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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

BEXDTG 6 AT) VER 1 'I Kll JQBaWO AHD OEKKRAL rjtTNTI.YO ESTABLISHMENT. MESSRS. StAClUT.ANJVCO. B«S leave .to acquaint their friends aiid. the public, tb.it they have completed arrangements for tho addition of a Jobbing and General Printing Office to their present Establishment, by which thoy are enabled to execute Jobs of every variety, tiooks, Pampbletfl, Public Documents, Catalogues, &c. jPOSXKIlS/lK TIIE VARIOUS" SIZES, ' . 0 Plain and Colored; ■- .CARDS PniMTKT) IK TUB NKATB8T 8TTLE, Ptaln, Colored, and Ornamented, la addition to Vie above, they liaro procured founts of Italian Script, and other ornamented letter type, by which Cheques, Billa of ExcL'ftngo, Receipt Coolcs, &e.f &c.,can be executed with 48 great perfection *« iu any other offlco !a the Colonies. fy The «cal« of charges *ro calculated In strict conformity with tho 3IE&tfOLrK>13 PJUCfiS.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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PRESENT STATE OF THE OVE[?] DIGGINGS. (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

. PRESENT sntE 01? THE 0VF-»> TURNINGS.: ' • (From the Ovens and Murray Advertiser.) Having received letters -from parties of minora, requesting information concerning this goldfiold,to have taken the trouble to collect the following parti culars respecting the present state of these diggings, in the hope that they may be of some service to those contemplating a visit to the Ovons. Onco before, this goldfiekl has been, rushed, but people camo for big nuggets, and wont away disappointed... W.9 wish to guard against another blind rush of this description, for if a few thousand peoplo, ignorant of th« locality, come to shepherd a few claims and to walk away again, they will inevitably do the district much injury by spreading unfavorable re ports. There is a very general opinion (founded wo presume, on tho high rate of wages ruling here) that, labor, is in demaed in this district. This is quite a mistake, and • many recent arrivals are now spending valuable timo seeking employ. I mcn...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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BALLAARAT, CLUNES, DAISY HILL, &c. FROM A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

BALLAAIUT, CLUNES, DAISY .HILL, Sic.. FROM A OOIIUESFOXDEKT. At Ballaavat I visited thi site of tlio Eureka Stockade, and saw many of the " boys" who' wero concerned in that affair. - It is needless to say that everything is at present as peaceable and quiet on Ballaarat as in Melbourne, or any "'other part of the colony. Wise and liberal legislation has killed everything like discontent ati(l agitation, and it would bo just as easy to get up an expedi tion to the moou, as another outbre ik like that of December, 1954. There ia nothing to indicate that a stockade, or anyothor warlike preparation, ever existed on the site of tho Eureka S'ockadi'. It is a gently-sloping ground, having a view of the Government Camp, which is about a mile off, and wo can porceive the traces of former tents and dwellings. Looking towiirda the.Q.imp, tho right flank rents on tho Eureka lead, wljero tho ground is cut up by digging, and of course tbe holes and esoavivtions here formed a good protection on t...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. I,ni.a Moktes.—On the 4th instant th'13 lartyleftB*! limr.it'for Melbourne, in which city her return has caused ix perfect furore. On Saturday night last, she appeared at the Koysil Amphitheatre, in the farce of " Anthony mul Cleopatra." The house wne crowded to the coiling, lint a seat being unoccupied, and the whole of the flow i>f the house covered. Madame Lola Monies was aaton. Nhed at the crowded state of '.lie house, ami the en thn. siuslic manner in which she was received—rottnda of applause greeted lior appcarance. Madnme CRrandiai, usually so well received. found herself qnito cclijSsed, and judiciously cut-toiled ber songs. On the fall of the curtain she was .vehemently called for. and having thanked tli'J audience lor tbn reception they bad ticcordfu expressed her regret for ihe fracas at Br.llaanu, and lie;' npitiifi'i tliat her enemies had injured themselves more ihnii her. On retiring >he was rapturously applauded It is rumored that this lady ...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1856. THE MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVEETISER. PROaBBSSlONV OUU EIGHTS, AND OUtt RESOr/UCES. , -TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1856. i ■ ■■■■■■ ■ - — THE MUNICIPALITY. •It afforded us groat pleasure to have the oppor ^uaity of congratulating the members of the ; Municipality on their magnanimity in retracing ■ their stepa, and abandoning the ballot in taking ■ Hherstes of the corporation. We had hoped that tjhu act of self-denial and good sonse was the fore ' imaner of a course of policy which would prove sa V&Jwiory to the public and beneficial to the town. The misgiving we had was that economy would h&ve .impeded improvements inconsequence of the Jikdge fcTiven by the members not to make a rate, en aay ot ^er condition, than the grant of a specific • mm of moi by the Government, in aid of local , Improvements'^ this view of the case, in order ■ to .gave their co "Mutency, we liave, on more occa • iioM'ihan one, i '^pressed upon these gentlemon -the necessity to n. every practicable effort to «kgitet...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

.SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE!. POBT OF M~Kr,ROURNE. Aftnivsn. March 0.—Fonolla, s.s., from Lnnneeston, 5th inst., with fonr cabin, anil four steerage, passengers.—Maid of tho Yorru, s.s.s., from Ijaunceston, Otli inst., with four enhin, ant! twenty-two steerage, passengers. March 7.—Ocean Kogle, American ship, from Cos ton, J.lthDe_cernber, one cabin, passenger. —Proserpine, schooner, from PortPhillip Heads. March 8:—Wonga Wonga, A. S. N. Co.'s s. s. from Sydney, oih inst., with fivo cabin, and fifty-one iutermo Hia'te fttul steorage, passengers.— Tasmania, (iron), s.s.s., from Hobart „T_own, 5th inst., will) seventeen cabin, and tweuty-ono steerage, passengers.—riving Cloud, fore and-aft schooner, from Auckland, N. Z., ]3th nit.— Oberon, b. s. s., from Port Albert.—Curryruorc, brig, from Pisca, lltli December.—Ant, s. s. s., from Hobart Town, 8th inst,, with eight cabin passengers. March 0.—Jane, schooner, from Syduey, 28th ult.— Eupbemia, schooner, from Hobart Town, 20th ult., with two ...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ' Tli# Argus snya tliat,— An Engliuli correspondent of the Sydney Herald writing oil the ith of December, says, " The Hanlc of England tlie, other day nipped a wild speculation in •ligar in the very bud, by throwing out everv bill that 9melt of. sugar." This is quoted us an act of wisdom on the part of tho Bunk, iu checking: the rising- spirit of peculation. Oar Port Albert correspondent supplies us with an .account of the sale on the 4th lust., by Mr. E. T. New . «on, of- 3SQ bags, ex Fair Tasmaufan. Good ration or second quality counter sugars brought from £10 10s. to £46 10a. per ton, the largest proportion being eagerly bought »t the latter figure, a few hags of light brown eryst&ljifed realising £52 and £52 10s. per ton. The •ntift lot w disposed of, and averaged £46 per ton.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. . ' SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. The quotation of Gold closed this evening at JE3 18*. During the day a spirited competition was! kept up by the several buyers. The morning's bnsiusas begmi at gold being bought at vfi.3 17s (id. It jrose to £3 17s. Od. during the day, and towards evening *j»ain advanced to £3 18s. We have heard of gales being' effected at as high n rate as .£0 18s. Od. A fall way b# toon expected. The rates of exchange being Bow 2 pur ccnt. premium. We understand that about 90,000 ounces of gold are ready for transmission by the Meort in the morning. But ior want of proper boxes, &e„ in tlie eucort cars, not more than 20.00Q ounces | Attn be safely lenl. The Bank of Australasia sends 13,000; Bank of New South Wales, 8,000; and thc< Butk of Victoria, 10,000,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

BIRTHS.   On 7th instant, the wife of Mr. John Ellison, of the Sir Charles Hotham Hotel, 7th White Hill, of a daughter. On the 8th instant, at the Glasgow Arms Hotel, Kangaroo Flat, Mrs. Wm. Gunn, of a son.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

Sandhurst Directory. ABBOTT'S (late of Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," White Hills-road. An ordinary at one o'clock, daily. 6apr30   Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. Bendigo hotel, Bridge-street. John Harney,   proprietor. C C. M'donald, Lemonade and Soda-water Manufacturer, Mcrae-stredt. Late C. and J.   M'Donald. COOPER & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. marl COHN BROTHERS, Cider, Syrup, and Cordial Manufacturers, Bridge-street. 666marll D Macdougkall, Britannia Store, Bridge-street. JJ. 027junfi Dr. WALL, Bosquet and RaglanStreets, White Hills Hamlet. 7th White Hill.   G. W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and VX- General Commission Agent, next the Post Office. HOLLINGSWORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Hargraves-atreet, Sandhurst. 209e JAMES CAHILL, Blacksmith...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 8th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

