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SANDHURST HOUSE AND CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

SANDHURST HOUSE AND CATTLE MARKET. A Blight depression has been felt in the Horse Mur k«t this week. The demand lias been exceedingly lirni wd, but thera lias been n great scarcity of anything like draught stock, in good condition,' offering. Prices still remain firm for serviceable [horses of a good draught ■tamp. The water, contrary to'onv expectations, has got a little sauce in the out-gullies, which may account for the temporary depression in the trade. Our quotations for sales effected arc as follows:— fined draught, first class, £00 to £80; second do., £40 to JifiO: inferior, fit Tor puddling, X'-if/ ti> £!)ft; (food hacks, .£25 to X-10; light harness £28 to £-10; common hacks, nominal. Tip-cartb and gport drays have been more enquired for. Fat sheep, 10s. to lis., for heavy wethers. Beet, 35b. L. MACPHERSON & CO., Auctioneers, 'Horse Bazunr, I'all Mall, Sandhurst, 24th March, 1850. Jones's Horse Repository, Deadigo, 14th March, 1830. As is customary nfler ft period...

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THE GOLDFIELDS' MANAGEMENT AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

THE GOLDFIELDS' MANAGEMENT AMENDMENT BILL. The Attorney-General introduced, in; the Legisla tive Council, on Wednesday last, a bill to amend the laws, now in force, relating to the Goldfields, which was read a first time, ordered to be printed, and read a second time on Thursday. • It is a vo luminous document, but from. its importance we thought it would lie.' convenient to present our readers with an epitomised abstract of its most important provisions. The miners' right is to lie in force, for twelve months " from the date thereof," and entitles the holder to mine for gold on nil the waste lands of the Crown, and to occupy them (except as against her Majesty) for residence, subject to the rules and regulations prescribed; and the gold on all claims shall beithe personal property of the owner of the 'claim, (except as against-her Majesty). Licenses are to be granted to'parties to entitle them to carry, on business in the gold districts for three, six, or twelve months, at the rate...

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BENDIGO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

I BENDIGO MABKETS. S. Jones reports for the week-— Flour.-—Adelaide, per ton,.£:]0; Chilian, .£32.; Oats.—Colonial, per bushel, 10s.; Scotch, 9s. Brnn.-—Adelaide, 4s. jier bushel. Barley.—10s. per. bushel. Hay.—Oaten, £14 per ton. Potatoes.—£10 to £18 per ton. Onions.—.£25 per ton. - Sugars.—;No fixed price. Butter.—Cork, iu ileniand, Is. 10(1. per lb. Candles.—Sperm, ditto, 2s. 2d. do. Rice.—Patna undressed, £28 per ton ; Java, .£25. Tea.—Congou, £8 per chest. Pickles.—.Pints, lis. per dozen; quarts, 10s. S. JONKW, Auctioneer. . Auction Mart, Pall Mall; 1-fth March, 180G.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. ALIENATION OF AURIEEROUS LAND. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. STAURDAY, MARCH 15, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

THE BENDXGrO ADVERTISER. SATURDAY, MARCH U, 1056. ALIENATION OF AURIFEROUS LAND. Any ordinary person would think that (he Government, having put their foot into it so egre giously, in the affair of the Clunes quartz reef, would have been remarkably careful ever after respecting all such transactions. In the ease of the land at Myer's Vint, a commendable attention to the remonstrance of the miners was evinced* which seemed to indicate n praiseworthy determi nation to prevent any alienation ot land likely to prove auriferous, so as to remove any future causes of complaint. Within the hist few days, how ever, a case has occurred, which shows either that the Government is not. so vigilant as it ought to be, or that it is not so sincere in its determination to prevent the future alienation ot auriferous land as it has taken credit for. In either case, of course, it is to blame, but we shall bo glad to find that the error is the result of neglect rather than of wil fulness. Some time sinc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

NOTICE to advertisers. In coascqucnce of the introduction of improved printing machinery, we shall honcj/on/anl b.? enabled to ofTtir several advantages to our advertising friends, which hitherto we have bcon unable to afford them. In future nil alterations or countermands of standing adver tisements, S'Jiit in by six o'clock p.m. on tho evening before publication, will be .attended to. All new advertisements forwarded to the Office beforo six o'clock on the ovoning previous to publication, will henceforward be arranged under their rospcctivo heads, on their first inser tion in our columns.. Advertisements will be received for insertion up to S. o'clock p.m. on the evening before publication; h\it, in.order to, ensure their appearancc in the front page under their respective classified In>.Ads, thoy should be sent in by 0 p.m. ]i K .V 1)1 GO AD r i: li T I S K II JOBDiyfi A XI) GKXKIIAIj rillXTIXG ESTABMSir.URNT MESSRS. MACKAY AXJ> CO. l»og leave to acquaint tlioir fricmU and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

