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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, February 8th. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

COUKT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Friday, February 8th. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Jolin Price was charged with a violent assault com mitted 011 James M'Night, oil Tuesday lust, at the Camp Hotel, Eagle Hawk Gully. It appeared that some dispute arose about a quartz claim, when prisoner, a strong young man, struck the defendant, a feeble old man, and cut his eye severely. The barman at tho Camp Hotel corroborated this evidence. A man named Brown was called by the Bench, who said that he heard the squabble, and heard words bau died between defendant and jirusecutor, when the former knocked the latter down. • Sergeant Byall gave defendant a very indifferent cha racter. Mr. Pitman, for the defence, argued come justification for the assault from the fact of words having passed, mid the epithet used by the prosecutor, as stated by Brown, (which we omit), and therefore trusted liis Worship would treat it lis a common assault. His Worship remarked that, but for the evidence of the last wit...

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COUNTY COURT. Thursday, 7th February. (Before J. G. Forbes, Esq., and Messrs. Or[?]ando Sidney and Crawford, Assessors.) BROWN v. CAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

COUNTY COURT. * •: Thursday, 7tb February. (Before J. G. Forbes, Esq., and Messrs. Orlando Sidney : and Crawford, Assessors.) . nnowK v. CAMPION. .'This wns n claim for work (loue. Mr. Aspinall objected that the contract must be pro duced. His Honor held the objection to be fatal. : The plaintiff was nonsuited. Mr. Harney here took the place of Mr. Orlando Sidney as Assessor, that gentleman having a case in the Court. QAYBn V. SIDNEY. •Mr. Vernon Fnrr acted as iuterpreter. Mr. T,vsnght appeared for the complainant, and Mr. Aspinall for the defence. ■ This wns a claim for wages, and liad previously bpen liear.in the Police Court. The whole question wns whe ther the plaintiff had been staying with the defendant ns a friend, ns the latter asserted, or lind been disclmrging the duties of a servant. The contradictory nature of the evidence was commented on by his Honor. The greater portion of the morning wns occupied by it, but we ab stain from giving a detailed report of it. from the re...

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

w ANTED by a gentleman who has bad considerable colonial expei ience, a situation as Manager of a Bheep or cattle station. The advertiser has had much experience iu the breeding of horses. Address C. B., oflice of tliia paper. 28S)rc WANTED, Qtiarrymen and niune lireakers, on anp after 6th instant, on the various works from Essendon to Malmsbury. Bruce and Le Page, con tractors. Apply on the works. 258feb9 WANTED a situation as law, engrossing, or copying clerk : has two years' character from last em ployer. Address C. A. Barlow, Star Store, Bendigo. 12fc9 TY7"ANTED a Yonng Man for a store, who wonld VV makn himself useful. H. W. Hamilton, Peg-leg Gully. 17 :'cti9 WANTED a Young Man that understands tailorinir, to attend a store in Pall Mall. Address J. Webb, tailor. lOt'ebl) WANTED Quarrymen, Stonebreakers, and Laborers for the various Works required on the Koad from Castlemaine to Sandhurst. Apply to the Overseers, at Camphell's Creek, Barker's Creek near Union Inn, Har court Toll...

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BENDIGO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

BENDIGO MARKETS. We haye pleasure in reporting an increased demand and consequent rise in prices of several articles of heavy stock, such us flour, bran, candles, &c., which in all probability will meet with a furthor advance from the anticipated rise in cartage. l'lour.—Adelaide, per ton, £-17 to £18; Chilian, JJ11. Oats.—Scotch, per busliej, 8s. Od. to, !)s. Bran.—-Is. Od. to 8s. per busliel. Barley.—10s. to 10s. (id. per bushel, liny.—Onteii, £14 to £10 per ton. ' \ llice.—Putiiiii i3-i to £!30 x>er ton,- ' Potatoes.—£28 per ton. Sugar.—Dark, £38 to £40-per ton ; light, £10 to £•12per ton. . • ■ : . Onions.—.628 to;£30 per ton.' ,■ Butter.—Corfc, Is. (id. to Is. 8d. pur lb. Cnndies.-^Sperin, 2a. per lb. . Ten.—^Congou, M7 10s. to .£8 per chest. < .l'iekleSjT-^Pints, lis.; quarts, lfls. per dozen, S. JONES, A»'U$ioi)oer, Auction Mart, Pall Mall,

