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POSTPONEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

POSTPONEMENTS. • The following business on the paper was postr poned to the next day :— _ ■. "Imported Live Stock Registration Bill—Third reading. ; "Melbourne and Hobson's Bay Railway Exten sion Bill—To be further considered in committee. " St. Kilda Seo-Bathing Company Bill—To be further considered in committee." The House rose at five minutes to eight o'clock.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION TIIEATRE. Ou Saturday evening last Bellini's opera/ of •' Norma" was produced, for the second time at this theatre, there was no alteration in the cast except that the part of " Oroveso" was sustained by Mr. Hancock in consequence of the indisposi tion of 31. Coulon. The beauty of the composition, united with the variety of themes, which are pres need in the work has long made it popular, and few operas have been more frequently performed or afforded larger scope for histrionic art and vocal execution. The part of Norma has tried the powers of the most distinguished vocalists in operatic performances. The part requires such a rare union of histrionic art anil vocal execution to give expression and effect lo the passions and emotions embodied in the music, which is the most epic of the compositions of Be liui that Grisi and Jenny Lind, in their rival per formances, had not only their rc.°pective adiniiers but partisans, and although the vocalisation of Jenny Lind ...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 15th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

LOCAL COURT. I Saturday, 15th March. J rresont—tno unairman ; Messrs. 0 Conor, Wc theroll, Rawliugs, Hoskon, Knight, ItobinsoD, Bouran, and Eaeor. > MINUTES. The minutes of tlio list meeting \Verc read and confirmed. contiEsfoNbENcn. The Clerk read a letter received from the Chief Secretary's office, requesting to know how much of the time of the members of the Court was taken up in the dischaige of their duties. APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES. George Metcalfe applied for 5*1- feet of a reef on the Silvermines Hill. He had no partners, he had been working there six months. Mr.O'Conor moved, and Mr. Wcthcrell seconded, that the lease ba granted. Carried. Mr.O'Coni r was under the necessity of moving the suspension of tho standing orders, that the Court might consider the Bill proposed by the Government for the am< ndmeut of the G-oldfielcs Act. He was sorry to inteifere with the business of tho Court, but this was a matter of public mo ment, and private interests must give way...

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

MB. .A. INGLIS, who has beon appointed Agent for the BemVujo Jdverther at LoekwooJ, is au- | thorisod to rcoeivc Subscriptions and Advertisements for this Journal.

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GOLDFIELDS' LAW AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

GOLDFIELDS' LAW AMENDMENT BILL. Tjiis Bill was thrown out in the Legislative Council on Saturday last. The House having gone into committee upon the Bill, Mr. IIumfFray moved that the Chairman report progress, and ask leave to sit again that day six months. After a brief uninteresting discussion, the motion was put and carried by a majority of 11 to 10. Objec tionable as the measure was in its original form, we had no apprehensions that it would be passed without important modifications. It is as well, however, that the subject should lie.over until the assembling of the next Council.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1856. THE MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. ' PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1856. THE MUNICIPALITY. By a vote of the Legislative Council on Wednes - day last, the Municipal Council of Sandhurst is feirly launched on its career. • Hitherto' it had 'been nominally, not really, in existence. It had been formally installed into office, but its hands ■were tied from doing either good or evil to any great extent. The majority of the gentlemen elected had taken office under a pledge virtually to remain in abeyance, until the Legislature had voted the money granted by the Government as an endowment. This consideration has very much weighed with us in noticing the proceedings of the Council, and j udging of their usefulness. A body with such a weight attached to it, hampering every movement, could not be expected to display the character, and perforin the duties which should inspire general respect, and a conviction of the value of Municipal Institutions. That impediment is now ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne papers.) Thursday, 13th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne papers.) Thursday, 13th March, 1856. The Speaker took the cliair at elevon o'clock. PETITIONS. Mr. Embling presented a petition from Robert Robertshaw, praying the Houso to grant him re dress for-certain ill-treatment received at the hands of the police. - - — NOTICES Mr. Lalor gave notice of his intention to move for an address to his Excellency, praying him to place on the Estimates a sum of £500 for the Me chanics' Institute at Ballaarat. Mr.. Hodgson gave notice of his intention of asking the President of the Central Road Board whether ha. would devote a sum of £3000 towards the completion of a bridge and approaches at Gar diner's Creek, on a local contribution of £1000. Mr. Embling gave notice of his intention of moving an address to his Excellency to place on the Estimates a sum of £500 for tho Mtchanics' Institute at East Collingwood. Mr. O'Brien moved the suspension of the stand ing orders, in order to enable him to place on the notic...

