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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHUBST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

^COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE, " • SANDHUBST GOLD OlilCULAH. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. The price of gold is £3 1 Of. Oil. An uncertainty ux- ■] ists as to what will be tho.ruling price to-day. That an i advanee on the present quotation will be'given there is-' no '^onbt. It is thought it'will got as high us 77s. to , ' Mr. Bannerman reports — .'.The /pi-ice of gold, has not undergone any decided: alteration during the week, but it lias lieen" very mVl' steady, and has waverwl according to the particular cir-; ciinist-ances of the transaction between' 70s. Od. and 7s., AVe cannot therefore, this week,make tin accurate and indisputable quotation of..the price as we are generally', able to do; nor can wo commit ourselve.-; to any liguri - as. lifcely to rule to-day. This unsteadiness seems t" have .been produced—on the one hand by an instinctive feeling in the public miud that the price had reached its luaximuni and a consequent desire to sell, and dii the other by the wisli of the...

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SYDNEY. (From the Empire, March 1.) CANDIDATES FOR PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

SYDNEY. (From the Empire, March 1.) CANDIDATES FUI1 PARLIAMENT. The Legislative Council was dissolved yester day, and in the course of this month the people will have to make tholr choice of new representa tives. Tho seats to he filled fifty.four; tho num ber of candidates is ninety-eight. We have attempted to classify the names under something like party principles, but it appears impossible to bring a considerable number of them to any political standard. About one-half of tho total number may bo set down as decidedly against the now Constitution, according to their declared opinions ; and of tho rest, many express a kind of subdued hostility to the principles of that rcoa sure. Out of tho thirty-six elective members of the old Council, thore are twonty-oight again Holloiting tho suffrages of tho electors, and with these gentlemen are nssooiat^l ono nominee, Jlr. ' Barker, and two official members, Mr. PhiDkett ami Mr. Manning, making altogether thirty-one members of (lie former H...

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ST. DAVID'S DAY. (From the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

ST. DAVID'S DAY. (From the Argus.) The first celebration of th»-ir national festive day by Welsh colonists came off with considerable eclat on Saturday. There was a pu -lie dinner at the New Imperial Hotel, Elizabeth-street, under the efficient management of Messrs. Smith and Davies. The catering was first-rate, and gave unqualified satisfaction. Af or dinner the. President, the Rev. A. P. J ones, delivered an eloquent address. He said that he felt groat pleasure in meeting with so many of Ills fellow-countrymen on that festive occasion, who, lika himself, had traversed the mighty doep, and had chosen this far-distant spot as their home for the remainder of their days. That was their first anniversary of St. David's Day in this city,—a day which, he trusted, would bo marked by a flow of good fooling and fraternal affection. If oilier na tions in the colony had their days of national fes tivity, why sliould-not y Gymry ? Though com paratively a small section of the British Empire, ye...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, 6th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

COUltT OF PETTY .SESSIONS. Thursday, (Jtli Mil roll. (Before the Stipendiary Mniristrnle.) . Illegally at Lahge.—William Parsons was brought up ou this charge. It appeared that the prisoner hud told Sergeant O'Ncil that he was a frectnun, and had come'to New Zenland fifteen years since. Now, however, after a little fencing, he told the Bench that he had come from Bermuda to Hobiirt Town in tlio Bangalore. On funking this statement be »vns immediately re rounded. ' Ellen Parker appeared to answer a similar charge, and said llmt she was not aware that she had infringed any law,-but thought that when she came here she would be ?free. It appeared that lier husband, v bo was prosent, had taken her from the Amazou, female convict ship, at llo bnit Town, as an assigned servant, and married her. Subsequently he came to Beiuligo, where he had been tiiree years. AVitlliu the last few weeks she, to his as tonishment, joined him in Melbourne. Ho brought her with him to the diggings, aud lie now...