Auctions. SATURDAY, 15th MARCH. First-rato Investments. TO QUARTZ-MINERS, SHALL CAPITALIST AND OTHERS. LMACPHERSON and CO. liavo received instruct . lions from the proprietors to dispoao of by publio auction, on the premises, head of Pegleg Gully, Sailor* Gully, on Saturday, 13th inst., at 12 o'clock, "A fivc-hor.se power steam Quartz-crushiug Machine, edge runners; can bo worked up to eight horse power; with Berdan'a patent amalga mators, and magnificent boiler, acknowledged to be one of the best on Bendigo. Together with all the requisite gear for working the same. Also, horse, cart, and harness, stable, blacksmith's forge tools, &i\ The above machine is known as tho Indopondonfc Steam Quart %.crushing Machine, and is in firat-r»to working order, and cun he seen in full play through the the ensuing week. The partners being too numerous, ami a slight disagreement between them, is tho "sole cause of this valuable machine being brought to tho hammer C22marl5t&w L. THI...

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METEOROLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

METEOROLOGY. Results deduced from the Meteorological Register, kept at tlie Observatory, Surveyor-General's Ollicc, Mel bourne, during the month of February, lHOIi. Mean height of the barometer .. .. :2!HIS7 in. Range of barometer readings in the month '814 in. Temperature of the air : adopted mean .. (IS■ 7 ° Do.: highest .. .. .. .. fi7'l) = Dj. : low .. .. .. .. .. ">0-0 ° Do.: range in the month.. .. .. 47*0 ° Do.: mean of all the highest .. .. 7~-;l = Do.: do. lowest .. .. .. .. ii'i-:' ~ Do.: mean daily range .. .. .. 71,1° Mean temperature of evaporation .. O'KS ° Do.: dew point .. .. .. .. 0-1-7 5 Mean amount of cloud (0-l'00) .. .. •-W Meau degree of humidity (0-1-000 .. •0;W Rain .. .. .. .. .. *975 in. Evaporation (still water exposed to the sun and wind) .. .. .. .. 8-013 in. Barometer.—The highest and lowest readings of the barometer were: On the 8th, 20-(!00 in.; on the morn ing of the 10th, 30-2<>3 111.; on the 18tli, 20-503 in.; on the 24th, 30-291 i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

WANT 1:1"). n coon IIUNNKR lVu- tlie Kpauui District.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT QF MELBOURNE. AUUIVED. Marcli 11.—Oribc, barijue, from Calcutta, 7th January. Maroh 12.—Notion', schoonpr, from Newcastle, N.S.W, 2nd itist.—Martha Kllen, schooner, from Newcastle, N.S.W., 25tli ult., with two cabin, ami one steerage, pas neupter.—Pioneer, fore-and-aft schooner, from Auckland, N.Z., 20tli ult., with six cabin, and two steerage, passen gers.—Sailors' Friend, brig, from Ceylon, via King George's Sound.—Scotia, brig, from Adelaide, 2nd inst. March 13.—Champion, s.s.s., from I'oitlaml, with seven cabin, and thirty-four steerage, passengers. " " SAILED. March 12.—Burra 13urra, steamer, for Adelaide.—Tas mania, steamer, for I-Iobart Town.—Oberon, steamer, for Port Albert—Ant, steamer, for Hobart Town.—l'rima Donna, brig, for Sydney.—Marinuita, schooner, for Wnrr nambool.—Forest Queen, ship, for Hong Kong. • March 10.—Tasmania, steamer, for Hobart Town.— 'Aeicin,"barque.—Atalanta,- brig, for Moulinein.—Mer maid, flliip, for Liverpool.—Kninia, ba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

