agreed to, not of a very pacific character, as would appeal from the fact that the parties subsequently purchased large quantities of powder and other ammunition. Such conduct is highly reprehen sible. We have had already a lesson to convince the well-disposed that moral force alone is suffi cient to procure the redress of our grievances. We are sorry to learn that foreigners admitted here on terms of equality and friendship, should he the' ones to sot an example the consequences of which, if carried out, would be too frightful to contem plate, and the very fact of their meeting in private, shows that their 'conduct could not be considered s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

THIS DAY. Jones's Horse Repository. Pull Mall. S JONES will sell by auction,. this day,— t Draught, lmck, and li^lit harness ho.rscs. Site at ball-past eleven, a.m. 1190 Mcri'lmiulisc. CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL. WTLLIAMS Asn O'KIiEFFE, Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants, Market Square, HAVE much pleasure in thanking tlioir friends and the public for the patronage bestowed on them fh the above department of their business; also in the Provision, Groocry, and Ironmongery departments. Williams and O'Keefi'u assure their fiiends and the pnblio that they will continue to Biipply goods of the ■very best description in caeh of the above departments, ftt the lowest wholesalo and retail prices current in Sandhurst • Private Families and Diggers, in purchasing their Wines and Spirits for the coming festival, would do well to examine the ohoice selections at WILLIAMS and O'KEEFFE'S, 126a Market Square. IMPORTANT TO OWNERS OF HORSES; CHAFF, c II a F F . CHAFF hay. iiay. hay. "WILLIAMS AND O'KEEFFK. M...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 18th January 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

MELBOURNE. /FROM CUIl OWN CORRESPONDENT.} 18th January 1856. In a former letter I drew attention to the decision of a magistrate at Ballaarat, who, it was alleged, acquitted a man charged with stealing a liorse, be cause the horse was dead ! This strange exposition of the law was made a matter of inquiry by a member of Council, but, in the mean time, he as certained that the statement was altogether inaccu rate, and in consequence withdrew the question of which he gave notice in the Council, relative to this decision. I know not what explanation may be afforded by the party who put the statement into circulation, but it is quite clear that, if the press is to be useful ahd trustworthy, it miist avoid falling into such errors. In contrast with this, escapade, I have much pleasure in drawing .attention to a leading article in the Argus of this day, suggested by the death of a man from the bite of a snake, while engaged in the occupation of reaping. The poor man, in his useful occupati...

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COLONIAL NOMINATION OF THE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

COLONIAL N().\IL\A'r[0,\ 01'" THE GOVKRNOR. A meeting of the miuisitionists to convene a meeting for promoting the appointment of our own j Governor, took place on Monday lust, and was held M, the Criterion Hotel, Collins-street, for the pur pose of arranging the preliminaries of the public meeting to he held on Monday next. The chair was occupied by Mr. Alderman Hay ward, and the following Members of the Legislative Council were present:—Messrs, Grant, Benson. Humfl'ray, Dr. Owens, and Dr. Embling. After some discussion the following resolutions were adopted • 1, 'Dint in the opinion of tliis meeting the system of tlie liome appointment of Governor 1ms proved unfivor uble to the progress find welfare of this colon v. nn<1. no ' every concession of political freedom has hitherto tended to strengthen the attachment of the parent state, it is desirable that the right of the nomination of Governor, subject to the approval of the Crown, should be conceded to the colony. 2. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

