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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1850. THE CASTLEMAINE DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

THE ; BE^DIGO ADVERTISER. • PROGRESSION, OnitCRlGnTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. I TUESDAY,'MARCH 26, 1850. ; THE CASTLEMAINE DIFFICULTY. ; This question of rushing .the Camp at Castlef maijie is' likely to develope iiito a inatteV of more importance than was at first imagined. The Dig gers' Committee contend that the Cairip was never' legally proclaimed as a reserve,' and therefore 'tlia* the possession of, the miners', right entitles any digger to enter -iipon its precincts arid search for gold. 'Having' resolved: to test the correctness of their opinion,- they procured the services of a dig ger named Thompson, who worked, as agreed upon, was arrested, and,- as will be "seen by the report of the case in another column, was tried on Thursday last. Thompson was charged.with wilfully injur ing Crown Lands, was'fouud guilty, aud mulcted in the penalty- of .C20, with £2 costs, or three months' imprisonment, i All'Mr. M'Doiiogli's ar guments and eloquence, foiled to convince a Bench of .Magistr...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. POUT'OF MTCU50UtlNK. AniuyjD. .March '20. — Luily -iSira, ironi I.mimr-nun j::ui llisll, will) twcnty-tlnrn •". March 21.—Maid of tin- Vnvni, s.s.." from l,imm'e:.!o;i 10th inst., with toil p!i:---c,'!ipcrf : Montezuma. i-cliooner. from Sydney J.-Xtli inst., with im» passenger; Pilot, schooner, from Tlolmrt Town loth inst., with one jiiis srugor;.'i'elograph, s.s., from Sydney lOtli inst.. with otieluinflred and nine pn. .;: eiiu- . . Muri'h 22.—Sky liockcl. schooner, from via Point do Gftllu Wtl» IVecniKoi ; Tasmania, ss.s.. from Holmvt Town ISHli inst., with i-i^lity )n.;->-cn^ots; Hurra .. Jlutrft.. ss.s., .from Adelaide rm Cuichen Bay ISth inst.. with*one hundred ami thirteen iM'sriig.irs: Jolm Scott, , brig, from Adelaide Nth inst.. with three passengers; Kftlus, American schooner, from Adelaide 12th inst.,. ' AyiflFTiirtG passengers; Pacitico, hritf, from Puilhtiul. ■ - .* .;'■jMjnrcli'90.—Meteor, American ship, from Hong Kong yjn'ivdelaido lJth inst....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. Adver[?]user Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

ERCI'Mi 'IN TELL LGlfi N CE. "^S\NDnU«Sl COMMERCE VL < iRCUI.AH. .■Uiverlisvr .Oflico, ' Momltiv Evening. .'The'qhofiitioii'for gblfl is"4:8'18s.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

LATJ5S1' 1 pA'J'KS-; 'jSnglandiv.' j : r:- • . . . .. Dec. / : Now-York:. . . . - • .. . . Nov. Jli ■ •M v Snn-Francisco •= .. ,JJeei :J1' ,Cnpc of Good Hope .. Jan. l!) . .v .. Mar. 1!) -<Adelnide:vv..;s ... .. ■...■■■ .. ...Mmv l!5j . .'Hobart Town .. .. .. Miuvl*' vJUutiiMstau ... Mar.ID; -jNefw Zenlnnd. ;..i ' .. Wnr. <!' vSingRporB.;:..;'.. . v.. j >(.•• .. ... Kov. 21V .'•Jvli^uritiiis .. .. .. .. .. .Jim. 2fi: .. .. .. .. .. ."(ihi. 7' • Ceylon .. .. .. .. .. Dec. <2t) ♦CaJctiimVl.'-l :.t .... Dec. 7

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

DIED.—On the 24th instant, at the junc-  tion of Iron Bark and Long Gullies, Ben-       digo, Mr. William McDonald, late of     New Norfolk, Tasmania, aged 23 years.

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LEGISLATOR COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Papers.) Thursday, 20th March, 1856. RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

LEGISLATOR COUNCIL. (From the Melbourne Vupur.i.') Thursday, 20th March, ISiifi. - RKTUKNS. Mr. F. Murphy laid on the tabic of the House ft return of the works 'performed, and the expendi ture incurred, by the Central Road Board up to tho 31st December, 1855. Mr. Hum (Tray brought up the report of the Select Committee-on Gold, and moved that it he printed. Agreed to. SALE OF CROWN LANDS. The Surveyor-General laid on the table of the IIoiifc a return of the Crown lands sold from tho 1st January to the 31st December, I80G. LIBRARY COMMITTEE. Mr. Grceves laid 011 the table of the House a report, of the Lilrary Committee, and moved that it be read andprinted. The motion having been agreed to, Tho Clerk at the table read the report, from which it appeared that, including the vote for the present year the committee had at its disposal the sum of £1700, of winch they were about to remit to England the sum of £1400 for the purchase of books. Mr. Grooves then drew the attention of the House ...

