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

NOTICK TO COIUUCSPONDKNTS. Wo nre coin pell oil to omit Mr. Iloskiujj'a cniiitnummtion for want of ro«.'ii». Mv. H mmu's lrtter ''mm? too Into tor in-vrtioh iu this issue.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1856. MR. GAVAN DUFFY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISES. PKOGKESSION, OUIt ItlOHTS, AND OUR ItlJSOUltCKS. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1850. MR. GAY AN DUFFY. VV1; cannot he accused, in the midst of the enthu siasm, which was excited by the arrival of this gentleman in the country, among a very numer ous body of our lei low-colonists, of being carried forward by the pervading spirit of the hour to echo the eulogies which wore• heaped upon him.. We could, understand and appreciate the anient admiration of his countrymen, to find amongst them a man of undoubted ability, who had been tried and proved in the home country, in the most distinguished field of politics the hopes of ambition could aspire to. His introduction to the world of politics through his connection with the I Nation, marked liim out ;is a man out of the ordi | navy ruii. -Whatever may be thought of the politics, and the aims of that journal, it is impos sible to deny that,it exhibited, under: his editor ship, an amount of talent approaching to genius, and a d...

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LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, 12th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

LOCAL COURT. - Wednesday, 12th March. rrofcnt: The Chairman, Messrs. O Conor, Kaw Hiirs, Bouran, Elisor, and Hoskcn. ' ( Some discussion took place as to the business which the Couit had met to discuss: the general opinion was, that the Court had met for legislative purposes. It was, however, determined to hear the applications for leases, and the disputes. MINUTES. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. . ... . CORRESPONDENCE. . 5 The Clerk read a letter he had transmitted 'to tho Chief Secretary, forwarding statistics, touching the number of sittings of the Court cases adjudi cated, &e. APPLICATIONS FOR T,EASES. Henry Muscate applied for 24 yards of the reef termed tlie Black Lead, on the New-chum Reef. He said he had two other "mates; - there' was a mail 15 feet from him . on the right, and one 14 feet from him on the left: their reefs ran parallel with his. A miner present objected to the granting of the lease. The application was granted, a discretiona...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Tuesday, 11th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. {From the Melbourne Papers.) Tuesday, 11th March, 185G. The Speaker took tlie chair at ten minutes past three o'clock. ROYAL ASSENT. The Speaker announced that. the Post Office Law Amendment Bill liad received the royal assent. . , '• • NOTICES, Mr, Embling gave notice of his intention of moving, on the day following, tlie adoption of the report of the committee on the introduction, of the alpaca, .. Mr. Tyke gave notice that lie should'ask the - Surveyor-General, under what authority Mr. Taylor had permitted the "hay paddock" at the Loddon to bo entered on by miners. The Attorney-General gave notice of his inten tion to move for leave to brin<r ill a bill to amend the Management of the Goldfields Act. Mr. IIumfFray gave notice that on Friday lie should ask leave to bring in a hill to amend the law regulating the issue of letters patent in Victoria. Mr. Pyke gave notice of his intention to move a series of resolutions affirming that the Govern ment sh...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. AnmvED. March 0.—Mousam, barque, from HobnrtTown, 27tli nit., with two cabin passengers. Maroli 10.—Hftvilah, s.s.9., from Adelaide, (ith inst.. with fifteen cabin, and eighty steerage, passengers.— Wanderer, brig, from Sydney, 3rd inst.—Caroline, schooner, from Western Port. - ■ Mtu-fili 11.—Lridy Bird, s.s.s., from Lmmeeston, i 011 i mst., with eigliLeeii cabin, and fifteen steerage, passen gers.—Albion, schooner, from Newcastle, N.S.W., «lrd lust.—Lino, brig, from Adelaide, Snd inst., with six Chinese passengers.—Samuel, Willetts, American ship, from,Hong Kong, via Adelaide, with one hundred and twelve Chinese pnssengers.—Glensliee, barque, from .Callno, iiOtii December.—Telegraph, -A. S. N. Co.'s s.s., from Sydney, 8th" insl., -with thirly-ono cabin, and eighty.four steerag?!, passengers.—Dobsons, schooner. | from Lntineeston, !)th inst., with one cabin, and steerage, passengers.—W. 13 Brown, schooner, from Sydney. • . HAILED. - March O....

