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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

- merchandise. '' BUILDING MATERIALS. )N'SALE, AT GRIPE'S TIMBER YARD, " BULL STREET: 300,000 - feet 1 in. American tongued and " ' V grooved boards '100,000 feet lj do. do, do. do. _ 250,000 feet 1 in. do. clear pine 300,000 feet 1J, 1J, and 2 in, do. £20,000 feet Scotch flooring boards, Cxi 1-5} 10,000 feet roofing battens 80,000 feet deal quartering / v • 100,000 feet weather-boards 150,000 feet lining boards . 2,000 Baltic red deals, 7, 8, and 9, s 3 solid , : cuts 40,000 feet i, 3, 1 in., 1£, 1J, and 2 in. cedar ~*'j 500 doors, single and double moulded,jail ' sizes •' ' ' • V80 pairs sashes, glazed, all sizes 1 ai,000; feet mouldings, various patterns ' 3,000 feot architraves ■-%" ' '10,<100 feet skirting boards '••• GedW'i'nrncd Work, consisting"of— j Table legs ,;"Whsh8tand do. • ."Sofft rails Also, Wh'eelbarrowa Jron .buckets Boring bits ^ .sledge hammers ; Noils * • . ■ Bolts v- : Locks •I" Smith'scoafo' ] Do. yyces " • L Bar iron, bestB BH crown. '244c ;VTOW LA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

WANTED, a man who outt drive a horse well iiiu make himself useful about a store. Apply at the Victoria Library, 'Williamson-street. 25teb21 BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. (Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1835.) Sandhurst Branch. DRAFTS, at current rates, grunted on the head olfice in London, available in any part of Eng land, Ireland, and Scotland. On its Branches in this colony, viz.:—Melbourne, Williaraatown, Geolong-, Belfast, Wartuambool, Port land, Biillurat, nnd Castlemaine. On Sydney, Maitland, Ipswich, and Newcastle, New South YVftlM. Oa Hobart Town and Lnunceaton, V. D. Land; and Oa Adelaide, South Australia. Gold Pduchased. JOHN HABKEH, Pro Manager. B*nko Australasia, Pall Mall, Sandhurst, May SI, 1855. 105 c English, scottish, and austkaljlan CHARTERED BANK. Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1852. Capital Paid up, £500,000. With power to increase to One Million. MELBOURNE BRANCH. . Discounts Until farther notice the Melbourne Branch of this Bank will Discount approved Mercantile Bills...

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SYDNEY. (From the Correspondent of the Argus.) 13th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

SYDNEY. /From the Correspondent of the Aram,) 13th February, 1856. I have nothing fresh to communicate in reference to electioneering affairs, although they are going on very briskly. As I have already stated, the de cision of the Revision Courts disfranching the ma jority of those who claimed to vote for their salaries has strengthened the position of the Coalition, and weakened that of Mr. Plunkett; but the latter is etill pretty sure of Jug election, and Mr. Wilshire is the one who, of the coalesced four, is most likely to make way for him. The Constitution Act turns out upon close ex amination to be a strange piece of hodge-podge. There are no tanf»ihle " provisions for the creation of" responsibility, although this was the main ob ject of the measure. There are no clearly under standable enactments as to the retirement of offi cers and the allowances of pensions. There is nothing to prevent the Governor-General, if ho thought fit, from going 011 with his peesent make shift Exec...

