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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

MISCELLANEOUS. Expulsion , op the Jersey Refugees,—It is stated, tliat tl\e wliole of the thirty-four refugee* who signed t)ie recent declaration have been or* dered to leave Jersey this week, by order of the British Government. Amongst the expelled ale Victor Hugo and his sons. • The Cologne Gazette states that the Russian General, Baron Korff, has been deprived of his command on account of his conduct near Eupa tovifj, and that lie is to be brought before a court* martial. It is the intention of the Government to augmont the Medical Staff Corps by two companies or troops of 120 men each, the Land Transport Corps by eight companies of 100 men each, and the Armyt Works Corps by ,500 men. The Consular Corps at Odessa have sent a noto to the allied admirals, expressing a hope tliat they will spare the city the horrors of a bombardment, as it shelters a vast number of foreign families, to whom the largest portion of the moveable and im moveable property beloncs. Lord Dalhousie is affir...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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EUROPEAN NEWS. THE OPERATIONS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

EUROPEAN NEWS; THE .OPERATIONS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN. The naval operations in the Pacific, under Ad miral Stirling's command, have been severely cri ticised in a leading article in the Times. The opinion is expressed that, had ordinary diligence been used, there was a moment when the Russian squadron was fairly in the power of tho English fleet. It appears that, on tho morning of Sunday, the 20th of Way, the Russian squadron was found at anchor in position at the head of Castries Bay— a spot which may he found in tho maps at 51 ° 27' N. Int., 141 ° E. long. They consisted of the Auroro, 44 ; Oltenitza, 22 ; Dwina, 20 ; Vostoclc, 6 ; a brigantine of 3 guns ; and a large ship, Biip posed to be tho Kamtschattca 6t'oicship, of'tJ guns. Unluckily the English force which bore down upon them consisted only of the Sybill<?,40; Hor net, 17 (screw); and Bitteniy 12. Under tliessti .circumatamjea Commodore Elliott, who'was in-coin-1 mand c£ the littlo squadron, judged it iu\i>racU...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, 1st February. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

couitt of petty sessions. Friday! 1st X-'obruury. fBefore the Stinemlinrv MtiL'istmtfO Diboiiaiiokd.—Win. Muir, charged with drunkenness, anil Daniel M'Carthv, who linil beeii committed for con tempt .of oourfc on Thursday Inst. ... UBMANnnn.—Michael Collin, on suspicion of robbery; nnd Alfred Perkins, on n oliargc of wilfully losing or de stroying his muster's property. • ■ ; Claim . foe Wares.—A. G. Burke .brought ft claim of wages of £17 its. 4d., against Robert Daniels. This ense occupied the Court for some timo, when it uppenrcd tliat complainant hail made au ovorclinrge, aud that defendant wanted n little time in which to pay tlio money due. lie wus willing to pay down the sunt of six pounds live shil lings and fottrpe'nce, and the balance, fiix pounds, on Saturday week. The Court awarded accordingly. Mr. J.ysnglit for complainant, Air. Cutteu for tho defence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

FRIDAY, the- ISTfi FEBRUARY,. 1850. SPXiGSDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Farmers, Cajiitulisls," and Others. T MACPIIEIiSOX .7n(l GO. have received inatrnp JJ% (ions froii) Frederick Kenton, E-sq,, to disjioa.e of >>v public miction, on Friday, the 15th February, ut tlieif rwmSj/it 12o?nloek. -: i. ... /{.'hat Ixmiitilnl Freehold Property knownas. • . JIiipp.v .l ick's, situated on tlio delightful bunk* of Ritllopk Creel;, Locktfood, . . .With & asies ol' Land. Together with 4-roomcd Cottage, eliinojled and plasterad. tritli ; . Vegetable (iarden, detached liitchc", Stopk yanlg, out-houses, Ac., Ac. The sibijve property ia unexceptionable, as it has nil l«cn. manured, and, for mnrkpt gardening purposes, is pnsHrpnssed. Happy Jack's is too well known t<? need further de scription. " For positive Sale. ■ For -further particulars apply to the: Auctioneers. .392febI4.; ^IjyRSDAY, 21st FEBRUARY, 185<^ > lo, Capitalists, "\Vino and Spirit Merclianls, mid ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