WANTED, Qnarrymen and Stone Breakers, on and after 6th inatnnt, on the various works from Essendon to Mulmsbury. Bruce and Le Pane, con tractors. Apply on the works. 258fel>ff ANTED to Sell (cheap), either two or one horse Conveyances. Also, some good Horses, Saddle Horses, and ©bg Carts for hire, Bcndigo Hotel Stables. 12jan29 WANTRD by a gentleman and his wife, of consider able experience, the management of a Hotel,, either in Sandhurst or the country. References at this office. 288c ANTED by ngentleman who lias had considerable colonial expeii'enco, a situation as Manager of a sheep or cattle station. The ndrertuer hns had much experience- iu the breeding of horses. Address C. B., oflice of this-paper. 289c WANTED a sober, steady voung man as Ostler, at the Campaspie Inn. Apply to Henry Barron*, Campanpie Inn, or Win. Edmondson, Sandhurst. : ■ . 203jftn24 ENGINEER. TT7" ANTED immediately a practical Engineer. YV William Kelly, Bendigo Quartz Mill, New Chnm Gully. 8jan24 • WANT...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Age.) Wednesday, January 23rd, 185[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, (From the Ao'e.) ■ I Wednesday. January '23rd. 1850. ' i In tlie Legislative Council yesterday, amongst 'other routine'••■business, iipetition, from certain merchants and traders, against the repeal of the Export Duty on Golfl, was presented by the Collector of Customs.. . The Report of the Select Committee on the Cpmmon Law Practice Bill was brought up. In l'eply to a question from Dr. Owens, the Chief Secretary said that the Government had received full information relative to ,the Epsom dispute, ami that means would be tijkeu to pro tect botl\ life aud property,.. A petition from the ratepayers of Emerald 'Hill against the: pifopqsed line of railway from Prince's. -Bridge to St. Kilda, was presented by the Surveyor General, and, after a division oij. a point of order, received. . The House then went into Committee on the 'Victoria Electoral Bill. ; Several clauses wejre carefully 'and' minutely discussed, and the fur ther consideration was postponed until to-...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

SHIPPING INTJSLliltiEN.gE. PORT OF MKLflb.UKSfe/ :;fr AURIVKD.:'^" * January 31.—Unole-.Xo^^j(k>ner, troro^ywi^viN.. &• W. lvUh'instant; JligjSl, scliirf^'r^nti^S^tlney. llti)/ Snsiant; Yonus, schooner, froift Goelong?'Caroline, • stOiuoner, from Westernport; Hcreules, schooner, from Nor3I-btitr,r brig, from'Jlc^a'rt-- Dlt'e-' iiistunt Uplijuiia; goliilQiiijj'fro^ui •yjibiui.r instant, \iitli>^v& JEi^^l^egiiolt.'. from. llobart U'owu 12th instunt, \vitl).n|t}afepn. passengers. January 22.—Wou^Sydriay- 10tl» inst., Viih^eventymine-passengbrs; - William- Buel»ftiin:ii -from Neweastlc, N.lSiAVilOili-inst^nt;iilizttl)cU),'.scl)Oonpr, from Port Fairy SOthiust. SAiLisn,* • JniiB^^20.T-rDi;Biuiy^Troiuii,-Mliooi}er, for:Singa ■pnns; Albatross, ship, for jAYgrjibiil; Alert, slap, lor ijoulmein ; General Woql, barque, for Port Fairy ; Ini-" -peia'.rice Eugiuc, sfyip.^for Calcutta ; Victoria l'acket, harquiy for SydneyjiMercury; bvig;, for. Liiunofestmi; Alice Martin','ic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

'Sandhurst Directory.. Adelaide obskuvick oi!'fIcb.—xjuia bonghi ! Amalgamated Gold Sin cited. ! Am.FrY<^ahTiou^ Georgo Simpson, proprietor. Dirmer 'Oil the table fet-'otie o'clock. 325 janSl BENb'fiSO HOTEL, <'Bridge-street. ^olin Hanie.v, proprititor. EOA-UritNCl rfhd da\ school.—Mrs. Bircliall. Mitcliell-strdat, Sandhurst, cottage above the resi 'e!oileo'Of'L. Macpliereon, Esq. 520feb27 tf"\ 0. MCDONALD, Leinonado and Soda-water v|e Mamtfuoturer, Mcrae-atreet. Lata 0. and J. iljbonald. COOPER & KOBATHAN, Military Tailors,, Pall M^ll. marl jfSOHN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, and Cordial \J Manufacturers, Bridge-street. 66Gmarll B, WAIiL, Boaquet and BjiglanStreets, White ..•JBjH# HafflJet. 7tJ»'WhKe.Hat ' L W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge! Proprietor, and "• General Commission Agent, next the Post Office. OLLINGSWOKTH,-Plumber, Glazier, mid Paper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square. OWARD & DIXON, Xemonndo, Soda-ivater, and Ginger-beer Manufactur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

- ' ' KOTIOE. I ■ ; Our subscribers at a tlistanocvrill. please <q rcmombor tfint we have now entered ou a nc.w year,, and. that tlwir eubscriptinu.s for tho pHst quiirtur fi»Jt tlnu on the Slat Diicemfoer "lust, aud that tx prompt rmittaiuxi irf mjuested. " * MAC'KAY and CO.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. [?] Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

