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LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 February 1856

LOLA MO NT IS S AT BALL A All AT. At die conclusion of the porformances at the theatre, on Monday, tho 18th inat., at Ballaarat, Lola Montes came forward and addross od the audionce in tho following term?, which we extract from thc^iSW of Tuesday, February 19 th :— " Ladies and Gcntlemon,—'I am vory sure that all in the houso must ba my very good friends to have come on this bad night to aeo me. I know T do not speak to strangers. I have a very painful duty to perform to-night. T bad thought that, after all the kindnees I had experienced in California, from tho miners,—and I know some of the " boys" aro here—I have seen them and spoken to them— ihut I should have nothing so painful to do. 1 speak to the Indies as well as to the men—to the ladies as my own sex, and to the men as my natural protectors—to tho ladies as beauty—to the men as strength. There is a certatn gentleman in this town called Seekamp. Take tho ecs out, and it is Skaaip. (Applause.) I speak to friends. I have no ne...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, 21st February. Before Messrs. Panton and Standish. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 February 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, 21st February. - Before Messrs. Fanton and Slandiali. A Cr.AtM for AVaqeb.—John Power waa sninmohed tiy John Boolli, It appoared that the complainant had been in tlio ser yiio of the defendant from llie 1st to tlio 15th February when he was discharged, the defendant accusing bim of having loBt two cows. He liad been paid 30s. and ilOs. was glxll due. The Bench ordered the amount claimed, !i5s., to bo paid. Violent AsBAUi.T.-r-William Quitm, charged with this offence, surrendered to his hail. Johanna Banmann Picurd saiil, that on Tuesday morn ing, the 12th instant, between eight and nine o'clock, she went to the defendant's shop with .£7 that had been brought :to her by a man in his employ ; she had only got about a foot within the door when' the defendant struck her with both his fists on the breast, she fell back w.irds. The next tiling she remembered was finding herself sitting on n chair in her own tent; a person of the name of Charles Henry Mil...

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CASTLEMAINE. (From the Miners' Right, February 20.) MEETING AT MOONLIGHT FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 February 1856

CASTLEMAINE. (From tlie Miners' JiigM, February 201) ' MEETING AT' M00NLIGI1T FLAT. On- Saturday last, a meeting of diggers took place near Moonlight Flat. It appears the meet ing-was called by a'few individuals, to whom more credit is due for their good intentions than good judgment, as the said "meeting was called for 10 o'clock, at least two hours too early in the day, as was clearly seen by the diggers.'in the surrounding district being busy at their work. After waiting about an hour something like fifty people had as sembled, when Mr. Smith (formerly a member of the Local Court) was called upon to address them. He .said : Brother diggers, our object in meeting is merely to impress, iipon your minds the great tact that moral force always did and always will gain the ascendancy; and as,there 'had been a large importation of physical or brute force concentrated 'at the-Camp'in Castlemaine, lie urged upon them to wield only the weapons of truth' and justice, against which the polic...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) 21st February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM oun MIXING REI'OItTKR.") 21st February, 185G. j The diggings 011 Bendigo at the present time present a stagnation never known since first Gol den Point wag broken into, At Epsom, work lias most seriously been impeded by the flood, and there is little prospect of, for some time to come, the miners being able to work their.claims. Great blame is to be attributed to those who,, while "shepherding" theirholcs, have, contrary'to the agreement made at a public infeeting held at Epsom | on the subject, not done their part towards ridding the diggings of water. Why do miners hold up their hands to carry resolutions which they never mean to perform? Many claims at Epsom, known to he paying ones, are abandoned' on account of the' want of un animity amongst the diggers. It is not fair that one should do the work of allyou may drive the willing horse too far; neither is it right that dig gers should be subjected to abuse because 'they are unable, from local causes or ...

