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LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT. THE HORSE WHIPPED EDITOR'S EXPLANATION. (From the Ballaarat Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

LOLA MOJTTES AT BALLAARAT. THE HORSE WHIPPED EDITOIt'S EXPLANATION. CFrom the Ballaorat Times. ) My dear Madame,—Seeing in the Sfur a report of the speech von made on the boards- of the Vic toria Theatre, ou some night or other not long ago, in which my name figures in very unenviable pro minency, I feel myself bound to answer it, not only ill honor to myself, but alto in defiance of the'threats and vulgar hatred and scurrillity by which this speech was uttered. Believe me, my dear Madame, did cot my natural characteristic of a love for a barny tako the lead, I should never have so far forgotten myself as to go down, as J did yesterday, i:ito tho bar of your hotel, and send up-stairs to you and your gentlemen that II, Soe kamp -waited your pleasure, But, my dear lady, I am not going to epoil good paper by writing about a very bad subject, alike discreditable to me and to yourself, My dear Madame, do not imagino for one mo ment that, I would deter.you, or rather the person who haB th...

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

LETTERS wo lying at this ORlce for Robert Gainer, William Saver,. Patrick Bennett, nntl Patrick Walsh.

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LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

LOLA MONIES AT BALL A ARAT. The adventures, of tliia lady at Ballaaiut, so : mueli in harmony withherantecedent history, serve [to keep up the excitement which, by accident ov .design, she contrives to produce. Excitement 'creates an interest, if not to know more of lier, at least to see lier. If Madame Lola Montes per formed her part off the stage in the same common iplace way that other ladies connccted with tin theatrical profession are wont to do, she would not be Lola Montes ; and • not being Lola Montes, slu would be nobody but a very handsome and agree able Koman. Lola Montes, however, lias an am bition peculiarly lier own, which she gratifies ac cordiilg to her own notions. •• She lias been very fortunate in'meeting with the-Editor of the Bal laarat Times, and in making his acquaintance, and iu turning the event to such good account. - We shall say nothing of Madame Lola Montes, because she has a history of her own, known, we presume, to ill the world, and of which the Edito...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, Feb, 23rd, 1856, Before J. A. Pauton, Esq., and J. Standish, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

I . | COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, Feb, 23rd, 1850, Before J. A. Pauton, Esq., and J. Standisli, Esq. Non'-Rkgibtiutiok.—E. N. Emmett, Henry Groom, George Coats, Elliott and Hill, Irving and Ball, Sayer Brothers, and Henry Fislier appeared on summonses, at the instance of Inspector Kirk, charged wifh not having registered their premises, used for the purpose of brewing from the 1st January last, under the Distiller's Act. Defendants severally pleaded guilty, also putting in a plea of ignorance of tbe renuireijjents of the Act, aom» having registered their premises so late as October, aqd not thinking that a re-registration would he required from the 1st January. Sir. Kirk said that on his appointment as Inspector of Distilleiies lie had called on defendants, ami given them notice of registration, andoftlie necessity of liar ing their names on their premises and carts. TJiese had in part been complied with. Mr. Sayer said that he had come up to register, but was, not able to de...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF'MELBOUHNI ARRIVED, Fob. 21.—Golden Em; American barque, frnjn New York, 25th Oct.—Graftou, schooner, from Auckland, N.Z, 2nd Feb., with four cabin and two steerage passengers. Feb. 22.—Lady Bird, s.s.s., from Launceston, 21st instant, with sixteen .cabin and twenty-six steerage pas •angers—Burra Btirra, s.s.s., f.iotu Adelaide, 10th inst., w»tb.nineteen cabin and ninety steerage passengers. , ,Feb..23.—Land o' Cakes, ship, from Loudon, ~llh Nov.'—New Great Britain, ship, from London, 30th Oct., with fire'eabirv and eleven intermediaic passengers—Hu bauero Manuel, Chilian brig, from Valparaiso, (ith Dec., with seven passengers—City of Sydney, A.S.N.Co.'s s.'8.s.,fro'm Sydney, 20th instant, with eleven cabin and 8«venty-eight steerage passengers—Ant, s.s.s., from Ho bart Town, 20th iustant, with two cabin passengers— Storm Bird, s.s.s., and Oberon s.s.s., from Port Albert Emily Allison, schooner, from Liumceston, 11th instant, with eleven passengers. • ,...

