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THE NOVEMBER MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 January 1856

THE NOVEMBER MAILS. ' The Ocean Chief arrived at the Heads at a late • Jiour on Thursday night, after a fine passage of 70 . days. Amongst- her passengers is Mr. Charles: • Gavan Duffy,-late M.P. | The more important part of the news now come •t6 hand!hfy3 been anticipated by the previous arri val- of the Clasmerden. TIIE WAR, The news from the seat of war up to the latest dates would lead to the inference that the campaign of 1855 is ended, as it appears that the allied com manders do not at present think it prudent to force the Russians from the entrenched camps in the mountains, The allied armies have approached • very close to the Russians on both flanks, but at the latest dates they were slowly retiring witlun .their own lines, MOVEMENTS IN THE CIiIME\. The Moniteur publishes the subjoined tele graphic despatch from Marshal Pelissier to the "Miuister of War ;—■ "Sebastopal, Nov. 2-. .: On the 27th October, General D'Allonvillo, with 24 battalions, 33 squadrons, and 5G pieces of...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. NINE DAY'S LATER NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE ROYAL MAIL CLIPPER SHIP OCEAN CHIEF. CAPTURE OF KINBURN, AND BLOWING UP OF OTCHAKOFF. RUMORED RUPTURE WITH THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 January 1856

NINE DAY'S LATER NEWS. Arrival- of tiie royal mail clipper ship ocean chief. ' capture of kin burn, ant) blowing up of otchakoit. rumored rupture with the united states. ...We publish this morning "An Extraordinary," which presents a copious and carefully digested history of the events of the war, and other inter * -esting miscellaneous European intelligence,

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 January 1856

JUST lveceived, mid on Sale at tho Argn* Sfnfcionery Dapot,—The Ai-ffli.s Commercial Almanac for the yeiir V85(V. lVieo 0110 shilling. - rpifK. WORKING MAN'S ?JlTEN.i>_ l»y .John L Cassell, complete,.at. tli Argus StiUiimov.v 1 Depot. Public Amusements. B ILLIAKDS! Billiards! Billiards I Victoria Hotel Pnll Mall. 106c PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Criterion Hotel. Under the Management of Mr. Henry Colkmas. 0 PBN EVE.RY EVENING. With ft talented Company from Melbourne Stalls, 6s.'; Pit, '1b. 23?c EPSOM HOTISL. A QUADRILLE Party every Tuesday and Thurs day, at the Epsom Hotel. Dancing to com mence at 8 o'clock. 110c Hotels and Boarding Houses. Albion hotel, view point.—w. meury begs leave to inform his numerous friends mid supporters that, ho can now ofl'er them very-superior accommodation, no expense liafing been Rpared to render his hotel replete with every comfort and luxury which the colony can afford. \V, M., in returning thanks for the patronage he has hitherto received from the public...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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AUSTRALIAN SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 January 1856

AUSTRALIAN SHIPS. Important' Lvquiky Relative to Australian. Ships.;—On'the "'3rd' lihct Stli of November'an ihves tigiition' took plaee.in the Liverpool Police Court, before Civptain Robertson^ who hud been sent down for the purpose by the Board of Trade,:nn^ Sir. •Mansfield, the stipendiary ' magistrate," as to the conduct of Captain Devey, of the Liverpool ami Australian emigrant ship, Mermaid, belonging to Messrs. Pillington and Wilson. The enquiry arose out of a report from the British Consul at Pemam bnco (-Mr. Augustus II. Cowper,) to the Board of Trade, alleging that in September last, the Mer maid, on her homeward passage from Melbourne, put into that port in an unseaworthy condition ; that he (the Consul) had three different surveys made by practical mariners, all of whom reported that it would be highly imprudent and dangerous for-her to continue her voyage without being first overhauled and repaired ; notwithstanding which Captain Devey did put to sea, the vessel making ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 January 1856