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OVENS. (From the Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 February 1856

OVENS. CFrom the Advertiser.) Madman's Rush.—Ou Tuesday, about 400 dig gers repaired to this spot, and a great deal of ex citement was manifested for a short time. Five holes struck gold in fair quantities, but the course of the lead is so very y,ig zag, that all the rest of the holes proved schicers. We visited the place .yesterday and found it nearly deserted. Madman's Gully is a very likely lookin j place, and there is no doubt but that there is a lead of gold there. A, promising quartz reef is situated just above the rush, but the width, of the gully is a great obstacle to the finding of the run of gold. Nike Mile.—During the week some activity has provailed in this hitherto quiet spot, in conse quence of th<! re discovery of the old black lead at the head of the Nine-mile Creek. Two penny weights to the dish havo been obtainod in some instances. We hear that a prospecting party are doing very well to the left of the creek, but the exact spot is kept a secret. Tjibke ...

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BALLAARAT. (From the Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 February 1856

BALLAARAT. (Irm the Star,) We are. almost disposed to wish that Ballaarat would jiasB through a crisis—a real, unmistnke able mining crisis, were it not that much misery and individual suffering would be the consequence ol' establishing, that the old wovkcd-out ground of the district is not yet half ransacked of its golden treasures. To any one who has seen, ns we have, the good and bad times of Ballaarat, since and before Cava nngh made his pile on Golden Point, it must be a matter of gratification that as the occasion de manded, whether in deep or shallow sinking, Bal laarat lias always been equal to the emergency. 'Tis useless to refer to past facts in support of our position, takiug the present we find that when the jMagpie was unable to furnish sufficiently re munerative employment to the thousands who some time s'nee were gathered there, Tliseock's and the neighborhood helil out inducements of a highly favorable kind ; and when that neighbor hood could not or did not suffice, ...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 23 February 1856

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Guns", Dusdas, it Co., v. BliiTT.-r-Itt a paragraph subjoined to the Police Court reports of Tuesday, which appeared ill our. issue of Thursday, a statement was made on authority, relative to the case of Gnnn, Dundns and Co. v. Britt, that " &150 .was paid to-Mr.Britt ns ail equivalent for his share of-the past profits.'1 Wear? requested to'state that .the amount to be;,paid was' not' for pusfc .profits, but. for ,Mr. Britt's. past services, he having resumed his duties under: a new contract as a " salaried.servant." .. i • A TtEVEi.ATioy!—We observed that. yesterday, in the Council, upon the vote for, police forage being; reduced by some £10,000, Captain MacMahou, the Chief Com nrissioncr. of.Police,-(who :got-.lieated on the: occasion) intimated that lie received about X"JO.OOO per annum from the owners of horses; seized by the police, which he liadhitheito.handed over to the Government in aid of the revenue, but which he would henceforth appropri ate f...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

LOCAL COURT. Saturday. 23rd February. [ Present: The Chairman, Messrs. Ilosken, Ensor, Clissold, O'Conor, Rawlings, and Bouran, Tlie minutes of the-last meeting were read and confirmed. ■ The Clerk read two letters received from the Chief Secretary's Office : one acknowledging the receipt of a letter from the Chairman of the Court, on the subject of the abolition of the Miners' Right, and another intimating that tlie assent of His Ex cellency the Governor had been given to the fol lowing resolution—" Any miner, or party of miners, sinking or driving in search of gold shall be entitled to hold a claim in advance of the ter mination of his, or their drive, and he or they shall he entitled to use the shaft and drive from which their exploration shall have been made, provided that tlie ground so claimed shall be unoccupied," and two letters forwarded to the Chief Secretary— the first enclosing a regulation framed by the Court to prevent mining in creeks, &c\, where injurious to ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Age.) Friday, 15th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Age.) Friday. 15th February. 1856. • The Speaker took the chair at four minutes past three o'clock. PERSONAL EXPLANATION. ' Mr. Lalor claimed the indulgence of the House while he made a statement respecting what he said yesterday which had been contradicted,— ' The Speaker said he was obliged to stop the hon. member, who could not be permitted to make a statement withont a notice of motion were placed upon: the paper in the usual way. ;: Mr. Lalor hoped the House would accede to the , suspension of the standing orders, to allow him to proceed. ' Mr. O'Shanassy said if this liberty were allowed he should claim the right of replying. He was quite willing to justify himself at any time. Mr. Miller would suggest that the hon. mem ber, Mr. Lalor, should not refer to this subject agnin.These misunderstandings and quarrels never tended to the public good. (Hear.) The Speaker did not wish to argue the point with the hon. member, but he thought tliat a notice o...

