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COURT OF APPEAL. (Before his Honor J. G. Forbes, Esq., Chairman, and Messrs. Ross and Barnard.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

COURT OF APPEAL. (Before his Honor J. G. Forbes, Esq., Chiurinim, and Messrs. Ross and Burniinl.") Bridget Mackay appealed against her conviction, by tlie Stipendiary Magistrate, on an information for ill egally selling spirituous liquors. The Crown Prosecutor appeared in support of the conriction, and Mr. McDonogh for the nppealant. The appeal was on the merits. Thomas Fitzhenrv deposed that oil the 01st December, lift went to tlie the tent of the defendant, accompanied by Constable Stubblev, and had two noblilers of brandy, a bottle of lemonade, and one of ginger beer, for which he paid 3s. Oil. Cross-examined by Mr. McDonogh : He may tuv nn informer to it ml out sly-grog sellers. IIo was in tlie police force He resigned, he was not asked to do so. Mr. McDonogh: lie needn't wink at liiiu, he wasn't a sly-grog seller. The witness: They had np about thirty-four cases, lie recollected the cases by the note book. He kept it to refresh his memory. lie had the book in Court. ([lis Honor...

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HEATHCOTE RACES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. Heatheote, 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

HEATHCOTE RACES. (FROM OUIl OWX CORRESPONDENT.^ I Iieathcote, 3rd February, The Ileatlicote Annual Races came off on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday last, and were well attended. The weather was splendid, warm, but not oppressively so, and the rain which fell on the previous days of the week was just sufficient to lay the dust, and put the course in first rate order. Two German bands were in atteudance, and contributed much to enliven the scene and heighten the enjoyments. The following were the results of the three days' sports. PinsT Day. Maiden Plate of 00'soys. Heats, once round the course. Entrance, £0. Mr. J. Hamilton's br m Flying Cloud 1 1 " G. Dawes'bv li Tommy 2 2 " It. Boss's Warlock 0 0 " .T. Abbott's Bmmcing Nan 0 0 " G. Waltliam's Wliitefoot .. .. .. .. 0 0 Each won easily. Miners' Purse of 40 sovs. Entrance, £4. Twice round and a distance.' Afr. G. Dawes' b h Glcnelg, 4 yrs ... .. .. 1 " G. W. Haycoclv's o h Romeo, 4 yrs .... 3 A capital race, the two horses ruuniug n...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 2nd February. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

COIJirr OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 2nd February. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) But~two wages cases came before the Bench this mor-1 ning, ami in ench instance a remunil was applied for and granted by the Bench. The cases were Jones v. Rosenblatt, and M'Carthy v. Burke. The latter gave cause for some merriment, and is likely to afford still more on Wednesday next. Monday, 4tli February. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Remanded.—Michael Coglin, ou a charge of robbery ; John Cooper, on a similar charge. Dischaiiqkd.—AYm. Bluckwell, fighting in a public street. Drunk and Disoudf.hly.—Jolin Egan was fined £2, or in default three days imprisonment; Charles Mackay, and a man named Etla, for being drunk were fined 5s. ; John M'Coudry, ditto ; J Henry Matthews, £1; William Roberts, Os. ; Andrew Monti, Ds. ; Henry Green, dis charged. Assaultixo the Police.—Henry Gibson was subjec ted to one month's imprisonment for assaulting the police. Resisting tue Police.—Conway Murphy on th...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. fFrom the Ana). Tuesday. 25th February, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. fFrom the Ana). Tuesday. 25th February, 1850. The Speaker took the chair at ten minutes after three o'clock. After some notices had been given and petitions presented, Dr. Etnbling's motion for a Select Com mittee to report on the introduction of the Alpaca was agreed to. A question by Mr. Mollison relative to the de falcation of a contractor for erecting a bridge over the Leigh was answered by the President of the Road Board. The Chief Secretary moved the adoption of the Report on the Assessment on Stock Bill, and Mr. Fawkner made a last effort to stay the progress of the bill by moving that it be recommitted, which effort was defeated by 21 votes against 14. The Bill will be read a third time to-day. Mr. Grooves moved the House into Committee on his Liquor Law Amendment Bill, The lion, member made a lengthy speech, in which he in sisted on the necessity of reducing the present excessively high license fee paid by publicans, and dwelt especially on the grievanc...

