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BUNINYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 12 February 1856

BUNINYONG. The Chalk and Hard Hills, Buninyong, are now in the ascendant. The varying Panorama which a fresh rush presents is strongly marked in these places, and the usual accompaniments of grog shanties, bowling allies, smithies, butcher's, drapery and provision stores, are here developed in all their glory. The rapidity with which a gold-field changes its aspect is truly marvelous— a wilderness to-day, a city to-morrow. The effects of division of labor is beautifully exemplified.   Every man pursuing a separate department, and all conducing to perfect the grand object of civi- lization.— When stationed on the chalk hills, as far as the eye can reach seems auriferous, as the ground is turned up in all directions. In one part the upturned ground is white,again yellow, then reddish, and sometimes the whole colors in- extricably commingled. The place resembles the Alma, Avoca, or Daisy Hill, more than any other diggings which have yet been discovered in the Ballaarat dis...

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SYDNEY. 2nd February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

SYDNEY. 2nd February, I80G. More rain. Never was there such a summer m the Australias as we have been bothered with this year. In this country, where summer droughts are considered as quite regular, and a few stray showers as a relief, people have become accustomed to say of every shower, that it will do good. But we have had, and are having, rather too much of it. It has cortainly had the effect of making the feed abundant, but beyond this its eftect has been rather injurious than otherwise. The Legislative Council has been again pro rogued by proclamation, from the 12tli instant to the 11th March. It is not, of course, intended that this body shall again meet. Nothing is intended to be done by the new Ex ecutive Council but to sanction such measures and arrangements as may be indispensably necessary for the carrying on of the business of tho Govern ment. All other matters are to stand over for the responsible Ministry.

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Akimatkd Vuar.TADr.r..—We saw on Monday Inst, n largo grass-hopper, which liail for wings a couple of gum leaves. In nil other respects the insect wns perfect, nnd apparently Btrong nnd healthy. We believe that insects nre not nnfreqiiently found here, presenting, as in this instance, a connecting link between tbe animal' nnd vegetable worlds. Uniox Co.nckiit Hiu.—The -walls of this hall have lately been undergoing a metamorphosis tinder the skilful brush of Mr. Solomon, nu artist long resident here. The scenes on the end of the hall and on the walls, the for mer the Royal Arms, &c., aud the latter, incidents from Sebnstopol, although as yet incomplete, show a masterly touch, aud speak well for what they will be when finished. Shamrock Concert Hall.—Miss Octavia Hamilton, the lndy who hns for some time been drawing such crowded audiences at the Shamrock Hotel, prior to leav ing here for Melbourne on a visit, has nturned amongst us. The new hall at this pl...

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THE ARMIES ON THE TCIIERNAYA.-I (From the Times Corespondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

THE ARMIES ON THE TCIIERNAYA. -I (From the Times Corespondent.) (Jamp ov the Allied Armies on the Tchhr naya, Oct. 22.—The augurs who predicted the Rus sian attack -warned us of the days from the 15th to the 20tli of this month. These are now passed, and some days more, without bringing any Russians, so the apprehensions of an attack are growing fain ter every day. But, as if we could never keep out .of extremes, tlie old story of the Russians retiring from the Crimea has been again revived. Tho foundation of it lies in the report of the deserter*, that several Russian divisions have gone north ward, where none of them could tell ; whether merely to watch Eupatoria or to guard Perekop or Nicliolaieft". The preparations for our winter cantonment, have at present absorbed all other ideas. All tha final arrangements as to the disposition of th» troops are made. THREATENED RUPTURE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND .SPAIN. The Madrid correspondent of the Times, writing on the 3rd inst., says :—" There...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

EUllOi JfeAN NEWS. We tliis day present f^jlier particulars of thr important victory gnined by Omar Pasha, nt the1 passage of the Ingour, The Observer of the JBtli' remarks:— Omar Paslia has achieved a sue'dews nt the outset, of liis campaign in Asia winch will' doubtless bcr followed hv important consequences" in^tlmt now most interesting theatre of the war, ond* >yjhltK -ii - worthy of his fame as a general, anil of the glory ho gained l>y his brilliant campaign on tlifci liiib of tlie Danube. The following are the various telegraphic des pat<'hes veirttive to the combat:— GREAT VICTQ.RY GAINED BY THE TURKS. DESPATCH FROM LORD STRATFORD DK ' HEJ3CLIFFK. Foreign Office, Nov. 16. Lord Clarendon presents liis compliments to tho Editor of the Observer, and begs to enclose him r copy of a telegraphic message received this day from Viscount Stratford de Redcliflfe ;— Copy of a telegraphic despatch front Viscount Stratford de Redclitte to the Karl of Clarendon, dated " T...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser^ Sir,—In the early part of this day, I sent to the Post Office a written order, by my own son, for a re gistered letter to my address, and the delivery of it wag there refused. At a later period I found, on personal application, that, this letter has been opened ; and the only explanation of this extraordinary proceeding is that the clerk opened it for some person assuming my name. In the face of this, you will greatly oblige me by saying what guarantee there appears to be for my further correspondence being undisturbed, and letting the public bo made aware of the risk they incur of si milar intrusion, I am, Sir, i ours, &c., WM, TYSON.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, 11th February. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