,SANDHURST.POI/D M/Vn L 1 W»J, W y..-I!r;A -4<lMTliser Oflicc. Wednesday I:ve«i d<)f<l"l3"(jiu>t'c(lm-Od:-pcrozV.. The escort started to toun yestei'Siiy' -p-itli- 0,802 pxs. HOjlwts. in 'ciishly • . ' 7>r£vCiivpt!iiter givesusr tile following 'irifornifition'•!—• "J. have Hi-day smelted nntl ussnycil, for Messrs.-Toiigeii ami Grisfcon, 51 oxs. 10 ilwis. of gold from the reef.ml joiuiiij,' Sheepslieml Gully. "It- is the' proceed*) ofseyen roits of quartz. _JTJ«e gold Wfls.estieiiiejv'fiiie, unfl'assays io ~ ; 'l3'" , .

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (from our mining reporter.) On Tuesday morning last, from an early hour, the miners began to assemble on the purchased land at Epsom, to carry out their pre-concerted intentions, but till towards the hour of meeting, eight o'clock, little took place except the collecting of groups, and, the interchange of opinions on the subject, and , challenging of claims. About eight o'clock this produced a little excitement, some who had not marked out claims wishing all to go in for a new rush, those who had marked them out a week before being determined to stick to them, and amongst those who considered themselves en- titled to a claim, disputes as to which was their claim, words led to blows, and several fights came off, when Mr. Mackenzie very opportunely, ar- rived, and by ringing a bell soon, collected them together at the stockyard-fence. The best order prevailed, and . Mr. Mackenzie addressed them briefly, but to the purpose, pointing out the diffi- culties that bese...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 24 January 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ' j (To thj Editor of the Bcndhjo Advurthur,) Sir.—Will you be kind enough to allow 111c to correct an error thnt appeared in your issue of this morning, relative to my bnll. The " Octuvia I'olktt" wns written by Sir. E. Salmnim and not by nio ns you lmve stilted, 'l'lic " Onsey I'olku" was composed by me for the sunie occasion, mid both Polkas were produced for the first lime, nttlie opening bull, Wellington Hotel, Epsom. , Trusting yon will excuse uie for so far trespassing on your valuable space, I am. Sir. Yours obediently, JOSEPH . BURGESS, Late of Moiis. Jullien and Winter bottom's Bands. Epsom, 22nd Jan., 185G.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 January 1856

| ; — rr-~ THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, the first newspaper on the Victoria Goldfiolds, and the beat Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published evbri Tuesday, Thursday add S^roaDAr '' " Mokninq, . , Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the tonraehip of the district of Bendigo, the .Metropolitan Gtddfiold of Austrolia. . Tho Bkndioo Adtf.utiseh has the most extoasivo circulation of any proyincial paper in the colony. Tho iniportance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at onnii perceived when it is known tlmt Sandhurat;is not only the capital of one of tho Largest Goi.dkiklus, bnt is the mart of the extensivo Pastoral Disxnier comprising the valleys of tho Loddon and Cahpaspih, and tho wido nnd fertile plains extending to tho Mdbbat. The political principles of this journal aro liberal-—such as are almost universally recognised as in ncoordaneo with the development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble and- workl-renowned nation. Tho local interests of Bendigo ...

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ADVICE TO MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 January 1856

ADVICE TO MINERS. The following extract, from a Cornish news paper, written by a Cornish miner, whose name is attached to it, transmitted by a correspondent, wo insert with great pleasure, agreeing in the judicious observation of our correspondent, tliat there are "a large number of persons engaged in quartz mining in this neighborhood who aro ignorant of the frequent risk they run, both of life and limb, from the careless use of gunpowder — Having irequently met with statements of acci dents occurring to miners by the explosion of gun powder in the act of blasting holes, being also a miner myself, and .knowing from observation the carelessness with which many miners use that powerful, useful, but dangerous article, it has oc curred to mo that a few observations on the subject may be productive of good to my brother miners, especially to the younger class of this description. I shall confine my remarks to three points: first, to charging the hole. Every man that lias his right thoug...