" nirl^in^iiiiTrirriri-irT"— THIS DAY Jones's lliu'so IJejiositorv, Pall Mall. S JONES will nell Iiy auction, tljia day,— t Draught, hack, mid light harness homes. Sale nt lmll-past oleven, A.M. 119c I TIHsTdaY. A CONSIGNMENT of very superior Good, consist inir of Silk Coats 3ilack camlet ditto "Woollen and other Jumper« Buff silk Dresses Chinese embroidered Snurfu Silk and cotton Handkprchiufs India Coriihs, &c„ &c„ to he sold liy auction by H. MAJIKS, in his Koom3, ..Pnll Afull, This day. ' Without reserve. 322jnn29 THIS DAY. H MARKS will sell by miction this day— . Doeskin," Moleskin, and other Trousers. 32:jjan29 THIS DAT. HMAT1K8 will. sell' by auction tliia d«v— . SO boxes Neva Stearine Candles. 8?4jan20 TIUS DAY. HM A R K § will sell by snction this day . Butter, Jams, Pickles, Sardines, Preserved Sal mon, Lobsters, &.C, &c. 32J>jan2ft THIS DAY. H MARKS will sell by auction, at bis Itooms, this ■ Elegant China Crapo Shawls ■ Brocado, sutin, ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

S; 'i'lilri DAY. Jones's Horso Iltpoaitorv, Pnll Mnll. JONES will sell liy auction, t.liii day,— Draught, back, and light hiirnosB horses. Sale at half-past eleven, A.M. 119a -THIS WAV. jA CONSIGNMENT of very superior Good, consint afi. .in? of Silk Conts lllack camlet ditto • --Woollen ami other Jnmpcrs , Bnir Bilk Dresses : Chinese embroidered Scarfa Silk and cotton Handkercliiofi India Corahs, &e., &o„ to Jba .Bold, hv nuotion by H.MARKS, In lii» Rooms, Pall Mull, Tli'ia day. Without reserve. 322jan29 THIS DAY. H MARKS. will sell by; anetion, this; day— ;i: Doeskin, .Moleskin, and other Trousers, 323jan29 •THIS DAY. HM ATt.jKjS.tyill .sell,by ,minion 'this'day.— . 00' boxes NewStenrine CaiWles. 324jan29 THIS DAY. H 'M A;R'E'8 will roll by nnction ..this .day"1 . 'Butter, Jams, Pioklen, Sardines, Preserved Sal mon.Lobsters, &o., <Sc. 325jan20 , THIS DAY. I'll MARKS, will .soil by auction, at big Ilooms, this i XX. diy, Elegant China Crapo Shawls ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

•| il PSOM AGKNCY.—Copies of tliis I'nper cuu be had jl M lit O'Dwvcr's Stove, Epsom.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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AUSTRALIAN SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

AUSTRALIAN SHIPS. Important Inquiry Relative to Australia Shii's.—On tho (3rd and .1th of November an inves tigation took place in the Liverpool Police Court, before Captain Robertson, who had been sent down for the purpose by the Board of Trade, and Mr. Mansfield, the stipendiary magistrate, as to tho conduct of Captain Devey, of the Liverpool and Australian emigrant ship, Mermaid, bejopging "to Messrs. Pillington and Wilson. The enquiry aroso out of a report from the British Consul at Pernam Imco (Mr. AMgusU)s H. Cowper,) to thp Board of Trade, alleging that in September last, the Mer maid, on her homeward passage from Melbourne, put into that port in an unseaworthy condition ; that he (the Consul) had three different surveys made by practical mariners, all of whom reported that it would be highly imprudent and dangerous for her to continue her voyage without being first overhauled and' repaired ; notwithstanding which Captain Devey did put to sea, the vessel making inches an hour...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR EIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1856. INVASIONS OF THE RIGHTS OF PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