WANTED by a gentleman who hua had considerable coloniul cxpuiicnce, a. situation aa Manager of a sheep or cattlc station. The advertiser has hml much experieuco in the breeding of horses. Address 0. B., o(hoo of this paper. 289n TTTANTKD, Quarrymen and Stone Breakers, on anp VV after Gth instant, on the various works from Essendon to Malmslmry. Brnco and Le Page, con tractors. Apply on the works. 258feb9 EAGLE IIAWIC TOWNSHIP WANTED, a Boy to nfsist in selling Newspapers and attending an office. Wages—£1 per week, and Board and Lodging. WANTED, to purchase any quantity ol Second hand Books suitable for a Circulating Library. Address—Books, ofiiec of this paper. Ifebfi WANTED, a Girl to wait table and make herself generally useful. Apply at the French Restau rant, Epsom diggings, 8feb"> WANTED, by a young Man who can speak English an i German fluently, a situation as Barman, Waiter, or Salesman in a shop. Address E. B.. office of this paper. 7feb5 TO IHTILDEUS. WANTED, Tenders for...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Thursday, 31st January, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, (From the Melbourne l'upers,) Thursday, .'list January, 1050, : The Speaker took the chair at iiye minutes past three o'clock, IMPORTATION' OK STOCK. Mr. Yvillu brought ii[> the report, of lilt? select committee oil the importation of live stock, which wm ordered to lie printed. " 110 ADS AND BRIDGES. Oil the motion of ,Mr. O'Brien, tue House wont into committee for the further consideration of the expenditure on road3 and bridges. He said the question had been frequently delayed, at an expense to the country' of 10 per cent, upon the outlny. As the ground^ fqrnifirly urged for delay did not now exist, he tTijstei} the jnutler would now be se riously take:) up by the cqmniittee. He was anx ious that the appropriation qf a large sum should bo made to the Board, because roads could be much better njadc hqw tl;an in three qr four mouths. The country would gain by it in every way. As lu; did not expect p.ny qppqsition, he would simply move that the qum of £200,00...

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MELBOURNE (FROM OUR OWN CORRSPONDENT.) January 31st, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

MELBO U lijNJi.'' '(FROM OUK OWN CORnESl'olvnENT.) January 31st, 1856. As J .anticipated ii) njy last, the result of the de bate qu the Export Duty qn. Gold was lost ; the, division showing that, exclusive of the members from tlic miijing districts, there were but three other members of Council wl>o voted in the mi nority. I do not think that the sense of the Coun cil is to be taken on this question from the division on Mr. Grant's motion, which was premature. B.efore so important an item of revenue could be dispensed with, q. revision of the entire system of taxation slfpuld precede it, i>nd means devised to make up tl;c ileiicipncy. The debate, however, will bear good fruit ill due time in having directed' attention to the subject, and convincing the Coun cil and the country that it will be neeesrary to ap portion taxation'more equitably on the community and the mining districts in particular. . . The "question of nominating our own Governor by no nieaijs acquires general ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

EPSOM AGENCY.—Copies of tlna Paper nun be had at O'Dwycr's Store, Epsom.

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COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. Monday, Feb, 4th, 1856. (Before his Honor J. G. Forbes, Esq., Chairman, and Mr. M'Lachlan.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

COUItT OV GENERAL SESSIONS. • Mouclny, Feb, 'ltli, 18,jQ, (Reforo Jiis Honor .7. G. Korbes, Esq., Chairman, and Sir. M'Lnchlun.) Ilis Honor took his seat oil the l5cnch at ten o'clock. 'Din Calendar wns not n very heavy (we, mul only two oases wore defended. Contrary to usual custom, there was not one case of horsestealing, tlio majority of iho oH'cuces being robberies from dwelling-houses. The Bar mustered an strong and 110 stronger than usual. Tile members present were the Crown Prosecutor, Sir. Nool, Messrs. I.ysagbt, Aspinall, and McDonogh. The following Jury were empannelled :—James TCspie, G. A. Kcvr, Itnbert Hill, Kiehurd Hemingway, William Ilefi'cruuu, Jolui IIUlop, James Jlosken, 1>. Hart, Alex.^ Gregor, Lewii? Grant, Edward JIayton, mid llcnry • Holmes, foreman. STKALixr. rnoM a iwei.uno iioi:se. John Draw was charged with this oflener. The Crown Prosecutor having brielly ttited the c«s«' to the Jury, called John Iloev, who paid he wns a digger at Iron Bart, and had au ...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1856. THE EXPORT DUTY ON GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

i ——— ■ , , , , in ?HE BEHDIfiO ADVERTISE#, progressionf odb RCGIITS, and oui1 RESOURCES, .. Tuesday, february c, ibsg. •the export duty on gold. There are people who tiling, as the mining dis tricts nowenjpy j,he right of returning members to serve in the LegislatiyeC'ouijcil, which, by tlie way, is altogether disproportioncd to the population located upon them, their wealth and relative im portance in the community, that every thing has been done for the miners they Jiuvc a right to expect, and that they should now,sit down contented, and .exhibit a becoming gratitude, not only fur tho pri vilege they have acquired of having some share in the representation of the country, but that they ure exempted from the harassing visitations of the. police, engaged in tho "nigger driving " employ ment of V licence hunting," It appears to these people, that a mitigation of the abuses and tyrany practised on the gold-fields, by the forco of con trast, ought to produce a perfect clysium on the d...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, February 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