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

Sandhurst Directory. Abbott'S (late of Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," • White Hilla-road. An ordinary at one o'clock, daily. 6apr30 Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDIGO hotel, Bridge-Btreet. John Harney, proprietor. Cc, M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-water « Manufacturer, Merao-street. Late C. and J. M'Donnfit' Cooper & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. marl MAC DOUG ALL, Britannia Store, Bridge-street. GiTjunG DR. WALL, Bosquet nnd RagknStreets, White Hills Hamlet, 7th White Hill. jpt W. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge . Proprietor, and VX. General Commission Agent, next thePostOffice. HOLLIN'CiSVVORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, Houbb and Sign Painter, Market-square. nOWAlil) & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Hargraves-street, Sandhurst. 209c JAMES CAHILL, Blacksmith and Farrier, Mundy street. JAMES BOONE, M.D. Offices: on Pall Mall, . adjoining the Manchester Store. IONDON MART, Pall Mall. The noted ...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

SANDHURST WHOLESALE L'iUOES CURRENT. This week and lust our market 1ms been exceedingly dull, mid business Lias been very contracted. Prices l'ur heavy goods are ensier, and buyers came forward reluc tantly'to supply their iniuiediale wants. Cartage from town continues low, and no re-action in prices may be expected before the winter season sets in. Oals.—Stocks are rather heavy and demand slack, bill Scotch may be quoted at its. per bushe), mid Colonial al Us./id. to Us. Od., but for large (juiuithies lower prices would be accepted." Huy.—This artie'e continues dull of sale, except for prime qualities, which are scarce. Real good hay would bring.jfilO to £16 n ton; inferior is plentiful, and 110 market price can be fixed. Brail.—Slow of sale; best Adelaide is selling id 3a. fld. to -Is. per bushel, but the demand is very li mited. | Flour.—This nrticle has been imicli depressed of late, owiug to the great fall in value in the Melbourne mar ket. Best Adelaide limy be quoted nt .£10 ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Advertise[?] Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Advertise) Office, Wednesday Evening. Gold still maintains its price at £0 10s. Oil. Tlie;followiitg is the o/IIciul momoramln for tlie wee'; ending March 1'2:—: No. of Miners' Rights issued during week nnding 8th March, ]8D0 ..70. Do., business licenses do. do. do.. Id nt £":! 10;. Do. do. do. do. do.. 0 ill 4H0. Do. protection tickets do. do. do.. Nil. Balance of gold in Gold Office on the Sib inst S(i8 ozs. 10 dwls. Do. cash do. do. do £l;20. Do. gold withdrawn from do. do. 1101 ozs. Do. cash do. dot do. ... .. .. - yCifl:"). " Balauce ........ '. lO.OUS ozs. gol.l mid £l,f!50 cash. Amount'received for dispute fees do. £13. Nj. of permissions for piuldling machines granted do. do US. Amount of gold forwarded by Kseort on" Tuesday, 11th inst. .. Sandhurst.. 10.0S!) ozs. and £0,0:l,i. Ileathcote.. 1,110 o-z.s. 10tlwt. Total.... 17,800 ozs. 10 dirt., and £0,03-3 The following is.-i compimiiive statement of ihe pro duce of this district, for the corresponding...

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BENDIGO HOSPITAL. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

BENDIGO HOSPITAL. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT. A special meeting of tho Board of Management was held, according to advertisement, on Tuesday evening last, in the Hospital Board Room. Tntf following members were present at the commence- ment of the proceedings:—Mr. Sullivan, chair- man; Messrs. O'Conor, Pike, Bissell, Dr. O'Brien   and the Honorary Secretary. The Honorary Secretary read a letter from him self to Dr. Kranz, tho resident house surgeon, re turning a latter written by him, informing him that it was intondsd to inv»stigate any share in the blame that might bo attache.! to him in the case of Wm. Lowrie deceased, making sundry complaints in tho shape of queries, and informing him that tho Board had refused to receive tho letter, aa it was written in an improper stylo, and was insulting to the gentlomen of tho Board, &c., and tolling him, il' he had any com plnints to make, if he laid thorn before the Com mittee in a rospoctful manner they...

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

Auction. FRIDAY, 14th MARCH. ; a First-rato Opportunity. . TWO HOUSES. .T. v,MA.CPHi3RSON and CO. have rccoived iuatruc , Xi», . tion9 to .sell by public auction, on the premises, onFriday, tbe Hth inst., at 12 o'clock precisely— I/5t 1.—A first-rate House in Rowan-street, nt present in the occupationof Mr. C. Clements, . 69 feet frontage by 100 feot deep, more or less, substantially fenced in with paling. Lot 2, Adjoining.—30 feet frontage, by 100 deep • to Rowan-street, with neat cottage oflico nt present occupied by Jfr. Blackburn. Lot 3.—A four •roomed* House, opposite the above • . properties, with shingled root". Land attached 'described at time of Sale. • Thego Properties are contiguous to the Parsonage and .Church of England, and adjoin the properties ot' Mr. Richardson and Captain Bell. Immediate possession given, or can be let at £250 per annum,-. , , . Terms—One-tlmd cash, one-third three months, and one-third six months; optional with the purchaser to pay cash", interest...

