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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1855. PUBLIC MEETINGS; TRAVESTIED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

TP BENDIGO ADVERTISER, PROOHB88ION, OtIIl HIGIIT3| AUD OUH BESODltCES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER'S?, 1855. PUBLIC meetings; TRAVESTIED. Oua readers may have noticed sometime during their experience in the world two rival showmen outvying each other in their competition for the patronage of <i bewilder,od public, at a loss which (o bestow their favorsi on, Mr. Jack pudding or Mr. Merryraan. So to-day, tho publio of Bendigo, and especially those very poft-heads the diggers, will find themselves in pn interesting condition of dubiety, divided between the attractions of the farce enacted by Messrs. Donovan, Bepsop and Co., in front of the Shamrock Hotol, and those of th.e non- j dcscript performance of the Wizard Brown, in | front of tho Black Swan. Were we in a! humor to make merry with this disgraceful • exhibition, and did not sorrow overcome at- j tempts at mirtji, we might find abundant food ■ for laughter in this amusing contest of contend ing quackery and impudence. However,...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BALTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

THE BALTIC. Davtzic, June 18.—The Cossack, Captain Fansliawd", arrived last night, bringing extra despatches from Admiral Dnndas. The fleet was at anchor before Croustadt. Nothing new. Two of the infernal machines exploded right under the Merlin, and a third burst almost ut the samo moment uuder the Firefly. The two steamers were severely shaken, but very slightly damaged. At Nargcn three Polish soldiers and two civilians had conic off to British ships of war. The civilians stated that many others were waiting to follow their example, to avoid "the conscription; The Magicienne reports the passnge of Nyhorg blocked np with large stakes, and, it is believed, infernal machines. She lias had a smart affair with ft body of Russians, having shelled tliem out of an encampment at llevensmt. She then went further up, and forced some horse artillery to retreat. The liussian loss was con siderable. The ship received no dtun acre. A correspondent of the Times writes from Cronstadt, on tlie 11th...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

The Gazette publishes despatches from Lord Ihvglan, tinted before Sobaatopol, June 5th. Tlicy coii£aiu 110 jicw.s of interest. Admiral Boxer died on t\in 4th, on board the Jaqon, outside Balaclava harbor, whither l\c hud been removed for the bqnciit of the sea air. Intelligence had been received of the evacuation of the Soujak Kali by the lUissians. Previous to their re tirement the troops destroyed about sixty heavy guns and mortars, and also the principal buildings. It was concluded that they lifted joined the garison at Anapa. A .body of French troops, under Generul Morris and General Canj-ober.t, and a column of the Sardinian corps, under General Marmora, made a reconnaissance of Baidar on the morning of the tird. The former pro ceeded aloug the Woronzow road, aud pushed their cavalry several miles beyond Baidar, The latter ope rated on the left, through a mountainous district, and advanced into Buidar after a fatiguing march. Only a 6tnall number of Cossacks showed themselves. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

MONDAY, 2-ltb SEPTEMBER. LMACPFIERSON nml CO. hnvc received inslritclionf • from Mr. Jl'ICeiizio to offer liv public uuctioi), on Monday, the 24th instant, ut two o'clock, Tlie whole ot' hi= stock, comprising— A general assortment of groceries, ironmongery, drapery, &c. Store, situato corner of High-street and Short street ALSO, Allotment B, sec. 4 U The lmlf-sbaro of two puddling machines, horaos, carts, &c., sitimto in Shcepsbend Oully, having plenty of good washing-stuff close ut hand, ' Sale to take placo on t.he premises. Q03sepS2 .MONDAY, 24th SEPTEMBlilt. Splendid Opportunity. L'MACPIIEESON and CO. have recoived instructions • to sell by public nnction, oil Moil Jay next, the .Sllli instant, after tlie borse snleB, Spuddling machines, sitnute below tb's private cscort stables, on the Bendigo Creek 3 pumps 1 barrow 1 J urge sized crndlc, cnpablo of cradling tho week's wort in one dny ASD All necessary tools ALSO 1 slab house, 23 i H 1 slab three-stall stable Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

THE BEN DIG 0 ADVERTISER, tlie first newspaper on the Victoria Goldfields, and the besl Inland Advertising Medium in Ibo colony, , Published everi Wednesday and SaturdAt Moeniko, la printed and published nt Sandhurst, the township of the district of Bendigo, the Metropolitan Goldlield of-;Australia. '"'■-The Bendioo Advertiser has the most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal aa an advertising medium must be at once porceivcd when it is known that Sandhurst is not'only the capital of one of the Largest Goldfields, but ia the mart of tho extensive Pastoral District comprising the valleys of the LonnoJi and CAMrASHE, iind the wide and fertile plains extending to tho Murray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such na are almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony into ft noble and world-renowned nation. Tho local interests of Bendigo will, of course, claim it...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

MARRIED. On the 13th instant, at the Kangaroo Flat Quartz-crushing Mills, by the Rev. James Ballantine, of Collins-street, Melbourne,   the Rev. James Nish, Presbyterian Minister, Sandhurst, to Margaret, only daughter of the late Alexander Young, Edinburgh.