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M'IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

M'lVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT#) Iieathcote, 18th February. This was a.great clay at M'lvor, on the occasion of naming the quartz reef in Argyle Gully, refer red to in my last, and opened up by Messrs. Walker and Smith. The Stipendiary and Territorial Magistrates, jvith. the camp' officials and a large assemblage of the inhabitants and gold-diggers, met on the spot at noon, and, after the ground was measured and the leases and claims adjusted by the former, a splendid flag was hoisted grnidst the'cheers of the company, bearing the inscription, " Walker's Reef;" after which they adjourned to a spacious pavilion, erected in Mia Mia fashion, in .which a most recherche cold collation was provided by the lessees, when a dish of stuff from one of the claims was taken out aud washed in the presence of the mn/jv.-nnAebT.vjl comnajiy., which.■j/iuu-.'/wil upwards of an ounce of gold. 'l'lie chair was taken by Dr. Carkeet, J.P., who proposed the first toast of the day ; " Success to Mess...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Saturday, 21st February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. LFUOM OUR MINING REPORTER.} Saturday, 21at February, 185G. The ravages made by tlie late flood- in our hills and gullies, tire now beginning to be more appa rent than at first. . As the ground dries, it is daily giving way, large blocks falling in. On the Back Creek, some of the holes are washed in like fun nels ; at the first rush of water, each one doubtless being a little vortex: Where the main .rush of the water was, the earth is swept away, and the holes filled with it,—the old surfacebeing exposed as clearly as on the morning of the first rush, even the original pick-marks being left, and in cmm instance, a part cf.«. tafoiu. pick stuck in for. a corner peg. The diggers are taking advantage of j this to sink on the solid superficies; but I doubt if the water will allow them to get down at present. In Maiden Gully, White Hills, in 20 to 23 feet sinking; the way the ground has been driven may be judged from the immense blocks of ground whieli-iiave broken bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

Rlcrehandisc BUILDING MATERIALS. N SALE, AT G KITE'S TIMBER YARD, BULL STREET : 300,000 feet I in, American tODgued and • grooved bonrds i 100,000 feet lj do. do. do. do. 250,000 feet 1 in. do. clear pino i '3.00,000 feet 1J, U, mid 2 in. do. £20,000 feet Scotch flooring boards, 0x1 1-5} . 10,000 .feet roofing battens 80,000 feet deal quartering . i . 100,000 feet weather-boards ' 150,000 feet lining boards 2,000 Baltic red deals, ?, S, and 9, x 3 solid . . cuts ■ '1 , . .-'. 40,000; feet J, 5, 1 fa, 1}, 11, and-2 in. cedar: COO doors, single and double,moulded,jail; sizes 750 pairs sashes, glazed, all sizes ■ 5,000 feet mouldings, various patterns; • 3,000 feet architraves ■ 10,000 feet skirting boards ) <• Cedar 'I'lirned Work, corisisting'of— • ' Table legs ' •" Withstand do. 1 'Sofa rails , •' Also, ' Wheelbarrows Jron buckets Borlngbits • , . Sledge hammera , Nails v * - • " Bolts , ■ " ■ " ■ Locks 1 . Smith's coals - . ;. D0- Vyces , * " Bar iron, best B B H crown. ...

