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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Tuesday, 26th Feb., 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MIXING REPORTER.) Tuesday, 26th Feb.. 185G. Once more the Commissioner's Gully is a scene | of activity. A few days ago, a rush took place to J a patch of jiew ground, on the side of the gully, opposite to the back • of the Camp, which report saying it had turned out well, induced many who had either formerly worked there or had heard from others of its riches, to dive into the mass of uprooted and oft-turned cla3', in search of a I bit of a pillar^ or other solid ground. In many i places the old bottom is found worth' breaking up and washing, and a number of people are steadily employed all along'this gully. • (J wing to the water reserve being at the foot of tliis gully, no puddling machines have been allow ed in it, but the.gully is being carted away for .washing in machines elsewhere, and not less than a dozen'carts are constantly at work" making considerable iri-i-oads into it. There is little doubt but that the greater portion of it will pay, and...
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
miscellaneous news, In consequence ol' tl\e (nail ship Marco I'olo, bringing late Eurupeau news, the whole of which we arc timiblo to publish in the present issue, a Supplement will be presented with the lienilii/o Advertiser of Saturday next, j containing full details of the operations of the Allies, j avid other interesting incidents of European intelligence. It will also contain a variety oi'colonial neivs, including « report of tho dinner given lu Charles Gavau Dully, Esq., i^U 01 which we are compelled to omit in to-day's paper from want of space. As mi extra number of copies of the paper \\ ill be issued, it will afford a favo rable opportunity for advertisers, who are requested to send in their advertisements as early us possible. Acciuen'Tu.—"jpq he forewarned is to he forearmed. It is dqsirabip that the exact course of accidents to tlioae engaged in dangerous occupations should he known, so that, where possible, they may be avoided. Too often we believe what is attributed t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
. JSENDIGO A P VJSJl;T,I /? E11 ; JOBBING AND GENERAL HUNTING ESTABLISHMENT. areSSKS.:ilACKAY AND CO. •Beg leave to nrquaint their friends and'the public, that they iiave completed arrangements for th« addition eff a Jobbing and Genural Printing Office to their present Establishment, by which they are enabled to executc Jobs of overy variety, Books, Pamplets, Public Documents, Catalogues,*&c. POST BUS) ~IN IHB' v.Aitiou-s SIZES, •• ; * Plain and Colored; • - CARDS PRINTED IN* THE NEATEST STYLE, P«Vii;j, Colored, and Ornamented. In addition to the above, they liavo procured founts of Italian Script, and other ornamented letter type, by which Cheques, Mils-of KxcliHnge, Becoipt Books, «&c.,&c.,cau bo executed villi ' as great perfectionus in any other oflice in the Colonies. (gy* The scale of charges are calculated in strict conformity ; with the aiEtiBOUKNK PKICEft
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday. February 20. Present: the Chairman, Messrs. Sullivan, Si mons, and Captain Bell. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Clerk read two letters, one from the Sur veyor-General in reply to a letter of the Chair man's on tho subject of the transfer of all un alienated land within the municipal boundaries to the Council, and requesting that the lands then advertised for sale and sold within the last few days might be withdrawn from sale—stating that there was an Imperial Act regulating the sale of Crown Lands which would not be altered till the meeting of the new Legislature, and that as it was the opinion of her Majesty's Government that the withdrawal of the said lands from sale would im pede the permanent settlement of the country, it was out of his power to comply with the request, and one from the Chief Secretary's office fixing the Royal Arms as those to be borne on the Cor poration seal with the inscription " Sandhurst Municipalit...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, 2b the Editor of the jOeudlQO Advtrtker, Sir,—Having heart) of tbo lute melancholy accidents Ilint have occurred to those who are obliged to use pow der in breaking tlie ground, I deem it ray bounden duty to lay the following statements before the mining epip munity, and more especially tliosu einplovi;^ iy quariz veofs, and I rest assured if they wi'U accept the following statements for ihei^ guidance they will for the future avoid similar catastrophes »ad be enabled to work in perfect safatv. Firstly: The hole being bored, and, if perfect, it should be properly cleaned out with a swab stick. But should it l>e rugged as is generally the ease when the yrouiul is wet imd more especially when imperfectly liored, the hole should be filled with clay ; this being done a piece of iron made somewhat smaller than the hole should be driven in. This instrument is called n claying iron. The head of it is pierced with ft small hole in order that it .may be the more e...
