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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
Auctions. TUESDAY,' 1Kb MAJiCH. LMAOPHERSON and CO. have received talroo. I tions to »ill bv auction, ou Tuesday, tha Mth in»t„, at their rooms, Pall Mall, at IS o'clock, All that valuable Building Land;' the ooroer of Williamson-street and Hargraves «tr«et. having a frontage of 116 feet tq Williaa son-street, and 74 feet to IIargr»ves-«tr«6t, iu one or more lots, to suit purolJasera. . WITHOUT RESERVE. . ffl9nuujli TUESDAY, 11th MARCH. : j I>and 1 . Land! ! Land !!! LMACPHERSON AND CO. have received io* > structions to sell by auction, on Tnetdaf next, the 11 th March, at 12 o'clock, All those desirable Allotments of LAND, Being Allotments 4, Section 3, 2, do. 8, 7, do. 4. TowTwbip of Eagle Hawk. In one or more lots to suit purchasers. No Reserve. 658raarl THURSDAY, 6th MAKCH. &lt; To Capitalists, Publicans, Wine and Spirit' Merehaol#, und Others. ' . 5 . LJ1ACPHERSON and CO. haw rewired in^cuo I tiotis from Mr. Woollaai, to dispose of by-poU lic competition, on the p...
BENDIGO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
. ... BENDIGO MARKETS. I p. Jones reports lor tlie week— flour.—Adelaide, per ton, £-13 ; Chilian, i-10. Otia.'—Colonial, per bnslicl, 10e. J ran.—4*. 3d. per bttkhcl. ■ Burltr.—10s. per buebel. i'ldtfay.—Oitfln, £14. per ton. ■ -JVlafoes.—£18 per ton. OaioBji.—per ton. Ittee.—Pataa'diMsod, £37 per toil; utulrw&etl, £28. Hopj.—Bavarian, Is. per lb. tmgar.—-ibarlt; £18 to £50 ptr ion ; light, £53 lo p«r tori:;' . Candles.—8p«nn, la. 0d. to Is. lOd. per tb. $ntt«r.—Cork, Is. Od. to Is. lOd. per lb. •• Sordines, 1b. -id.; quarter tins, lis. per iloz-eu ) l«df fjpB,l7s.do. ' Tifkloz.—Pints, 13«. to 129. Od. per dozen. TeV-rCongoH; i!8 per cheat. Bottled. SKA), per dozen. J-MO&, JV 9d. to la. lOd. per lb. £ • ' . . S. JONEB, Auett&lt;me«r. I A^etteo Jdsctv Pall- MalL • i "• Johta'a Horse Repository, Bendigo, 09th February, 1830. Sin past w«ek hea been a bUsy one for our markets. Q& Saturday lust an exceedingly fine mob of broken io stock wm submitted to th...
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. "The Weekly Advertiser."—In order to meet the convenience of b considerable'portion of the mining population, we have been induced to make arrangements, which arc now completed, by which we are enabled to issue a weekly editiou of the Bentliijo Advertiser, which will be henceforth published every Friday morning. It will contain all the local and general news of the preced ing week, lis it has been recorded in Hie tri-weekly publication of this paper, besides copious and carefully selected extracts from the European journals. Th leaders, original matter, and other intelligence will be classified under separate heads, for the convenience of easy reference. The paper will contain eight pages of intelligence, being the size of the Melbourne Weekly Aye, and will be sold at the same price, namely—One Shilling. An advertisement will appear in our next issue, stating further particulars. For the information of our advertising friends, we may state that the terms for adve...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bcnd'ujo Advertiser. Sir,—ThankB to tlio members of the Bond Corami ttee. iliey have at last succeeded in erecting a bridge oil the Epsora Road, over which a horse lias already broken n leg. Such a scandalous piece of architecture never ap peared before the public, and we trust our worthy mem ber of Council and resident of Epsom, Mr. Simons, will still persevere, nnd impress upon his brother members the actual necessity of replacing a substantial bridge for the one unworthy of the name. H. J. STIVENS. [We have made inquiry, and learn that there is good cause for complaint in this case. We insert our corre spondent's letter in the hope that tha bridge may be repaired.—Ed. B. A.J
THE WOOL TRADE. (From the European Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
THE WOOL TRADE. (From the European Times.) In an article on the growing importance of the Liverpool Wool Market, in our publication of May 5, wo pointed out the great and daily increash g advantages which tho Mersey liaa over the Thames in tha receipt and sale of that material. We shall follow up the subject in detail at no distant day. In tho moantiino, wo may briefly notice the allu sion to this subject in tho circular of Messrs. J. H. Clough and Co., Wool-brokers, of Melbourne. Those gentlemen, whose sympathies aro all in favor of London, have evidently taken alarm at the strik ing facts which we placed before our Australian readers, and have endeavored to lessen the eflect by reiterating statements which we effectually dis posed of in the article referred to. Messrs. Olough and Co. inontion an instanco in which an Austra liau shipper obtained a better price in London than Liverpool lor the aamo wools. Were tho woolb exactly of tho same description? Might not the better article h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