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M'IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, 8th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

M' IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, 8th March. The population of this place continues steadily on the increase, and I have heard of several in- stances of good fortune on the part of new-comers. Towards the upper end of Long Gully many are doing very well, better, it is thought, than they care to acknowledge. In Golden and Schicer Gullies there is a good deal doing, and to good purpose too. I have it upon the authority of one of a party working in the for- mer place that in two days they obtained £150 worth of gold, and several nuggets, varying in size, up to five and a half ounces, have been found in different places. The quartz miners are proceeding with energy and spirit, and with every prospect of being richly rewarded. Walker's reef is improving rapidly, the deeper they sink the better it gets, and the pro- prietors of claims on this lead are in high spirits. On Plummer's reef they continue to obtain first rate specimens, and one party assured me that in one day t...

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MINING ON PRIVATE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

MINING ON PRIVATE LANDS. With respect to this subject, alluded to in this day's issue by our correspondent " S.," we had intended to say something, but a pressure of other subjects has prevented our doing so. " We do not, however, by any means intend to lose sight of it ; and although we may not agree to the full extent with our correspondent, we feel too much interested in the result of this matter, and have too little faith in the present Government to neglect it. At present we shall only add that it is somewhat surprising— when the vital interests of the diggers are concerned, as in the present instance — that no effort at demonstration is made by those men who wasted their energies in purpose- less agitation when there was no great principle at stake, and no practical advantage to be gained.

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CASTLEMAINE. (From the Mount Alexander Ma[?]l). March 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

CASTLEMAINE. ( From the Mount Alexander Mail ). March 7th. Kangaroo.— Compared with its recent dreari- ness Kangaroo certainly exhibits some slight symptoms of reviving. A few fortunate holes have induced several small but spirited rushes ; the storekeepers, also, are less grievous in their complaints. The company of Italians tunnelling on Kangaroo Hill are nearly through the iron stone, a distance of sixty-eight feet. This is con- sidered by competent authorities as one of the finest works yet executed on any gold-field in this colony, and will well repay inspection. A rush has been occasioned on the hill above them, by a party having bottomed there at twelve feet, and washing out eight pennyweights to the tub. Two pounds weight was also procured last week from one claim on this hill, at twenty feet from the surface. About two hundred and fifty new claims are now being worked here, the rush chiefly ex- tending in the direction of Butcher's Hill. The flat below the Bull and Mouth is...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Wednesday, 12th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE.   (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Wednesday, 12th March, 1856.   From the Government Gazette of Friday last, the 7th instant, I extract the following important regulation of the Local Court, which has received the sanction of the government :— SANDHURST. " Regulation made by the Local Court of the District of Sandhurst :— No. XI. Mining in Creeks or Watercourses.— No miner or party of miners shall sink or mine in any creek or watercourse which sinking or mining may tend to flood any other mine or mines, without the special authority, in writing, of the warden of the district."   Had regulations such as these been promul- gated at an earlier date much annoyance and loss   of both time and money would have been saved. At Epsom the want of it caused some dozen par- ties to be deprived of their claims, without redress, and many other instances might be cited. At Epsom little alteration has occurred. Some are constantly...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 13 March 1856

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. THE TOBACCO PLANT.— A very fine specimen of this plant, grown bv Mr. M'Dougall at Muskerry, on the Campaspe, may be seen at this office. It is 7 feet 6 in. in height, with large leaves of a superior texture, and seed of a regular description. Competent judges, who have some knowledge of the tobacco plantations in Vir- ginia, pronounce an opinion that this is a very excellent specimen of the plant in many respects very similar to the productions of that famous tobacco-growing State. This will appear probable enough when we remember that the latitude of Victoria is about the same as that of Virginia. The tobacco hitherto grown in New South Wales is not of so good a description as to compete suc- cessfully with the American importations, and it may be possibly reserved for Victoria to rival Virginia in the produce of tobacco. At all events, this splendid specimen of the plant, grown within a few miles of this township, is an excellent proof of the agricultural capa-...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE CAPITALISTS AND MINERS OF VICTORIA. LETTER No. I. (Per favor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE CAPITALISTS AND MINERS OF VICTORIA. Letter No. I. . (/Yt favor of the Bcntlitju Advertiser.) (Capt. Wm. Hosking, a Cornish Engineer, Miue Manager, &c., from England, has consented to offer the following remarks on mining in this and other localities, in the colony, together with some practical hint9 for the Govemmeut and Local Courts to take into consideration, and exert them selves as early as possible in getting some impor tant alterations made in the present laws for min ing so as to afford encouragement to capitalists to come forward and speculate in gold mining, oil a larger and more extensive scalc throughout the colony, which will be found to be for the benefit of miners and capitalists, as cither one or the o.her alone would be of little good, but judiciously combined, of the utmost importance for themselves and the good of the public generally.) I-have lately taken a general survey of the country for the purpose of acquiring from some...