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THE ARBITRATION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

THK ARBITRATION CASE. On Thursday last, tho arbitrators in the case of Ashley and Co. v. Stevens and Co., gave their award in favor of the former for i' iO damages, and coatu, which latter, f r the arbitration alone, amounted to £-17. The arbitrators were Messrs. O'Conor and Bouran, and those gentlemen not bein^- able to agree, Mr. Hosken wns appointed umpire. Ml'.' Cuttcn was tho solicitor for the plaintiffs, unci Jtfr. Pitman for tho defendants. Tua'dis^ute in tho first Instance had arisen with regard to the boundary on the surface. This was decided by Mr. Assistant Warden Mollison. After tho lapso of a ahort period Ashley's party conceived that au encroachment had taken place on their claim, beneath the surfaco, and Mr. Mollison was agai i called out, whon four assessors wore chosen, and it was decided that there was an encroaehmont. To teat tho loss, however, suffered by Ashley and }»is party, it was deemed necessary to tako down a foot of the roof, tho whole depth of tho excava...

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WARRNAMBOOL. (From a Correspondent of the Argus.) 23rd February, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

WARRNAMBOOL. I (From a Correspondent of the Af'juf.) 23rd February. J85G. The harvest in this district is now nearly gathered in. The henry rains in the early part of ihe month did. considerable damage to the crop?, and the farmers will suffer considerably. The ad ditional labor required for opening, laying out, and re-stacking the crops, in the present state of the labor market, has been a great expense to the farmers, and it is more from this circumstance than from actual damage to the grain that their losses have arisen. Had their been a sufficiency of agri cultural labor" the crops would have been got in Before the rains came. A. great agitation was made on the subject early' in the season, aud the Government was urgently applied to, but without, succos'. The yield is much above the average but the low price at wiroh wheat is now selling will more than counterbalance the extra-quantity produced; . ' ■ In the earl}' pirt of lust month, a resident of this town made a tour to" Capo...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. ONE DAYS' LATER INTELLIGENCE From the Arugs. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. ONE DAYS' LATER INTELLIGENCE From the A runs. By the Chimera, which sailed from Liverpool on the Dth December, and arrived in Hobson's Buy lust even ing, we have Liverpool journals of the 8th December, 0110 day later thnn those previously received. One or two of the principal items of intelligence liad already reached ns via New York, but the fuller details sub joined will be found interesting. The following items, transmitted from London by magnetic telegraph, appeared in later editions of (lie Daily Post, of the 7th :— RUMORED CAPTURE OF KARS. The Daily News correspondent says a report was ge nerally prevalent that the Russians liad taken Kars. Rumoia of peace are also gaining consistency. Pams, Thursday.—The Daily News says that, by the mediatory influence of l'runce and England, the point in dispute between Sardinia and Tuscany has been ad justed. Tlic Euxine arrived at Southampton on Thursday, with the India and China Mails. She left Alexandria November 31...

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THE LEGISLATOR ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

THE LEGISLATOR ABROAD. That interesting specimen of a buuyip legislator, Mi': Fawkner—representative1 of a class verging on extinct ion—arialagous to the'.bark hut and rough semi-civilization of.primitive Colonial days—has been signalising himself in his peculiar way in the Council recently. Certainly it is surprising how men can be found to tolerate such marvellous gro tesques as legislators, but habit is-second nature, and we grow accustomed to political as well as other nuisances. Mr. Fawkner does not stink in the . nostrils of the public as much as one would suppose from the flavor of his political character, on the same principle that.persons who live in the vicinity of tanneries rather like the aroma, as they are used to it.' 'So when Johnny Fawkner is pe culiarly racy in his own style, the House only laughs, being highly^ amused with the exhibition. But the good sense of the country and the manly pirit. which yearn3 for noble things, is saddened by the exhibition, and sighs f...

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THE CONTROVERSY BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