BliKDIGO A D VE JIT J S Ell j JOBBING AND GENEUAI, PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. | MESSRS. MACKAY AIs-I> CO. j Bog leave to acquaint their friends and the public, that they ] have completed arrangements for the addition of a Jobbing and General Printing Ofilco to their present Establishment, by which tlioy arc enabled to oxccutc Jobfi of every rarloty, Books, Pamphlets, Public Documents, Catalogues, &c» POSTERS, IK TUB VARIOUS SIZES, .Pi/iift and (glared; CARDS NUSTBD IN Till! KEATK8T STTI.C, Flain, Colored, and Ornamented. In addition to tho abovo, thoy hayfl procured founts of Italian Script, and other ornamented letter typo, by. which Cheque*, BUI* of Exchongo, lUceipt Hoota, &c., &lt;tc., can be executed with m great perfection an In any other office In tho Colonies. t I 635" Ttw ecalo of charges art* calculatod In strict confbwnUy j | with tho MELBOURNE PRICES. I
WHAT THE PAMAMA RAILWAY WILL EFFECT. (From the European Times.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
WHAT THE TAMA MA RAILWAY WILL EFFECT. CFrom the European Times.) By the latst West India mail the British public wore put in possession of nn interesting document, the production of Colonel Totter, the chief engineer of the Panama Railway, relative to that undertaking, which was commenced in January, 1850, and opened in January this year; and, although five years may appear a great length of time for the completion of a line only forty-seven miles in length, measured by the rapidity with which we commence and finish similar works in this count ry and in America, yet, considering the difficulty of tho task in so remoto a district, and the numer ous obstacles with which the engineer had to con tend, it is highly creditable to the skill and inge nuity of the gallant colonel that ho was enabled to bring his professional labors to a close within the period wo have specified. But in truth, the statistics with which this re port a1 onnds, referring, as they do, in the main, to the railway,...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNK. 'jmnivEp. Feb. 20.—Clarcuce, g.s., from Lanneeston, Sflth iust., wlth'flftoen cabin and thirteen, steerage passengers— Xwrja^ birque, from Newcastla,-N.S.W., 10th instant— Jimily, Danish barqne, fr&lt;5m Copenhagen, (!th Nov.— yeaelia, e.g., from Launeeston, 2Slh inslant, with two e»}>lu and eighteen steerage pnssongers—Champion, s.s.s., &oto Portland nnd Warnnuibool, 20th insumt, with six Wtn w>Ia'4iidifotiy-iiiue stcorag'e ftassengerf. Feb, .38.—Bmrua Prwcott, brig,:.t'roni Hobart Town, 31m iurt«nt,''inth threo cabin and-, nino steerage pas eeagew—KUmiUtith. schooner, from'Port Fairy,jjSOtli buiaat. — SAILED. vi>K yt. —-Ame«r, barque, for Hobart Town; Kmily AUiwo, oehooner, for Adelaide : Splendido, brig, for IslandsPilot, nohoonor, and Don Pedro II, jjtfor Ilob&rt Town; Onnngomla, ship, for Bom Wj j Aoi,"steamer, for Hobart Town; Benjamin lleape, baiqiw, rdr'-fihanglitti. 5#b. 88>rMald of tbq Yftrra,' s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
Sandhurst ilrectory. ABBOTT'SClateof Birmingham) •' Australian Hotel," White Hills-road. An ordinary at ono o'clock, daily.. 6apr30 DELAIDE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bonglxt. . Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridgo-strcot. John Harney, proprietor. CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS in Velvet. Morocco, and all descriptions of Bindings, at the Catholic Hook Depot, 139 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. Dr. Caliill's Lottor to Lord Palmerston " free by post for 12 penny stamps. 542c CO. M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-water • Manufacturer, Mcrae-atreet. Late C. and J. M'Donald. COOPER & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. marl COHN BROTHERS,' Cider, Syrup, and Cordial Manufacturers, Bridge-street.. 666rnarll DR. WALL, Bosquet and RnglanStreets, White Hills Hamlet. 7th White Hill. GW. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and . General Commission Agent, next the Post Office. HOLLINGSWORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD & DIXON, Lemonado, ...
SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
. SANDHURST..H10DUC.E MARKET. During the week there has been a fair business doing. BocxU keep pouring in which no doubt tend to reduce jrlpes. >¥kmr-—continues dull aufl difficult of sale. Our pre -:*an\ quotations are, Chilian £4.0; Adelaide £43 per ton. ; p*»ts—qaitt; email lots ore moved at 9s. to 9s. 0d. fciiSjeoUi; 10s. for Colonial. vBrim1—e*aier, present value about Us. 9d. to 4a. per JkuSI.,' Haj—aiarket well supplied at £14 to £15 per ton. Barlej-^lOa, pcrbunhel. - ■ B«gaps—oontiuuo A-erv firm, DOa. is required for Hau *Mhs du-k ; 00s. for Cossipore. Riefr—vwv quiet at 34a. for Patna. • .M'JlicJtles^pTnts lis.; quarts l'Gs. - fetter^—In. 9d. per lb. Kfooes,.^.'15 to £18 per ton, market l\ill. CVv t. MACPHERSON & CO., ^ •' ,' Auctioneers, PaJl Mall. J^ViWtty^th, 1856.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. - SANDHURST GOLD CIItCULAH. Advertiser Office, ■ Friday Evening. tt«1d i« quoted at £3 lGsu (id., with nu upuurd tcn . ..Asbaj". ,•.Bannerman, of ilio Bonk Gold Office, View Point the price ot gold dust continues firm at 76s. Od. off ee-the '• rapture of llie arrangement between the t)*o»yhe; prjco at the vnrion* gold-fields lias been son. •idertt^j in' advance of thu jirico in Melbourne. The . Melbourne circulars de.vcribo the deronud for gold dust »M*eee&lt;M0[5, th#, supply, ftiid'.the price there lio.s conse , «jOeo(ly beSn slowlv creeping up. but while we continue give the higher-price the bulk of the production irill b« sold npon the spot. L»6t .escort took down iipwards of 20,000 ounces. . vThU aslrtiordiutiry quantity is uol (lie.production of one .'.iripek. Abo'it one-half is sent down by one of the large • bayis^ establishments, nnd na their atock, which hua b^en accumulating for aoine months, is not yet exhausted W« way espeel a. feir more...
LATEST EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE. (From the European Times, 6th Dec.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
LATEST EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE. fFrom the European Times, Gth Dec.) | Not the least interesting event of the fortnight is the visit of Prince Albert to Birmingham, which rook place on Thursday last, for the pur pose of enabling his Royal Highness to lay the foundation-stono of a building for the promotion of industrial science. The new building is to be cal led the Birmingham and Midland Institute,—one ot those new creations destined to form a medium between the mechanics' institute and the ancient and modern college. All the wealth, rank, and beauty of the midland counties were present on this interesting occasion. When Prince Albert appeal's in public, and the opportunities are rare, he carefully prepares himself and his brief but elegant speech on this occasion was a condensed essay on the advantages of scientific training, just telling enough to impress the minds of his hearers without fatiguing them. The scope and matter of i this model speech were quite worthy of th...
GEELONG. (From the Correspondent of the Argus.) Wednesday, 27th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
GEELONG. (From the. Correspondent of the Arms.) fl Wednesday, 27th February, lftoG. I I regret to 1 cur 11 that Geelong is about to lose one of its oldest and most untiring friends, by the immediate departure for England of James Har rison, Esq., M.L.C. Few men have been more assiduous and painstaking in any object than Mr, Harrison has been in the studied and persevering efforts which ho has never ceased to make for the advancement of this his adopted home, and if, during a long and public career of something like fifteen years now, he has laid himself open occa sionally to censure for his eccentricities and crochets, we cannot help forgettin-,' these minor faults, as they are far outweighed by his determined and unflinching, but unassuming," advocacy of the best interests of this port. Mr. Harrison will le:ivo the colony by the Morning Star, on the 12th March, and will probably be absent twelve months. He will immediately resign (if be has not already done so) his seat as member f...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, 29th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, 29th February. msent: Tiie Chairman, Councillors Simons, Hay cock, Jones, and Bell. The minutes of the last meeting were read nnd confirmed. The Clerk read a letter from the office of the Surveyor-General, stilting that the Local Govern ment Surveyor had been instructed to supply the Council with a map of the Municipal District, pre vious to their making the request; and that he had also been instiucted to extend the 11th sec., tion of the Towns' Act to the said Municipality. The following is the section Upon tho exten sion of any of the provisions of this Act to any city or town in Victoria, the Surveyor-General, or any person deputed by him, shall sot out the breadth of tho carriage and footways in tho streets and public places of every such city or town, and shall cause the said footways to be markod by posts at the corners and intersections^ of the streets, and the carriage and footways, when so set out, shall be deemed to be tho camago and footways re...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne papers.) Thursday, 28th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. CFrom.the Melbourne papers.) Thursday, 28th February. 185t>. The Speaker took the chair at ten mluuteB paBt 3 o'clook. PETITIONS. Mr. Rae presented a petition from the inhabit ants of Richmond, praying tho House to cause the Committee on Railways to take evidenco in refer once to connecting Richmond and Prahran with the Melbourne, Brighton, and St. Kilda Railway. NOTICES. Mr. Wills gavo notice of hia intention to intro duce a bill to provide for tho registration of stock imported from tho neighboring colonies. Mr. Lftlor gavo notice of hia intention to move an address to his Excellency for copies of the cor respondence which had passed between tho Go vernment and Mr. Wigley in veferonco to land sales at Muckleford. STEAM POSTAL COMMUNICATION. Mr. Greeves brought up the report of tho Com mittee on Steam Postal Communication, and moved that it be printed. This having been agreed to, ' Mr. Greeves moved tho suspension of tho stand ing orders, in order that tho H...