THE B E NDIG 0 AS YE E TI SEE, vnoaiiEssiox, our tfpjjys, aniiooii resources. _ TUESD-iY, JANUARY 2!), 10SG.~ .-INVASIONS OF THE RIGHTS OF ' ' PRIVATE PROPERTY. There are i}o people in the world, jn theory or practice, \vl}Q Iujvjj '&o great a respect' for. the rights of property f)s j,Ue Englislj. We are:'aq:sen sitive on this point, tjiat, nothing excites greatej; odium than its invasion By individuals or-bodibs of jij'en^^c^uisitioqs, secijjie'd eypn'in original wrong, are,'by prescription, taken put of the" catngory'of i)]tiu||:y,' and maintained in .our Courts of Law. of all.sort9, and privileges, of pecuni ary value, originating in grogs usurpations of pub lic rights, hfive, fj-om tjine tp tiniR, beep tenaciously defended, under the comprehensive title of " vested rights." i ■;■■■■ There is no necessity to preach Ijqmjlies to our people to enforce reverencp for the riglitg pf pro perty.. It is n. national feeling with them. The rights of property must he maintained in ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. THE NOVEMBER MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

THE NOVEMBER M4II& The following appeared in an "Extraordinary," published yesterday morning:— The Ocean Chief arrived at the Heads at a late hour on Thursday night, after a fine passage of 7!) day?. Amongst her passengers is Mr. Charles Gavan Duffy, late M.P, The more important part of the news now come to hand-lias been anticipated by the previous arri val of the Clasmerden. ! ■ - T1TE WAR. , The nev\'a from the seat of war up to the latest dates wbuld lead to the inference that the campaign of. 1855 is:endc-d, as it appears-that tlie allied com manders do not at present-think it prudent to force the Russians from 'the entrenched camps in the mountains. The 'allied 'ai:mies have approached very close'to the Russians oh both flanks, but'at the latest dates they were' slowly retiring' within their own lines. ' ' MOVEMENTS IX TUB CRIMEA. The Moriiteur publishes the subjoined tele graphic despatch from Marshal Pelisder to the Minister. of JVar ' /. "• •" Sevastopol, Nov. 2. 0,...

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BENSON IN TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

BENSON IN TROUBLE. It will l>e seen by reference to our report qf the proceedings in Council of Friday -last, tliat our representative, Mr. Benson, lias been guilty of a breach of privilege, which placed hlin In danger of the Serjeant-at-arms, and incarceration in the dungeon prepared for honorable gentlemeu, and other parties who may incur tliu penalties at tached tq a "breach of privilege. ' The p: ivileges of parliament are transcendent and muitiiariqus, and not easily defined. Wo have seen a member of Parliament commit a breach of privilege' in using a drawer in the'table, placed before the Speaker, for 'the custody of books and document?, which he' (the' member) had occasion to refer'to. It is a breach of privilege to cross the floor of Parliament without " dotting the bonnet.'.' In a eonfercnec with , the House of Lords, in the Painted Chamber, it is the privilege of peprs to wear their their hafe while the members from the Commons arc uncovered. Mr. Wakleyj the radi cal me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