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. : (from: our mixing reporter, j Owing to the severity of the weather during the last few days, I have not been enabled to get in to the diggings as usual, and cannot therefore give so full a report as I could wish. The flood of Thursday last has done considerable damage to the miners both in quartz and alluvial workings^ in very many instances. From Spring Gully down the liack Creek a large and impetuous stream burst over the usual banks of the creek, filled the holes and paddocks, and thus forming a new course, carried all before it. Above 100 mi ners in this place alone have lost their claims, and in some instances their tools, with little chance of resuming work for some time, the sinking varying from 14 to 25 feet, and too much worked to be meddled with now except in very dry weather. The same remarks will apply to the Bendigo Flat and the Ironbark, Long, California, Eaglewawk Gullies, &c. In many places the excavations made l>y cuttingt he ground...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET, This market still remains quiet nlthougli our stocks of heavy goods live rather limited. The Inst three days we have had heavy r#in. flooding the township, no doubt much to the injury of many stores situated in the neighborhood of tho Creek, aud keeping baolt ilrays, Floiir.—Quiet; Adelaide may be purchased at i.iO ; Chilliat), at £.43 per ton, Oats,—Continue in fair demand nt fls, to Os, Od. per bushel for Scotch, and 10s. for Colonial, Bran.—Sells randj)y nt -Is. lid, to 4s. Od. per bushel. Hay.—Oaten ; market bare, the late rain keeping out the ilrays; value about £14 per ton, Sugar,—Mauritius very scarce atul extreme rfifeg re quired, Cossjpore, £(10 per ton. Rice,—-Pntna, dujl of sale, worth £:)4 per ton. Pickles.—Pints, lis, Od.; quarts, llis. per dozen Caudjes,—rls, Od, per lb. , Jv, MAOTOERSON & po., Auctioneers, Pall Mall. February 8tli, 1850,

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

SANDHURST STOCK MARKET, During the week tlic demand for horses has boon goed many lots have been disposed of at our yards at, if any tiling, rather easier rates. We have ft prime little mob of light harness horses in good condition for To morrow (Saturday), which we anticipate will meat with ready sale. The following are our quotations t—• For ooinmon hacks, £ 10 to £20 ; good l»i)oks, and light harness horses, £20 to £05 ;,good'draught horses, to #;J5 to J;(i0 j )|PAvy, nominal* Tip carts £'2 J. , ; ■ L, MACPHIJRSON & CO., Auctioneers, Horse Bazaar, Pall Mall, Ss-ndltuirst, 8t]> JTebnjary, 1800/ Jones's Horso Repository, • ; , Bendigp, 8th February, 1850. Our market has bean . cpjiet thoijglj prioes renmin as last quoted. Six fine carriage horses will be oil'orod To morrow, among them a well known break homo named Tommy." The extraordinary full of rain during the ]ast few clays wi]l exercise due influence ou this market, though its extent can pcaraely be seen.' Rough...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne papers.) Wednesday, 6th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne papers.) Wednesday, (>tli February, 1G5G. The Speaker took the chair at ten minutes past three o'clock. COUHTIIOUSE AT DAYLESFORD. Mr. Pykc, seeing the Commissioner of Publie Works in his place, wished to ask him whether it was the intention of Government to erect n court house at Daylesford; ancl if so, whether any con tract had been accepted, and on what terms. The Commissioner of Public Works said that the building referred to, had been completed for some time. It was made in Melbourne, as it was found c heaper to have the materials prepared there than on the spot. LOCAL COURT RULES. Mr. Cameron gave notice that 011 Friday lie should ask the Chief Secretary the reason why certain rules of the Local Court at Becchworth hadjjbeen disallowed, us it was alleged in conse quence of their phraseology. The Chief Secretary said that, the words "jump ing" and "shepherding" occurred in theso rules, and the use of expressions so vague wis likely to...