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

MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. Saturday, 23rd Februnry, 1950, The scarcity of gold continues, and the price his im upward tendency. The quantity brought down by escort this week •hows an increase since the price advanced, and we feel satisfied that a farther advance must take place, in order to unlock the gold ut present shut Hp at the .different Camps. Tins, we believe, is fast approaching, as the banks are elbowing each other in their"rush after the pre eious metal. As long as the banks in Melbourne are made the medium of remittance tor their branches and correspondents in the neighboring colonies, so long will .'gold eoutiuue scarce and high priced. Were it our own wonts only that were to be supplied, the present produce would suffice; but nothing short of that of 1852 will Otttthis uudue pr.&sure uponjit, brought about by tile preMUt tactics of trafficking bank;. EDWABD KHULL, Bullion Broker. 69, Colliaj-slreet west.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

- ■ ' COMMERCIAL INTELLIGIONCE. ■ : - SANDHUBST-GOLD CIRCULAE. Advertiser Oflico, Mouduy Evening. Gold remains firm at..£3 lGs.-6d. ,We understand lb«t >m nmisnnl quantity of gold will bev forwarded- per escort to-day. nearly 20,000 ounces having been lodged at the Gold Office up to last evening. This is to be accounted for by large parcels having been brought into the market by reason of the advance iu price. ; Argus Office, Saturday Eventng. Th« entries passed for Gold- to-day for export were •1109. ounces, of which 1,578 ounces were for England, by the Ocean Chief, Eagle, and Medway; 3,018 ounce? for Bydndy, 'und 515 omices for Hong Kong, by the Forest Queen. The special general meciiug of the Chamber of Com merce, to be held on Monday, the 25th instant, at half past two o'clock, will, it is expected, bring together a fall master of members. Tbe question is one oC vital importance, and it behoves the Chamber to express a genuine opinion, and one whoso weight will have some eff...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

MARRIED.   On the 23rd instant, at the Wesleyan Chapel, White Hills, Sandhurst, by the Rev. Thomas Riston, Mr. Andrew Inglis, of Lockwood, to Miss Sarah Pickering, of the former place.

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JIM CROW DIGGINGS (From the Correspondent of the M. A. Mail.) 17th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

JIM CROW DIGftTNTJS (From the Correspondent of tho M. A. Muil.) _V" 17th Febriiarv. lHKfi: X.' i The population in this- district numbers the I least, calculation 5000, with every prospect 'of an' increase." Some aTe doing what is commonly called - " a heavy stroke." . On -Friday last a party told me that they procured from quartz that very day one hundred ounces of golt\. The crushing machino on the Watnbp.t Hill la doing woll, and there ia not nyv,cTi feay of Tunning short of water, thereby ' assuring a golden harvest to the proprietors. It ia ■ now admitted by all who are acquainted with the quarts veins • oh the "Wainbat Hill, that they are • very rich ; and those who aro already down sixty, and seventy feet give great encouragement to capi talists to invest sv large amount of money in this profitable undertaking. I havo no doubt but that several other engines will be put in operation as soon as winter acta in. Aijam's IIkv.i'..—Various reports are given witlv vegavd totho richn...

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

ABBOTT'S (Into of Birmingham) "Australian Hotol," White Hills-road. An ordinary at one o'clock, daily. 6apr30 ADELAIPE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bought. . Amalgamated Gold Smelted. B ENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-atreet. John Homey, proprietor. BOARDING and DA? SCHOOL.—Mrs. Birolmll, ; • Mitolioll-sfcreot, Sandhurst, cottage above the resi daucoof L. Macphoraon, Eaq, 520fab27 CO. M'DONALD,. Lemonade and Soda-water ( Manufacturer, Mcrao-street. Late 0. and J. IfDonald. COOPER & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall . Mall. marl COftN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, and Cordial •• Manulacttirora, Brfdge-Btreet. 6G6roarli T\R. WALL,- Bosqnet and' RaglanStreets, White Hilia Hamlot. 7th WhiteHiil. jt~*% W. ' HAYCOCK,; Weighbridge Proprietor, and JUT."; Go'neral CommisBion Agent, next the Post Office. HOLUNGSWORTH, Plumber. Glazier, and Paper ■ banger, Houho and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD &JDIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and ' Ginger-boor Msnnfacturers, Hargraves-street, Sandhurst. . 209a JA...