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THE MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

THE MELBOURNE GAS COMPANY. A meeting of the shareholders of this Company took place on Tuesday last, at the Mechanics' In stitution, at which J. Walsh, Esq., J.P., presided. The affiirs of this Company have excited, for S'>me time pa*t, considerable attention, in consequence of coinpl ilnts published in the Melbourne papers by Mr. Allen, the secretary, against Mr. Smith, the engineer. It is also 10 be noted, that for many months pa«t there was an iiuuer-current setting in against the Company. The public in general thought they perceived the outward signs of inter nal mismanagement, and if it sliould hereafter be proved that the direction and their officers pass through this ordeil unscathed, it will greatly sur prise us. At tho meeting in question the usual routine reports were read, according to precedent, and in a technical sense were well got up. The formal motion for the adoption of the reports was moved, but an amendment, proposed by Mr. Mac kinnon. for the appointment of a ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Wednesday, 12th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (I't om the Melbourne Papers.} Wednesday, 12th March, lO/iG. The Speaker took the chair at ten minutes past three o'clock. NOTICES. Mr. Emhling gave notice of his intention to move an address to his Excellency, praying him to take the steps needful for the introduction of the'alpaca into the colony, Mr. Campbell gave notice that on Friday lie should move an address to his Excellency, praying him to place on the estimates the sum of £3000 for the payment of pupil-teachers in connection with the Denominational system. Sir. ITumftray gave notice of his intention to ask the Attorney-General why Mr. Seekamp, the edi tor of the Ballaarat Times, had been arrested at a I late hour of the night on the charge of having published a libel on the character of Lola Montes ; and what special grounds, if any, were alledged for such a proceeding. Mr. Grant gave notice of his intention of mov ing the second reading of ,the Trustee Bill on' Friday next. Mr. Pyke gave notice of his...

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. I Bellini's celebrated opera of Norma was produ ced at this Theatre, on Thursday evening, in a manner which would do credit to Melbourne or Sydney. In fact it is is a question whether it lias ever been better performed in the colonies'. Many admirers of Catherine Hayes, who saw her in the part of Norma in Melbourne, prefer her to Madam Cailly, while the admirers of this lady are at least equally as numerous. Perhaps Madam Anna Bishop, who has achieved such signal success in Sydney, may be superior to either in this arduous character. But the great feature in the perform ance of Thursday evening was the very strong cast of the leading characters. Madam Sara Flower is decidedly the best Adalgisa we have heard in this hemisphere. Frank ilowson is the only approach to Coulon, and he lacks the magnificent volume of voice of the latter. The Pollio of M. Barre is certainly superior to that of John Ilowson of the present time, and of course more agreeable than t...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, 13th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Thursday, 13tli March. (Before tlio Stipendiary Magistrate.) jjnuNK and Diuqnnmu.y,—fttnry Joliuuloii was iinccl Gs. Attemptino to Stab.—Jolin Moor Cameron was charged with haying committed this 0891)06, by William WMbqp, , - .. . . Itappeared thattlie prosecutor was the defendanljrjjin in-law, tliat lie bail-attempted to get his daughter away from liiiii, and on defendant reinoustrating threatened to strike him,when he put his hand on the sheath in which was'liia knife, and said he should protect himself. The enso was dismissed. . Arson —Edward Long was charged with wilfully setting /ire to the tent of .Ttuiies Mayue, n Malay. [ It appeared that the prisoner went tot lie tent of aiuan I uaiucd Waodroft'e, to whom he was known, on tlio even ing of Monday Inst, and complained that his wife had not come home thnt ho should go and loolc after her, ! and if ho. found her in .lim Mayue's-tent -he'd murder her, and that if he could'nt find either he'd set proseou ...

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