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

EPSOM AGENCY.—Copies ol' this Paper cnii be lnul at O'Dwyei-'s Store, Epsom.

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MELBOURNE. (from OUIi, own couresl'onijent.) Gtli February 1850. I [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

MELBOURNE. (from OUIi, own couresl'onijent.) Gtli February 1850. I A person new to the colony, who, on his arrival, rends the proceedings of the Legislative Council, must be impressed with the opinion that, if we nre not an exceedingly moral people, we make great pretensions to being so. At till events, he must be satisfied that tlie Legislature is of opinion that men can bo made religious anil sober by Act of Parlia ment. Sobriety, in a moral arid social aspect, is a iriost valuable virtue, j ust as its opposite, .IrunkennesB, is a most lamentable vice, equally injurious to tlie health of the body arid the soul. It in nevertheless only one of tlie deadly sins, and so odious in its outward inanifcatjitioiis, and so repulsive to social intercourse, that it might be believed it would carry its own corrective, as assuredly it carries with it its own punishment. The remedy which was adopted in the Lacedemonian state was to make the nlaves drunk, and in that condition expose them to the ...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1856. THE SANDHURST MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

THE BEHDI30 WERTISEB. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUtt RESOURCES. Saturday, February o, issg. the sandhurst municipality, It is not that we do not appreciate the impor tance of having a municipality established in our town, the great beneiits it is calculated to confer upon tlje community, or the responsible duties which the members have to perform, that we havo not drawn attention sooner to the proceedings of that body. It was not through neglect of the public interests, or want of vigilance of what was done, or omitted to be done, that we have so long abstained from affording to the respectable body of gent'emen who compel it, commendation for the ?eal, energy,, skill, and ability with which tljey liad entered on their duties, had such been the case; or, on the other hand, of tendering our ad vice, and stimulating into activity the powers with which they are invested for the public good, should it appear they wove unmindful of the trust re posed in them, or slothful in the discha...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POIiT .OF MKLUOURNK. .. AIlMVED# • - Fob. 0.—Lmly fiird. s.s.s.,. from Launecstori, . Otli instant, with thirteen cabin and eight steeriige passen gers—Champion, s.s.s., from Portland, vju Portland mid Wamambool, 0th inntmit, with . six cabin . and fifteen . Steerage passengers—Foijella, -s.s.s., jrpni-Launccston, 0th instant, with five cabin and .fourteen steerage yas gengers. Eiitr.D, ' Feb; fl.-—Gil Bias, brig, for Otago—Queen, steamer, f jr Wnrnambool, Feb, ■ 7.—Boomerang, schooner, for Gniidicn Bay— Louis:!, mid Mariquitii, schooners, for Wnrnainlmol— Iuderiinity, ship, for Loudon—Elizabeth, schooner, for Sydney, PROJECTED departures, Fon London-..—Stebonhcath, l:ith February j Invin cible, 12th February; iWcdway, !il)tl> February; Hox liurgli Castle, George Marshall, 1st S(nrcl): Viscount Cnni}ii)g, ijlst March; New Gre^i Jfiitaiij, Collier, stea mer, early. • Fon Liverpool.—•Sultana, 10th Feb.; Eagle, 21st February ; Ocean Chief, 2oth February. ■ -Eo...