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SANDHURST LOCAL MUSIC. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

SANDHURST LOCAL MUSIC. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.   Sin,—It is ft subject of much regret that tbo great amount of IntellectuaV talent that exists on tbo goldfields, and in Stfnd-1 burst, generally, should not be applied and made- available to* ward's the establishing of some permanent institution calculated to instruct and set an example to tho rising generation of this community in all those ideal and divine qualities that pertain to tbo material and immaterial qualifications of our nature— qualities which, when properly exercised, always tend to purify the heart, elevate And raise tbo soul from tbo grosser things of eartfr, and exalt the human mind to the highest pitch of moral excellence. 1 allude to the elementary practice and cultivation of the Belles Lettres, the Fine Arts, and the practical study of classic atid saercd, as well as operatic and profane music. Surely theso heavcnjborii qualities of our nature—these fond associa tions of home and frion...

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THE EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

THE EARTHQUAKE. As we announced in yesterday's issue, the shook of an earthquake was experienced in Melbourne and its envi- rons shortly before three o'clock yesterday morning. Indeed, it seems to have been of so violent a character as to have attracted general notice, notwithstanding its occurrence at an hour when but a very small fraction of the population can he supposed to have been sensible of any ordinary noise or motion. Of course, accounts as to the peculiar nature of the shock differ considerably; some describing it as being a rolling motion, while others say that they were sensible of a heaving and violent vibration. We have received information from numbers of persons, describing the effect of the phenomenon upon their houses. The dwellers in wooden cottages appear to have been made most sensible of its occurrence, and in some of the large hotels of the city a considerable amount of alarm prevailed, caused by the ringing of the bells, the rustling of the window frames, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 September 1855

WANTED, a boy.—Apply Advertiser Office, early. WANTED, a steady man as porter.—Dunn & Bayne     YY 19sop22 "TTrANTED, a general female servant, at Brown's, W Viow Point. 16aep22 WANTED, a female servant.—Apply to Mrs.DoMes, 1st White Hill. lsop22 WANTED, 5 tons best oaten hay.—Apply Jones's YV Horse Repository, Pull Mall, llendiyio. lO08jep20 TT7'ANTED> immediately, a respectable young woman W as general servant. Apply to J. Muston, tobac conist, View Point. 12st?p22 WANTED, n young woman as general servant.— Apply to C. C. M'Donald, soda water maimfao tnrer, M'Crae-streot. 13sep22 TfTJ7"ANTED, by a thoroughly competent person now Vy in Molbourno, a situation as bookkeeper and OBftlstant in a store at Bondigo. Apply to J. J. Casey, Ad^rtiscr office. J 917o 1 LONDON MAKX, Pall Mall." "Y^ANTED, an experienced cook. 1011sop22 LONDON MART, Pall Mall. OHTANTED, an extra assistant in tho grocery depart VV mont, an experienced hand. 1013scp22 THST ANTED...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

Wines awl Spirits. 50 CASES Old Tom, Brownings, on Sale. . B. WILLIAMS and SONS. 790c ./ 80.Q CASES of brandy for Sale, at— JONES'S Wholesale Wine and Spirit Store, Bridge-street. 0-2-loctC CASES Bottled Ale and Stout, at the JLv/ly lowest price?, for sale. •'' ' B. WILUAiMS and SONS, f95c Next Victoria Hotel, Pall Mall. —— ^ : ' CRESCENT STOKE, Bridge Street. k J. JONES, Wino and Spirit Merchant, in calling jCl» attention to hi a stock now on hand, is confident bnyers need only pay him a visit to pronounce it Bocond (o none on Bendign, viz.:— Martell'a and llennesssy's brandy, in bulk :... . Do. and Closctu's, in cases Tine old Jamaica rum . ■ , j . Tangneray's nnd Nicholson's old torn lielicious Glenlivct whiskey . Hunt's treble diamond port, in hulk Gordon's pale and golden sherry, in do. Alo and porter, in eases, comprising Byass, Evans, Murzotti, and Hurper'a brands. The above goods will be sold at tho lowest market ! prices, and delivered free of charge. llnov2l F. SALTERN, 'W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