LOCAL COU11T. Saturday, 8tli March. Present: The Chaiiman, Messrs, ItawUugs, O'Conor, Wetherell, L'ouran, Robinson, Glissold, and Elisor. The minutes of the last meeting were real and confirmed. COBHK8PONDKNCE. TI10 Cierk rend six letters received from tho Chief Secretary's Office, dated, respectively, Feb ruary tho 20th, 21st, 2otb, aud 29th, and March tho 1st and 5th, and one from the Local Coii-t of B^anh worth, dated February 19th. Tho communications from the Chief Secretary's Offico notified—That tho assoht of tlie Governor had been given to the regulation semiring to the miner tho uso of his tunnel and shafc in deep sink ing, and permitting him to mark out a claim in ad vance of his drive where ho strikes gold, if the ground is unoccupied.—That the rule granti-.g ex tended claims' in deep sinking had received tho Governor's assent, but the registration of claims beeu disallowed.—That the Government would take into consideration the subject of tho reniuneiation of members, with...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Saturday, 8th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Saturday, 8th March.   At Myers' Flat the new ground opened is still increasing in size. A few holes have been lately sunk in and about the paddock, and the result has been that they have been found worth working : the miners have almost a sufficiency of ground un- der work at present, but contemplate so soon as the winter adds to their forces a large rush at the bot- torn of the flat. The gold found is heavy in quality, and though pretty generally spread, is found not unfrequently in large patches : some " lobs" have been taken out of this flat, and I have known many actually leave good holes from not knowing where to find the paying dirt : one hole in particular, I saw driven and washed without its paying for the labor, when another party went into it and washed a foot above where the supposed wash-dirt had been abstracted and took out above fourteen pounds weight. A number of puddling machines have been put up lately o...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 8th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrute.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

COUltT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 8tli March. (Before the Stinondinvv Maalstiute.') Assault.—Charles Hollowav, a gentleman previously known, to Mr. M'Lnchlun, was charged with 1111 assault on Wni. Murphy, a neighbor, wlio had harboured uu unfortunate woman, wlio lmd been living with the de fendant. After hearing the case it appeared that both pn-tie9 un lerstood anything but morality. Hollowav wits fiued Is., aud ordered to leave the district within four days, or he would be brought up under the Vagrant Act. Another assault case was on the list, but 011 being c.i'.leil it appeared that the police got hold of the wrong man. The ease, consequently, fell to the ground. Monday, 10th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.,) Drunk and Disorderly.—Mary Mining was fined 40s., or three days imprisonment; Robert Hutchinson, Edward Irving, and James McNevell, 10s. or twenty-four hours imprisonment ; and James Robinson, 5s. IiE,\1Asued.—James Tuber.'leld and John Burke, be ing in a state ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 11 March 1856

Auol&su. TUESDAY, 11th MARCH. LMACPnERSON and 60. have received instruc l lions to toll by auction, on Tuesday, the 11 tli inst., tt their rooms, Pall Mall, at 12 o'clock, AH Hint valuable Building Land, Iho corncr of Williamson-street and Hargraves-strcct, having a frontage of 116 feet to Williavi aon-straet, and 74 feet to Havgnwes-street, in one or moro lota, to suit purchasers. WITHOUT RESERVE. 549marll TUESDAY, 11th MARCH. Land t Land! ! Land !!! LMACPHERSON AND CO. have received in •. atructions to sell by auction, on Tuesday next, the 11th March, at 12 o'clock, AU tboio desirable Allotments of LAND, Being Allotments 4, Section 2, 2, do. 3, 7, do. 4. Township of Eagle Hawk. In one or more lots to suit purchasers. No Reserve. GDSmnrl 1 ; . FRIDAY, 14th MARCH. First-rate Opportunity. TWO HOUSES. L; MACPHERSON and CO. have received instruc • . tions to soli by public auction, on the premises, on Friday, the 14th iust., at 12 o'clock precisely— Lot 1.—A first-rate House in...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. . To flit! Editor of (he Bctidiqa Advertiser. Sir,—It 1ms often surprised me tlmt you should not lmve, long since, seen and duly estimated tlie " nefari ous attempts made to curtail the field of labor," made liere mid on tlie other goldfields of tlie colony, by the now notorious Captain Clarke. . - It has long appeared to me nud many, if*not nil, of my acquaintance, that the sale of auriferous land bus been, ntul is now, a scheme of tlie Government authori ties, to crush forever the race of independent and indus trious men, to whom the colony owes its present and future greatness. It is of no conseqncuce to them what becomes of the wealth of the eouutrv, so long as it is wrested from the hands of the laboring classes: or to what misery uiul destitution they condemn llie thousands who have bt-eu nil tired to our country liy the wealth of llie public mines. A .settled enmity to llie welfare of the ind.istrioua classes 1ms been the characteristic of the Victori...