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
NOTICE TO ADVKKTISEItS. lu conftoqueuce of the introduction of improved printing machinery, we shall henceforward ha enabled to offer several ndrAiitagt'S to our advertising friends, which hitherto we have bean unable to afford them. In future all alterations or countermands of standing Adver tisements, scut in by six o'clock I'.u. ouilio evening before publication, will bo atteuded to. All new advertisements forwarded to the Office before six o'clock ; on the evening previous to publication, will henceforward be arraugod under their respective heads, on their first inser tion in our columns. Advertisements will bo received for iusertiou up to nine o'clock p.sr. on the evening beforo publication; but, in order to cusure their appearance-in the front page under their respective classified heads, they should bp sent in by C r.Jl.
POSTPONEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
POSTPONEMENT. Mr. King postponed liis motion fov a grant for a police office at Port Albert, and a lock-up nt Tarraville. BILLS. The Common Law Practice Bill was committed and several clauses agreed to. The Victoria Electoral Bill was recommitted, and ordered to be further considered in committee on the day following. The Collingwood Bridge Company's Bill was read a third time, and passed. The remaining orders were postponed to various periods, and the House adjourned at ten minutes post seven.
NEW ZEALAND. (From the Wellington Independent, 26th January, 1856.) THE STATE OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
NEW ZEALAND. (From the Wellington Independent. 20th January, 185GJ THE STATE OP THE COI.OXV. We may safely say that there is not a Province in Now Zealaud, a colony in these seas, or a coun try, big or litt'e, anywhere in the world, with the single exception of the Proviuce of Wellington, which can devote throe-fourths" of Its gross reven ues towards the construction, maintenance, or im provement of works of public utility. The amount of money which will be available to the Provincial Government, during the year just commenced,will not fall very far short of £'10,000. Of this amount about £10,000 will defray the cost of the Civil Government; which will leavo little loss than £30,000 for public works and undertakings. If this is not a satisfactory state of things, such a state will bo as hard to discover as tne Philoso pher's stone, or perpetual motion- Tho material progress of this province was indisputably shown by the Census Returns taken laBt year; and the Financial condition of ...
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1856. THE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
THE BENDXG-0 ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION,. OUR UIGIITS, AMD OUR RESOURCES. ; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1850. ~ : . THE POST OFFICE/ Whatever may have been the arbitrary division of time, by which chron'ologists have distinguished different epochs in the history of the world, there litis not been one which has not been marked by some one prominent characteristic. The periods in which the'arts of improvement were either sta tionary or retrogressive have been designated " the Dark Ages,"—not because there were not men in those times to preserve and perpetuate the knowledge and'learning which previously existed, hut because civilisation came to a stand still, and that society, like the purest water when it becomes stagnant, loses its salubrious qualities, and im pregnates the air with mephitic vapors injurious to the health of&lt;man in body and in mind. Mo tion, as it indicates the presence of life, so does it contribute to its health and vigor.' Motion is the soul of society, without...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
