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STEIGLITZ. Wednesday, 23rd January, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

SfEIGLITZ. (From the Correspondent of the Arqus.) Wednesday, 23rd January, 18SG. Affairs are beginning to assume a very: serious >: aspect at the Steiglitz gddlield. The Gorcrnimto't have had repeated warnings of what waB -to "■ hippen, but they have allowed the storm to titter-•' its -first-howl without the slightest endp&vor to check it; except, indeed, by appointing a g#tl& , mm residing in Geelong to be the adiriiiji'stiBitorof justice at Steiglitz. The miners are in a Kftl state r in many cases, owing to the impossibility of getfiitg' protection for their claims; ana jumpipg, otfrntlier ; robbing each other of their claims,: has- become frequent. To such an extent has this' been carried by the evil-disposed, that you may expect tb-'hear every day of a resort to revolver?, and the^loss I fa few lives. Such a state of things is ninch to b» ' deplored; but men must do somethirtg to protect • their lives and property. Disorder is, howiv^ ' ii'- . fortunately not ...

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CASTLEMAINE. (From the Mount Alexander Mail.) CASTLEMAINE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Jan. 23rd. (Before Messrs. Navlor and Hamilton.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

■VCASTLEM AINE,: • ^From the-Mount Alexander Mail.) - ' castlesiainf.'Police'qouiiTv Wednesday, Jan. 23rd. a;, (Before Messrs.-Navlor and HamiltonO Tin": Disturbance at the Municipal Meeting. —William Aberdeen was charged with assaulting i Poliee-serjeant Fleming in the execution of his duty-. There was a second charge against defend ant, for using abusive language in a public place. Messrs. M'Dowogh and Prenclergast appeared for tho defence. Serjeant Fleming deposed: I mh serjeant of police at Castlemanje. On the 21st instant, I was on duty at a public meeting in the Hall of Castle maine. Defendant was there acting in a disorderly manner, n,nd Dr. Preshaw ordered me to take Aberdeen in chargo and remove him. I went to Aberdeen and sai,d " Mr. Aberdeen, you must coiiio outside." ITe refused, and struck me seve ral times in the face and body. 1 succeeded in getting him outside, when he again struck me re peatedly, and kicked me on the legs. Ho caught me with his teeth by my trowsers,...

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

THIS DAY. Jonea's Horse Repository, Pull Mali. S JONES, . will Bell by aiction, this day,— • Draught, lmck, htuI li^fht harness hones. . Sale at lmlt'-piist eleven, A.M. ll!)o THURSDAY, 31 st .TAN UARY. For positive sale. Hr; MARKS 1)118 been favored with .instructions from .' tlio Importers to sell by miction, in his Booms, l*att Mail,'on Thursday, the 31st instant, the following Goods, consisting of Doeskin and Tweed trousers Cord and Moleskin ditto Black cloth frock coats Ditto - shoooting ditto Figured doe ditto Tweed ditto Black and brown alpaca coats ■ ,. ■' Cantoon, linen and lustre ditto Doeskin, Tiveed and alpaca veatj Alpaca,- brab and felt Lata v Boy's trimmed bats Gent's white, silk and beaver hat* Regatta shirts, washed iii boxes • Wliito diito, ditto • Ditto ditto collars Hoy's Scotch twill shirts lied and blue serge shirts ^Ladies' Cashmere boots Ditto patent leather slippers Bed fordteen trousers White ilrill ditto. The Auctioneer begs to call the attention of the tr...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL: • ' Tuesday, January 29. Present—The Chairman.; Mcssr.?. Sullivai), Jones, Humey, Simons, Haycock, qnc|; .Captain l3ell. ' . "" .r.ft The Honorary Sccrptary ygad the minutes qf the lastmeeting, which were confirmed, and the,copy of a letter lie had forwarded to Messrs* Grant and Benson, enclosing the resolution passed at the previous meeting on the subject of the grant in aid; also a' letter from the office of' the''-Chief Secretary, acknowledging the receipt of a letter from $ie- Chairman, on the subject of his being Sworn in. :: ' Mr. Sullivan,moved, and Mr. Harney seconded, " That the Clerk read.the applications received for the office of Clerk to the Council, and that the candidate clected should have , a majority of .the whole Council present,". Carried. .'-•Mr. Jon.es..moved, and Mi'.; Simo.us sec.o.ndjec), 'i-Tliat open voting he adopted in'all the elections io the Council ^ "Mr. Harney expressed an opinion adverse to' the resolution, as circumstances might...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1856. THE DIGGERS' DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