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

;:"V' /,*!;• ."SaiKrdlinyst ••Directory.. A BBOTt'.'Sj'liifebf Birminjjliftin) "Australia^ Hotel," : •X*.i.r'Wlrito idiiis'-rouJ. An 'afrlimiry iit .oqe o'clock, daily.: • G'iprSO A 'DECAIDE OUSEItVKli OFFICE.—Gold bought. .icX' ^Amalgamated Gold Smelted. ®ENI)iGO HOTEL, jBridgb-streetVJo^n .ilafney, ''proprietor. ... . BOAKDING 1111(1 DAT! SOHOOL^M^/Birciiuli, ! 's.;MitcHeU-streot, Sandhurst, cottage'aboye'tlie 'resS deiice of L. Macplierson, Esij. ; 5i0i'<il>27 C1 G.' ' M'DONA LD, Lemonade atwl ; Sqda-wdtf'r * , Manufacturer, Mcrae-street. Late C. and J. M'Donald. COOVER & BO'BATHAN, Military, Tdilcira,' Piill Mall. marl e QHN .BROTHERS,Cider, Syrup, amr^Gorllial Manufacturers, Bridge-street. ■ 66Gr!mrn in:'-1 Wall;' Bosquet-and RajjlanStreets,.' Whtte 9 Hills Hamlet, 7 th White Hill. \V. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor,',, and ■ 'General Commission Agent, next the Post0(lice. H yOLLINGSWORTH,: Plumber, Glazier, and Paper ;banger, Houso and Sign Painter, Mark...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

gAKDIlUnsT. WHOLESALE PRTOES CURRENT. 4Jvcrtise)' Qftioo, Friday Evening. Tlift.prie.ee of lieavy goods are advanced and the mnr let Is looking up. Flour, eandles, mul Cossipore sugar liave each advanced on last quotations, Sinoa Tuesday tlie last mentioned article lins advanced £(i to .£10 per (on, and may be considered salenbln at a shade above our quotation, Candles aye steadily advancing, Flour 1 j-p/pains tlie more steady, and at our quotation may br moral nfT easily. Caijingo }s expected to go up at once . {n consequence of tlio lute rains. Tlicroails impassable jnid ft pretty brisk demmul for iierse teams in Melbourne ■ will tend to mn carriage up to p. Jiitfh figure, Holder of larpre stocks are to-dnv unwilling to part them evci nt nn advance of our rates, nor is it ljjcely a change wril' take place until vre hear the rates from 'Melbourne am1 tlie state of tlifl roads. Our quotations for tlio principle articles are as follow:— Flour, Adelaide.—Tlie market is well stocked an...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAB. Advurlisur Office, ffiulay Evening. Gold remain steady at Jt-1 10s, 3d. per oz. Tlie rains on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will, it is feared, cause considerable damage to tlie.miues. The deep sunken holes at Bpsoiji, ninny of them, wc are in formed, are unworkable tlirpijgl) the quantity of water in them. Some of them that had the mouth of the ex cavation protected by mounds of earth raised are un- | injured save a foot or two of water on the bottom. There is at present an unsteady aspect in the gold mar ket, and buyers in the Riiijies should he cautious, as in all probability as soon us the feyer of uncertainty, which at present rages with brokers and banks }n Melbourne subsides, a reduation nmy^be ljmile on the present quo tation, aud as suddenly as when it was advanced. It is said that the assays made here by Mr. Capenterand sent to Melbourne by the Bank of Victoria for test have turned out favourably for that gentleman. Mr. B...

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THE STORM AND THE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

THE STORM AND THE FLOOD. There lias not been, in the memory of our oldest residents in the colony, a summer in which there has been more rain than in the present, The ! change up to the rain storm of yesterday and. the day before, would have been regarded previous to the discovery of the Goldfields, an improve ment on the ordinary phenomena of the Austra lian climate, in promoting the growth of herbage for pastoral purposes, and in assisting the opera tions of husbandry in all its branches. It docs not appear that to the present time, the cereal crops have suffered injury throughout the coun try, and from our personal observation of the state I of maturity to which those in the neighbor hood of Bendigo had arrived nearly a fortnight ago, ordinary industry and foresight in gathering them in, and stacking them in the farmer's hag gards must liave secured them against any evil effects even from the severe storm we have just witnessed. The horticultural productions of the colony were ne...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. RUSSIAN NEWS FROM KARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 9 February 1856