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PRISON BARBARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

PRISON BARBARISM. A record of all the eccentricities which are per- petrated upon confines in jails and lock-ups throughout the colony, but more especially upon the goldfields, by the underling officials, would be a very interesting document. No doubt the details are varied according to the peculiar disposition of the great little men in office. In one place it may manifest itself in the shape of making a handsome profit upon such little luxuries as tea, sugar, and, mayhap, tobacco, and in another in the petty wor- rying and annoyance of a tyrannical nature. But we never thought that prisoners or confines were re- garded as subjects to experimentalise upon, and to enable a barber's apprentice to acquire an insight into the mysteries of his profession, by practising the art of tonsure upon them. It would, however seem that the moment an unfortunate victim enters a jail or lock-up, whether for drunkenness or mur- der, trespass or felony,— whether for incarceration for twelve hours or ...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. FROM OUR MINING REPORTER. Monday, 24th March, 1856 [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. FROM OUR MINING REPORTER. Monday, 24th March, 1856 On Saturday evening last, at about half-past seven o'clock, Messrs Hussler and Co., the pro- prietors of the new steam sluicing machinery, lately opened in the Maiden Gully, 3rd White Hill, together with their friends and the employees connected with their establishment, sat down to a supper, provided for the occasion by Mr. Abbott, of the Australian Hotel. The large room was elegantly set out, the tables fairly groaning beneath the load of substantial edibles, intermixed with all the luxuries of the season. Mr. S. Harris ably occupied the chair, Mr. Watson the vice- chair, Messrs. Hussler and Latham acting as crou- piers, at the other tables about forty sat down. (Owing to a mistake the Press was not present). After ample justice had been done to the supper, the greatest conviviality prevailed ; the toasts in- cident to such re-union being rapidly disposed of in a spirited manner. The more immediately in- teres...

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MURDER AT HORSHAM. (From a Correspondent of the Melbourne Herald.) March 17th [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

MURDER AT HORSHAM. (From a Correspondent of the Melbourne Herald.) March 17 th One of the most diabolical and frightful murders that has ever happened in this country, was perpe- trated on Thursday, about 11 a.m., at the station of Mr. Darlot, four miles from here. It appears   that a man of the name of John Ross, a shepherd of Mr. Darlot, living about four miles from the Home Station, had been quarrelling with his wife for some time past, so much so that she came into the Home Station and placed herself under Mr. D.'s protection. The man was frequently, seen in the evening walking about the tent where she   lived, about a hundred yards from Mr. D.'s house, and would come in and accuse his wife of jealousy ; though, from what I can understand, there were no grounds for the suspicion. On the morning of Thursday he came to the tent where his wife and child aged fourteen months, and a woman of the name of Mrs. Sayers, were, and demanded some money she had ; sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

Sandhurst Directory. A ,BBOTT.''8(tut/a oi' Birmingham) "Australian Hotel IX Whito HiHa-rwid. An ordinary at ono o'cJoci • . . 6apr30 A DELAIDE OB8EBVEB OFFICE.—Gold bwigh J*L\ Amfdginialed Gold Smelted. jlBNDtQt) HOTEL, Bridgo-street. John Harno » proprietor. |7t; 0. .M'DONALD, Lemonade and" Soda-wato \J# Manafiitturey,. Meras-street. Late C. and WfoonaU. . • GOOPKE & ROBATHAN, Millmry Tailors, Pall Mall. . , ; marl D MA'ODOUGALL, Britannia Store, Bridgcratreet. :£■> - •••• ■.']>' i. : ' G27juu6 BH. WALL, Bosquet ajid. Baglin-Streets^ White 'ifAi'COCK; :/W*?(rfibridf[o • Proprietor, and HOC^MWORl^^W^bilef,1 and Paper ■ n haiigMy HoMfi tuld'Sigtf Painter; Marb«t-sqnare. YARD & DIXON, lemonade, Soda-water, sad il ^Gfager-tsrar, Manufacturers, Hargraves-stroet, §M^Wet. "■'• 2C)®c JAMES CAHIIwL, Blacksmith and Furrier, Mondy :-:'Btrefct.'*" JIAMES BOONE, M.D. Office? : on Pall. Mail, O ^JJoJniag £he Manchester Store. f O^DON MART, Pall Moll. Tbe:iio(od establi...

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EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 25 March 1856

EASTER SPORTS. The customs and usages of the old country are imported into these and the other British colonies with the people themselves. The Easter holidays are everywhere, with Englishmen, days of recrea- tion and enjoyment, and Easter Monday, in parti- cular, is held as a day of feasting, fun, and frolic, these time-honored practices were not forgotten on the Bendigo Gold-fields. We had our Easter sports of wrestling, foot-races, catching greased pigs, climbing greased poles, running races in sacks, and all the other ingenious devices to test athletic skill and activity. It would have de- lighted Lord John Manners, Mr. Disraeli, and the Young England party to have witnessed our sports and our gambols. The victors in these games had, beside the honor and glory, more substantial inducements to stimulate their exertions, in very handsome prizes awarded to the successful compe- titors, consisting of gold-rings, and watches. We had moreover our Theatre, with the attraction of Lola M...