'THE BEND!GO ADVERTISER, PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AMD OyR REBOplfOES. TIIURSQ4Y, JANUARY 31,1050. THE DIGGERS' DEMONSTRATION. We are no advocates for popular demonstrations of. a tumultuous character, for 'the''attainment of political reforms, or. the redress :qf grievances, because they becQnie weapons iii the hands of the enemies of the people, td deny that measure of justice, which right reason^ n'rid the support of public opinion are sure ultimately to bring about. Sir Robert Bgel once saitl ':c It ^as more wise for a nation tq go. to war for a'point of hoiiqr, than for territorial aggrandisement or to enforce a pepun iary claim" It is also politic for the people to act within the' ljpy t,o qbtain a public good, rather flian attempt ^ {ijilain it tyy its violation. It is. appoint of honor yritli every government tp 'inaintain law and orqer, qnd in «very legitiniate effort of. this kind, it will, have the siipgort of the great' ma|ox-ity of tlie peqplg thgrgsejv'csj "'" It is tli...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Tuesday, 29th January 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUN'CI L. . {From the Melbourne Pu/vvw.) lit uesilrtv, 2f)tli..Jium(\r\*, • ! flic Speaker iq'olk the i h.iir at u f«« niiuntes pnst three -O'clock. . . *• MINING ON PBIVATK PROPERTY. The Clii&f Secretary lAiil on tlio tutile of the House a claim from a Mr. J. Selby ft/r'fiqi/tpeusation for (lie des truction of his property by niinei'6, »tul moved tliatjt be printed. He should move on the following day that it be referred to the Committee on Mining qn Private Pro perty. Agreed to. ASSESSMENT ,ON? STOCK. Mr. PQljlman presented n petition from Mr. James Thompson agaiiisf. ,tj;p Assessment on ..Stonlf Apt, Or dered to he received;': Bf L^SJ (.OF • ,EXCH ANG J5. ACT. . The Speaker aiihounced' tliat'lie"had presented the Bills of Exchange, 4cl. to liis" Excellency the Acting Governor, wljo had iieeu1 pleased" to nittich tlie Boyal assent to it. , . .. THE G'tJLD1 EXPOBT' DUTY.^iDJOUBNED * DEBATE. ' 5£r."Hnmffray siiiiV lio' wduld not-'ifdopt the original, .motion as ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) DEPUTATION OF THE EPSOM MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

"MINING INI^LLIGENCE. '(vtioii 'our atin'rn'c' nnpohteii.i DEPUTATION OT T'ltfr'EVSOM AlJNEIiS. Oji.tPwsgJajr mqi'hing ,at'an early hour great ex7 citcnient prevailed nt Epsom fn" consequence qf a report that Dr. Baccliaiis had sold, at tlie rate of £~> a claim, most of liis padiloek to Italians, Ger mans, &c., and that they were about.to work it. Most of those who were shepherding claims in this place congregated oivtho spot, when a few persons who hacl purchased went to work, the foreigners, whom report had placed there,"' rj'qt appearing, some few plots of land had two claimants, but be yond this great unanimity prevailed, r^d the arrival o.f Mr. Mackenzie, their chainr«arj, was anxiously awaited) 'A .Jitjlq after eijjht Mr. Mac kenzie arrived auct was voted 'into the chair, anil having mounted a log said, he had nofijytfycv news to communicate,'' tiic report of the select com mittee hid not yet been seilt to the house, it was a difficult question, and J,lfQ only cours...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

