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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne papers.) (Saturday, 15th March, 1856.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne papers.) (Saturday, 35th March, 1850.) ■Tim Speaker took the chair at seventeen minutes past eleven o'clock. DESPATCHES. The Commissioner of Trade and Customs laid on the table a copy of a despatch from the Secre tary of State relative to the export of articles used in 'the manufacture of naval and military stores. NOTICES. Mr. Longden gave notice tb at he should move that the correspondence in reference to the grant of,a site for a school-house at tho Avoca, be prin ted. Mr. Lalor gave notice that on Tuesdayie should move that the House resolve into Committee of the whole to consider the second report of the committee on tin Ballaarat Outbreak. Mr. Embling gave notice of his intention to move that the petition of Mr. Robertshaw be printed. Mr. Grant gave notice of his intention to ask leave to introduce a bill to amend the law relating to the conveyance of real property. ' QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. In answer to Mr. Grant, the Chief-Secretary sa...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. rBOORKSSION, OUIt RIGHTS, AND OflR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1850. We have the pleasure to inform our numerous .readers, that having completed all the necessary arrangements for producing a Daily Paper worthy the district, wc shall commence to publish the P<sw.iigo Adver/uc>• daily on 'Monday, the Gtli ol April.

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LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, 19th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

LOCAL COURT. Wednesday, lOtli March. Frtsent : The Chairman; Messrs. O Oonor, Bouran, ' ; HoBken,: Ens'or, and Rawllngs. MINUTES. •The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Clerk read lettars transmitted ,by him to the Chief Secretary, Messrs. Grant, Benson, Owens, and Humffray, enclosing the resolution passed by the Court at its previous sitting, con demnatory of the Amended Act for the Gold fields. • • •' lit. O'Conor said that lie had received an answer from • the Attorney-General to his letter, relative, to the Act for, the. Amendment of the Ooldfields Act; and that he' stated that its sug gestions would be brought before tho House. ■r APPLICATIONS FOB LEASES. \V. H.' liabee and Uo. applied tor zO yards oa ihe Silver Slides Hill. The claim had been worked eo'me time since under the Miner's Right. There wer.e fo\ir in the party. ",13tr. O'Conor moved, and Mr.. Hosken seconded, ,tl»t the lease bo granted—Carried. : ':iVYilljam Frost (for himself ...

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THE CASE OF WILKINS THE INCURABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

'.CHE CASE OF WlLKINS THK IN CURABLE. V ' The report of the proceedings iii the Municipal ' Council of Friday last, reported in Tuesday's issue reveals a fact which many people in Sandhurst doubted—that the Gold Diggers' Hospital is not "ahHospital for Incurables." We have the host " authority for this assertion in the concurrent tes • tiraony of Doctors Hunt, Iioyle, and Hoc-lie. It , is ail interesting, if not an important, piece of in * ielligence to be made acquainted wi Ji. It appeara that a man named Wilkins, who has been a patient for some time in the Hospital, and veceivcd medical treatment from the physicians of the establishment without their being able to effect his care, and on that ground—110 doubt a suf ficient one—has been pronounced incurable, and no longer eligible to I>c a patient. This, it srems, is an inexorable rule of the institution. In this view of the matter, the parties who discharged him may have had no other alternative ; but with that we have nothing'...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 18th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. • Tuesday, 18th March, 1856. Present—the Chairman; Councillors BelJ, Har ney, Jones and Simons. MINUTES. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. The Clerk read two letters he had'received-—or.e from the Chief-Secretary's office, reiterating that the names of the whole of the members of the Council could nofc lie struck off the Jury list, but that the Sheriff had received instructions to strike out the Chairman and Clerk ; the other from the District Road Fngineer stat ing, that contracts were given or wero con templated for the following works :— 1. For the repair and maintenance of the road from Kangaroo Fiat to King's Bridge. 2. The building of culverts with approaches at Iron Bark, Long, "Job and American gullies, between Sand hurst and Eagle Hawk. 3. The building of cul verts and bridges, with approaches, at the sevornl dangerous crossing placos botween Sandhurst and the hamlet of. the White Hills, to the parish boun (lary of H...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. March lti.—Oberon, s. s. s., from 1'oi't, Albeit i:>th Instant; White Sivan, s.s.s., froiu Adelaide loth inst., via Portland 1'itb inst., with one hundred and thirty eight passengers. ■ March 17.—Uncle Tom, schooner, from River Mersey, V.D.L., with four passengers. March 18.—Wonga Wonga, A. S. N. Co.'s s.s.s., from Sydney IStb instant, with fifty-six passengers; City cf Manchester, ship, from Loudon 11th November, with ten passengers; Alice Martin, schooner, from Adelaide 4th instant; Mary Smith, schooner, from Adelaide 4th inst., with five passengers; Highland I.ussiu, brig, from Hobart Town !)th inst.; Lauticeston, barque, from New castle, N.S.W., Otb inst., with one passenger; Caroline, schooner, from Adelaide OtJi instant: Louisa, schooner, from,Port Fniry 10th instant; Goldseeker, schooner, from •Adelaide Bill instant, with fourteen passengers. sailed. March 10.—Coliota, ship ; Kxcelsior, ship ; Cullender, tehooner, for Sydn...