GREAT-WESTERN QUARTZ WORKS, • Specimen Hill, Head of Long Gully. THE Proprietors beg to nnnounce tlmt their works are now in full opera! ion, and having devoted much attention to the principle of amalgamation, they havo adopted a double process in one operation to in sure thorough extraction of the gold, and feel confident their works will bo found to combine, in a pre-eminent degree, nil the essential requisites—speed, economy, and ellicienoy. The rate for well-burnt quartz is £5 per ton, and overy facility will bo afforded to miners for the con veyance and burning their quartz at the mills if desired. Parties wishing it can have their quartz crushed only, at n proportionately reduced rate, and will be accommodated with the use of water and crudle. Minors and others interested _are invited to inspect the works. 1031oct30 MMIK In.lepumlent Stimin Quartz Crushing Company, _L lieUeen Specimen Hill, Kuglo Hiuvk, mul the hoad of Peg-log.—'1 ho proprietors of tlio above luill will load, ...

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LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, 19th September. (Before J. A. Panton, Esq., Resident Warden, (Chairman), and Messrs. O'Conor, Cunningham, Emmett, Benson, Denovan, Hosken, and Wetherell.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

LOCAL COUNT. Wednesday, l!)th September. (Before J. A. Fanton, Esq., Resident Warden, (Chuirmrm), and Messrs. O'Conor, Cunningham, 12 linnet t, Benson, Denovan, IToskeu, arid Wethcrell.) The Chaibman mentioned that nt tlio limo"' , his quitting Sandhurst for Waranga lie anticipated thrw air. Jones would have been appointed in his place, as ho had written to the Government on the subject, and that, had ho been aware that such would not haw) been the case, he should have informed the members of the Court that it would not sit till his return. Tenders from Mr. James Mack and Mr. S. Jones, for selling by auction property of miners ordered by the Court to be sold, were read, and that of Mr. Joues ac cepted, on tlio motion of Mr. O'Conor, seconded by Mr. Hosken. The rate to be 2 per cent., Mr. Jones paying . the expenso of advertisements. Mr. Marks subsequently handed in a. tender, but was informed that the Court had already arrived at a decision ; at his request, however, it was read- It...

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CAPTAIN BROWN'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

CAPTAIN BROWN'S MEETING. Tho meeting announced by Captain Brown was held on Saturday, outside the Black Swan Hotel, There were some six or seven hundred persons present, tho most of them attracted hy curiosity. Captain Brown in vain endeavored to get a chairman to preside, and, in consequence, had to begin without ouc, being so^uS'~bn the substantial platform erected. He spoke for\somi> two hours, indulging in a tirado of abuse and personal scurrility upon sundry persons who have incurred his displeasure. This journal—"that dirty little rag, tho Advertiser"—and gentlemen connected with it, came in for the lion's share of the abuse and vituperation, and wo had the pleasant intimation that we lrnvo only a fort night to live. Captain Brown expatiated on his sen-ices to the diggers, and declared that he had never received a shilling from them. The scheme he had to propound consisted in prevailing on the Government to legalise tho borrowing of money on claims, for the purpose of work ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE WORKING MINERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY, To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TUB WORKING MINERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY, 7*n the Editor of the JJendiqa Jth-i rliser. Dr.in Sib,—IVriiiit me through your columns to cull the attention of my fellow-diggers to the meeting of tlio Working Minors' Protection Society, to bo held this evening in Hnrall's Assembly Itoonm for the purpose of eurolliug the names of parties desirous of joining: the said auciety, nnd of explaining its objects to those who have not been present at our meetings. The co-oper iitive sys.cm will also be mow fully explained than it has yet boon, and as the business is very important,,it is to b» hoped that a large number of diggers will attend. Hemember, diggers, that it is moonlight nights just now, and good roads, so that if you arc really interested iu tiiis movement yon have no good exousc to stop nyn'.y. Trusting, Mr. Editor, you will scenic u good word in favor of the new society, I remain, dew sir, your's very truly, WILLIAM D. C. DENOVAN. Sept. 27tli, 1855. N.B.—Are ...