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

EPSOM AGENCY.-^-Copies of this Paper can be had at O'Dwycr's Store, Epsom. -

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) 5th February. 1050. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUIt OWN'CORRESPONDENT. J 5th February. 1050. Yesterday the friends of Mr. Gavan DufTy en tertained that gentleman at Hockin's Hotel, at which -Mr. O'Shanassy presided. The company must have been very numerous, as the parties could not be accommodated in the large room of the hotel —I think the largest in the city. The surplus "company dined in another room. Those who at tended the dinner are variously estimated, at from two to six hundred. The company was highly respectable, comprising several members of Council and other equally respectable gentlemen, among whom was the American Consul, who responded to the toast of " The President of the United States," which was drunk with great enthusiasm by the pompany. It appears that Sir. Daily intends to practice the law as a barrister, in the courts in Melbourne. I have no doubt if he persevere in that intention, and follow his profession steadily, he will obtain great encouragement, and place himself in a much more respec...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1856. MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER PROGRESSION, ODU BtOIITS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 105G. MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. Our readers liave been already wdL-informed upon all tlie proceedings connected with the claims of the miners to trace a lead of gold through pri vate property at Epsom, They know that a reso lution of t}ie select committee of the Council mining on private property" was passed, affirming the right of the mineis to follow a lead of gold through private property. As a matter of course •it was perfectly understood tliat the owners were to receive adequate indemnity for any injury cione to their property. A select committee is a great favorife with discreet, easy-going gentlemen, who pre very sensitive and bashful, in the fashion of Mr. Nicholson, the celebrated hut unsuccessful (colonial Cabinet maker, who gravely (gravity is his forte) stated in tlie Cquijc/I that the vulgar practice of having " a day of nomination" at elec tions should he abolished, to prevent s...

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COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. Tuesday, 5th February. (Before His Honor J. G. Forbes, Esq., Chairman, and Mr. M'Lachlan. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

CO OUT OK GKNKItAL SESSIONS. ' 7 Tuesday, fith February. (Before Ilia Honor .T. (i. Forbes, Chairman, ntid • Mr. M\Lnchlnn.) .. ' Tlie following jury was empnnnelled John Hislrtp, I\ Unit, lliclianl Hemingway, Daniel Jackson, WilliritH Hopkins, David .Tm:k, John Ellison, John Ifickey, A. England, 0. Fizell, Isaac Power, and J. N. Jones. 7 EDUEZiViMnNT. •'» - Archibald Gillcnders was charged- with emhezxTeing crriain monies, the property of her Majesty Queen Vic toria. The Crown Prosecutor conducted the prosecution Mr. Aspinnll appeared for the defcuee. This case it will be remembered lias constantly come before the Stipendiary Magistrate during the last three months, when scraps of evidence have been taken, and the prisoner remanded on bail from time to time. Mr. Aspinall objected at the commencement of the investigation that the ense could not proceed, the indict inr<jt noi-being correct. The prisoner was not, as therein spec. * ,/d servnnt of the public, and the monies ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 5th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 5th February, 1856. Present—The Chairman, Messrs. Jones, Har ney, Haycock, Simons, Sullivan, and Captain Bell. The minutes of the last meeting were read and . confirmed. The Chairman informed the Council that, in\ consequence of the clerk having been detained a.^ a juryman at the General Sessions, he had been unable to transcribe the minutes into the book , provided for them. •. ; A short conversation then took place on this , subject, when / 5' Mr. Sullivan moved, and Mr. Jones seconded,/ " That the Clerk be instructed to communicate with the Government, requesting that the mem-; bers and officers of the Municipal Council of Sandhurst might bo exempt from serving on juries." Carried unanimously. The Clerk read a letter, received by liim from Mr. Evelyn Howard, offering to make the assess ment of the district, and one from Mr. J. M. Winter, applying for the office of solicitor to the Council, also one from Mr. Benson, stating that he had commmunicated wit...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (From the Mount Alexander Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (From the fifvunt Alexander Mail.) Cakti.kmaimf. District.—The pupulatiou of this district, including Forest, CanjpbeH'.s, and Baiv key's Creeks, MueMeford, and I'nvreiigoweij amounts to about 10,000, exclusive of Chinese, Some new ground lias IqXely l;»en qpened on Penr nyweight Flat and in Wattle Gully, Forest Creek, and has p^iid well, The quartz workings qve sucr ceeding, but in many cases want of money has prevented miners continuing upon claims which tljiey li#ve partly sunk, A new cjuavtz; reef has been opened a little to tlje eastward of Tarren gower, but it is not yet known with what results. Iil this district there are eleven steam machines for quarts crushing, ninety puddling machines at work, and thirty sluices. Fryer's Creek, with Kangaroo, comprises a po pulation of 8500, thus distributed : Fryer's Creek, 4500 ; Kangaroo, 2000 ; B.ack Creek, 1000; aod Sevastopol, 1000. The last named place is situ ated near Mlddleton's Creek, .ft the locality whore...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. FOltT OF MRLBOURNI AUniVEP. Feb. 0.—Queen, s.s., from Portland, Port Fairy, and SYarnanibool, 2ml instant', with eight cabii) and seven teen steerage passengers. Feb, *L.—Ranger, schooner, from Western Port,—Little Pet, schooner, from Sydney, 2(ilh ult—Eagle, schooner, from Sydney, SOtli ult—j^oiitezunjji, brie;, frQr.) Sydney. 01th lilt—'Mariner, schooner, from Sydney, 24th nit— Atalanta, brig, from Tome via Valparaiso, 28th Oct., with one cabiu passenger. Feb. 5,—Picard, schooner, from Ilobnrt Town, 2fith jilt,, with one cabin atul three steerage passenger.—Agnes, schooner, from Western Port—Yarra, schooner, from Hobart Town, 31st ult.—Indus, barque, from Newcastle, N.S.W., 24th ult.—Yarm Yarra, A.S.N.Co.'s s.s., from Sydney, 2nd instant, with seven cabin (inil forty-live steerage passengers,—Caroline, schooner from Sydney, pith nit. 8ATIEI}. Feb. 3.—John 1!. Moller, ship, for Bassein—Anna l)is;on, brig, for Adelaide—Sea Star, ship for Talcaliuano —Maria, ba...