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

Sandhurst Directory. 4 BBOTT'Sfl.ata of Birmingham) " Australian Hotol," ■Jx.: White Hillp-road. An .ordinary at one o'clock, d»ily. 6apr30 Adelaide observed office.—Gold bought. ^Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, ■ proprietor. C; 0. M'DONALD, Lemonade and. Soda-water ». Manufacturer, Moratj-streot. Late 0. and j. M'Donald. COOPER & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors, Pall ' Mall. marl MACDOUGALL, Britannia Store, Bridge-street. DB. WALL, Bpaquot and JRaglan ^Streets, Whit© -,;Hill4 Komlot. 7th >ybifo HilJ. G, W.: ILAYCObK, Weighbri^go ' Propriator, and . ■ General.CommiiiBioQ Agontj next the PoufcOffice. nOLLIS'QSWOETH, Plamter. Glassier, enS'. Paper-' hangflr.'Hoase and'Sign-' Pointer, Market^sqaare. HOWARD .& DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Qinger-l«er Manufacturers, Hargravca-atreet, ' 627jun6 J3ai)dl;urst. 20Do JAMBS CAHILL,' Blacksmith' and Farrier, Mundy utreet. - JAMES BOONE, M.D; Offices: on Poll Mall, adjoining the Manchester ...

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SANDHURST COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

SANDHURST COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. • The dullness noticed in our Inst report still continues and with tiie exception of flour, which lias experienced n "further fall in value,' prices are pretty much the same a.' •last reported. ' Oats,—Real good Colonial oats for seed are in good demand, and scarce; good Scotch are firm at 9s to !)s. 3d. per bushel. ...Bran.—This article continues very <iuiet, and in mo derate demand. Prices for best Adelaide range from 3s. "6d. to 3s. Oil. per bushel. Hay.—The best qualities of hay being scarce, priocs ' liave slightly advanced. We have heard of sales of real good sound hay at £lfi per ton, whilst inferior would hardly bring £10 to £12. • Flour.—The large supplies lately arrived from town caused a further depression in this article. Best Adelaide ipay be quoted at £00 per ton ; Chilian, guaranteed, £■'!!' (<> £34 do. . . Sugars of all descriptions keep very iirni, and stocks •re very light...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

•COM.MI3RCIAL INTELLIGENCE. :, SANDHURST GOI.D MABKET. ddverliser Officer' Weilnesdnv Evening. Hold reinniiia ut £'l ITs. fJd: ' The Esookt.—l?y the Escort, wliioh left oil Tuesdny morning for town, there were forwarded 10.01:) ounces oS gold ami c.ish. Gold Escorts.— Last week the amount of gold re ceived from the various diggings ill Melbourne, nmmmteil to the almost unprecedented quantity of 00,OOOounoes ol gold, including from Bnllnurat 2l),Qi? oxh. 0 dirts. ; Saudhurst, It),OHO ozs., and the Ovens, 15,000 nzs. . While the yield reaches this standard, the mining interest may laugh at the croakers. The litilltmral Slur gives the following reasons jV tie large escorts from that field :— • " Ii may help to account for the late unaccountably large escorts from here, that there is a large trade carried on in gold, not between Ballaamt and Melbourne, but vice versa. It seems that some parties who call around llie hanks and offer gold for sale as if bought at the Hard Hills, bring it u...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

MARRIED. By special license, on the 18th instant, at the Church of England Parsonage, Sandhurst, by the Rev. James D. Bremman   Mr. Hay Kirkwood, of Scotland, to Harriett, youngest daughter of Mr. Edward Elden Barnaby, of Norwich, England.