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BENDIGO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 January 1856

BENDIGO MARKET. We luive .riot any alteration lo quote in our market. Prices retain nearly tbe same standard as reported by me last week. It was supposed flour would have a down ward tendency in consequence nf lute nrrivals. Flour.—Adelaide, per ton. £50 to £52; Chilian, .CIS. ,, Oats.—Scotch, per bualiel, 83. Od. to 9b. Od, ■ Bran.—Is. to -is. (Id. per bushel. Barley.—12s. per bushel. Hay.—Oaten, £10 per ton. Potatoes.—£32 to £35 per ton. ;< 'Onions.—Od. per lb. ' , Sugar.—Dark, £38 to £40 per ton; light, £<10 to £42 per ton. • Candles.—Sperm, Is. 8d. per lb. Soap.—Colonial, £42 to £14 per ton. Wckles.r^Emts, 12fl.'io l2s/ per dozen. "Frmt«.—iJoillo.l. in. per doMn. Jtioe.—Patua, £38 to £40 per ton. , Swdiues.—Quarter tins, 12s. per.dozenj half tins, 10a ' Tea.—Congou, -CO10s. per chest. " . i S. JONES, Auctioneer. Auction Mart; Pall Mall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 January 1856

THIS DAY. Jones's-tlorso Repository, Tall Mail. SJONE3 will sell by . miction, this day,— « Draught, hack, ami light'Wrness horses. ' " Stile at half-past eleven, a.m. 119a Merchandise. BUILDING MATEKIALS. ON SALE, AT (tRIVE'S TIMBER YARD, BULL STREET: 300,000 feet 1 in. American tonguod and , grooved bonrds lQO.OOO feet li do, do. ' do. do. . 250,000 feet 1 in. do. clear pina 30,0,000 feet 1}, 1J, and 2 in. do. 20,000 feet Scotch flooring boards, 6x1 1-5 ■ 110,000 leet roofing battens ■, . 80,000 teot deal qnarterinj* : '100,000 fcot weather-boards 180,000 feet lining boards . • 8,000 Baltic red deals, 7, 8, and 9, x 3 solid cats 40,000 feet i, 3, 1 in., 1J, 1J, and 2 in. cedar '500 doors, ainglo and double moulded, all sizes 750 pairs sashes, glazed, all sir.es • . . - . 8,000 feet mouldings, various patterni 3;000 feet architraves 15,000 feet skirting boards Ceilar Turned Work, consisting of— , . .. . Table legs f . Washstand do. Bofa rails Also, Wheelbarrows Iron buckets Boring ...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 January 1856

; SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. ■" Onr market is still brisk, mid drntight horses meet with ready sale at fair prices. The'supply during the . week has been limited, ami no doubt if we had well-con ditioned liorses, suitable for draughting purposes, would realise remunerative prices. Tile following are our quotations :— ' Common lm<'k8, £10 to £'i0 ; good do. and light har ness, £20 to £35 ; good draught, £35 to £60; heavy 'do., none offered. tTip carts, .€22. 'Vat-sheep are in demand. Fat ewes are worth about ,32s. fill. No wethers ollering. A good ilock, perfectly ' !/ri&/rom scab,; would sell well at the moment. U -MACPHERSON & CO., Auctioneers, Horse Bazaar, Pull Mall. SiaJJiuret, 20tli Jnmmrv.lHriO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 January 1856

TTTANTED, Qnarrymen and Stone Breakers, oil and VV after 6th instant, on the various worts from Esaendon to MalmBbury. Bruce and Le Page, con tractors. Apply on the works. 258feb9 ' TT7"ANTED to Sell (cheap), either two or one horse . YV Conveyances. Also, some goad Horses, Saddle Horses, and Dog Carts for hire, Betidlgo Hotel Stables. 12jan29 WANTKD by a gentleman and bii wife, of consider able experience, the management of a Hotel, either in Sandhurst or the country. Keferences at this office. 288o ANTED by a gentleman who haa had considerable colonial expeiienep, a situation as Manager of a shfep or cattle station- The advertner lias had much experience iu the breeding of horses. Address C. B., ofifee of this paper. S39c WANTED a respectable and active Youth. One accustomed' to a Store preferred. Smith's Glasgow Boot Mart, Pall Mall. Iljan26 WANTED employment by. two steady Young Men, to drivo a. horse and dray, ox general work. Address W. B., officeof this paper. I0jan2d WANTED ...

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