,r COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, 11th FebvuAiy. (Before the StirieiicUwiy Mngistrnte.) firt'ysK and Disoniten'tr.—Hans Deustein, Patrick Keogh,' And SaniiYel bixvi.f were euch lined 40s. or three days' ini^yisoViYiYent, rind Henry Carson 5s. • Absai/lt.—Jean Grange w'as charged by Lawrent Fhippo with this ollenco. It appeared that the complainant was cook to tho de fendant, and was told by him to bargain with a man for noma vegetables, when lie refused to do so, mid the de fendant threatened if he did not do as he told him not to pay him, when he replied he would kick hiiu, and ordered him to leave the kitchen. A scuffle ensued, and tlio defendant took up a tomahawk, which was taken fropi him : after this the cmnplniiiaut threw the defen dant several times on the ground and struck liira whilst there. The defendant struck him with a stone, and sub sequently when he was sitting with his back turned to hiiu washing the wound, inflicted a blow with a toma hawk which he snatched up fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

BPSOM AGENCY.—Copies of tbig Paper can be had at O'Dwyer's Store,.iipsoui.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.") Tuesday, J2tH February, 185G. NOTICES.; [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.") Tuesday, J2tH February, 185G. NOTICES. ; Mr. Longden gave notice of his intention to movo a resolution affirming that the fee of X2, now ex acted from the miner previous to any complaint of his being redressed by the Local Court, should be no longer demanded. Mr. Longden gave notice of his intention to move for returns of the land sales and surveys at the Avoca. Mr. Mollison gave notice of his intention of mo ving that the report of the visitors of the Yarru Bend Lunatic Asylum be taken into consideration with the estimate referring to that institution. Mr. Fawkner gave notice of his intention to move for a return of the cost of metalling the street called Church-street, at Richmond, and of the names of the inhabitants who had petitioned for the execution of the work. The lion, gentleman also gave notice of his intention to ask the Chief Secretary what course, in the event of a war be tween America and Kngland, had the Government of...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1856. THE MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

-THB BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PnOQItESSION, OUK ItlQUTS, AND OUIl ItliSOUUCUS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1050. THE MUNICIPALITY. We look upon our municipality as a Local Parlia ment, which is to look over our local affairs, to superintend our improvements, and to promote our local interests. The duties of the members of that municipality are defined in the Act of Parli ament which callcd it into existence. Its powers and duties extraneous to the Act of incorporation are laid down in the " Management of Towns Act." The duties laid down by law for them to perform we suppose they are prepared to execute. If not, the sooner they tell us so the better, for then we shall know what we have to expect. We will not do them the injustice to allow any one but them selves to interpret their intentions. They belong to uo party. They represent no clique. They are not, we firmly believe, the tool or mouth-piece of any cabal. They have, from their property, their local position, their settled station on the...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) February 11th, 1056. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUU OWN CORRESPONDENT.} February 11th, 1056. The question of establishing municipalities in the suburban villages of Melbourne, is still doubt ful, the people being much divided on the matter. The Act is so slovenly drawn, that it is in the power of a small minority to frustrate the views of the majority in the preliminary proceedings. A meeting has been held at Windsor, which is within the municipal district of Prahran, to take the subject into consideration, and there also the parties were divided in opinion. An amendment in favor of the municipality being postponed for twelve months, was carried by sixteen to ten, so that there were not more than twenty-six persons present at the meeting. The fact is that the re spectable people have given up the affair in dis gust, knowing the "No Taxation" party can carry everything by clamor. A project has been promulgated in Richmond that the railway from Melbourne to St. Kilda should pass " via Richmond and P rah ran." With ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUIl MIXING RErOUTIiR.1 On Monday last the miners at .Epsom assembled to devise the "best means of bailing the ground in which holes had been filled by the tlood. A de putation was formed to wait on Mr. Barnard, to ask his advice on the subject, and the meeting was adjourned till two o'clock. At that hour Mr. Barnard was present, and the following resolutions were passed :— . " 1. In the opinion of this meeting it is desir able that all holes sunk oil the banks of the creek, that endanger tlifi working of Epsom flat, be filled in, and that the parties owning the claims be al iened to sink fresh shafts, at such a distance from the creek as the Warden may think safe. "2. It is necessary that all parties holding claims on the Epsom ilat, that are at present flood ed, should common'e bailing to-morrow, (Tues day ^ morning at nine o'clock, and continue to bail during reasonable working hours, till the claims are dry ; and all parties not complying with this res...