SHIPPING INTISLLIGENCli,r POET QF'kl?LttOy.RNE. Aunivci). Feb. 123.—Challenger, barcinn, from Otngo, N.Z., flrd February, with twowabin and threo .steerage |iais:jengors. —Acaoin, baniucK $?>»> Sydney, lJtli iiistnin—Victoria Packet, from Syduey.'ltith instant—Maul of Yalta, s.s.s.,.. from Lnunceston, 2;)r&lt;l instant, with six cabin niul six ^^^efaggju-saungyrs—Meg Merriles, schooner, from . KEebT "WoTiga Wringa,' A.S.N- Co.'s s.s.s., from ^(in^.'^jrdiin'stnivt, witlrfiftoen cabin nnd seventy-one steerage,', passeugcrai—North Star, brig, from Hobart Town, 18tl) instant—Millay; American' ship, from Bos ion,-2 tfclt>Nov—Callender, schooner, frpin Sydney, 12 tb. instant—"Eft.smania, ifoii" steamer, from llobnrt Town, 23rd instant,'with thirteen cabin,nnd twenty.eight, steer age p»ssof)gfens—Adelaide -Packet, schooner, from Hobftrt tasm, 17tlCiustant-—Marco Polo; R.M.S., from Liver, pool," 7tli Dec., with twenty-one cabin and two hundred and ninety-three steerage pass...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
'-Saiidlmi'st lirectory. Abbott'S flato of Birmingham) " Australian Hotel," Wbita Hilla-road. An ordinary at ono o'clock, daily. „ CaprSOv Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridgo-atrcet. John Harney, proprietor. Boarding .and day school.—m™. Biroimii, MUohell-atreot, Sandhurst, cottage above the resi dence of.L. Mncphoraon, Esq, . 520feb27 Catholic'PRAYER books ill Velvet. Morocco, arid all descriptions of Bindings, at the Catholic Book Depot, 139 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. ■" Dr. Cahill'a Letter to Lord Palmerston'' free by post for 12 penny stamp. S42o GC. M'DONAIiD, Lemonade and 8odn-water t Manufacturer, Mcrae-atr^et. Late 0. and J. H'Donald. COOPER .& IjtOBATHANr -Military* Tailors, Pall: ' Mall,marl COHN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, "and Cordial Man nfacturers, Bridge-street. OGOmarll DR. WALL, BoBqnet nnd EaglanStrccta, White Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill. GW. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge- Proprietor, and . • General -CdnimiOBion Age...
LAND SALE AT SANDHURST. Sale of Crown Lands at Sandhurst on Tuesday, the 26th February, 1856. Lockwood. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
•'/; tA^D SALE AT SANDHURST. Sole of Crew si Limils nt Sandhurst 012' Tuesday, the SOtli Febnmry, 1850.- . . Lockwosd. '■ I » ■ Erico ■ . J J Ana. . per' •• g-' -jg Wiciiif'v'i-:Acr«. ParebMeifa K«me&lt; ^ CO i. It. ,P. jG. S. . ••• •> .. ^(Patrick K«flly. "16 .. V8'y£i,,4i}.,.7;2 & John Henmiiilg • Mmroujr. • , -... ... 9 .. tilr.v40:4.!„a-'... 1 10 Jas;.p'Lo«ghHn and Dan. O'Dea. ,rji; j'i.if .. StratbfieUlsrtye/. . . , ,. i 1 .. 18J,.: 47 1 37 ., 1 0 Jus.* -O'jAOUgWiu and ■ :m - v. ... 'Dah.'O'Dea •• a .. 10 ... m 12k,.a .&lt; ,»iitb 8 .. 10 .. 40 3 .'8 V. 1 0.;Jolin FrftTvlcy . ♦ 10 .. CO s 39 ; piito •• t j •. Axedalo. 3 ^ ■■ j- Price .2 Arcn. • ■.'per . o •'.•g :„,1' Aciv, Purchaser's Name. &lt; -:'? A.VB, r. .10. .. ' J ... Ife) n v. ,:i '0 Michl. F. Costolloe ll\;^l Wl" a 0 Ditto 12 1 .. 20 1 22... 1 0 Olinrlcs 15ovlo in .. 1 .. 05 0 22 .. 1 0 Ditto ' It.. 1 .. G1 3 1.1 .. 10 Ditto r15^;"Ditto 10 .. 1 .. 50 0 20 . . 1 0' Ditto 17 .. 1 ... 47...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