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DARING ATTEMPT AT BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

DARING ATTEMPT AT BUKGLAflY. , On Tuesday evening about 0 o'clock, an attempt was made to rob the store of Mr. T. N. Clement, of High street, of so bold and unscrupulous a nature as to sliow that we have among us ruffians of tho worst description. It appears that, for several days previous, Mr. Clements and the police had been made aware of the fact that it was the intention of some scoundrels to rob his store, which in its unfinished state is rather exposed to depfe dniion. One of the men in his employ was in the Secret, and he gave the information. The robbery, was planned for Monday eveniug, hnt the rascals wero alarmed by something, and did not venture to undertake it. On Tuesday evening the cash-box was placed, as usual, in a back room, and Seijeant O'Neill, with two other detectivcs, placed themselves in such a position as to be prepared for any attempt, the Serjeant arranging to give the signal for attack. Mr. Clement left the store, and allowed himself to be seen at some dis...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 11th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

C0UBT 01? PETTY' SESSIONS. Tuesday, 11th Mareli, Aii (Before the Stipendiary Mnrintrate.) A? Lahoij.—-Mur^' Hoiloi\ wus brought up OU)l& c'hnigj, Tliis ill-favored specimen of Immunity lias frequently favored the Court with her presence. The immediate cause of her appearance on this occasion was, Iter having conducted herself in the most disorderly and disgusting manner in the public streets. Her husband, who was present, confessed that she had been before tbo Court 011 four former occasions, but said she was out of her mind. She was remanded for llirce days. A Claim Fon Wades.—William Tyson was summoned 011 this charge, by William Pliipps, who claimed £14 fls. -Id. It appeared llmt on tlie -ttli of November tlie plnimift' engnged with tlie defendant as a slaughterman, nt the rnte of £f> n week. lie asked for his wages nt the ciul of eachjweek, but was put oft'. At the end' of the 4th week; he asked the defendant ngiiin for his wages, when he said that he had no money, an...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 11th March, [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, Tuesday, 11th March, Present! The Qlmlrman, Councillors Simons, Jonep, ' and Sullivan. The minutes of tlio last meeting woro road and confirmed. CqitBESPONDENCF, . Tlio Cierk read two letters he had received,— 1st, from the Chairman of the Municipal Councij of Castlomaino, suggesting the interchange of com jnunicatjons between the two Councils^ and rci marking that in the exceptional position occupied by tho Municipalities on the Goldfields, it might be well for each to assist the other with the benefit of its experience. 2nd, from the Actuary of tho Savings' Bank, conveying the thauks of the trustees of that insti tution for the courtesy with which the Council had received their application for the temporary loan of a room in the Municipal Hall. ITe also read a letter addressed by him to tho Chief Secre tary in rejjly to some questions of his, stating that the Chairman attended at the office every day, and lie (the Clerk) from 10 in the morning, and urging that t...

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GRAND OPERATIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

GRAND OPERATIC ENTERTAINMENT. Those who were fortunate enough to attend last evening at Coleman's Theatre, had the pleasure of hearing the greatest musical treat ever presented to the public on Bcmligo. The fame of Madame Cuilly as an operatic singer had preceded her, but it is only just to her to say that the reality far ex ceeded the expectations which had been formed. In saying that the entertainments last evening were superior to auything yet heard in this place, we do no injustice, to Catherine Hayes, for that lady did not appear in Opera on Bemligo, so that the'public here had no opportunity of judging of her excellence in this, the highest walk of music. Madam Cailly has been characterised as " an ctt-ve of the best school," and this is the first idea which is suggested by heading her. There is so much of real, sound, excellent music in her style of sing ing, so much sweetness of expression and power in her voice, that we feel convinced we are in the presence of an artiste wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

JSZXDIGO AD VEli TI SUTl JOBBING ANT> GENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT messrs. MACJ^Y^AND CO. Bog leave to acquaint their friends a ml the public, that they have compUitod arrAQgementa for tho addition of a Jobbing and General Printing Office to their - present Establishment, by which they aro enabled to executo Jobs of every variety, UooJcs, " Pamphlet^ Public Documouts, Catalogues, &c, TOSTBRS, IN the various sizes, Plain and Colored; CABDS PRINTED IX THE NEATEST STVLR, . Plain, Colored, and Ornamoileil. In addition, totho above, they have procured founts of Italian Bcript, aud other ornamented letter type, by which Cheques, Bills of Exchange, Iteceipt Book*, &e&e.f can bo executed with as great perfection ns in any other office in Ibo Colonies itS^TT ^he ecalo of charges are calculated in strict conformity ' 1 :!l ' wltiitlie MBCiBOURNE rjtlOES. NOTICE I'O ADYEimSEflS. In consequence of. the introduction of improved printing machinery, we shall heoceforwa...

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