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SELECT POETRY. PRAISE OF WATER. (L'ELOOE DE L'EAU.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

SELECT POETRY. l'RAISE OF WATElt. 1 (L'ELOOlv un i/e.au.V. Armaud Goniic—boni' 1773,- died lSifi. - At last, at la.-.t it laius, The vine w hich was niliirut Its streugtU oucc more regaius, By heavenly bounty uiuwxl. 80 let your glasses clink .To water—gift divine: 'Tis water makes us drink Good wine. Through water, friends, 'lis line The deluge once we had; ' But, thanks to Heaven, there grew . The good besides the bad. Our grave historians tlrint The flopd-produeod the vine 'Tis water makes ns driuk - .Oood yine. . How grout is my delight, .. _.;,«• When, with their precious stare, The vcssetsMeiu sight, Before my very door j And on fcl?o river's Uriti L(uul juice from evevy vine: 'Tis water makes lis drink Good wine. In weather fine anil dry The miller drinks bis fill Of water, with a sigh ;— His mill is standing stU). \Vheu water flows, I think, No longer he'll repine; 'Tis water makes him drinli Goad wine, /\nr)>hCT instance, yet, Gcod comrades .t-uau , See into yC.ii guingu...

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THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

■THE UNITED STATES. Via Sydney we havo papers to the 20th No vember. , . . ^ The New York Herald of that date has the fol- \ lowing telegraphic despatch from Washington :— j " The trouble with England is not settled. It is thought the Administration is a little ill doubt about its own position. It is given out that the ! Pacific brought assurances that the increase of the British West India fleet has nothing to do with j the Central American question ; this was merely I to satisfy the public. The veal cause of the in- ! qrease of the fleet on the American coast is to be found in the peculiar instructions of Attorney General Gushing to the District Attorney of Phi ladelphia—' If any one will take the trouble to look at dates and facts, they will ascertain that within twenty-four hours after the receipt of tlie news in London of the trial of Hertz in Phila delphia the addition to the West India fleet w«9 under sailing orders. And I have information that when Cushing's two curious lett...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

NOTICE TO ADVEni'ISKnS. Id cfoisequanco of the introduction of Improred printing machinery, nc shall h'.'ncefonvavd ho enabled lo offer aovcra advantages to our advertising friends, which hitherto we hnvo bcon nuablc to afford tUcm. In future nil alterations or countermands of standing adver tisement, sent in by six o'clock p.m. on the creuiug boforo publication, will bo attended to. All now advertisements forwarded to tbo OJflce before six o'clock on tbo ovening previous to publication, will henceforward be arranged under their rospcctivc heads, 011 their first inser tion in out coluvnus. .•'.dveriisenientB will bo received for insertion up to nlno o'clock r.ii. on the evening before publication; but, In order to ensure their nppcaranco In tho front page under their respective classified heads, they should be font in by C p.m.

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 19th February. (Before Messrs. Panton and Standish.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

COURT OF JETTY SESSIONS. Tuesflnv, 3 Otli Felu'iuu-y. (Before Messrs. I'anton mul Stimdish.) Drunk and Dison nr.ni.v.-—Benjamin Ilnndfortb was fined five shillings, or twelve lioni's imprisonment. Arson.'—John Trent)- Ikncc, mid Eliza Martha Ranee, his wife, wore brought up 011 this charge. Hichnrd Jordan said that he wa9 living at tlie White llills, Where lie ImtVliis lent pitched over the limb of d fallen tree. On Sunday last the male defendant wished to turn him out, and set fire (o the rope of the tent, the female defendant bringing the lire; the tent was set on fire, lint thrown on one side. ? lie went to Iioiibtvrk, imd 011 liis return found the tent and his goods which he Imd put together all burnt. Iii cross-examination by the defendants the prosecvito? said lie was sober; he lind called tile male defendant a. convict; and that the latter threw the tent away, other wise it would have been burnt when first set fire to. Hp offered to compromise the matter for £G. The female' d...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 19th February. Present: The Chirman, Messrs. Harney, Hay cock, Jones, Simons, Sullivan, and Capt. Bell. The minutes of last meeting were read and con firmed. The Clerk read two letters : one received from Mr. Fletcher, acknowledging his appointment as Assessor of the Sandhurst Municipal District, and stating that he hoped to he able to make the as sessment within a month ; one also from the Mu nicipality of East Collingwood, transmitting their bye-laws, lis also those of the M elbourne Corpora tion, and stating that Mr. Grant-, M.L.C., had been requested to forward a copy of the Standing Orders of the Legislative Council. In consequence of the absence of Mr. Sullivan, liis notice of motion on the subject of the abolition of the Council's system of voting by ballot, was postponed. Councillor Simons said that, with the consent of the Council, he would withdraw his notice of motion 011 the subject of the Council's proceeding to form their own bye-laws, and w...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1856. THE NEW ORDER OF THINGS. "Tempora mutantur." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