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MR. COLEMAN'S NEW THEATRE, MARKET-SQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

MR. COLEMAN'S NEW THEATRE, MARKET-SQUARE. Bendigo is known to l>o a rich gold-field, which gives employment to a large population, engaged in.mining operations with various success. Its weekly yield of gold demonstrates its wealth and importance. Sandhurst, now a municipality, a thriving and prosperous town, has reared its head, with marvellous celerity, among the white tents of the miners, who have encamped upon this field, of industry to enrich themselves and all those around them. People at a distance can easily imagine that we have large stores, and enter prising traders amongst us, they can believe that we have spacious ami convenient hotels, but that we should have a Theatre is among the improba bilities. Nevertheless, in a week or two, it will be an accomplished fact that there is a Theatre at Sandhurst. We say we shall have a Theatre at | Sandhurst. Nut a Theatre in name only, but a Theatre in reality. A theatre superior to any thing of the kind in the colony previous to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

POST-OFFICE, sandhurst. List of unclaimed letters for the MONTH OF JANUAltY, 185c. A Agnew, Alex Anderson, H Anderson, Rt Rover Aitkin, John Alexander, Alex Anderson, Dr Jaa B Byrne, b Burnam, John Buttler, William Burns, W L Butcher, Hy Burns, Misa E Bronn, Ja« & Brown, Andrei* Brawn, J W Bradford, Mra Bryent, Saml Brooker, Wm Brodrick, u Bruce, J A Bruoker,. Ellis Brion, wm. Briggg, Gtao Bsuce, Neil S Bridgman, John Bronnan, Felix 2 Bayce, Mr 2 Armstrong, Wm Addison, Adam Alger, Hy Anderson, F A Absalom, wm Arnold, ltd Baldwin, John Balackey, John Banks Brothers and Co Barrow, TI109 Baker, J P Baker, Arthur | Baker, John . Bellemin, Albert Bewley, Hy 2 j Benny, W '& J Berry, J Bell, Frank i Benist, Julin ' Bird, ft T Bird, G r Boundv, John I Bowden, John t Bowen, jas E , Burgess, \V ' Bukmcnts, Job a Button, Wm c Corcoran, Hy Collins, Thos Corner, Fred Curran, John A H 3 Cullen, W L Cuttings, J S Cullen, Ed Cunningham, Dan Gierke, Cling Clark, G A Chalk, J I' Clano...

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MARYBOROUGH. 4th February 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

MARYBOROUGH. 4th February lO.iG. . Decukasi: or Ciii.mb.—At t-lie Court of General Sessions held at Carisbrook last week, not a single criminal case appeared on the list, and there were but very few County Court cases. The business at the Court of Potty Sessions, held also at Caaisbrook, lias been almost nil during the •present week. Axotheii Nroairr.—A splendid nugget, weigh ing -HO A ounces, was found at Bum Creek dig gings, live feet from the surface, hy John Randies and his mate, George Boyce, on Friday the 2oth ult. After depositing their prize iu tlie hands of the Gold Receiver, Maryborough Camp, for trans mission to town, the lucky pair were observed to leave tho Hull and Mouth per Foster's coach ; bo you see our nugget discoveries should be a.s inter esting to the Melbournites as to ourselves. Maryborough is now all but deserted ; the false rush got \ip by an iutesrested restaurant Keeper having exploded. Ehe silence of death reigns in its streets. Daisy Ilill is still the f...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 12th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday. 12th February, 1830. Present—The Chairman; Messrs. Jones, Sim ons, and Sullivan. The minutes of the meeting held on the 5th instant, nnd of the adjourned meeting held on the 7th instant, were read and confirmed. The Clerk read a letter addressed by him to Mr. Pitman, acquainting liim of his appointment as solicitor to the Council ; and two others addressed by him to the Chief Secretary—the first on the subject of the naming of the municipality and the motto for the seal of the Council; and another on the subject of the exemption of the members of the Council and tie Clerk from serving on juries ; and one from the Local Government Surveyor, in timating that, should the Council require maps of the district, he would make arrangements for com plying with their wishes ; also, letters from Mr. Pitman, intimating his acceptance of the office of solicitor to the municipality ; from Mr. .lamieson, tendering to make an assessment of the district for one-fourth per...