THE CONTROVERSY 13ETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. : I x our issue of Thursday last, we extracted from the San Francisco Herald the letter: of their Washington correspondent, which gives a concise yet comprehensive rvsum5 of the points of differ ence between the United States and Great Britain. The writer was, at the time, at the seat of Govern ment, and had access to the best sources of infor mation ; and in that view liis communication may be regarded as perfectly authentic, as far as tlio facts it discloses have to be considered; It now appears that the explanation . offered: by Lord Clarendon with regard to the'object'of the rein forcement of our fleet on the West India station has'proved satisfactory to the American Govern ment, and as the controversy: upon the Central American question, it is now confidently antici pated, will also find an amicable solution, nothing remains for adjustment but the foreign enlistment controversy, which—whatever may have been the condu...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Wednesday, 5th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ' {From the Melbourne Papers.') Wednesday, 5th March, 185GJ -' v The Speaker took the chair at a- quarter after three o'clock. PETITIONS. . ■ , , ; Mr. Embling presented a petition from the residents of the Plenty-road, praying that the Council would direct the adoption of measures for . its.completion. ' : Mr. Lalor presented a petition from • the 'minera at Ballaarat, praying the House to pass .'a law: to enable miners to enter on purchased lands, and mine for gold. NOTICES. , ; :; ' Mr. Greeves gave notice of his intention to move the consideration of the St. Kilda Sea-Bathing Company's Bill in committee on Friday'next.; • Mr. Miller gave notice of his intentioii of moving'the consideration of the Melbourne and Ilobson's Bay Railway Extension Bill in commit tee on Tuesday next. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES. S The Colonial Treasurer gave notice that; after the House had gone through the estimates for tho current year, he should submit for the considera tion of the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

MARRIED.     On the 27th February, at Sandhurst, by the Rev. James Brennan, Mr. Henry Wilkinson, of Saffron Waldon, Essex, to Ellen Catharine Bowden, of Ipswich.  

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Wednesday, 6th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Wednesday, 6th March, 1856.   The alterations and amendments lately made in the Bendigo Stamping Mill— the property of Messrs, Clissold and Kelly— occupying some time, and thereby adding loss to the outlay, seem calcu- lated soon to pay for themselves, as they are now able to crush at so improved a rate. With only eight stampers at work they crushed in twelve hours   (yesterday and to-day) thirty tons. Mr. Kelly's new amalgamator is found to act very well, but the material of which it was made was found too light. Mr. Kelly is having a new one made of a more solid description, with the back made level, instead of an inclined plane as in the other. Mr. Kelly seems very confident of the success of this simple contrivance, and has certainly taken every pains to render it as complete as possible.   A great number of persons are employed on the White Hills puddling surface, and working in the old hole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 8 March 1856

ABBOTT'S f late of Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," ' White llills-ronil. An ordinary at one o'clock, C«pr30 ADKLAlDi'2 OBSERVER OFFICE—Gold bought, ^L-'"Amalgamated Gold Smelted. Bi'lNDlGO HOTEL, Bridgo-street. John Harney, ' proprietor. ■ J~\ 0. M'OONALD, Lemonade end Soda-water Manufacturer, Mcrae-streot. Late 0. and J. Jtl'Donald# COOPER & KOBA.THAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. marl GOHN BROTHERS, Cider, Sjmp, and Cordial Mmiu/actnrers, Bridge-street. 6C6mnrl I BMiCDOUGALL, Britannia Store, Bridge-street. 62"jun6 DR. WALL, Bosquet and KaglanStreets, White • Hill* Hamlet, 7.th White Hill. ,\V. IIAYGOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and ". General Commission Agent, next tlio Post Office. nOtiUNOSWOBTH, Plunibbr, Glazier, and Paper -l>ani;er, House and Sign Paiiitor, Market-square. HOWAliD &DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Ilargraves-street, : Somlhnrat. • 209c JAMES CAHILL, Blacksmith and Farrier, Mundy " street.' J*~AMES BOONE, M.D. OIRces...

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IMPORTANT INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

ntl'O ItTANT IXQ U I5ST. An inquest was lielil by the Coroner, Dp. Roclie, on Siiuivrtny lust, nt the Ship Inn, Unek Creek, on tho body of u German munc'l Frmicis Omul, who had been iotiml allot in liis tout the morning before. We extract the following from tlio evidence taken nt tho inquisition : William Haden Mated lw was a biitfcVior residing about seventy yards from the tout ouenpicil by the deceased, whom he had known about live weeks; on l'vidav lust, about twelve o'clock, he lieaul n shot lireil in the tent direction of decease's tent, lve looked out and saw the closed untl nu ona neiir it. Abont linlf un liotir nfter wm\U he «tw one of the deceased's mates pass his shop a towards his own tent, anil ton minutes after a jnar^e&roe into ]iin shop find told him that deceased had ahot ium self; never heard deceased and his mates quarrelling; hud they dj«e so he must have heard them; '^ecoaaed appeared when in conversation with him (witness).to 'b# iti low spirits; lind no...