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SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 22nd September. (Before Mr. L. M'Lachlan, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

SANDIIUnST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Suturday, 22nd September. (Before Mr. L. M'Lnchlnn, S.M.) Drukk and Di8onDEBLY.—Carl Reveler and Jolm XJowen were eaeU fined 409., or 3 days' imprisonment, •and the latter again for using obscene language £5, or -14 days' imprisonment. •Idle and DrsonnF.itLY. — William Anderson was •ohnrged with this offence. The evidence was most con •clusive as to the prisoner's guilt. He was seen by a ■digger of the name of Thomas Clarke going into the ■prosecutor's (Henry Thompson) tent, i»i California Gully. Clarke's wife ran and told Thompson, who on reaching liis tent found the prisoner inside. He was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labor. Im.kgat, Possession or a House.—William Record was summoned by John l'igott for refusing to give up to him a horse he claimed as his. It appeared that the prosccutor lmd lost a nmrc, the brands of which, and certain natural marks, especially a wen under the belly, enabled him to swear to. The defendant pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

Trinted aivl Published by 31A OKAY & CO. I'roprletoro, at theirs^ Offlcea, IhiU-fitroot, and Uku's JJuTlilings, Tali Mall, Santf* hum, Victoria- - •

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. September 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

SANDUUH8T STOCK MARKET. September 85. j .Our quotations are as follows :-r Oommon hacks, £10 to £10; good do. and light harneas horsca, £90 to £U5; good draught horses, £40 to £60; bo*ry dp., nominal. Tip carts, £20 to £25. Sheep.—i'ricos romain the s/uqe, Fat Cattle.—Beefj OO.H. I*. UAGPIIEKSON & CO., Horao Bazaar, Sandhurst. Hough hacks, £12 to £30; good haoka and light harness herso9, £25 to £Q6; gpod draught Ijoreeg, £3Qto£lb; superior jdnM £46 to £fi0. Tlp-o'artP,*£22 to £35. 3. JONES, Auctioneer, Horse Ropoaltojr, Pall MalL

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Sept. 22nd, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

MELBOUBNE. [FHOM OUB OWN COIUlESrONDEXT.J Sept. 22nd, 185.5. The contest between the Legislature of Van Diemen's Land niul the Executive of that colony has come to a crisis, which it will require no ordiuary degree of courage an<l perseverance, on the part of the Council, to bring to a conclusion satisfactory to the Australian colonists. It is not the colony of Van Diemen's Land, alone, that is interested in the issue, but every other state of the entire group, because a great constitutional principle is asserted by the Council and resisted by the Executive. The case of the Parliament of Van Die men's Land to-day, may be our own to-morrow, and the issue of the contest in which the neighboring colony is engaged, must more or less allect us all. It is our duty then to keep a watchful eye on these proceedings. Xe quid Jlespublicu detrlmenti caperet. The Speaker of the House summoned the attendance of Doctor Hampton as a witness, but that gentleman, sustained by the opinion o...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. September 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

MELBOUKrtE COMMERCIAL NEWS. Beptombor 34. Gold remain^ at TGs., with tsry Httlo 4°lnS? Tho quantity brought by escort Is not bo large as was expected, owing to tho un ,wHli;ignD8B on tho part of the diggore to submit to tho reduction jn price aimod at by the gold-buying banks. By tho Hiudoo, which cleared at the Customs on thofllst ipst* for Calcutta, 1800.oza. were .shipped Tho White Eoglo cleared at tho Customs for Calcutta on the •80th instant, with 1450 sorereigne. The imports of tho port of Melbourno for tho week onded 16th instant, jroro of tho declarod value of £190,140, aud the exports to £319,404, tho bnlanoo in favor of th,o port bpipg £179,904. Tho Roderick Dhn, from Valparaiso, has brought 18,480 sacks .of flour, and the Flying Arrow, from Sau Franclsoo, 60,000qu(utor eacks. The Flying Arrow, from San Francisco, has brought tho fol-' lowing cargo:—1067 baga-wheat, C378 do. oats,5149 do. barley, 2GH /lo, brnp j CiOGO bags bran havo arrived by the Roderick J)hu» Tho arriva...

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THE TASMANIAN LEGISLATURE v. THE IMPERIAL OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 26 September 1855

THE TASMANIAN LEGISLATURE V. THE IMPERIAL OFFICIALS. j The grave aspect of affairs at the present time in the neighboring Colony of Tasmania, arising out of certain charges preferred by a local paper (the Daily News) against the officials having tho control of the convicts, and more especially against Dr. Hampton, the Comp troller-General, their head, has induced us to give a summary of the matter, from its com mencement up to the present time. The ques tion at issue isone of the utmost importance; and the representatives of Tasmania, in resolving, undismayed by any threats or twaddle of the Executive to enforce their right to control not some, but all things, affecting the interests of tlieir country, have the happy privilege, as they had on the convict question, of being the champions cf tho liberties, not of Tasmania only, bufc of the whole of tho Australian Colonies, although the arena on which the battle is fought is on this occasion different from that of the former, at thtifc...

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