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
INQUEST. ;Yflstorday. the.Coroner,' Dr. Roche, held an inquest ill the Board- Boom of the Bendigo Hospital, 011 th'j body of William Lowry, reported to lmvc been found dond on the floor of one of the ward-rooms on the morning of the 28th instant. The following jury was sworn :—Messrs. Pemberton, Ilnuter, Stephen Gibbon, George Webb, Frederick Kirk ham, Richard Ross, G. 0. Sheepway, 0. Cooper, G. Stewart, Charles Aldsworth, J. F. Gunter, J. Wood, and Bauiuel Macord, foreman. Having viewed the body in the dead-bonse, the jury returned to the Board-room, when Dr. Kranz was called, who said he was Houso Surgeon at the Hospital. The deceased had entered it on the Otli' ihst. He was aa Bering from disease of tlie heart. At half-past 11 o'elock on the night of the S7th inst. he saw Win, he was Bitting up partially dressed ; be was coughing. Be oxpeeted him 10 die by tho morning. Ho breathed wflh' difficulty, and his puKio was very feeble. He told film to goto bed, and told tho wardsmau, Fr...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, 28th February. Before Messrs. Panton and Standish. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, *38ih February. Before Mesbr*. Pimton and Staurliulii DnusK and niEonpKELY.—riiouiua Cleaver was fiued •10s., or three days'imprisonment. Lakcekv.—John, i\ Maori, was charged with stealing a Panama-hut vnlnud at loa. He pleaded guilty. It appeared that on Saturday last,' the prisoner went into the prosecutor's, shop, and having been seeil to take up something was followed, when the hat in question wan found under his shirt. lie was sentenced to one month's imprisonment. Assault.—Clmrl^s Euibling was charged with this oll'ence by Daniel Hermann. • , Mr, Pitman appeared for the prosecution ; Mr. Cutten for the defence. Tlio prosecutor. stated that ho wo a n digger,' and a matu of the defendant, from whom, in consequence of disagreements, lie had agreed to separate. Abont fivo o'clock on Tuesday last, he weut to Specimen Qillly, Jo their tent, when tile defendant came home drunk, and when he tried to put hiB tiling's in the tent pushed him back. 13y M...
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISES. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1856. THE LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
THE BENDIGO ADVERTISES. PROOBKSSIOX, OUJ1 EIGHTS, AH1> OIJK RESOURCES. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1850. THE LATEST NEWS. In this issue, and the " Supplement" which ac companies it, we furnish our readers with copious extracts of the most recent events connected with the operations of the war, and the most prominent incidents of European and American politics. It is highly gratifying to perceive that the intelligence from the United States is of a pacific | character, a result which from the commencement we anticipated. There are always to be found in every country, even where education iB most widely diffused, numbers of ignorant men, of de praved habits, to whom the steady pursuit of in dustry is distasteful—who find time, when occasion offers, to exhibit wonderful activity in promoting mischief. When these exertions are directed in a course of action, favored bynation.il jealousies and prejudices, and countenanced by even a few re spectable enthusiasts or designing traders in poli tics...
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856
.NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. In eoaffwiQonco of tho Introduction of improved printing machinery, wo shall hoacefor»*ard bo oaablod to offer flevorai advantages to oar advertising friends, which hitherto wo have boon unable to afford thom. In ftitnro all alterations or countermands of standing adver tisements, sent in by six o'clock p.m. on tho evening beforo publication, will bo attended to. All new advertisements forwarded to tho CWfloe before six o'clock on tho evening previous to publication, will henceforward be arranged under their respective beads, ou their tirat inser tion in our coiutnus. Advertisements will be received for insertion up to nine o'clock f.SL on tho ovenlng before publication; but, In order to ensure • their appearance jn the front page under their respective classified hejvds, they should lx; pent la by 6 P.M.