THE B'ENDISO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION# OCR RIGHTS, AKD ODK jRESOOBCES. raui^ry7FEBRUAR^"2rri856: THE NEW ORDER OF THINGS. " Tcmpora mutantur Mutations of various kinds are every ciay talcing place, even in countries whose laws and institu tions have come to maturity through the experi ence of ages. The Medes and Persians, whose notion it was to make laws, which never should be changed, have no successors in the stirring times of progress in which we live. The-astonishing improvements and discoveries® of modern times, exhibited in' the discovery of gas, the application of steam, to so many useful purposes, on land and water, the marvels' of the telegraph, and a hund red other things, not less wonderful, have excited the minds, and stimulated the intelligence of civi lised men throughout the world, to such a degree, as to convert the ordinary love of change, com mon to ns all, into a motive power, which is driv ing forward the human 'race in the pursuit of novelties, from a. conviction...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Tuesday, 19th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MIXING REPORTER*) Tuesday, 19th February, 185G« Two small rushes have taken place on the Kan garoo Flat, near the lower part of it, beyond Golden Square, on the side of the road. About 100 miners arc at work ; it occupies some ground which lias been before partly worked, and a patch of new ground. The sinking varies from eight to about sixteen feet, and is dry; the pipe-clay at the bottom does not look very good,—but still the ! holes are being driven The other is nearer to Golden Square, and is entirely composed of Chi- j nese, who are surfacing to a depth of .about two | feet; they are running the gravel well broken up | 'through their cradles,—in many instances without putting it through the tub at all. The Metropolitan Quartz Works are now in re gular work, and give satisfaction. Mr. Bruce is jabout to make the addition of shaking-tables. The machinery is very superior, and is found to work well. Mr. Young, at tlie Kangaroo Crushing' Mill, in forme...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Thursday, 19th February, 1856. The Speaker took the chair at the usual hour. PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