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GEELONG GOLD CIRCULAR. Saturday, 23rd February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

GEELONG G-oiiD CIRCULAR. Suumlay, 23rd February, 1S50. I The price of gold jm.9, advanced 3d. smoe last report. There lias been through the week but a-limited amount of business doing, while at the same time there is an .in creased demand for the inetal.' The present quotation in 77s. 3d. for Ballaarat samples. The correspondence from the various fields shows in general uninterrupted success.. In the Buninyong dis trict valuable ground is opening; this quarter is now attracting a great deal of attention. The sinking is light compared to, Ballaavat, consequently more remu nerative, although'with lighter yield, for, on the latter field,'gold is'often dearly earned with the great outlay and time required-for its deep sinking. It is supposed that the workings will extend all round and about Bu ninyong, and that, ia fret, the site of the township itself Is ft goldfield. Some porrespondent reports the discovery of n gold field eight miles distant from the present quartz mining at Stteigli...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1856, THE DEMONSTRATION AT SAN FRANCISCO, [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

THE BEND183 ADVERTISER ?5iOQRE3SI0N, OtTIi BIGHTS, AN'I) OUR KESOCTKCGS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1856, THE DEMONSTRATION AT SAN FRAN , CISCO, ' The conduct of parties, called " Ainc-rican citi tizens," at San Francisco, on the occasion of the celebration by tlie British, and other foreigners in that city, of the successes of the Allies before Se bastopol, taken in connection with intelligence previously received from the United States, h.as induced many persons to attach more importance to the event than it really deserves. Looking at the matter impartially, we cannot bring our selves to concur in the observations made by the editor of the Herald when he transferred the report of these transactions to his columns. We can see nothing in the proceedings to warrant the i opinion that the interruption offered to the British and their allies was preconcerted. The interpre- J tation which we are inclined to put upon the overt acts as they are disclosed in the report, is, that the wine flowe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

THE Undersigned nro now landing, from Adelaide | cx " Havilah i"— <\00 bags Magavey's flou\\ Ex " Burro Bum," 250 bags Elliott's flour. Ex "Anna Dixon,1' 200 bags Magnroy's flour. ExJamea," i 200 bags Hart's flour. Ex « Rebecca,'1 SOO baps Magurey's flour, 820 bags do, bran. GEO. & THOMAS HAIiKER, Elisabeth-street, Melbourne, and at the Manchester Store, Pall Mull, Sandhurst. 538fc31 TO BE SOLD, a Middling Machine, litiinte in Peg Leg Gully, with Cart find Harness ; Washing Stufl'short enrtngo. Apply to Mr. Duly, Storekeeper head of Peg-Leg Gully. 29raarl TO BE SQLB, One Horse Puddling Machine, with Harrows, Pumps, and every necessary towards working same. Apply at the Machine, head of Soldier's Gullv, Ivonbavk Hill, to Thomas Mullin. 21feb3Q THERMOMETERS, Just reqweij, at the Argus Sta tionery Depot, Miscellaneous .GRAND QUARTZ MINERS' BALL, THURSDAY, Mth MARCH, 18'5G. THE Undersigned Gentlemen have formed thorn selves into ft Committee for carrying out the above...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (From Monday's Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (From Monday's An/us.) Trade is brisk, and is likely to continue so for the re mainder of the season. The supplies forwarded to the interior are daily inc'reuKtiif;, especially in flour, and pro-, visions generally. A much greater amount of specula tion has been infused into the market, and u consider able rise has been the consequence in many articles of provisions itnd groceries. In sugars, caudles, aud butter the fluctuation* have been great. The arrivals during the week have been ft>w, and, <;xeep! iu the articles o' oats, hops, and oilmen's stores, lmve been well assorted. Breadstuff's.—This market has fallen fully £2 per ton in all kinds, and the market is not firm, A corres pondent, whose judgmrnt we have proved on former oc casions, aud who islltogether out of the market, writes »a on flour" Adelaide flour is £27 to-day and heavy, Add £25 will be the price ere loug, as about 10,000 bar Ttls of H&sall are at hand, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

XOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. I In consequent of tho intvoiuctlon of improved printing j machinery, wo shall honceforwnrd bo enabled to offer several ! advantages to our advertising friends, whioli liltherto wo \ havo been unable to afford them. | | In fufcuro all alterations or countermands of standing adror- { j tl3cment9, sent-In by six o'clock p.m. oatho evening before 1 publication, .will be attended to. ! All new advertisements forwarded to tho Officc beforo six o'clock j on tho evening previous to publication, will henceforward be , arranged nndor their respective heads, on tholr first inser tion in our columns. Advertisements will be received for Insertion up to nine o'clock p.m. on the evening beforo publication; but, in order to onsure their appearance In. the front pago under their respective classified heads, they should bs sent in by C p.m.