. v !i i.LOCAL. GOURT. :'";|i Saturday, 2GtlrJiujiifiry; X*.,y Eresent: the Glmirinan, ilessr?. Q'C'onor, Ha\vljng«,. HuntJ' Joiies, Wcthercllraud;H<is];enIUv ,£*. .H'&'Sj''',' The members of-'the: Courii .'did- hotosgijinbli. nt-3tfo: usual'hour, many beiug nudcf the impression that tjin term -for which thoy hm] bepn.:alBctM.\wft8 'cxpireil^n^ that the; Can# no 'longer" existed.; . They -meti'iHowevcry ill the afternoon, )mvin» assembled for the election;- - ■ •Mv/O'ConoribrniiKh't forward liis-motion, ori'th'e:s\ili ject of the-Miner's Bight, anii rpoved ;?' Tlint' tlje'-. select committee of the Lcgislative:Caurioilrnow silting-oii'. tlret ^ul(jcct of framing laws for the goldfields be'made oc qnai'nted through: Mr. Benson, JI.L.C.y that'it is .the- Of nided and unanimous opinion of the 'Local Court tlint the Miner's Rightsbouid be altogether abolished." ' " ■ Mr'.'Jnnes seconded tlie motion wliibli Was carriotlS jf •The Chairman was requested. hy the .Court to...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 28th January. 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

'MELBOUIlNJi, (l'HOM OUtt OWN CORRESPONDENT.') 28th Januarv. Ifl'm. . •; The^my&l;Of Mr. Duffy 'Jjfa'giV^n.'an' opportiif nity to his'countr^hneri, Tvh'o approve of ljis politics^' to give IiinV a very warm reception on his arrival in the colony. My. Duffy was the proprietor, and editor of tlie Nation,—a* journal which came into great notoriety as the exponent of the yicwsof tlie Young Ireland Party. Whatever may be thought of the policy qf that party, :ahd the course' pursuedh\f tljht jojirnjil; it must be iulrspttfjd that Mr. Diifty had tlie* merit of diwing round him men qf;g^ent liter;>ry ability," jvliqsc writiiiga, inVyeise and prose,..'pushed his paper into extensive' circulation, 'arid" procured for it-the cliaractqr of, probably; the best written jour nal in Irelarid. " Jlanj^'of tlie' cohtributbrs were young ni on of enthusiastic temperaments, whose errors should be regarded with great indulgence". iV gentleman, who has boon, some short time in Melbourne, and wl...

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LICENSING BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

LICENSING BENCH. A Boneli ot' Magistrates met 'yesterday, for the purpose of entertaining applications for publicum*" licenses. ; The following gentlemen formed the Bench: ~ the '.Stipendiary Magistrate, Messrs. Wilkinson, Vullentinu, and.Prs. Roche and Hunt. Epsom Turf T'tfrnv^—Beiijamin Itoper, on the Epsom Race Course. Granted. New Tim, Eagle Hawk Gully, Upper Crossings —Wm. Cox. Mr. Burton spoke! in favor of the'' house. Granted. Galidonian Hotel, "White Hills, — William Muir. Mr. Pitman supported this application. Ap plicant had been before refused, but l'lad- put iii a fresh application, having complied witli the Act! in full. • Mr. ' Cutten opposed this application,• ori tlltf broad ground of there being too intith • acdomi modation in the public house way already, in'' the surroujuling locality. lie was instructed -by Mr. Croom to say that his house had noi ypt paid. Mr. Burton spoke in fuvor of the house being. licensed. Granted. i.:t Quarts Miners' Arms, Iron Bark Gully.— ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. (Extracted from the latest European Papers.) COLONIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

i;ijro,pj-;an nkws. (Extracted from the latest European. Papers.). ' COLONIAL POLICY. 'J'ljo ex-Chancellor of tho Exchequer, MivW. E. Gladstone, delivered im .interesting lectin e on tfie colonial policy of England, at the literary in stitution of the villjigc of ITu warden, Flintshire, a few days 'back, mid before the illness of Sir \V. . Mplesworth was known. Tim lecture, addressed to iljn working njen of the district, at their especial request, conveyed through the right lion, gentle man's relative, Sir Stephen Glynne, was highly in structive, and it embodied, in a popular manner, the policy whicli formerly ruled and wljich nq\y prevails on the subject. Mr, Gladstone, amongst other line thoughts, gave utterance to nohh'senti meijts f;espectin<j the future management of our colonies, and as'one Qf these embraces in substance the policy which the ileparted statesman always maintained, it is worth quoting at the present mo ment. (f The Ijest thing that can be done for any...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