LEGISLATIVE' COUNCIL/ Thursday, 19tli February, 1856. The Speaker took the chair at the usual liour. PETITIONS, Mr, >|icliolson presented a pe'ition from the members of the Brunswick and Pentridge Athe liceum, praying the assistance of the House. Mr. Pyke presented a petition from ceriaifl mem bers of the Church of jtijrland At Forest Creek, complaining of the wanj;' of a clorgy-mnh of their own creed,' ' ' . " . EETURNS. ■■ ■ • .... Mr. F.-Murphy laid on the table a return of land sales at the Avbcain 1855. The Colonial Treasurer: laid on the table a re turn of .the tendc-rs for conveying the mails coast wise by .steamer. . I On the motion of IDr. Greenes certain'County Court reHirns wgre ordered,.. , . ■ Areturn bf the amount realised from land; sales at.Prahran jvas agreed to, onthe ■ motion of Mr. Goodman^ . ..; :, ■ GOLD MINING ON PRIVATE; PROPERTY. Mn PyKe :ga.fo uQtice" that'^n' Bridaj^ next he should move, contingently qn the copsideration of the report of the 'select c'o...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 19th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 2 Otli February* I80G. The expulsion from Jersey of Victor Hp go, and the other French refugees connected with thu publication of a paper in that island, got up for the express purpose of exciting an insurrection in France against the present Emperor, 1ms naturally been the subject of much animadversion at home, an a breach of hospitality. TJie subject lias been taken up in these colonies with a degree of interest not to be expected. I do not see that it is a matter which can materially alibct ue. The laws of the Channel islands are very pecu liar, and iotiiiy at variance with the laws of ling land. Many will recollect the abuses brought before the British public by Mr. ;Carua Wilson, a few years ago, relative to the administration of law and prison discipline in this very island. English men luivc been subjected to greater hardships and legal persecutions in Jersey, than Victor Hugo and his compatriots. It is \Vell known that Jersey lias bee...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ABBIVEP. February 17.—Fenelln, «.s., from LiiuiiccatoU Ilith l Inst., with twenty-three passengers; Queen, be..'from Portland, Belfast, and' Warrnambooi- Kith, iiiL't., witb forty-nine passengers. February 18.—Harp, schooner, from Sydney 8th inst.; Mary. Grant, brig, from Sydney Oth inst.; Dart, brig, from Sydney 8tb inst.; Alice Maud, barque, from Mau ritius 10th January, with two passengers; Harbinger, schooner, from Newcastle 8th inst., with one passenger; Dobsons, schooner, from Launceston 10th inst.; Pearl, •chooner, from Port Fairy 17th inst.; Anonyma, pilot schooner, from the.Heads; Telegraph, A.S.N. Co.'s s.9., feoin Sydney 10th iust., with one hundred and thirteen passengers. ■ February 19 —Erin, schooner, from Auckland 25th alt.; Highland Lud, schooner, from Sydney 0th inst. sailed. Febnuuy 17.—Wauderer, brig, for ayutiey; Aimon, Mtiooner, for Newcastle; Jessie Munn, ship, for Cal cutta Mariner, schooner, for Sydney; Caroline, scho...

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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. Jiumter of Miner*' Itightu issued duriug the week ending li?tl] instant ., 60 " Dot biiuneaa licenses, do. 'lo. 0 at J?2 10 Do. • . do. do.'do .. 1 ,i - 5 0 Do. ' • -do. ' do.'tip .. 3';; ID 0 Do. protection tickets, do. do"... .. .. Nil. . . Amount of gold deposited in Gold Office.. 340 oza. Do. cft6h do do. ' ... £85 Do'.'- ' gold withdrawn do. ,. £~1 ozs. Do. cash . llo do. .. £210 Amount received for fees in cases of <lia. £18 AraoWht of gold and cauli forwarded by 1 10,387 ozs. Escort on Tuesday, (lie IVt-h instant.. f £5,lGi cash $lurob«r of yard9 of ijnnrtz veins len&ed— 70, trpon which the deposit of S5 per beenpaid ,, ,, ,, £\7 10

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHUBST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHUUST GOLD ClBCUL.Ut. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening* Gold still maintains with firmness its advanced price, £3 16s. The Esoort which started to town . yesterday took down upwards of 16,000 ounces, which is an increase of 0000 ■ on our-last week's Escort. The increase may be chiefly attributed to the rise in the price of gold, and the exigencies of the miners, caused by the Jute Hoods, which Compelled them to.sgll their "stored gold" to "meet their demands. Mr. Carpenter, of the Assay and Bullion Office, Fall Mall, reports, "There have been, large quantities of gold brought into the market this week, and rich samples both of quartz and alluvial gold have fetched. high prices. The large amount of gold sent down by yesterday's Escort *peaks volumes for Bendigo. The miners are already beginning to find the advantages to be derived from sell ing at the Assay Office. The Messrs. Sullivan and Sons, *• alio Messrs. Frost, Williams, and others, have been g...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

BIRTHS. On the 18th, at Eagle Hawk, the wife of Mr. Alexander Simmonds, of a daughter. On the 18th inst., at Epsom, Bendigo, Mrs. Edward Cotterell Sanger, of a son.