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POST OFFICES ON THE GOLD-FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

POST OFFICES ON THE GOLD-FIELDS. , It is not often that Ave have to record our approbation of the additions made by the Govern ment to the expenditure of the country, especially in that portion of it, which is comprised in the salaries of public officers. The expenditure of Victoria presents one of the most remarkable in stances of profligate extravagance that has ever excited the wonder of men. 13ut in such a chaos of overpaid officials and sinecures, there have been many instances in which public servants have been anything but well remunerated for their services. This lias been ospecially the ease upon the gold-fields, and more particularly among tli£ post office officials. Salaries have been estimated 011 a populous gold -field at a somewhat similar rate as in the case of a country town, in old times and we have-had the anomalous spectacle of offi cials receiving the same salary for ministering to thirty thousand people and to three hundred. Two or three months since wo took occ...

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MONSTER MEETING AT CASTLRMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

MONSTER MEETING AT CASTLRMAINE. Wo have been favored by Mr. M'Farlane, of the Miners' Right, with a report of a large meeting or diggers held last Saturday at Castlemaine which wo igivo in a condensed form. A meeting cilled by placard, tool? place in tho Market-square on Saturday afternoon, to consider what steps should bo taken with reference to tho Camp ground, which though denied to tho diggers by a recent Government decision, was considered by tho Committee to be legally open for mining purposes. It was resolved to tost tho legality of tho question by bringing it into a court of law, after having discussed it at a public meeting. Mr. Collins was requested to tako the chair. The Chairman would simply announoa that tlie answer of the Government was nothing less than an evasion and a shuffle. The letter of the Sur veyor-General had evidently been carefully con sidered by the Executive Council, ami it was in fact no answer at all. • It was the opinion of the committee that it was la...

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

Merchandise. AT BASTARD'S DRAPHUY WAREHOUSE, facing Post Ollico, View Point, will bo l'oitnd tlic largest stock, greatest variety, the newest assortment, and tho choicest goods ever oll'ered on the diggings. 59An1ar]8t&.\v HAY! HAY! CHAFF! CHAFF! IAN be had of tho best quality a*, tho store of Pol 1 lock and Dunbar, High-street. 672c HAY.' HAY. CHAFF. CHAFF. NOTICE TO SETTLERS AND OTHERS. CD. POLLOCK and W. W. DUNBAR ihaving ... formed a Co-partnership under the name nild firm of, " Pollock and Dunbar'' nro prepared to receive con signments of hay, corn, and other produce at their pre -misea, adjoining tliostoro of T. Nixon Clement, High street, Sandhurst, or in tlio market and disposq of tho same at a moderate of commission. The advantages to parties sending produce in at once to this store, there by saving the tinio now lost by carts and teams fre quently standing the greater part or whole of the day i'in the open market without efil'etiug sales must',be ap parent to every...

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MAIL COMMUNICATION WITH HEATHCOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

MAIL COMMUNICATION WITH HEATH COTE. This long sought-for desideratum is likely at I length to he attained The absurdity of the pre sent slate of tilings by which two goldfields, only some thirty miles distant from each other and under the same management, has had. no postal intcr-communication,- has forced itself on the attention of the Post-office authorities and will shortly he removed, A communication from Mr. AVatts, the Inspector of Country Post-offices, lias, we understand, been received by the Post master at Sandhurst, to the effect that a mail will ■be despatched from Heatlicpte to Sandhurst at six o'clock every Wednesday morning arriving at eleven o'clock the same morning. A return mail will be forwarded from Sandhurst every Friday at noon, arriving at Ileathcote at six o clock on the same evening. The contractor for the con veyance of the mails is Mr. J. R. Connor. The period at which the conveyance of the mail •wil] commence has not yet been decided upon, but no time will...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. - PORT OF MELBOURNE. ABIUVED. March 14.—Alexander, brignntine, from Nelson, N.Z., 20th November, with eleven passengers ; Picard, schoo ner, from Hobnrt Town 7 tli inst., with eleven passen i.\; - gers; Cyclone, schooner, from Newcastle, N.S.W., via Svrtnev. 7th inst.; Sarah Ann, schooner, from Sydney Oth inst. <• March 15.—City of Sydnoy, A. S. N. Co.'s s. s. s., from Syduey 12th instant, with ninety passengers ; James . - -Gibson, schooner, from Sydney Othinstaut; William, brig, from Newcnstle, N.*S. W., 7th instant, with one passenger; Wanderer, brig, from Newcastle, N. S. W., 6th instant; Royal Shepherd, s. s., from Launceston lith instant, with nine passengers; Lawrence, barque, from . New York 28th November, with twelve passengers; Fenella, s. s., from Launceston 10th instant, with thirty . five passengers; Gertnide, brig, from Auckland, N. Z., 28th - nil., with one passenger; Clarence, s. s., from Laimceston 15th instant, with one hundred and...