SlIIPtflNQ iSZ-' J vuut of mkj^ouunj aurivkdt: • Jf.\iuwy 28.—Lai^ir^.sj.s"',: ft;9iu^lA;u\nc.stoJV- 20l^ inst., with eiglite'cti^pwsoiigcrj; WciiHetti^ ' svliTiouer, aroin Ilobart Town 22nd instM' with lures' passengers ; Queen, ss.s., froi'i' I'oitliiiitl, jOelfust, and Warriiambool, 27tlrin^'\yi(^ ii^tj'-oup passengers; llayilah, ss.s., fronr A(Ieiiii5e^25ili iiii't.', \vitli"oiie JinndHiTp.issBngVrsVixen" schooner, frpm i>ilplnid(!.u/n. Portland^jll.thjiust.; Lann ccstail,^shiij, froui Ifoug Kong viu Adelaide JJUrtl iust., Svitli fortyseveiv Chj^'sif/passengers." s January 20.—Isabel: Giiznmiv Chilian liarque, from ■Valparaiso Atty -November j-Dubsous,' sclioouer, from ^auuceston.27tUiust. ' • ' 'VVl!''. ' " " V ' sAix.un. „ .Taiuinix2"-—rF'eVy"Cross, ship; fcr-'Eoint (lp Gillo y! KoenjiV'sliip, for Bourbon. • £■ Quinary 20.—Ant, steamer, for ,Ilobart Tmvu ; City : fit'Sydney, steamer, for Sydney ;' Storin liird, steamer, ■ for X'ort Albert. J■ ! ' ' ' ' 1 Post-office Notice....

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

SwuUmrst BIreciory. Adelaide observer oFiacE.—aoialjoiagbt. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. AMERICAN HCTUSE H I5S T AU RANT, , Georgo Simpson, proprietor. Dinner on the table nt one o'clock. ' 323jaii3i\ BENDIGO, HOTEL, Bridge-street. Julm Harney, - proprietor. Boarding and dax school.—Mra. Birehaii, Mitchell-street, Sniidlmrat, cottage above the reai-; donco of L. Macpheraon, Esq' 520ibb27 . GC, M'DONALD, Lemonade and Sodarwater «' Manufacturer, Mcrue-strcet. Late C. and «J, McDonald. COOPER & HQBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mali. marl G QHN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, nud Cordial Manufacturers, Bridge-street. CGGmarll D R. WALL, Bosquet and KajjIanStreets, White1 Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill. W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, nnd \3T. General Commission Agent, next the PostOfliee. HOLLINGS WORTH, Plumber,Glazier, mid Paper hanger, House.-anil Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Hanjravcs-street, Sandhurst. 209c...

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

Mil. O'DVVYEH, Kpsnni, a letter lies for you at tbis I :j, oilipe; also one for Patrick Walsji. "OPSClM AGENCY.—:CoRics of this Paper can be liail JDi tit 0?J,V.Tyer'-3 Sjtqre. lissom.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

CQMSriCRCIA-L iNTEtLIGENCE.: *"s ' :iiAitRii'i"..';'" Advertiser Oifice,, .. J v . Wednesday Eveninsr. fiold has risen to. £:) 15s. Stl. per oz. , The sin all quantity of gold offered by the miners for pule, and the lurge quantities lodged nt the Kseo'rt Office, have induced the banks mid'tjju,. gold-buyers to raise the jirice Od. per ounce. . ,Th6: l]ecit)iih leaving to-day with large consignments of goid.for'Kiiglaud.mnd the .Invin cible and Indemnity sn ulosely following hor on the Jih February, it'}3:jti)ought had also' been' a. causa for (jie advance. Thq Raeort started (6 .town .yesterday : niofuji)g,',^-ith the fojlo\y^ng.eoiisigumeuts of gold x—Xti 1 1 'Sandhurst . 835G.oz.;10 ilw.t.- '. lleatheote ,• ■<., ! vi'v . 'iovitfs or., lodwv: And £31j}0 10s. cash fron Sandhurst. •: .; ' . ThS returns b£.this,\VQel5 aro_,verycheeting,.and.;ljcar oi)t our former (assertions that the returns o£ the Escort jcpuld he increased l>y tu'e late rr,iivs. ! " Boyd and Harris rep...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

MARRIED. On the 14th instant, by special license, at the Presbyterian Church, Sandhurst, by the Rev. Mr. Nish, John Walton, builder and contractor, to Elizabeth Boiston, both late of the county of Durham, England.      