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BENDIGO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

BENDIGO HOSPITAL. An adjourned meeting of the Board of Manage- ment of the Bendigo Hospital was held on Tues- day evening last, at 8 o'clock ; the following mem- bers were present, Mr. Bissell, Vice-chairman, in the Chair:—Messrs. Wall, O'Conor, Pike, and   Mackenzie, and Drs. Bacchaus, Boone, and Hunt. The minutes of the last meeting wore read, but ■ this being an irregular meeting were not con firmed, A notice of motion, respecting the enlargement of the Hospital, was withdrawn, as this is gradu ally being done. According to notice, it was moved by the Hon. Sec., and seconded by Mr. O'Conor,—" That a paid Secretary and Collector bo appojuted for the Hospital." An ammendment, by Dr. Bacchaus, " That the Secretary remain an Honorary one, and that a Collector be appointed, who shall receive a per   rentage on his collections," was carried. The Hon. Sec. then read a letter from Dr. Roche,   (too lengthy for insertion); complaining that he ■ had b...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, Dbnovax Testimonial.—A meeting of fl)e com mittee was hold last evening at the Bcndigo Hotel, when ii> consequence of sonio of the subscription lists not being in and a desire to obtain mole funds being ex pressed giving the miners who had not yet been called on an opportunity of subscribing,1 it was agreed th<it the committee should continue their labors ft little longer, FIRE.—Yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock, an alarm of fire was raised in the vicinity of Williamson-street. On reaching the spot it was found to be a canvass build- ing belonging to Mr. Blair, and occupied as a private residence by Mr. T. Connelly. Prompt assistance was rendered by those near, and the fire was fortunately confined to the kitchen, the whole of the building escap- ing. The fire appears to have originated from the stove or stove pipe. The injury done is little more than the loss of the canvass. JsquF.sT.—Au inquest was held on Taesduy Jasf, bp fore the Coroner, Dr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 21 February 1856

Sandhurst Directory. AlHiOTT'S(l;ite ol' Birmingham) " AustvaVuui Hotel," 'White Hills-road. An ordinary at ono o'clock, •laily. . ' KnpvSO. A.DELAIDE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bought. XL Amalgamated Gold Smelted. 15NDIGO HO'CETi, Bridga-atreet. John' Havney, propriotor. BOARDINU and DAT? SCHOOL.—Mrs. Birchall, Mitchell-street, Sandhurst, cottage above the resi d«lica ofL. Macpberson, Usq, 520feb27 CC. M'DONAl.D, Lemonade and Soda-water « Manufacturer, Jlerae-street. Late C. and J. W'Donald, B COOPER &' HOBATHAN, Miliary Tailora, Pull Mnll. mai-1 C01IN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, arid Cordial Manufacturer.^ Bridge-Btreet." 6C6marll TVK. WAtL, Bosquet and , llaglanStreets, White Hilhr Hamlet, ?th White Hill. JTX-W.' HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and VX- General Commission Agent, next the Post Office. HOLLINGSWORTH. Plumber, Glazier,-and Paper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square. TTOWARD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and SB Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Iluvgraves-s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 February 1856

Publications. JUST EECEIVED, AND ON SALE AT the ^R GUS STATIONERY DEPOTr Educational Books : TytleiJs Elements of General History Ferguson's History of the Roman Republic Ferguson's History of England Ewing's Geography anil Astronomy Stewart's History of Mode/n Europe Goldsmith's History of England Robertson's History of Scotland History of France Robertson's History of America Solum Hale's History of tho United Staffs Grant's History of London The World of London, byjoliu Fisher Murray The History of Rome, by Miss Corner Pictorial History of England The History of Useful Inventions, by Geo. Grant. The Natural History of Man, by John Kennedy, A.M. Wilson's Catechism of Modern History Catechism of History of England Catechism of Bible History „ Catechism of Botany ' „ CatechiBin of Natural Philosophy „ Catechism of English Grammar ' ,, Catechism of Agricultural Chemistrv Woodward's Musical Catechism • Carpenter's, Mayor's, ivud Vyse's Spelling Books Murray's Grammar, &c. The ...

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