EUROPEAN NEWS. RUSSIAN NEWS FROM KARS. General Mouravieff reports from near Kars, un- der date of October 13, that in consequence of the very severe blockade at Kars, desertions from the garrison have re-commenced. The Lazes (he states) desert with their chiefs in considerable numbers. More than 100 of them, together with some stan- dards, have been taken. The inhabitants of Kars experienes a great dearth of provisions. The Tur- kish troops are on half rations of bread and meat, and the cholera is acquiring great intensity in the city. In terminating his report, the Russian General adds that convalescents from the 6500 Russians acknowledged to have been placed hors de combat, are daily returning to the ranks, so that the effec- tive force of the regiments is gradually increasing. Amongst the most dangerously wounded, Lieut. General Prince Gagarine, Major-General Brone- sky, and Colonel Serebriakoff (commander of Mingrelian Chasseurs), give good hopes of reco- very. PRUSSIA. Berlin, ...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 February 1856

MISCELLANEOUS NKWH. Sampt.v. of Wheat.—Yesterday we I mil the pleasure of examining a sample of wheat grown by Air. Jolm Williamson, of tlie liald Hills, on the Sydney-road, twonty-two miles from Melbourne. It is a sample of about one hundred acres, of the b'xbridge variety, which he 1ms cultivated for the Inst ten years. The season 1ms been trying, and about five bushels per acre have been lost by the hot winds; but lie exports that he will thresh out about thirty-live bushels. The grain is the iinest we have ever seen ; and Mr. Williamson mentions that it is superior to the produce of the prize wheat of South Australia, grown on the same farm. Tile wheat has not yet beemveighed, but good judges estimate it at 07 to tiy lbs. per bushel. Mr. Williamson intends to keep it all for seed. Being on new land it is perfectly clean. We would advice intending growers to muke curlv application to Air. Williamson. Forgf.iiy.—A warrant has been granted by the Mel bourne Bench for the apprehensi...

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CASTLEMAINE. (From the Mount Alexander Mail.) THE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 February 1856

CASTLEMAINE. (From the Mount Alexander Mail,) TIIK FLOOD. For several days past this neighborhood lias been visited with heavy rains, which yesterday increased so much as to create an overflow of the creeks, pausing great destruction of property, and placing the lives of many persons in imminent jeopardy. Up to six o'clock no danger was apprehended, but soon after tkat hour Forest Creek suddenly rose, and at seven the road in Forest-street was com pletely submerged, the water extending to the foot-path, and being more than u foot deep, and rushing along like a mill race. So sudden was the rise of the creek that it co vered the ground on the left bank before the people residing in a cluster of tents there had any idea of the danger to which they were about being subjec ted. A high hill lay behind them, but as that could be reached only by traversing some old dig gings, it would have been almost certain death to any who made an attempt to reach the higher J ground. There was therefore...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, February 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 February 1856

LOCAL COURT. Saturday, February Qth. Present: — the Chairman, Messrs. Knight, O'Conor, Clissold. Rawlings, and Elisor. The Clerk rend the minutes of the last meeting, which were confirmed. William Currier applied for a lease of 22 feet of the American reef, between California and Long Gullies, On the motion of Mr. 0'Conor, seconded by Mr. Clissold, the application was granted. ■ Ferjeon, applied for 40 yards of tlic New Chum reef, next to the claim of Messrs. Gibhsnnd Lazarus. Thirty-three yards were granted, Mr. Ensor yielding the applicant a lease of seven yards of his adjoining the claim of Messrs. Gibbs and Lazarus, according to private arrangement.' The Clerk read a letter received from Mr. Pan ton. stating that he was requested by the Chief Secretary to ascertain from the Chairman of the Court, the reasons of the Court for advocating the ' abrogation of the Miners' Right, and accordingly asking for those reasons, to which the Clerk read the following reply, which, on the motio...

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