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Fntuirma AcctDKsrs.—We have, »e regret to say, to report two of the mo^t fearful accidents wbicb bnvc taken place 011 Beiuligo, and strange to say tliey occurred within ii couple of hours of each oilier. The lir.it hup. pencil to ii young man named John AUridgc, 11 ijiuirtz- , worker near Caiiforma Guliy. The unfortunate young j man, lifter putting in two shots or blasts, left the claim I (70 l'eet deep), and a report having been beard, and lime i allowed for tbe smoke to clear awr.y, be again descended, ! wben tlie second shot v.-bich had bung lire went off, j smashing his legs and frightfully scorching all the upper I part of his body. Dr. Bm'.benaU was promptly in atten dance, and Dr. Smith was immediately sent for, Last j nigbt Aldridgc was alive, but was not expected to stir- I vive, being literally smashed. The second happened j to a man by name Isaacs, employed by Messrs. Ciibbs I and Lazarus, at l^c-.v Glu'iin Gully. Having put in his j shot be was ascend...

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LAND SALE AT SANDHURST. Sale of Crown Lands at the Criterion Hotel, Sandhurst, on Monday, the 25th February, 1856. Town Lots. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

LAND SALE AT SANDHURST. 3ale of Crown Lands fit the Criterion Hotel; Sftmliiuvst, : on Monday, the 25th February, 1850; Tovru Lojs. ' a a O a o Aron. Pric0 P01'. Purchasers' *'ot Names. IS < . OT ' r. p. £ a. tl.' 15 . . .13 A , 1 0-. . 12 10 0 Dimcan M'Pherson 10 . . 17 D . 0 20 . 1.10 0 0 Win. Kelly , and Stephen Clissold 1 . . 19 ,, . 1 6 . .- 13 11 8 Do. do. 2 . . 10 „ . 1 1 . . 12 10 3 Do. do. 19 . . 19 „ .11. . 12 10 3, Do. do. 30 . .10 „ . 1 0 . . Jlfl 0 0 Do. do. 21 . • 10 „ . 15. . 17 0 0 Do. do. ■22 . lo . 1 ,0". . 31' 0 0 Dn. do, 10 i 1. c . 1 0 . . 230 0 0 T. Nixon Clement : 4. . • 3 „ . o ir> . . 13 • 1 0 Alfred England. 5: . . n „ .' O 27 . .' SO 5 0 Isaac John Dyason 0 . • 3 „ . 0.10 . . 20 0 0 AY in. Cro go. 8 . • 4 „ . ,0.21 . 72 0 0 James Brown. 1 . • S . 1.0 . .' 51 0 0 Alfred IT. Aldworth : 2 . • s „ .10. .' 25 0 0 John M;Laren. 3 . • 8„ . 1-0 . . 33 0 0 Win. Stenne. 20 . . 8 ., .10. . If) •0 0 G. M. Tlodgltiilson. 0 0 W. T. B. J. Harris 2L . . 8 „ ...

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. On the 14th of this month Ave stated that in a week or two lve should have a Theatre in Sand hurst, not, in name, but in reality. "The thing has now become " an accomplished fact." The theatre has been completed, in all its details, in a style which fully justifies the laudatory anti cipations we expressed in its favor. "We are fasti dious in these matters, and do not feel disposed to degrade the drama by an endeavor, through a figure of rhetoric, to convert a barn, or any other I "makeshift," into a Temple of the Muses. It is, however, no hyperbole to say that the Criterion is' a theatre worthy the representation of the legiti mate drama. : The exterior of the large theatres, even in the "Great Metropolis," in an architectural point of j view, as regards ornament, does not preseiit'muchf f to attract admiration. It is no wonder, then, that the Criterion should not be an exception to' the general rule. It is in the interior of a theatre that we must look...

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