COM.M ERCIAL INTELLIGENCE SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Oflice, >*'•. ' Wednesday Evening. Gold is qjioleil at .£3 ICs. &lt;M'> with fin upward ten dency. * r .. This day's Argus says" The brokers arc buying gold at from £3 10s. 3d. to £3;Ids.! (id. per ounce. There is no falling oil'in lhe'deiiknd. Export duty was paid on 20,807 ounces nt the CnstoiTiaduring the day, of which 10,4-10 ounces were for'Liverpool hy the Eagle, 128 ounces for London liy the Medwajyan'd 7318 ounces for Hong Kong, oii Chin'ese ,account, by the Launceston and Forest Queen;. ' The Eagle eJcarlil out with a total o'f, 0Q,9(^o_uuces,"'-: v ' - "From the London papers we get,the following jnterpiit inR intelligence:— . " The rate for money in (lie Stock Exchange'.is -L to 5 per cent. 011 Government securities.- Upon "tlie subject of tlie currency,tli_e;0/a4f (q/Iieinl.oi'gnu) lias the follow ing remarks :—' it is'generally rumored tliat Govern ment is nliout to permit, or ratlier we should ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
. ffU&PING MATERIALS." ~~ T1MBBB yARD' a00'ffroovTd^1 It-' 4ffiw«&lt;J!i tougacd aud 5S0.bOQ - -t Ij do. do. ^ do. do. ?00,0f t'oct 1 in. do. clear pina fjo ' Ji) feet li. 1J, and 2 in. do. v • >000, feet Scotch flooring boards, 6x1 1-5! ■ ->''i000- -icet roofing battens ; eu,000 feet deal quartering ^00,00® feet weather-boards j60,000 feet lining boards . 2,000 Baltic red deals, 7, 8, and 9, x 3 solid cots . 1 40,000 feet i, 1 in- '-1 " , . , ' - . _ ,4, and 2 in. cedar COO doors, single and double moulded,,all sices - • -750 pairs sashes, glazed, all sizes 9,000 feet Jrionidings, various patterns 8,000 feet architraves ■ 10,000 feet skirting boards Cedar Turned Work, consiating'of— .Table'legs - Washstand do. 8ofo rails . i '• Also, Wheelbsrrows Iron buckets Boring bits Sledge brimmers Sails Bolts v> • •• Locks Smith's coals Do. vyces Bar iron, best B B H crown. ~ 244c STOVES OF A NEW STYLE just received, and we have Reduced the Prices. Family, Hotel, Rest...
COURT OF PETTY SESSION'S. Monday, 25th February. Before Messrs. Panton and Standish. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 28 February 1856
COURT OF PETTY SESSION'S. Monday, 25th February. Before Messrs. Puuton nntl Stimilisli. Drunk and D!som>eiu.y.—Patrick Darcy and John Rossey wore encli fined 10s. or three daya' imprisonment. A Nuibavcc.—William Quinn pleaded guilty to allowing five of his pigs to wilder on tlie public thoroughfares, and was fined £5, or fourteen days' im prisonment. ROBBERY —John Lathlane was charged by Thomas &nbsp; McGrath with this offence. It appeared that the prosecutor, who was a digger, had a claim at Epsom, and brought his washing-stuff to Sandhurst, and washing it through the torn of a man named Boyland, who let it to diggers for the purpose of washing their stuff. On the 15th instant, the defendant &nbsp; went to a heap of tailings at the mouth of the torn, and carted a portion of them away. The prosecutor stated &nbsp; that he had put a heap 0n one side, intending to crush it, and it was from this heap that the stuff had been taken. Two witnesses, however, whom...
BANQUET AT GEELONG TO MR. GAVAN DUFFY. (From the Geelong Weckly Advertiser.) BANQUET TO MR. DUFFY, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
BANQUET AT. GEELONG TO . ME. GAVAN DUFFY. CF?-cm Hie Gcelong Weekly Advertiser.) . BANQUET .TO Mil. HUFFY, JI.P. The public dinner to Mr. Charles Gav&lt;\n Duffy, M.P., came o!F with considerable.eclat ut tlio British Hole!, Oorio-sfcrect, last Monday evening; the'.chair being. filled by Mr. A. .flyfe," M.L 0.,: and the vice-chair occupied by .Mr. M, Treacey, Alderman. The number of of guests who sut down to table may be given at about fourscore, .including sevoral members of the Legislature, the Geelong Corporation, and other public bodies. The fact of another meeting against the 53rd clause in the New Constitution Bill having boen held simulta neously, with, this banquet, may be regarded as a principal cause of so few persons being pre sent at the diuticr. We notice that our con temporaries havo .published the reported speeches of Mr. Duffy, Mr. O'Slianassy, and t.he llev. Mr. Birmingham ; but at tbisdis tunce of time, and with such limited apnea at our disposal, wo do not...
POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
POLITICAL INTELLIGENCE. ;. Sir Robert Peel delivered a lecture recently at the Public Hall, Leamington, entitled, " An Evening with the Poets j with recitals of beautiful and powerful passages ; or a Trip through Europe to the Seat of War; with a pocket edition of Shakspenre and the Poets-" In the course of his address, when describing a continental journey undertaken by the poet Moore, the lion, baronet said that Moore, like most young people, was determined to se^ ftS much as he could, and he travelled with a companion whose reputation lins since risen .tp an amazing height—whose travels had not always been as fortunate as when he aeconr panied Tom Moore—he referred to Lord John Russell. Lord John, had, as they knew, sub sequently risen to great eminence, aud had recently made a most unfortunate journey to Vienna to discuss four points. The first', second, and fourth points were conccdcd, and first half of the third; but he upset the last half of the third, and then came back and ...
LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. DEATH OF ADMIRAL BRUAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
DEATH OF ADMIRAL URUAT. The news cast a gloom over Paris on fclie 2Gih November. Admiral Bruat was but 59 years of age, ami'no French Admiral enjoyed a higher reputation. Admiral Bruat was an Alsatian, having been born at Colmar, on May 2G, 1796. He was educatod at the nuval school at Brest, and in 1815 he entered the navy as an aspirant of the first clasB. In 1827 he becamo lieutenant de vaisseau, and with that rank was in command of the Adventure brig at tlio blockado of Algiers, The brig ran aground, and Lieutenant Bruat being mado prisoner with his crew, was confined in an Al gerian prison until the taking of the city by the French some weeks afterwards. When the fleet returned to Toulon, he was, as a matter of form, tried by a court-martial, for the loss of the ship, and was honorably acquitted. The next year he was promoted to the rank of cap tain de frigate, and after successively com manding the Icna and Triton, he was sent, in 1843, as a captain de vaisseau to the Marque un...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
BUILDING MATERIALS, GN SALE, AT GRIPE'S TIMBER YARD, ; BULL STREET: . . ' ' . > 300,000 foet I in. American tongucd and ' grooved boards 100,000 feet IJ do. do. do. do. ^ ^. 250,000. feet 1 in. do. clear pino 800,000 feet 1$, 1J, and 2 in. , do. f'"20(000 feet Scotch flooring boards, Cxi X-6J 10,000 feet roofing battens ' 80,000 feet deal quartering ' ■• r 100,000 feet weather-boards ' . ■ 150,000 feet lining boards 2,000 Baltic red deals, 7, 8, and 9, x 3 solid ■ ' eUtS Vff 40,000 feet J, 3, 1 in., li, 1£, and 2 in. cedar ••••.000 doors, single and double moulded,'.nil • sizes ■ 760 pairs sashes, glazed, all sizes i- iVr 5,000 feet mouldings, various patterns ■-•r, .. .g^OO feet architraves • . . ";t ' 10,000 feet skirtiug hoards . - '• Ceclar 'lWfied Work, eonsisling'of—' - Table legs . • ! ■ Washstand do. . • Sofa'rails .. ... ' ' ■ Also, K-n „ Wheelbarrows /.vfc",■"*' '- Jrori' buckets . • . • * Bdring bits V?*. 1 '' Sledge-hammers ■ -Nails • ^ ' ' Bolts : '.f Locks '■' . i •...
SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
'Sandhurst stock market. Cur wlw :6Mioriae9 this week Imve been extremely Jimit-ed, owing lo .toe-paucity of slock adapted to our The demand ior good draught stock is still on " and we anticipate ft largo sale to-morrow, lumrig^Wuob of good upBtonding draught horses from ItofcMnmiinbidgeo to offer. The demand for good 9tock •■•'lire confJdent will be maintained for Rome time to come. " We may quote the prcseut'stats of the mnrket ce follows fflrat'elass clraughL £00.to £80; sccond do., £-10 to iflft': inferiorfrtdapted for puddling, .£23 to £38; good hMk, slow of aalo, j£'i5 to .t'iO; light haru'ese horses, Jtiti to £33; common hacks, nominal. ' Fat sheep, 10s. to 17a. 6d.; ordinary do, 10s. to lfto. '.Tip carta, light description, £22; for a good strong (trdcle light witbull .£2-1 can readily be procured. 1,. MAf'i'HKKSO.N fc CO., Auctioneers, '&lt; . ■ Horse Bazaar, PhU Mall. ■ ■ JiiadhorBt, 50th }>bnmrj-,18S0.