WANTED, Qnarrymen and Stone Breakers, on uup after Cth instant, on the variola -works from Essendon to 3*&ilmslmry. Bruce and' fce Pane, oou trnotord. Apply on the works. 25Sfcli9 WANTED to Sell (cheap), either two or one horsa Conveyance!). Also, some good Horses, Saddle Horses, and Dog Carts for hire, Bendigo Hotel Stables. I2jan29 WANTRD by a gontlemnn and his wife, of pontider able experience, the management of a Hotel, either in Sandhurst or the country. References, at this offl.ce. S38c WANTED a Cook.. Apply at the Devonshire Arms, Dead Horse FInt, A married man Hit) be pre ferably yanSV WANTED a. respectable young Woman, to make' herself genertiilyiuseful in a Restaurant. Apply i\t Daley's Sydney Stare, Peg bog (iull\\ near Eagle Haivlc. * * fljim20 WANTR1) ft Man for a Puddling Machine, Mr.. Taylor's* Xkok Creek, bplow Chiuamau Camp.. 13jan20t 1\7"ANTED by a Baker a situation a*a Stcoml Hand YV Apply Ij.Ji., ollice of tliis paper. Hfeb'i TT7"ANTED n . aeneral Female ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. •'•'(from oim mining reporter!)1. I am still limbic to speak conclusively of the result of tlieriew.riish at the Ironstone Hill, at the foot of the Eaglehawk White Hills, as the sinking is so hard, anil the dfpth so great as to render bot toming a hole a work of'time". I learh, however, that those down arc in no way dissatisfied, and the number of workers on the ground is' on the in crease. Very high expectations are entertained by the mind's, and it is to be hoped they will not njeet.Avj{.h disappointment. •. . ' ' : Tho new sinking below the purchased land at Epsom is being prosecuted with vigor. The miners on the purchgs d laud await with impatience the result of to-day, while those who have paid for their forty feet square are going down. . ' At tile Ejead Horse Flat a new rush took x?1a.Qe on Friday last, near Mr. O'Kecfe's Store, and yes terday lyiqrning (tie diggers,' with the consent of the owrierj ruslietl Mr. ijeresfqrtj's garden, a little lower down, ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Friday, 25th January, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. {From the Melbourne Papers.) Friday. 25th January, 1850. The Speaker took the chair at a few njlnutpg after three o'clock. B11EACIJ OF PRIVILEGE. . Mr. Pylcc' rose to complain of a fercaeli of privi lege, ij. (|uty which devolved on him as chairman of the select committee oh mining on private pro perty. "-.He had to eomplaii) that the conduct of one of the members of that committee—Mr. Eon son, the member for Sandhurst, who had forwar ded to some persons at Sandhurst a copy of one of the resoli]tiquii passed at that. committee. It ap peared to him that this was a breach of privilege, and in making this-complaint he wished jf; to be understood that his only 'desire' was 'to exonerate the committee from the charge of ignorance of par liamentary usage, find of the duties which devolved on them as comimttee'-men.' lie trusted that no cxtremo measures would he taken iii this case, ■which "seemed to be'merely an inadvertqiiQe of a very young member of tlie House. ' ' ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

SHIPPING IXTKLMllKNCK. pout or mkujouunk. Aitnivi:)). January 2-1.—Klizuljtth, schooner, from Adelcide 10th $nil., with nineteen passenger*; James, schooner, from Adelaide SOtli inst. January 2fi.—Ocean Chief, It.M. shin, from Liverpool fitb November, \vHlh three lmmlreil and fifteen passengers; Storm Bird, ss.s., from l'ort "Albert, with eighteen pas-.. singers. '■ January 2(1.—City of Sydney, from Sydney, villi nighty-one passengers; Aula, brig, from Port Louis, Mauritius, Jlth l.iQCQinb^r, w^th pjip passenger; Perse verance, brig, from Pott Wakefield 3 iith inst., villi two I passenger's; Sebim, schooner, from Sydn"y 18th inst., with one passenger; Fantoine, H.M. schooner, from Sydney. January 27.—Burnt. Burra, ss.s., from Adelaide 20rd just., with one hundred unii seven passengers. V .. • SAtr.KD, . Jnnunry 25.—Thames, ship, for London: Statesman, pliip, for LondonMaid of.the Yarra; "steamer, for Laun reston; Cbanipiptj, steamer, for Portlaud ; II.JJ. Empire, for Ilobson's fiuy....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