Sandhurst Directory. ABBOTT'S flato of Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," • WHite Hills-rood. An ordinary at'one o'clock, daily. 6apr30 A DELAIDE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bought. Zl: : Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-3treat. John Harney, propriotor. GC. M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-water • Manufacturer, Mcrae-street. Lnte 0. and J. M'Donald. COOPER & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. marl DMACDOUGALL, Britannia Store, Bridge-Btreet. . 627jun6 DR. WALL, Bosquet and RaglanStreets, White HilU Hamlet, 7th White Hill. OW. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and . Gonoral Commission Agent, next the Post Office. HOLLINGSWORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, HouBe and Sign Paiater/Market-square. HOWARD & 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. ONDON MART, Pall Mall." The noted establ...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

r SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. 'i'hfe depressed state of tliis market slill continues, nud WO can report very Jiitle alteration. Following are our quotatipns:— Floor—very quiet, eon only quote ni £38 per Ion, for Adelaide. Oats—Scotch, 9s- and 9s. 3d. per bushel; Seed oats In demand, worth 10s. (id. and lis. Bran—continues the same, its. !'<!. to Is. liny—we note more demand this week, and nil ad vance has beeu realised on lust week's quotations, worth JE.15 per ton. Sugars—are still firmer, and fully worth last week's quotations. Candles—Sperm, 2s. per lb. Bice—Patna, £28 to £tl3 per ton; superior, £34. Pickles—pints lis.; 'quarts 10s; Butter—la. 10d. required. v.iutoea and Onions—market full. L. MACHIEBSON & CO., Auctioneers, Pull Mall. Sandhurst, Mai'oli 14, 1800. „

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

■'dOMaiERCML INTELLIGENCE. .SANDHURST GOLD OIHCULAB. AdvuHhcr Ollicc, Friday evemii". Gold rerouiiis lirm at £3 lTs. Oil. Gonsjderable speculation exists as to what may be tlie highest price' to-morrow. It rose hist Sntimiiiv nml is also espectedap 'rise to-m'oiTow. In our report of Tuesday Inst we stated that about OO.QOO ounces lay at .the'escort olliuc, for transmission by that day's escort. It seems that only 38,000 ounces were ; sent .for "want of accommodation. The great in crease -'in (lie consignments sent to town by. escort is hiefly caused by the ijank of Victorin sending down its Bold. This bank purchases largely. We remember a few months ago when they sent none of their gold down, the'escort was anything but large, and not at all credita ble as tUe yield of Bemligo. They nrc now remitting vrefckly., ; •Mr. Biiiiuermaii reports— 'i'lie price of gold (lust [remains nt -£0 17s. Gd. The market has been during the week, but it is not by any means firm tit that quotation, and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

BIRTH. On Thursday, the 13th March, Mrs. W. Cameron, of Bendigo of a daughter

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BALLAARAT. From the Correspondent of the Star. HARD HILLS HEAR BUNINYONG. 7th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

BALLAARAT. From the Correspondent of the Star. HARD HILLS NEAR BUNINYONG. 7th March, 1856.   The difficult question of mining on private pro- perty seems in a fair way to get itself settled here without assistance from the Legislative Council. Whilst honorable members are debating, we are acting, and refuting in a very practical manner sundry allegations of the Melbourne journals. It now seems to have become an established rule on this goldfield, that the charge for mining in pri- vate property shall be one pound per claim, a por- tion of this sum to be returned to such claims as turn out " blanks," provided the shafts are filled up. On these terras we have amicably arranged affairs, without the aid of magistrates or police, and I will venture to predict that in this way the owners of auriferous lands may always secure themselves from loss, if they will meet the miners in an open and straightforward manner. I do not know what may have been done in other districts, but i...

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CRESWICK. Friday, 7th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

CRESWICK. Friday, 7th March. THE CLUNES.— Messrs. Hammon and Ford's new quartz-crushing machine being now com- pleted, the event is to be commemorated, I hear, in dashing style— horse-racing and other sports being contemplated, and as a wind-up a dinner is to be provided by the proprietor of the Diggers' Retreat Hotel, in the evening. I regret to say, that although specially invited as reporter for your paper, I am unavoidably compelled to be absent, but a trustworthy friend of mine will attend, from whom I shall glean every necessary information. LALOR AND HUMFFRAY.— A public meeting was held at Collier's Hotel, on Saturday last, for the purpose of aiding the Lalor and Humffray testimo- nial fund ; Mr. Russell presided. Mr. Cooper, de- legate from Ballaarat, addressed the meeting at considerable length, and in a most earnest, intelli- gent speech. A committee of five were appointed —Messrs. Peck, Russell, Roycraft, Deagan, and Yuler, to carry out the object of the meeting. The sum ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Thursday, 13th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Thursday, 13th March. 1856. However many may have failed in quartz min- ing, to realize those golden expectations which, though anticipated by all, are obtained by but a per centage—however many have from various causes been obliged to abandon their search for a rich quartz mine,— the majority of miners' must allow that this branch of mining on Bendigo has received no check, is not going back or losing any of the interest it formerly possessed. At the   time (about twelve months since) of what may be aptly termed the quartz fever, when eyeryone was recklessly investing from five to one hundred pounds in shares of claims on unprospected reefs, when every third person you met had a specimen to show you, there was " great cry and little wool," but now that the quartz miners have ar- rived at that level which is sure to be found after the first excitement of a novelty, when they un- obtrusively perform the duties of their dai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 15 March 1856