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

Sandhurst Directory. A bbott'Sflatc of Birmingham) "Australian Hotol," ;il : White Hilla-road. An ordinary at ono o'clock, daily. CaprSO Adelaide observer office.—Gold bonght. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDIGO hotel, Bridga-atreet. John Harney, propriotor. Co. M'donald, Lemonade and Soda-water «• Manufaotnrer, Mcrae-atreet. Late c. and j. M'Donald. _ COOPER & robath&n, Military Tailors, Pall Mall. marl Dmacdougall, Britannia Store, Bridge-street. 627junG DR. wall, Bosquet and Raglan Streets, White Hilla Hamlet, 7tli Whito Hill. GW. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and . General Commission Agent, next the Post Office. HOLLINGSWORTH, Plumber, Glazier, and Paper hanger, House 7and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD &DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and •Ginger-beer" Manufacturers, llargraves-street, Sandhurst: ' 209e JAMES CAHILLi, Blacksmith and Farrier, Mundy . street. JAMES BOONE, M.D. Offices: on Pall Mali, \ adjoining the Manchester Store. J ONDON MART, Pall M...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT (from Monday's Argus) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT (from" Monday's Jrtjm) This week lias been an unusually dull one. Very few goods have been received at the pent, and scarcely uny have been forwarded lo the interior. This latter cir cumstance tons been in n great measure owing to the races having drawn off the attention of many buyers as well as importers. The arrivals of foreign produce during the week have been very few. The Samuel WilleUs, from Hong Kong, with, a cargo of tea; the Glcushcc, from Callao with guano ; the Orbe, from Calcutta with rice and rattans: and the Sailors' Friend, from Ceylon, with coll'ee and apices. Trade is very quiet in Ilobson's Bay, and the overdue Liverpool ships are anxiously looked i'or. ' There lias been less speculation in the import market, but prices generally are linn, in anticipation of a busy sea Bon.in April ami May. Liquors.—A sale of Martell's dark brandy is reported at 15s. per gallon. Old Tom and Scoteh whiskey are well supported. Good low Ports are in...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

COiVBJl'illCIAJj INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. Gold remains at £0 17s. Oil. - A full may now bo confidently looked for. The ■ . rates of exchange are so high tlint it would be folly for the Bnnks to raise it higher, to compensate them for the , liigh price of gold. 1'hey must raise the rates of cx - .change if gold maintains its present price. As the banks hnve caused the competition in gold buying, ; by raising the exchange from pur to 1 per cent. prem., it is probable that in order to " cure the disease they will remove the cause" by lowering the exchange to par, and then a fall in the price of gold will be ine vitable. i'Sayixgs Baxk.—We understand from Mr. White, the Actuary of the Sandhurst Savings Hani;, that over £1000 was received by him on Monday, in deposits varying • from £1 to £500. In our advertising columns an ad vertisement appears respecting the business days of the . bank and rules, &c. -

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

BIRTH. On the 8th instant, at her residence, View Place, Mrs. Thos. Carpenter, of a son.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Saturday, March 15th. 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 18 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Saturday, March 15th. 1856. OPERATIVE QUARTZ MINERS' ASSOCIATION.— The usual weekly meeting of the members of this Association was held at the Lord Nelson Hotel, Job's Gully, on Friday evening, Mr. Pollard was voted to the chair. The night was very threaten- ing, there being every appearance of a heavy thunderstorm, but still the attendance was good. The following resolutions were proposed, seconded and carried :— " That Mr. Willyemante be requested by the Hon. Sec. to become president of this association." " That an entrance fee of 2s. 6d. be charged for this association." In moving this Mr. F. R.I.Dixon remarked that however economically they went to work there were expenses attendant on all these associations, without which they could not get along, and that they had no right to expect their Hon. Sec. to put his hand in his pocket for them even for the time being. Mr. Leek said that he was aware that books were required, writing pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 15th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, Ifltu Mnrch. (Before the Stipoudlary Magistrate.) Tlio bill of"./are wits but small on tfjis occasion, \ri(!i one exception tin? disorderlies having a sheet to them selves Frederick Thompson deposited -iOs. its #u earnest of future temperencci aud Mrs. Minuey, a lady who made liw appearance for the second time in one week on a charge of (hank mid "(disorderly, preferred by Sergeant ltichards, was remanded till Monday to be brought up under the Vagrant Act. IjAncui'r,—A case of tliis discriptiou was rcmaiicjed till Monday. Monday, lVili March, 18511. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrals.) • Assault.—Win. Tomlinson, a/ias.Billy ilitf Putioher, was ohnrged with this oflbnee. Sergeant Richards slated that, a man of tha name of James Ilurloy had camo to the camp, his face covered with blood, «ud BttUed that the defendant had yioleotly assaulted him. He stated that of the Quart/. Miners Anna* H ant came up to liim and v/itlio liim ill the fuee, ami treated...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

TMpR. A. INGLIS, who lias be sn appointed Agem ' IT I for the fieniliijn Advertise)- at Lookwood, is uu thorised to receive Subscript'ons nnil Advertisement* lbr tbis Journal. ° NOTICF ~ MR. CHAULKS MACKENZIE is hereby autho rised to receive Subscriptions and Advertiscroont> for the doily issue of t!ie Bendign .iilre.rlisrr.

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