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

TASMANIA. We have the journals from nouarc lown u> uic 2ml, and Launceston to the 4th inst. In the Legislative Council, on the 30tli ult., the Colonial Secretary stated, in reply to a question from Mr. Butler, that his Excellency the Gover nor had granted eighteen months' leave of absence to Dr. Ilumpton, Comptroller General of Convicts. The journals contained a lengthened report of the Convict Department Committee, submitted by their chairman, Mr. Gregson. It appears that the brief document which has been submitted to the Council as tho report of the committee was hurriedly writ ten by Mr. Anstey, in the absence of the chairman. The Tasmanian JJaily News urges the reference of Mr. Gregson's report to the committee in order that it may be adopted. Tin: Death of Wii.t.iam Buckley.—We have to record the death of the celebrated William Buckley, who arrived in the neighboring colony of Port Phillip in II.M.S. Calcutta, on the first oc cupation of that province as a penal settlement, ...

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BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

BALLAARAT. The most remarkable mining feature of late has been the bottoming of several shafts on Eureka (the northern end) which, though till of late highly prized, turned out at length to be well nigh value less. It wiis imagined at one time that this lead would have run down in the Flat, then that it would hug Specimen Hill closely ; but as matters now stand, the opinion is gaining ground that there is a great probability- of its reerossing the range, as from the breadth of shafts bottomed, there is no other outlet for it. On the other or lied Hill end of Eureka the claims are paying pretty fairly, but the water is very heavy, seriously retarding the operations, so that it is likely that more time than was imagined may yet be spent on this place. We have heard most contradictnry statements lately regarding the Gravel Pits Line, some assert ing tliat there is not the slightest improvement visible, while others, on whose testimony we can rely, inform lis that the yields are remarka...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

SHIPPING 1NTKLLIGEN C E. POUT Of Mkluouhnk. AltlUVF.I). February 11.—Queen of ihc South; American brig, Trom Rio lOtli Doi'omlinr; Wiiter laly, schooner, from Circular Head 10th inst., with one passenger: Hubert timl Betsy, schooner, from l'ort l.otiis. Mauritius, lltth DccenVbor ; Ant, s.s.s., lVom 1 lobart Town Uth instant, Vit'll live passengers; Anmraiuh, American sjiip, from 35u.ston, 1-1 th October. February 12.—Ftiitnrcftirn, s.s,s., from Maiiillu 30th November; Wonga Wouga, A, S. N. Co.'s s.s.s., from Sydney Otlj lust,, with forty-eight passengers, SAIJ.l'.l). February 10,—Kossuth, schooner, for Batavia j Ha vana, barque, for Adelaide. Febi't)nry J.1,—Telegraph, steamer, for Sydney t Funolla steamer for Launceston. February 13.—Itavilah, steamer, fur Adelaide Chris tian, brig, for Apollo Hay; Storm Bird, steumer, lor Port Albert, : pnoJBCTKD DiiPAnTunirs, Fob Loxdoj?.—M<?<1 way, SJOtli February; Roxburgh Castle, (jeoyge Marshall, 1st March: Viscount Can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 14 February 1856

Sandhurst Directory. AHBOTT'S(-lateof Birmingham) " Australian Hotel," \Vhite~ tiillB-road. An ordinary (it 6110 o'clock,' <l»ily. ' OnprflO DEL AIDE OBSERVER OKI'ICE.—Gold bongbt. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BfeNDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, V propriotor. BOARDING iind I)A? SCHOOL.—Mrs. Bircliall, / Mitehell-streot, Sandhurst, cottage above the resi danco of L. Maepherson, Esq, 520feb27 CO.. M'DONALD, Lemonado and Soda-water • • Manufacturer, Mcrae-Btrqet. Late C. and J. M'Donald. ' > COOPER & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall . Mall. marl Cl'OHN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, and Cordial j, Mann'actnrers, Bridge-street. 66Gmarll DR. .WALL, Bosqnefc and RagianStreets, White Hilla Hamlet, 7th White Hill. f1 W-. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge ^Proprietor, and AJT. ^hei^l.ComihiBsion'Agmlv'iiestthejPoitOfRcp,' TfOLLINOSWOKTH, Plumber. Glazier, and Paper AJL hunger. House and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer 'Manufac...

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