Merchandise. AT BASTAItD'S DRAPERY WAREHOUSE, facing Post Office, View Point, will bo found the largest stock, greatest variety, the newest assortment, 'and the choicest goods ever offered on the diggings. 59imar]8t&w HORSE FEED. CHAFF of tbe best quality, on Sale at D. Macdou-. gait's Britannia Store, Bridge-street. C26c sat&w HAY. HAY. CHAFF. CHAFF. NOTICE TO SETTLERS AND OTHERS. C D. POLLOCK and W. W. DUNBAR having . formed a Co-partnership under the name and firm of " Pollock and Dunbar'' are prepared to receive con •Bijfnment9 of hay, corn, and other produce at their pre mises, adjoining tho store of T. Nixon Clement, High • »treet, Sandhurst, or in the market and dispose of the same at a moderate of commission. The advantages • to parties sending produce in ut once to this store, there by Saving the time now lost by carts and teams fre quently standing the greater part or whole of the day .in the opon market without effecting sales must be ap parent to every in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

Auctions. FAMILY HESIDJ3SCE. Splendid Opportunity of Investment. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS, HAMLET OP WRITE UILLSf Within cnay distance of Sandhurst, and close to (he Epsom Rush, where upwards of 10,000 peopls are congregated. LMAGPHEUSON and GO. have received instruc « tionp to oft'er for sale by private coutr&ot, all that (.ortion of ^jgid,-being part of the estate lately sold by them for theJOelonial Gold Company, situated in the Ilumlet of/rgEgiite Hills, and containing five Acre* of Land, part dfrajhich is under cultivation as a Market and Flower Garden.— together witli the beautiful . .VERANDAH COTTAGE. Unequalled out of the metropolis for elegance of strue turo, durability and convenience ; it having been built under the supervision of tbe ablest architects in the Co. lony. ... . The drawing-room is built of brick, and oovered with slate; plastered walls U feet in height, with dry cellrtv underneath ; and may without fear of contra diction be termed the handsome...

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PRIZE SHOW OF MELONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

PRIZE SHOW OF MELONS. On Saturday, at 12 o'clock, pursuant to an nouncement, this show took place at Parker and Macord's. Considerable interest was manifested in the result by the farmers and cultivators in the district, and tUo number of persons present, as well as of the samples of melons, was much larger than on the previous occasion. Five hundred molons were brought in, and of these twenty weiv placed in competition for the prizes. The melons, too, were larger, and generally of a superior des cription. Mr. Fanner, of Bullock Creek, who gained tlio 1st. ^ brought in 37 melons, averaging 18i lbs. each; and four averaging 22 lbs. each, were brought in by Mr. Warren, of the same place, who gained the 2nd prize at the same show. Among those exhibited was the large one alluded to in our last issue,. weighing 31 lbs., which caused some dispute, as it came from ther vicinity of Melbourne ; and it was objected to by the owners of other melons as not having been grown in the district. It ...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, 14th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, 14th March. Present—-tho Chairman; Councillors Sullivan, Boll, Simons, and Jones. MINUTES. •The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Clerk read, two letters lie had received from the. Chief Secretary's office, statingthat the Gover nor's assent had boen given to the bye-law form ing the standing orJors of the C mncil; and another from the chairman of the Road Board, stating that Mr. Road-surveyor "Wilkins, of tho - Sandhurst district, had received instructions to ' wait upon tho Council and confer with them with regard to tho state of the roads between Kangaroo Flat and the White Hills ; and two lotters ha sent —the first to tho Chief Secretary on the subiect of the Corporation seal, aricl the second to the Muni cipal Council of Castlomainc, acceding to their suggestion of interchange of communications, and thanking them for their courtesy in mooting the matter. Councillor Sullivan Raid that, before the letter of the Chi...

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