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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856

THIS ALL-HEALING REMEDY. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. CERTAIN CUKE I'OK SOKE KYES! Copy of a letter from Mi'. Lorintor Fison.of Afe]I.*onrno, daiod 12th Juno, 18o4.—"To Professor llolloway.— Sir—I havo much pleasure in civing my testimony to the beneficial effect of your Ointment nnd I'ill*. The hot winus prevalont here, (luring tbti summer, are very prejudicial to Hie eves, nnd rause a very painful com plaint, accompanied iiy a ceulding discharge therefrom, which too frequently results in total blindness. An acquaintance of mino had the misfortune to bo a terrible sufferer from this malady, and having a pot of yonr Ointiuorit by mo, I persuaded him to apply a little of it H-hcrt ho felt tho si-reueis merely to uilevi: to the pain (for I did imagine tor an instant that it would remove the compliant), II.; called on me tho next morning, and I wn; astonished at the difference eaused by that single npplicaliou, tho inflammation had nearly disap )«ared, arid after t'.vo more, dressings, was per...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856

MARRIED. On the 19th February, Sandhurst, by the Rev. Thomas Raston, Mr. Theodore Ballerstedt, of Magdeburg, Prussia, to Miss Dorothea Kohnike, of Elmshorn, near Hamburg.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Thursday, 28th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Thursday, 28th February, 1856. The late accidents in the quartz reefs have given rise to much conversation and discussion on the subject of blasting. I met some very intelligent men who had been engaged in mining in the " old country," and from whom I learned some com- monplace remarks, which might be made subser- vient to the miners generally. In the first place, they complained of the want of proper tools for mining ; next, of the careless manner in which " shots" were often put in, the persons performing   the operation never thinking about clearing the   powder from the surface of the bore, and frequently   remaining in sight of the blast during the explo- sion ; and, perhaps the most important of all, want of care in extracting shots that have missed fire. Water is in all cases poured into the powder, which with the application of the fine end of the clearing rod is made into paste, and with...

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BALLAARAT. (From the Argus Correspondent.) February 25, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856

BALLAARAT. (From the Argus Correspondent.) February 25, 1856. Mining operations have experienced no material change since my last communication. The Chalk and Hard Hills still continue to attract attention, but are rather sinking in public estimation. Fresh payable ground continues to be opened : few heavy "finds," however, have during the week, been made. That many are doing well is certain, but an immense number are doing nothing. Magpie Gully is again looking up, one or two holes having been bottomed in a different position from the original lead, which having proved " golden holes," have led to the belief that a second lead exists. Sebastopol Hill maintains its character, but Hiscock's Gully is nearly deserted.   The Gravel Pits and Eureka Leads are steadily progressing, but nothing worthy of notice has taken place, Fresh extended claims on worked ground are being taken up in every direction, and much machinery is in the course of erection. The performance of the tr...

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LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT. WHIPPING AN EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856

LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT. WHIPPING AN EDITOR. In our leat number we published a speech of Madame Lola Montes ; relative to the misunder- standing between her and Mr. Seekamp of the   Times. It being then generally understood, that " war to the whip" had been-declared by the belli- gerents, public excitement was on the stretch, and on Tuesday many and various were the enquiries as to the progress of the campaign. The tactics of each were humorously discussed, and while a   few seemed to have faith in the editorial thunders and the assertion " that he would write her down," the opinion of the majority was, that on this occa-   sion at least, the pen would be found unequal to the power of woman's tongue, and the counter as- sertion, that " she would talk him down," would in the end be found nearer the truth. Rumor— which on such occasions is the mistress- of men's minds— asserts that on Tuesday afternoon Madame went to the Fancy Bazaar Lottery, at...

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LAND SALE AT SANDHURST. Sale of Crown Lands at Sandhurst on Tuesday, the 26th February, 1856. Lockwood. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 March 1856

LAND SALE AT SANDHURST. Sale of Crown Lands at Sandhurst on Tuesday, the 26 February, 1808.     Lockwood. Price         Acre per     Price per Acre. Purchaser's Name   Zi . at a. n. r. £. 6. . H , li .. 8 .. ,03 30:.. 32 -2 Patrick Kelly 15 .. S .. 1 2. .. 17 o John Hemming ' . •' : Maroug, 0 .. 1 .. 40 1 2 .. 1 10 Jus. O'Loiighlin•'and ; Dim. O'Dca ■. . ... ' Strathfieldsaye   1 ..10 .. '17.1 37 .. , 1 0 Jas. O'Loughlin and Dan O'Dea   2 .. 10 ... 04 1 2-1 .. 10 Ditto • . 3 .. 18 . , 46, 3 8 £1 0s John Frawley   4 .. 16 56 2 28 £1 0s John Frawley       Axedale         10 .. 1 .. 10 0 32 .. 1 0 Michl. F. Costelloe 11 .. -1 .. 22" 12 ..3 0 Ditto ■ 12 .. 1 .. 28 122.. 1, 0 Charles Boyle     13 1 .. 05:0 22 .. • 1 0 - Ditto , U. ....