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CASTLEMAINE. (From the Mount Alexander Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 February 1856

C ASTLEMAINE.   (From the " Mount Alexander Mail".) Kangaroo.— The return of several parties who. had left this neighborhood for Myddleton's Creek had slightly interrupted the dead calm which re- cently prevailed here. Those at work are sprink- led chiefly about Table Hill, where several minia- ture rushes have taken place, we understand with   tolerable succcss. Some of the prospecting parties   engaged at the summit of this hill are daily ex-   pecting to bottom, and the result is anxiously awaited. It appears, however, to be generally   considered that anything like expensive hill-work- ings—on which Kangaroo almost exclusively de- pends—are not likely to occur till winter closes   operations in the neighboring creeks and, on the banks of the Loddon. Among the late arrivals we have to notice several celebrities, well know to the police, over whom a watchful guardianship is being extended. Little remains...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA.—EFFECTS OF THE LATE STORM. (From the Adelaide Observer). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

SOUTH AL-'STRALU.—EFFECTS OF THE LATE STORM, (From (he Adelaide Observer). Fr.oon at Koorixga and Loss of Life.—On Wednesday, Gtl' inst., between 8 and 9 at night, some very heavy tain fell, acpornpanied by thunder and lightning. The creek, which runs through the township, very soon rose to n considerable height, and tli6 night was intensely dark, except at intervals, when^the lightning shene most bril liantly. A woipan named Stanley, in attempting to cross tho creejt (,q her own house, was thrown off her balance by, the stream and fell into the water. She called loudly for assistance, but at that instant, and before any assistance could ar rive, a mijc)) heavier fjood carried her down the si ream. Several persons procured lanterns, and followed the creek for some distance, but 'without success. No traces could bo found of the body until Saturday, when a drag was made for the purpose, and Mr. W, Way, J[r. Ct Bennqts, Mr. \V. S. ijennpts, and a poljce trqopqr, proceeded down the main...

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SYDNEY. (From the Argus Correspondent.) 20th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

SYDNEY. (From the Argus Correspondent.) 20tli February, 1850. We have had a little revival of the gold fever. A Mr. White has been exhibiting over 400 ounces of gold, the result of three weeks labor on a part of the Ophir field which lias not hitherto drawn much attention. I, among many others, availed myself of the implied invitation with which the account in flip //«)•«/<(! clqsps, to examine the spe cimens. Certainly they were a most tempting lot, the table, a good sized one, was literally covered with them. Among the people who were gathered arpund at tho time I was tliere, weva sqmo practi cal miners from the western fields, who pronounced their opinion that the specimens were veritably those of Ophir gold. This decision, given in a tone of authority, was, of course, very satisfactory to those who might have entertained a doubt upon the matter ; although why any person should in vest some £1400 in gold for the mere purpose of raising a false impression as to the rich...

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

tOLKMAN'S CRITKlilON THEATRE The season opened on Tuesday evening tit this Theatre, . with the fust appcarance of Mrs. Brougham boforc u Hendigo audience. The piece selected was Sheridan Knowles' admirable play of the Hunchback, Mrs. Brougham sustained the character of" Julia," well, displaying, by her acting, a thorough comprehen sion of the part—al first wayward, then the love-sick * damsel—now resuming all her pride, and exclaiming " pity ! no, nrjt quite so bad as that," and now subdued J —crushed by the humility aud: cold respectfulness of . Master Walter, confessing.nil her love. Mrs. Brougham'' is evidently a careful student, nnd her labors ou tbi# occasion met with frequent aud -well-earned' nnnlause. Mr. .1. L. Byers' "Mn>>ter Walter,'' was a very faiy performance". As "'My Lord's ^Secretary,'* ""he'^'as wi: peeially good : consistently nieeV, nod deeply, respectful j ' Ilia voice, generally judiciously, managed," sugBe^jiig "tale of woe that might bo told. In one or ...

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LITEST EUROPEAN NEWS. ELEVEN DAYS' LATER NEWS. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

LITEST EUROPEAN NEWS, ELEVEN DAYS' LATER NEWS. ("From the Aram.) The clipper mail ship Marco Polo arrived in Hobson's Bay ori Tuesday afternoon, bringing" | English news to the 7th December. From the Heads were transmitted a summary of the prin cipal items of intelligence. LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Vienna, Gtli December. Sir. II. Seymour, the new English Ambassador, has arrived in the Austrian capital. The Austrian army is to be again reducedjby 80,000 men. The King of Sardinia arrived at Boulogne on the Gth, from his visit to the Queen. The allied | fleets returned to Nyberg on the 6th, I RUSSIAN OPERATIONS IN THE CRIMEA, Telegraphic despatches from Marseilles of the 4th, received from the East by the Euphrates, steamer, state that Admiral Lyons' fleet continued j to cruise close to the coast of the Crimea, in order to keep an incessant look-out upon the Point of Kertscli, against which tlje Russians seem to be j preparing an attack, to be effected the | winter. The Russians were also f...