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M'IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, 18th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

M'lVOR. ( FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, 18th March, 1856.   Considerable excitement has been caused here   by the discovery of a lead of gold running through a part of the township, marked on the plan as Chauncy-street. Several parties who have been doing very well have been stopped in their proceedings by the authorities, on the plea of its being a public street, and this the diggers very reasonably look upon as a grievance, seeing that the street in question is situated in a part of the township not likely to be improved or built upon for many years to come, and is not used as a road or thoroughfare. A large meeting was held on the 17th instant, at the Mount Ida Hotel, Dr. Carkeet, J. P, in the chair, for the purpose of considering and adopting the best means of remedying the grievance ; and though the evening was wet the number present proved the amount of interest felt in the matter by the mining community. The following petition was read and ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Tuesday, 18th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 20 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. [FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Tuesday, 18th March, 1856. On Thursday, last, (Messrs. Hussler and Co.'s steam machinery was completed, and on trial pro- nounced ready for work, when the proprietors and employes on the establishment met round the ma- chinery for the purpose of christening it. All the usual ceremonia's attendant on such an occasion were performed, including the smashing of two bottles of champagne, one on the crosshead, and   the other on the end of the boiler. The name be- stowed was one well worthy of this undertaking— " The Enterprise of Victoria." After this, the merry company retired to Mr. Wallach's Halfway House, where they spent a pleasant evening, the toast and song gaily going round. Yesterday, the sluicing being ready, the engine went to work in good style, and to-day, all being found right and tight, the work will be continued all night.            ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

Merchandise. \ J'lfAY. HAY. CHAFF. CHAFF. ''.'•NOTICE TO SETTLERS AND OTHEBSi G;p. POLLOCK and W. \V. DUNBAlt having . formed a Co-partnership under the nnme and firm .of " Pollock and Dunbar'' are prepared to receivo con iignments of hay, corn, and oilier produce at tlieir, pro imisea, adjoining the store of T. Nixon Clement, High street, Sandhurst, or in the market and dispose of tlio Tamo.at,a moderate of commission. Tlio advantages tp parties sending produce in at once to tliis store, there by saving the time now lost by carts and teams fre quently standing the greater part or whole of the day m the open market without effecting sales must be ap parent to every interested party. P. ,& D. hope by strict attention to business and quick return of Bales to merit a share of patronage. G47ct&w x:.„a , HOKSE FEED. of the best quality, on Sale at D. Macdou '^•pill'i Britannia Store,, Badge-street; , G2Gcsnt&w HAY!-—-rCHAl""?!": CHAT?F! : GAN :bo had of the best q...

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. On Thursday evening, the drama of Jack Shep pard was produced at this Theatre to a fair audience, and we are bound to say was very credi tably put upon the stage. The piece does not of course afford much room for the display of any dramatic ability, and therefore beyond saying that all the performers appeared up in their parts and acted with much care, wo have nothing to remark concerning the several characters. The version of the piece was not that usually chosen, and the v abrupt and unintelligible conclusion was rather unsatisfactory to the audience. However, they seemed, on the whole, well pleased, and Messrs, Howard an.l Welsh, who personated " Blueskin" and "Jack Slieppard," were called for, ami acknowledged the call. The songs were very well executed. The manager of the Theatre must havo beon at considerable expense in getting up this drama, for the new scenery was really most credi table in every respect to the artist and to the en terprise which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

Auctions. FAMILY RESIDENCE. Splendid Opportunity of Investment. BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE AND GROUNDS. HAMLET OF WHITE BILLS, Within easy distance of Sandhurst, and close to the Epsom Kusb, where upwards of 10,000 peoplo are congregated. LMACPHEBSON and CO. have received instruc * tions to offer for sale by private contract, all that portion of Land, being part of the estate lately aold by them for the Colonial (.-Void Company, situated in tha flamlet of White Hills, and containing five Acres of Land, part of which is under cultivation as a Market and Flower Garden.— together with tlic beautiful verandah cottage, Unequalled out of the metropolis for elegance of struc ture, durability aud convenience ; it having been built under the supervision of tbe ablest architects in the Co lony. The drawing-room is built of brick, and covered with slate; plastered walls 14 feet in height, with dry cellar underneath ; and may without fear of contra diction be termed the handsomest room in Victoria. Th...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. {To the Editor of the Bendiyo Advertiser.') Sin,—I beg to nak, through the columns of you1 spirited journal, is there not ptitriafisin enougl) on ben diga, to ask that distinguished Irishman, Charles Gavan Duffy, Esq., M.P., to a l'ublic Banquet ? Men of Bendigo! Rouse from your slumbers, and be up and stirring, hoping yon will excuse me, Mr. Editor, for trespassing on your valuable space, I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, JOHN NQONE, Bendigo, 21st March, 1850. Sandhurst Savings' Bank.—Dv an advertisement wliioh appenra in another column, it will be seen tlmt this Bunk is now fairly opened. We understand that thp iuterest g[ven at tl)is establishment pn deposits is -i per pent, pee nnimiq, and that parties depositing for shorter periods wi|t receive interest according to that rate. This is a vory great convenience to peysqns whose savings i(ro qtT|all> as they can doposlt small sums at shortIntervals, where their money will be taken caro of and interest a...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

j. SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. .'■This market'remains very inactive, and prices gene rally drooping. ■ -"-•. We are unable to account for the unusual depression nt thisiseason. Carriage is low, and yet Melbourne prices with' carriage added are with difficulty obtained. Flour is very quiet; we can only quote £38 for Adelaide. "■Oats ftre without change, Scotch being worth Os. Colonial 10s. " Bran is a shade easier, and may be purchased at 3s. 9d. per bushel. Hay (Qatan).r—There continues a fair: demand, and although supplies have been coining in freely, prices arc • maintained, £15 being obtained for good. Sugars continue very iirin, and extreme rates nre de manded by holders Candles—Sperm, 2s. per lb. , . , • Biee—Patna, £20 to £33 per ton. .Tickles—pints lis.; quarts 10s. per dozen. Butter (Cork)—has been inquired for; Is. 10d. is the ruling figure. Potatoes arid Onions—market full: prices nominal. • : ; L. MACPHEBSON & CO., !. <" Auctioneers, Pall Mall. Sandhurst,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

JiENDIGO ADVEIilTI-Stilt .JOBBING AND GENERAL .PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT MESSRS, JIACKAY AND 'CO. • Beg leave to acquaint their friends and the public, that they bare completed arrangements for tho addition of a Jobbing and Genoral Printing Office to their present Establishment, by' which they are enabled to oxecuta Jobs of every variety, Books, Pamphlets, Public Documents, Catalogues, &c. POSTERS, IN TIIE VARIOUS.SIZES, : Vv" p .Plain and Colored; . GAUDS PRINTED IN THE NEATEST STYLE, » . J Plain, Colored, and Ornamented. th))tddM!on to tho above, they liavo procured founts of Italian | Bcrfpt, and other ornamented letter typo, by whiuh Cheques, BlUsof Exchange, Receipt Hooks, &c., &c., can bo cxeoutud with «s great perfectlou oa in any other office in the Colonies. ftg" The scalo'of charges Is calculated in strict conformity w with tho MELBOURNE PRICES. ; v ^ Ml?. A. INGLIS, who lias been appointed Agent lor tlio Ilendit/o Advertiser at Lccl;wooil, is au thori...

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SALE OF AURIFEROUS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

SALE OF AURIFEROUS LAND. I I.v the Legislative Council, on Tuesday, j\Ir. Ben son asked the Chief Secretary the following question :— Whether it is true tlmt 000 acres of land have been selected ill the district of Huntley, on llie Bendigo Creek : mill if it be (lie intention of the Government to allow the same to be aliennted from the Crown, us it. is supposed to be auriferous. To this question the Surveyor-General made some reply, hut what the precise nature of it was, we are left in doubt, for the three daily Melbourne journals differ in their versions. The Argus states that, "the Surveyor-General said that the land was sold early in 185-1, but further sales were I prevented as soon ns the auriferous character of the land became known." The Herald, whose report bears evidence of greater accuracy, states that "the Surveyor-General said that some land had been selected in the usual manner, but that subsequently the District Survey or had intimated that the land was auriferous, and ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. (From the Melbbourne papers.) Wednesday, 19th March, 1853. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 22 March 1856

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL^ • A •' (From the'Melbounie'-papersi)' '- ».i . ■ • WediiebdAy," 19th -March,-' 1853.* • >:The Speaker took: the fifcair'-at ;t£n mvntiJespast three o'cloclf. . , " 1 'NOTICES.. '' Mr. O'Shariii'ssy gave notice that he shoul^ move, after the other Qrders, that,thei'House issu^a code of rules .and re'gul_at}<ms*-for the, guidance tho officers administering" tlio 'New Electoral ActiV ROYAL ASSENTS, : The Speaker announced that he had presented to his Excellency, the following acts of Council, to which his Excellency had been pleased to affix the royal assent:—An Act to Provide for the Regula tion of Elections of Members of Council in tho Colony of Victoria; an Act to Regulate the Elec tion of Members to serve in the Legislative Council of the Colony of Victoria ; an Act to In corporate the Company called the Colonial Bank of Australasia Company, j the Melbourne, Mount Alexander,^and Murray River Railway Purchase Act; aft-'Act for the Extension of the ...

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