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. On Saturday evening last, Jiulwer's play of the Laity of Lyons was presented at this theatre, with the after piece of lUack-Eytd Susan, which latter, we understand, will be repeated this evening. We entertained an opinion that Mr. Coleman's company acted under great disadvantages in the little theatre attached to the Crite rion Hotel, and that the public could form but a very inadequate.judgment of their merits or capabilities, per-" forming within such nairow limits. The result of their removal to the spacious uud handsome theatre, in which they now perform, proves Hint an enlarged sphere of action is as important for the exhibition of ability upon the mimic stage of the theatre, as it is upon the great stage of life. In fact, if the comedians of the Criterion, ladies and gentlemen, were not familiar faces, we should not recognise them to be our old friends of " the house next door,'* with which, now that they have risen in the world, they disclaim "all...

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LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT. POLICE COURT. 27th February. (Before Captain Yignolles,) LOLA MONTES V. H. SEEKAMP, LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

LOLA MONTES AT BALLAARAT. POLICE COURT. 27tU February. (Before Captain Yiguolles,) LOLA MONTHS V. H. 8EBKAMP, UDBI-. In this case Mr. Lewis appeared for the com plainant, and Mr. Trench for the defendant. The proceedings were opened by the Clerk of the Court reading the information of Madame Lola Montes, sworn before Mr. Warden Daly. Tho information sot forth that Mr. II. Soekamp, as the editor, pro prietor, and publisher of tho Times and Southern Cross newspaper, had published cortain malicious and defamatory libels, regarding the character of Madame Lola Montes, which appeared in his jour, ual on the 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, and 22nd of February. The information particularised the fol lowing as libpllous:— First, the undermentioned extract from the let ter of " Civis," which appeared in tho 1 imes of the 18th inst. " The press should be a moral guide to the people; and how can it discharge that duty when it fosters an unhealthy excitement about one who, to say the least, has no cla...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 1st March, 185[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 1st March. 1850. Mr. M'Laclilan, the Stipendiary Magistrate, again took liis seat on tlie Bench this morning, when one ease—a charge of Jog-stealing—appeared on the list, anil which, in the absence of the prosecutor, was remanded till Monday at 10 o'clock. Monday, !3rd March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Drujtk axd Disorderly.—Edward Sherwood, Fran cis Maber, Bobert Biddle, and Robert Salisbury, were each fined 403., or three days imprisonment; Henry Bobbins, 10s.; and Win. Groves and Patrick Callighan, 0s. Fioutiko and Cheating a Disturbance is the Street.—George Reeves, James Pallace, Frederick John Robson, Michael Walsh, ntul Johu Ward, were charged with this offence. It appeared that two of the defendants, James Pallace and Michael Walsh, were walking along Pall Mall in the vicinity of the Post Office, when George Reeves and John Ward drove heedlessly up the Mall, and nil and almost over the defendants, Pallace and Walsh, who threw ston...

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EUROPEAN MISCELLANEOUS. (From the European Times, Dec. 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

EUROPEAN MISCELLANEOUS. f From the European Times, Dec. G.J Bounino of the American Packet.ship Con stitution in thb Meksey.—We regret to report the loss, by (ire, of the American ppclfe^sbip Conr stitution. which arrived in tl\e viyer an Tuesday evening, from New York. The Constitution is a line ship of above 1200 tons, and sailed from Now York for this port on the 1st of November, with the following cargo :—700 bales cotton, 7210 sacks wheal, 4089 brls. flour, 10 bales rags, 029 brls. rosin, anil-110 brls. spiritiiof turpentine. Yesterday morning she was discovered to be on fire, lint in what what part of the ship ot.miduot be well ascer tained. The Cunard steam-tenders .Satellite and j Jackal were in attendance, and. with other steam l tugs rendered every assistance hy pumping into the ship and nssiing in the removal of the cargo. The fire continuing to gain ground, the Constitution was beached above Book Perry. About two o'clock j the flames burst forth iu the after part of the ...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. ONE DAY'S LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND (From the Melbourne Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS, ONE DAY'S LATER NEWS FROM ENGLAND (From the Melbourne Morning Herald.) j Via New York we have Liverpool news to the [ 8th November, but there is nothing of importance from the seat of war. Parliament was prorogued till the 31st of January, then to meet for business. It is a very noticeable circumstauce, that the as sertions of the British Press on the subject of peace negotiations are quite at variance with those of influential continental papers. The French and English armies in the Crimea had received large reinforcements, and the allied camps hacl been united by a bridge of boats. The llussians were erecting immense batteries to pro tect the northern forts. The British Admiralty publish Lieut. Geneste's account of the Hango affair, but itcontains nothing new. Gen. Canrobert is said to hove hinted that he will have the command-in chief of the next Baltic campaign when the two allied armies will be landed—one in Finland, and the other in Cour land. At Kiel he ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