J.OQAL COURT; Saturday, February 2nd. Present: the Chairman, Messrs. Knight, En-! sor, Hosken, Clissold, O'Cojiov^ 'Sycthe^ii," and, Bouran. The Clerk read a, letter forwarded by bin* to the Chief Secretary, enclosing two Regulations, for the assent of the Acting Governor, which had. been passed at the previous sitting of the Court. James Gibb v. John Barker. It appeared that the plaintiff'lint} bought !\ third share of the defendant's puddling mochine for A'20, and that he now sought a dissolution <jf part nership,-as for four months the defendant had not worked at the mill. The defendant offered to tajce, and the complainant and the other partner to give i'10 for the sha:e in question. The Court therefore ordered "That James Gibb and Jq.mes Marr pay Barker the turn of £10 for his share, to bp paid in seven days from this date, and thonjartnership is dissolved." Jol>n Siegleiio was charged with a breach of the regulations of' the Local Court, in not forming a drain fr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

SH1 l'IMNG INTELL1GKNCK. TOUT OF MKLnOL'Ii^i;. AltniVKI). February 1.—Moid of tlie Yum:. s.ssl, -from I-nunpes tnn 00th nil., with four passengers; .lei. schooner. from ■\V(irnininl)nol JiOth ijlf. : lienor, 1 Inniluir^li l>.")i:qr.e, fr0111 Iliiinbitr^li Itli October; Timandra. biiniuq, from port Witkelield nil.: <itv of Holmit, s.ss., fro/ii Tloburt Town StJtli «lt„ with fortv-sevnu passengers; <:hiri-n(-.\ s.s., from huuncesion 00th nit., with twenty nine passengers. February 2.—Storm IJinl, s.ss., from J'ort Albert, with fourteen passengers; })i>uiiirr.uig, schooner, from Gui chen Buy x!Vtli ult., with three passengers. February •'),—While Swan, s.ss., from Adelaide flOtli ijlt., vi/i Portland ~ij<1 ins',, with one hundred and seven passengers; Wonga A.S.N. Uo.'s s.ss., from Syd jiey 30.tli ult., with forty-seven passenger;). • S.US.V.W, February 1."—Annie, barque, for Kong Kong: Nortli Star, liurijije, for Ilobart Town; CnlliniLCe, ship, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

Sandhurst Directory* BBOTT'Sf Inteot' Hirmiirglmm) " Australian Hotel," A'DBGA IIJE OHSBUVEU 0 t'FICB.—Gold bought. .Amalgamated (told Smelted. BENDICIO HOTF.L, Bridge-street. John Jlarnev, proprietor. BOARIUNH- mid DA"¥ SCHOOL;—Mrs. Bircliall. ? Mitoholl-stiwt, Sandhurst, cottage above' tjie. rpsir: Cr G. M'DONALD, riemonadfj..anil Snda^watcr V'Manufacturer, Mcrae-sti'ecfc. Lata 0. ami'J.. M'DShalii; An ordinary at one o'clock, G:ipr!!0 diily., deucelof Ij. Mncpherson, lisq. 520ft>b27 COOPER & ROBATHAN; •Miltauyi Tailors,' •Pall Mall. ' niSrl;:" CQBN BROTHERS;; Cider, . Syrup,- ami,- Cordial. Man ufactm'erH, Bridge-street. 666mnr11-■ TiP* WALL, Bosquet-and ItiglanSt'reets, White JJ; Hills Hamlet. 7th White Hill.. G.W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, nnd . . General Commission Agent, next the PostOffice.' nOLLINGSVVORTH. Plumber.-Glazier, and Paper " hanger, Houso and Sign I'aintcr, Market-square. HOWARD &DIX.ON, Ijcmonudq; Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacture...

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MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

MeLboUIINK GOLD ClIICULAIi. The golcl innrket has been quiet to-dny, ihe quantity enteral) for export having beon 178 ounces only.—Jr. ym, Monday. .