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. We have at Sandhurst a theatre, which, in con struction, decoration, and scenic, appliances, is more than creditable to the locality. The struc ture itself, however, is but the shell, and unless the performances correspond with the material ar rangement the speculation wants the kernel which must give it its real value. The representation of the " Legitimate Drama" ought, without doubt, to be the great aim of the manager, as mo3t conducive to intellectual enjoy ment and dramatic improvement; but to attain this object something more than the desire is re quired. Great efforts ttcre made in • London to revive the Legitimate Drama, but they all failed, and its representation was banished from the two great theatres, Drury Lane and Govent Garden. Its admirers complained bitterly of the degeneracy of the age, and ascribed its absence to want of en couragement on the part of the public. Under the auspices of Mr. Phelps, who himself under took to delineate mo3t...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. I ('From the Melbourne pavers.) The Speaker took the chair at ten minutes past three o'cloc k. c MINING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY. Mr. Campbell gave notice that on Tuesday next lia .ehcu d move—" 1. That thia Council, while acknowledging the great importance of gold-min iug being fairly developed in the colony, is not prepared to Banction any general system of enter ing on private lands by giving compulsory com pensation for such' entry. 2. In the event of any such necessity for entry arising, such cases should - l>e" provided for in tho same way as in England,— l>y. a flpecif-.l enactment of the Legislature." . NOTICES. ilr. O'Brien gavo uorice of his intention to move for a. return of the number of wino and spirit dealers who had registered their names. The lion. ' "member w is informed by the Commissioner of Trade and'Customs that ho would find what he required in the Gazette. '. Mr. Huniffray gave notice that on Tuesday next , 'lte should move for the appoin...

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MEETING OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE SAVINGS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

MEETING OP THE TRUSTEES OF THE SAVINGS BANK. ' Tho Trustees of the Savings Bank met yester day at llie Offioo of the L'jcal Coiut, Present: L. M'Lachlan, Esq., in the chair; the Rev. Mr. Raston, and Messrs. Sullivan, Harney, White, and the liev. Dr. Backhaus. Tho Honorary Secretary, Mr. ■ White, read a letter from the Munieipal Council, stating the in ability of the Council to grant the loan of a room in the Municipal Hall. Mr. Sullivan stated that the Bank of Victoria had offered the loan of one of their rooms. Mr. Raston said that it was probable that a room might be obtained at the Survey Oilice, and that uninformed persons might view the meeting at the Bank of Victoria with t-uspicion. Mr. Harnoy expressed his concurrence in the views expressed by Mr. Kaston. Air. Sullivan said it was di-sir.ible to fix np^n some place. That the Savings IVwk had been or ganised f-n- sime time, and that it wis necessary for thorn to be doing something. The Chairman remarked that several applicati...

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HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

hay market. The following are current rates for the week i—liret quality, £7 to £7 10s-; second' quality, £0 10s. to AT; • /itoSaeil, ^5 10 to £0. nrTTr.Trn JOHN BUTLER, j

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GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

rtTVUN AKD FLOUR MARKETS. Y*wp flour <&5 to £-50 per ton ; seconds, £2:3 to .424 ; Chilian, £2i to £25, Wheat, • .$«. lo 9s., bran la. (id. to Is. Oil.

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THE PROPRIETIES OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

THE PROPRIETIES OF JUSTICE. Among the ancients Justico was a blindfolded divinity—an allegory which we beg to recommend to the special attention of Mr. J. D, Bourqw, We are satisfied that when this gentleman was en gaged as an arbitrator, in deliberating upon the merits of the long-pending case of Ashley and Co. v. Stevens and . Co., he had not the slightest thought of future possible banquettings given by either of tlio patties, or of his attending in propria persona, and holding forth to the edification of thoso taking part in the rejoicings. We believe j him to bo honcat enough to be above tho roach of \ such influences. But Justice like Crosar's wife I should bo above suspicion, and it is therefore with very great pain that we have heard a rumor to the effect stated. It was decidedly weak in Mr. 1 fiouran to accept an invitation to partake of festi vities tciven on account of the result of an arbitra tion case, in which he himself was one of the arbi trators. We imagine that no ...

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