THE WEEICL Y AD VER TISER, PUBLISHED EVE11Y FRIDAY MOKNING, At the office op tue 11 Bexdioo Advertiser," Pall Mall, Sandhurst. THIS Journal will contain the latest news of local interest, up to the hoar of publication, and copious extracts, carefully selected, from the European papers, relative to the War and its progress, and other import ant. subjects. The Mining Ink-rests will ho carefully studied, and full'reportArespecting the mines and miners, from " our own Wining Keporter/' as well as extracts from the va rious rnimrtn; papers, will bo inserted in each issne.^ As it is intended to make this New Journal >i faithful chronicle of passing events, an extensive circulation is expected on the goldfields, as well as in the agricultural districts, where the ISendhjo Advertiser has already n lurge circulation. Agencies have been established in this colony, at Epsom,'Eagle Hawk, Lockwood, Heathcote, Castle maine, Ballaarat, Maryborough and Melbourne. SUBSCRIPTION: j Per Quarter ... ...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1856. MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PHOORESSION, OUR BIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, ftlARCH 4, 1850. MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. There is a class of men, who look upon property as a thing existing in. the world, in the same light as despots regard the power to govern their sub i jecta—of " Divine right.". When Mr. Drummond, | an officer of engineers, was sent as U nder Secre ) tary to Ireland, lie caused a storm of indignation among the landed proprietors, of that country, when he ventured [to tell them, authoritatively, that " property had its duties as well as its rights," it was to their ears a revolutionary doctrine as pernicious as any of the Communist school of politics in France or elsewhere. They could not comprehend the principle so long recognised and acted upon in England, that the working man who had spent the vigor and labor of liia youth in the' accumulation of capital, for the benefit of others, at rates of wages which precluded his making a' provision for sickness or old ag...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, March 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

LOCAL COU11T. Saturday, March 1st. Presout. —- the Chairman, Messrs. O'Conor, Tkrarau, Knight, Ensov, Clissold, Hosken, and Wetherell. The minutes of tho last meeting were read and confirmed. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES. Isaac Rains and throe others applied for 20 yards j of a reef, in Opossum OruHy. Mr. Clissold moved and Mr. O'Conor secondo', " That tho lease be granted."—Carried. Charles Darby and John Chapman applied for 25 yards of a reef, opposite the Hibernian Hotel, at Golden-square. Mr. O'Conor moved and Mr. Clissold seconded, "That the lease be granted."—Carried. DISPUTES, HARTSHORNE V. PARRY. This case had previously been before the Court, when the defendant had been given time to finish the erection of a machine. He had, however, been unsuccessful. The defendant consented to pay the complain ants £20 for their loss of time, &c., in assisting him, and that the partnership should be dissolved Pro forma the Court made an order to that effect, the matter having been sett...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

Merchandise. ' BUILDING- MATERIALS. " ON SALE, AT GRIPE'S TIMBER YARD, BULI^. STREET: . . 300,000 foot 1 in. American tongued and : grooved boards •, . 100,000 feet do. do. do. do. j . . '250,000 feet 1 in. do. clear pine . 300,000 feet 1J, 1J, and 2 in. do. v» •• ■ 20,000 feet Scotch flooring boards, 6x1 1-5J },[, ,■ 10,000 feet roofing battens iu 80,000 feet deal quartering ,100,000 feet wcathor-boards ,. . 180,000 feet lining boards t ' ?,0QQ Baltic red deals, 7, 8, and 9, x 3 solid '• • '.C'S 40,000 feet. J, 3, 1 in., 11, li, and 2 in. cedar COO doors, ainglo and double moulded,.all •i-.jtA . sizes vy. .-- ■ * t , 750 pairs sashes, glazed, all sizes .6,000 feet mouldings, various patterns] \ ■yl_ 8,000 feet architraves J f. . 10,000 feet skirting boards . ; . Cbdar 'I'arnod Work, consisting of— ' Table legs " * . Washstand do. Sofa rails Also, Wheelbarrows Iron bnckets Boring bits Bledge hammers •LV -- . ..Nails v^\o.> Bolts , Locks ■v..'. .. ' 8tnith's coala * Vis ? Do. .vyc...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Friday, 29th February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.. (/•'ram the Melbourne Papers.} Friday, 29th Iiebi\iavy,.loob.* The Speaker took .the chair a few minutes atter; tliree o'clock. I : ■ PETITIONS. j Mr. Humffray presented a petition from Mr. Branch, a civil engineer, complaining of the imper fect state of the patent laws. The lion, member ! gave notice of liis'inSontion to rriovean address to his Excellency for a return of all the letters-patent j granted since Marc.h, 185i.'. . Mr. Pyke presentedya'petitiou from a diggers' ! committee at Cas'lemaine, praying that the camp j,resetve might be open to miners on condition of their restoring it to its former-state, and asking also the iemoval.'of the Resident Warden'. • 1'lte petition was read, and a discussion ensued! Ultimately it was determined, on the motion of ' Mr. Wilis, that the petition should not be received. • M>\'Goodman presented a petition from seventy farmers and landowners resident at Bacchus Marsh and the Pent-land Hills, against the Govern men...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