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

Sandhill's! Directory. ABBO'i'T'Sflutool'Birmingham J "Australian Hotel," ; '"White Hills-road. An ordinary at one o'clock, daily. O-'iprSO Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought. - - Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDlGO HOTEL, liridga-atrcet. John, Harney, -proprietor. TJOARDING and DA"¥ SCHOOL.—Mta. Bitch all. JP Mitchell-street, Sandhurst, cottage above the resi douca of L.Moepherson, Eaij, 020fob27 O. JI'iyONALD, Lttftonfcfo aid Soda-'jvater j&imto'fact'nrer, Mcrae-street. Late 0. and J. onaU. COOLER & &0&A.THAN, Militaty Tailors, , tall . Mall. mart 0OHN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, and Cordial Manufacturers,.Bridge-street. C'fiCniarll -pB.^.Bo^nd ItaglanStrceta, White ; lElla Hamlet-, 7 th White Hill. r\ W. HANCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and \JT. . General Commission Agent, next the tost Office. HOLLINGS WORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper-' • llanger, Houbb and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water,,and Ginger-beer M...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (From Monday's Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

]VlELBOUIt$E WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. . (From Monday's Argus,) Trade lifts not been so brisk (luring the past week With the import houses, but there lma been an nvarage slmre of business doing at the stores of those more imme diately connected with the inland trade. There is some speculation iu the market ju the articles of brandy, but ter, candles, sugar nnd oats. In .breadstuff's the market remains tolerably firm, with 'few.iinportations occurring. One oafgo of 418 tons of Chilian iiour arrive*} in tlie Isabel Guzman. In iiorse-feed tlire has been some speculation, but prices are unchanged, Large sbipmenls of oats have came in during the week. Rice is firm, ttnd likely to advance. Liquors.—Since the receipt of the mail all kinds of spirits liave been firmly held, JJrimiJy lias been sold at an advance, and Scotch whiskey hiis been inquired for, nt first rates. The wine trade has been dull, but an im provement is looked for, as stooks iu the interior are low, Jij b/jcrs, all is fir...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST COMMERCIAL NEWS. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST COMMEnCLVlTlJEWS™' Advertiser Office, Wertnesdav Evptii-i<» Gold is quoted at £3 15s, 3d, per oz, Mr. Banuerman. of the. Bank Gold Office reports:— " Gold remains steady nt"£') 10s. 3d. per ounce. We Jiave purchased much more largely this week tlinn for some time past. A speculative demand is reported as existing ill Melbourne, consequent upon the auegCl\ priec of gold in London, As the price here-'is. now at the highest figure at which the exporter can save him self from loss any further advance cjtuscd by the ill ponsidered operations of spec/ilators in the gold market must result in the rise of rates of exchange, a consuniation which at the present state of the foreign tr/ide'of the country does not warrant. We have just purchased ti nugget weighing 20 ozs, 1-1 d>yts., faken to-day out of Ironbark Gully, We have lately lipd seyprii) smaller ones from the same loenlity which appein-a in inany places to worth the attention of the ind...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

BIRTH. On the 1st February, Mrs. C. Brown, Back Creek, Commissioners' Flat, Bendigo, of a daughter.