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. •'"MELBOUBKK COMMERCIAL NEWS. Advertiser Office, Muuclav F.vcnin Gold is quoted at £0 15s. Oil. per oz. The following Vcport is liahd<;d fo iis by Mr. Car ■* Tlitl late.i-ise ill the price of gold-dust aecnjs to hipe induced some holders to cell, whilst others ngaji) con linue to liold, as thcy.pnt/cipate a fitijl gjenter'on/i, of >wlitcli, however, they/; is 110 immediate pr.qspcctal though it is hoped-ijiflt staps will'be ti}keii, ^itliout •further delay, to purchase golil; from f);p digger ill tlie shape of bullion, consequently givipg tji.e miner the ad vantage of tlie assay, or, in othejr \y.cjj:c|.^, tlie tnifi yalne oj tlie precious metal." ' 2'/f the Editor of the Ilf iidiijp Advcrthcr. Sandhurst, l'pli. 4tii, 1850, Sin/r-^Tt was only the otjier d'fiy, V>s yon'must \yej) re member, that the <iunrtz i))il|pr iijii} great difficulty in obtaining a market fo^' hi?, gold, jjujl even tlip); jt \yiis not without sacrificing' tal...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

BIRTH. On Monday, the 4th inst., the wife of Mr.     Peter McDougal at New Chum Gully, of a son.

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SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Snturiluv, Snil Fclmmrv. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Saturday, 2nd February. The price during the week has been steady at £3 15s. 3d., with a larger quantity offering. The demand has been good.     The nugget from Jones's Creek of upwards of four hundred ounces of gold has arrived in town by the es-   cort. We have had several large parcels from there during the week, the whole of which is in coarse and heavy lumps.   The amalgamation and separation of gold from quartz is now occupying the attention of many parties, and it may he worthy of notice that Bryce Ross (a name well known amongst the diggers has invented one of a very simple and, it is said, effectual character ; the expense will be under £10, and in fact it can be mae by any miner in a short time ; he considers that the apparatus being of such a simple nature ; it would he useless to patent it, and therefore it is likely that it will be brought before the notice of the commission of inquiry into the...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPOTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) It appears that the question of the land at Ner- ring, applied for by Mr. Campbell under pre- emptive right, and against which a petition was   sent in by the inhabitants of Myers' Flat and the vicinity, is not to remain quiet. The Surveyor- General has very kindly anticipated the wishes of the mining community by withdrawing the land from sale, with the exception of the very piece of ground that it seems the diggers want. The following requisition, largely signed, has been sent in to Mr. Robert Patterson and others forming a committee on the subject, and I am in- formed by Mr. Patterson that he believes the com- plaint to be well founded, as the ground comprised within the area alluded to is at the present time being driven under. The following is the requisition I allude to :— " To Messrs. Paterson, O'Deehan, Dr. Dehaue, and the gentlemen forming the committee of the memorial to the Government respecting the land at Ner...

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COLONIAL GOLD MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 February 1856

COLONIAL GOLD MINING COMPANY. The following report of a meeting of this com- pany, extracted from the Home News, will be read with interest by the residents of these gold- fields, as it refers in part to operations of the com- pany at Bendigo :— A meeting of shareholders of this company was called together at the London Tavern, on the 26th ult, by Lord Alfred Churchill, who stated in his advertisement that he felt some explanation of the affairs of the company was due to the shareholders, upon whom a call had just been made by their directors, and that he wished therefore to invite the co-operation of his fellow-shareholders in de-     manding such an explanation. About 40 gentle-   men attended the meeting. Lord Alfred Churchill having taken the chair, said that having recently come home from Aus- tralia, and having possessed a thousand shares in this company from its commencement, he felt little hesitation in complying with the suggestion of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

Friday, the is™ February, mo. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Farmers, Capitalists, anil Others. LMACPHERSON mid CO. have received instruc t tions from Frederick Fen ton, Esq., to dispose ol by public (motion, on Friday, the 15th hebruary, uttbeii rooms, nt 12 o'clock, That beautiful Freehold Proporty known as Happy Jack's, situated on tho delightful banks of Hullook Creek, Lockwood, With 5 acres of Land. Togethor with 4-roomod Cottage, shingled and plasterod. with ; Vegetable Garden, detached Kitclion, Stock yards, out-houses, &c., &c. The.obove property is unexceptionable, as it has all been-manured, and, for market gardening purposes, is unsurpassed. Happy Jack's j's too well known to need further de scription. <For positive Sale. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers. 392fobl4 . THURSDAY, 21st FEBRUARY, 1850. To Capitalists, "VVine and Spirit Merchants, and Others Falcon Inn, Centre or Peg Leo Gully. LMACPHERSON and CO. have received instruc ...

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