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MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

MINING ON P1UVATE PltOPKHTV • We extinct the following able letter, upon ftie important subject of Mining ou Private Property, \\i;ioh appeared in tlie Argus of Tuesday Inst. Xbo signature first dvew mi' attention to it, beci\\\s£ we were anxious 'tcj know vlmt view a BencVgouian, oilier than ourselves, tmgji take of the matter,' As we perused it, we thought .r/e «• auguisrd the style of on old friend—not unknown ten >'ame—upon the Bcndigjo Goldflelds, the impjessj of vliOHO tnindi and intimacy with tU« l>ca\ aftairs of Saad ilust, may, we' think, he cosily recognised by" otbtrs •veil as ourselves in this admirable'exposition of tho'/i. ' juuteut on the question qf which It treats, ■ . To the Hdltor of the Argus.'' . \ ■ 8ir,—I wa9' truly glAd'to"notico the liberal and com prehoosivo spirit iu wliieh you treated of. tbl* ixxbject in thU dftj-'s Um; At tbc pmat wwjflrt subject connected with tbe raining interest of the colony 1 move impurtaut, and which challenges more immediat...

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Wednesday, 27th of February, 1856. Axedale. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

Weilnesdov, 27th of 'February, 1850.. Axertnle. 4-.7 8 ..' 77 .0 20 .; 1' 0 John Macnnniftra * 5 8 •/> 78 2 32 1" 0 Michael O'Connell 9 34 0 35 . . 1 15 Jus. O'Louglilin mid ' , ,7 ■ D m. O'Deft . •! : - ' • BngsliOl. 10 8 ..'SIP 12 3. 1 William Murpliy ll".'i ll) •:*''"80 '3 '5' • I'1 0' Mlrciv Iiiglis 4 .. 13 ..,00 0 12 ,T'15 JWillUm Allen 5 .. 13 r.' 9.0 X)'12^.,.\' 1 18 Anilrew Inglis

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Tuesday, 26th Feb., 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

LEGISLATIVE -COUNCIL. {From the Melbourne Papers.) 4.ueBdav, 2titJ| J< eb„ 1856. The Speaker took the chair at the usual hour. PETITIONS. Mr. Fawkner presented a petition from the in habitants of East Collingwood, in favor of a bridge over the Yarra from Johnston-street. Mr. Wheeler, a petition from George Brady, com plaining that he had been prevented from voting at a Local Court election, by a body of persous opposed to Local Courts. Messrs. Nicholson and Rae each presented a petition from East Colling wood, praying for annual municipal elections, and the division of the municipality into wards ; and Mr. Greeves presented a petition from a society at Emerald Hill in favor of the Liquor Sales Law Amendment Bill before the Council. NOTICES. Knight gave notjce of his intention to move for an address to his Excellency fqr an alteration in' the postal arrangements to and from Portland, Belfast, Warrnambool, and Albcrton, Mr, Lalor gave notice that he should move for a select...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

WANTED a Se.ivunt Girl ; nono bat thoroun efficient servants need npply. Critorion Hot*!*. Market-square. 655fei?, WANTED by a young man, a situation 031 iig\, 1'ortcr, or to'niako himself uoofnl in-autor - Address G. M., office of this papor. 95ff :28 WANTED a girl, about 14 yenrs of ago, C< j tal clmrge of a Child, nnd nmko liersslf oti' crwi useful. Apply at O'Dwjor'a SVore, the Epsera o ffic# » this paper. 55! jfo33 IMPORTANT NOTICE Tn ^^£053 OI : ihE i/." a P SO M. ED JONES, Chemist and Druggist, BriJge-efree ( i Sandhurst, and at Epsom. ' . E. D. J. wishes to inform thopublic generally thu be has opened a Branch Establishment between C«p:. Bremner'»_ and Mr. Pricker's Stores, far tha better &■ comtnodation of the Diggers residing there, ssxt tttiai;. by keeping none bnt ^cnuiaa Drags : ' At Bendign Pried, to merit tbeir support. Prescriptions uocqmlely pteuareA. Teeth Extracted. Mr. .1. E. WALL, Bnrgeon, ftlteniU between > hours of 0 and 11 o'clock a.m., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856

LETTERS are Kingiit this : Offloo for Robert Gainer, William'Sayer._ Palrick Bomiett, and Patrick Wflsli. ...r .. *. '

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