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SANDHURST COUNTY COURT. Tuesday, 5th February. (Before J. G. Forbes, Esq., Chairman, and two Assessors.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

SANDHURST COUNTY-COURT. Tuesday, Otl) Februury. (Before J. G. Forbes, Esq., Chairman, ami two Asses sors.) ■ A man named Wnll, but who refused to give his Christian name, was commuted for contempt of Court, for interrupting his Honor and the learned counsel. Weuslop v. Way 11 or. Verdict for plaintiff. Shuui v. Harvey, .£7 lis., balance of an account. Ver dict for the plaintiff. Steen and Auother v. M'Cormack. Struck out. Hill v. Haycott. Struck out. Hill v. Moyle, £9 lis. Od. for medical attendance. Verdict for plaintiff. Hill v. T. Moyle, £3 3s. for medical attendance. Ver dict for the plaintiff. Hill v. West, £Z 2s. for surgical attendance. Verdict for plaintiff. Dalton and Another v. Green. Summons not served/ Cook and Another v. Cox. Settled out of Court. Darstall and Another v. Muschamp. Struck out. liars tall and Another v. Muschamp. Struck out. Smith v. Cooper. Struck out. Merry v. Abell. Struck out. Cutten and Millett v. Voushce, for legal attendance. Verdict for plaintiffs...

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THE RUSH AT TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 7 February 1856

THE RUSH AT TARADALE, We beg leave to call especial attention to the report of a meeting held at Castlemaine with regard to the working of land at Taradale. The proceed- ings cannot fail to be read with attention by all those who take any interest in the question of the claims of the miners to work upon reserved lands. It is gratifying, in this case, that the dispute be- tween the miners and the authorities was brought to an amicable termination. Much credit is due to the local authorities for the moderation they exhibited on the occasion, and the conciliatory manner in which they conducted the negotiations between themselves and the miners.

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

UTANTED by a gentleman who lias had considerable VV colonial expeiience, a situation as Manager of a slieep or cattle station. The advertiser has bad much experience iu the breeding of horses. Address C. B., oflice of this paper. 289o "TYTANTED, Quarrymen and Stone Breakers, on anp W after 6th instant, on the various works from Essendon to Malmsbury. Bruce and Le Page, con tractors. Apply on the works 258fel>9 EAGLE HAWK TOWNSHIP. WANTED, a Boy to assist in selling Newspapers and attending an office. Wages—£l per week, and Board and Lodging. WANTED a situation as law, engrossing, or copying clerk: has two years' clinracter from last em ployer. Address C. A. Harlow, Star Store, Bendisro. 12fc9 TT7"ANTED Runners for the llctuliyo Advertiser. W Apply at O'Dwyer's Store, Epsom. John F, O'Dwver, Agent. 402lel>7 TT7"ANTED a Young Man for a store, who would . VV makn himself useful. H; W. Hamilton, Peg-leg Gully. 17'eb9 . WANTED % n young man, a Steady Mute, to work at Epsom or elspw...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. ballaarat. (From the Argus Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. ballaarat. (From the Argus Correspondent*) -The .payment of members is'for the .present the chief topic of political. debate. On Monday even ing lost the subject was discussed by; the members of the Ballaarat_ Discussion Society. That legisla tive representatives, ought to be remunerated'for their services was ■ generally acknowledged, bilt whether from the general revenue or: by subscrip tion some difference of opinion existed. However, the^juestioiL was well ventilated, and-a committee formed for the -purpose of collecting-subscriptions to defray the expenses of the Ballaarat .M.L.C.'s. All appeared to appreciate the exertions both of Mr. 'Lalor arid Mr. ,IIumfi'rfiy, and manifested a desire to raise a fund sufficient to insure a continu ance of their services; and did the people gene rally display a similar zealin the cause, our members would have no occasions to regret the sacrifices they have made to benefit the district. That to insure a Legislature remark...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

FRIDAY, Tiir. Iotii FEBRUARY,'lOoC. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To Farmers, Cn[ii tali.sts, nnd Others. LMACPIIERSOX nnd CO. havo received instruc I tiona from Frederick Linton, Esq., to dispose of by pnblio miction, 611Friday, the 10th February, at their rooms, »t 12 o'clock, That beautiful Freehold Property known as Happy Jack's, situated oil the delightful banks of 'Bullock Creek, Locktvood, With 5 acres of Land. Together.with , ,, . 4-ropmed Cottage, shingled nnd plastcroi). with Vegetable Gardon,.detached Kitchen, Stock yards, ont-lionscs, &c., &c. The above property is unexceptionable, as it has nil lteen manured, and, for market gardening purposes, is unsurpassed. Happy Jack's is too well known to need further de scription. Fur positive Sale. For further particular* apply to tlte' Auctioneers. • 392febl4 ~ THIS DAY. Jones's Horsa Repository, Pall Mall. S JONES . will . sell by auction, this day,— « Draught, hack, and light harness horses. "Sale at lialf-paat e...

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