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

WANTED, Qnarrvmen anil. Stone Breakers, on anp aftor Gth instant, on tho various works from Essontlon to Malmsbury. Bruce and La Page, con tractors. Apply on t he'n orks • 258feb9 WANTRD by a gentleman and Iih wife, of consider able experience, the management of a Hotel, eithet; in Sandhurst or the country. Inferences at this office. - v 988c WANTED a Cook. Apply at the Devonshire Arms, • Dead Horso Flat. A married man will bo pre ferable. . : : . • *jan3l WAN TED. by a Baker a situation as.a Second Hand Apply L B., office of this paper. 14feb2' TT7"ANTED a general Female Servant, alito a Boy VV: to shepherd sheep. Apply of Mr.' Flaok of the Derivciit Store, Back Creek.' n_feb2 -11/ ANTED immediately a Man Cook and Female .VV.'" Servant. Apply at Wallaeh's Halfway Honse, White Hills-roiul. • 336feb2 GEELONG INFIRMARY AND BENEVOLENT . ASYLUM.. . . ' ;... "TTyTANTEI) a Resident Surgeon. Applications with VV-1estiiiiotiials, of qualification and character to be. sentto the secretoix oi...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 26th January, (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Standish.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 31 January 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS.   Saturday, ,26th January.   (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Standish.) Robbery from a Tent.— James Bennett was charged with this, offence. The prosecutor, Andrew Edie, said that he lived in Kangaroo Gully on the 12th instant: he left his tent fastened, and in it a pilot coat, a flannel shirt, and other things : on his return to it the following day he found the door open, the bed clothes turned up, and the coat and flannel shirt gone. On the 11th inst., from information he received, he went to the, prisoner's tent, in the same gully, and saw him with his (witness's) shirt on. Prisoner said if he went away for a short time he would find the coat. He refused, when the prisoner showed him the coat under a tree close by.   The prisoner was sentenced to six months' imprison- ment with hard labor. Larceny.— Peter Kneudsen, a Dane, was charged with this offence by his employer, Mr. O'Keeffe, and pleaded guilty. Mr....

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RECEPTION OF MR. GAVAN DUFFY, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

RECEPTION OF MR. GAYAN DUFFY, M.P. 1 he arrival of the Ocean Chic-f, with Mr. Gavan Dufty on board, having been tolegraplied to town on Friday morning, a committee of his friends in this colony, who had been anticipating his arrival for some days, went on board immediately on the ship dropping anchor, to offer him a welcome and present addresses of congratulation from Melbourne and Sydney. The deputation was very numerous, consisting of about eighty gentlemen, including Englishmen, Scotchmen, and Irishmen, the latter naturally being in the largest proportion. The deputation were introduced to the saloon, but as it was found too small to contain them they adjourned to the quarter-deck, where Mr. O'Sha nassy, M.L.C., introduced them individually to Mr. Duffv. Mr. O'Shanassy then presented to Mr. Duffy two congratulatory addresses upon his arrival in Australia—the one from Sydney, the other from Melbourne, Both of these documents were nu merously signed; among the names subscribed ther...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 2 February 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONI> n w. To the Ilditor of the Btndiun ' Sir,—I am informed that Mr. liensou, our member in the Legislative Council, is at the present actually left in Melbourne short of funds. Allow 1110 through your columns to coll attention to tlie fact. C.m the diggers expect Mr. Beusou to con tinue his onerous and hitherto valuable services without he meets with that support ou the faith of which he con sented to take his office. lias not Mr. Benson so far faithfully redeemed liis pledges in the House ? Has ho not most indefatigably striven with the same constancy of purpose nnd desire for the advancement of the interests of this district, which lias hitherto characterised his career, and is now to be placed iu the unenviable position of having to remind the men of Henrtigo of their promises ? How differently have tho men of the Ovens acted with their member. £1000 was subscribed in a few hours, and here we have barely covered the expenses of the election and of our member ...

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