B :■'A DELAIDE OBSERVER. OFFlCE>—Gold bought. JX .,Amalgamated Gold Smelted. A'MKUICAN HOUSE KESTaUKANT\ ,Q&>h?9 Simpson, proprietor. Dinner^ on the 'table tit one o'clock. 323 jan31 ENDlGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harnoy, proprietor. OARDlNli aiid .DA'V SCHOOL.—Mrs. .Birchall, > Mitchell-street, Sandhurst, cottage above, the, reai 'diuco ofL. Ma'cplierson, Esq. 520feb27 7^ c. M'DONALD, Lemohado and Soda-water -Mannftettirer, Mcrae-atreet. Late C. and J. M'Donald. ^OQPJJft & ftOBATHAN, Military Tftilort, Pall Mall. marl B C € OHN.'BKOTHEHS, Cider, _ S^rup, and Cordial Manufacturers, Bridge-street. 6GCmar 11 1) L\{. WALL, Bosquet arid RiiglanStreets, White Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill. W.,, HAYCOCK, -Weighbridge Proprietor,: and General Commission Agent, next, the Post Office. MOLLINGSWOIiTII, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Hargraves-...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (From the Melbourne Journal of Ccmmerce.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. (From the Melbourne Jo urn {if of Ccmmerce.) We lmve not liod the pfensure for months past(o re port business so'active nnil satisfactory as it Iiris beeii •luring the past week, the long looked fo.r orde'i's from flie interior having come to hand finely. Higher rates pi cartage have been given to nil parts of the diggings, and many orders remain unexecuted in consequence of the scarcity of drays.'' ' " " • • . . The imports (luring the week lmve not been huge, and such as have cofrie to hand have been mostly suitable to the current demni4(l. We hope, nay firmly believe, that the improvement which we liavc noted will Inst, as the pintles rtn the diggings'cantio.t be large, and consumption ijiay now htvMiid to hiivn'ovftvt^Kcri iiupurlation, Ale and Beer continue in very good demand, and "are linn ut our quotations—holders cveii asking higher rates. • • • , • , -■ Butter.—Considerable business transactions have taken place in this article, prices ru...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

COMMERCIAL: IN TE L LIG U NT Q E. SANDHURST GOLD MAHKET. jJdfcr/iscv-OlUce, Friday Evening. Gold Is quoted ni £!?'lis. Oil. ptrr oz.

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IiQCAL COURT KLKOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 January 1856

LOCAL COURT ELECTION. On Saturday last the clcction for tlie mcmkors to servo 5n the Loral Court of Sandhurst for the ensuing six m n 'is, took place inside the Camp enclosure. The ap pointed hoi r was one o'clock, but Kt that time it was re solved to postpone it until faur o'clock. . Shortly afler: that time Mr. Mollison opened the proceedings by briefly exp'sining the objects of the meeting, and reading tlio rules by which the election was t> he conducted, and requested tlicm to assist him in maintaining good order und to give every one who might address them a patient li wiring. ' The first name drawn from the bag was that ofMv E. J. Knsor. Mr. Pollard briefly proposed this candidate, remarking that ho had 'expended a considerable sum of money on rjturt7. reefs and machinery, and was in every way a most eligible candidate. (Hoar, hear, and laughter.) Mr. C. J. Brown seconded Mr. Knsor. lie represented every interest here as far as might be, and would be a usr-fnl mau in the Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

JUST Arrived, and ou'Sale at tho Argua Stationery Depot— Dickens' Latost Novels: Nicholas Nickle'iy Tho Pickwick Papers Barnaby Rudge Martin Chnzzlewitt. Novels of Sir Edv/ard fiulwer Lytton,Bart. | My Novel Tlie Caxtons Eugene Aram Night and Morning . V L": : liienzi , - Tho Last of the Barons •: "ii'.v/ Alice, or tho Mysteries ' Pelhara . . The Last Da.ve of Pompeii ■, <■> ,< "f Leila, or the Siege of Granada V ; ; ; Godolphin The Disowned . . i Ernest Maltravers PaulCliil'ord Tlie Pilgrims of the Rhine • A Complete Set of Sir Walter Boott's Waverley Novels, in boards Do. do., in paper covers. THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, the first1 newspaper on the Victoria Goldfields, and (he best' Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published etebi Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Morning, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district oi Bendigo, the Metropolitan Qoldheld of Australia. The Bendiqo Advertiser has the most extensive circulation of any ...

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