Auctions. TUESDAY, llth MARCH. LMACPHERSOls and CO. have reoeired instrue • tions to sell by auction, on Tuesday,the 1 Ui'ibst., tit their rooms, Pall Mall, at 12 o'clock, All that valuable Building Land, the comer of' Williamson-street and Hargraves-street, having a frontage of 116 feet to :Willian son-street, and 74 feet to Hargrave«-itr«et. ill one or more lots, to suit purchasers. WITHOUT RESERVE. 549mar.ll TUESDAY, llth MARCH. Land ! Land! ! Land ! !! LMACPHERSON AND CO. have receired''in* t striietions to sell bj auction, on Tuesday next, the 11th March, at 12 o'clock, All those desirable Allotments of LAND, Being Allotroonts 4, Section B, ' 2, do. a, 7, do. 4. Township of Ragle H»wk. In ono or more lots to suit purchasers. No Ke6erve. 558mirll THUIISDAY, 6th MARCH. To "Capitalists, Publicans, Wine and Spirit Mereh&nta, ftud Others. LMACPHERSON and CO. have received iustruo • tions from Mr. Woolltuid, to dispose of by pab* lio competition, on the premises, Golden Squar...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

SEIIPBID&3 INTELLIGENCE. OF MELBOUKXK. it": ARRIVSI>. Feb. 28.—Visitant Canniug, ship, from London; l7ih November, wittt#wclv« c»T>tu 'pjvssengers. '• • Feb. .'20.—Agnes, schooner,' from Adelaide 18tli iiist., with four Chinese passengers.—"Whits Swan,;s.s.s., from Adelaido 20th, and. Portland 28th iiist., ivill) sixteen cab'm, and ninety steerage, passengers.—Alster, Ham burgh barque, irom Valparaiso lltli -December.—Mont rose, Swedish barquo, from Elsiuore Hlh November, via Cape Town„10th' January.' ftfajnh 1.—Mandarin, American ship, from New York 31st December, with five cabin passengers.—Maria Tlie wja,JTBch.Q'D'ner, ..from Newcastle, N.S.W. — Marion, barque, from Calcutta 7tli January,' with two cabin pas sengers.—Telegraph, A.S.N.' Co.'s s.s., from Sydney 27 th ulE;," with thirteen cabin, and sixty steerage, passengers. —Milford, barque,-from Valparaiso 1-ltli November.— Vancouver, American ship, from New York 5th Decem ber, with six cabin passengers.—Firefly, b...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (From Monday's Argu.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. (From Montlui/'s Argiis.) Daring die past week a steady,trade with the interior lias teen., cnrrieil on, niid although the storekeepers at the various goldfields hiive" scarcely commenced laying in. the if winter stocks,- many transactions have taken place rf6i: .largff Amounts.'' The growing easiness in the flour market has had a beneficial eft'ect on. trade, and hut. for the rising spirit of speculation everything promises well for a bifsy closc to the season. We would by no means be understood to say'that. an undue speculation exists in our import mnrlcet, but rather that the spirit of gpeculntiou has shown itself in a few articles, which, if encouraged by succcss, would be likely to bring about a return of the old system of overtrading, out of,which, we have but just happily escaped with so few scars. ..It was tliis spirit which last winter caused those extraordinary fluctuations which resulted in many articles being cheaper one hundred miles ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 4 March 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE." SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office,. • Monday Evenincr. Gold remains at £3 10s. Cd. • "■ ' — " To-day, a lively competition existed among the gold brokers. The morning's business commenced with the last quotation, £8 10s. 0d.;.but towards the evenfiig:> £8, 10s. 9d- and £3 17s. was occasionally offei^vljy competing buyers.

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