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THE CASTLEMAINE RUSH. (From the Mount Alexander Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

Till'. UASTliEMAlNU RUSH. (From the Mount AUwaiukr Jfuil.) A public meeting was held in the Hull of C'astlemaine on Saturday. lor the purpose of considering the decision of the Bench of Magistrates in the case of Thompson, v.-lio had been lined £'iO lbr wilfully damaging reserved Urowtt lauds, Mr. ■ M'Donogh, accompanied by .1. A. Wheeler, Esq., M.L.U., entered the Mall soon after :> o'clock. There were about 1000 prisons present during the proceedings. and among them on the platform we observed some of the magistrates and Government olli cers. Mv. MDonogh proposed that Mr. Wheeler take the chair. The motion was at first not received with favor, but the opposition ceased after u few words from .Mr. M'Uonogh, and the motion being .seconded, Mr. Wheeler then ruse ami said— Gentlemen, it is with feelings of much pleasure 1 rise to take the chair at this meeting. From what I have; read of your recent proceedings in this matter, and from what J had heard front the Government, 1 expect...

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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

REVIEW. MAKUAI. OF TliB Pl'.ACTICi: 01' Till'. CoUKTY Counts.—" Tin law's delay," in the catalogue of social evils, lias, in all time, < eeup'ed a,.'pro minent plao?, and 11 t .less so i's exorbitant cost. Lord B ongham in liis celebrate 1 speech upontlie reform of t!.e law de-cribed il.o importance of cheap law with a 'laconic tcrsi-ness never excelled : " It' has I een"said~ to the honor* and: pra'se'- of. a Roman'' Emperor that he found Rome of brick a- tl left it of marble, but-far greater will b; the gloryof his present Majesty if lie shall be enabled o say he found law i ear and left' it cheap." That spe ch which occup ed several hours in its de livery .\va< lirten d to i i the House of Commons with attention unexampled h pariiameiitary.his tory .aiul reported in the London , papers to .the ex tent of lliree columns per. Ji .ur of the. Times, which was .cousideiC 1 at ;that time, an unprece dented achievement, and .has not probably been excelled upon any ...

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NOTICES OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

■ • .■ NOTICES OF MOTION. By the Chairman, for Friday next:—'.'-That, the Surveyor General he r .quested to survey <L0 acies of land about Golden-square, to be pointed out by the Survcyor.of -tha Municipality, to be alienated by the. Government'to this Municipality,. I'or a reservoir for mining, domestic, and sanatory pur poses." ; . ■..

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 25th March. Present: The Chairman, Councillors Haycock, Simons, Harney, and Bell. MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

/ MUNICIPAL' COUNCIL. ■}' Tucsdsiy,,25th March, /- -• Present: The Chairman; Coufaoillorg Haycock, g Simons,"'•Ha'rn05,i'.Tvul] B'elU1 ;• |V jnNl7T.ES,-,- : '£ Tfi'e minutes of tlfo'l'os.t meeting were read &nd : confirmed. ti»s- «'.•% «*'•<>•: | •. . . /"I -,,CQRElF.«PpNOnNOE.7 • ' y. I The, Cicrk read ii Ve'stef received from tho Chief 'Seere&ry, statipgt that:;t:i'e* LiVwi Officers of? the /Crown \y ere of opinion.tli.it the licensees of Crown lands, for miningv6f pastoral purposes, were .no", liable IbjJtlunioipalrVateiip' but thatthe lessee ol Crown lands-would lie liable for.th'e'entire rate, and would deduct%moietv^from'tfiiig-. Crown rent. ; Also one from the assessor of ths district, suggest ing that it would be desirable' for the Council, on ; Woducsd iy or Thursday next, to define the boun daries ol'-tlie- township—byperambulatin'fc'them. ~ A, short ..discussion took, place on this fetter. Bu>-. if was' not d&ided: wlietllcr tlib, ...

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

COLEMAN'S "CRITERION THEATRE. On Tuesday niglifc, a pretty 'numerous-, audience attended, tho Theatro to,sec Madame LohriUonlesj hi' tiie comedietta of Antony and Cleopatra, toge tlver'with* the sequel of the loving paii1 Married, 'and Settled. Tho1 performances went oil' welj.r •The-picces-are-mere tritles, and the whole interest is sustained.'by Lo]ii Monies and Mr. Holland, who 'cbrtainlyr.played the parts to admiration." Lola liersonatbiV tlie 'saudy grisfette with a spirit and abandon which' highly pleased the audience. At the cbnclusion"ofithe last piece, ■ in obedience 'to a call from .the audience, she camo forward, andra ([nested...of.them not .to..judge of her dancing capabilities by tho specimon they had in the farce, as that was merely) child's play. They all knew that people did'nofr go to masquerades'merely to show ofV their.dancing abilities. On the following evening slid would have an opportunity of appear ing before them to better advantage in the Spider Dance. The ...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 25th March. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Barnard). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

COUitT' OF I'K'J'TV SKSSroNS. . , Tuesday, Mnrch. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate mid Mr. Barnard). LAiicENr.^-Ki'eu inn, a Chinaman, was charged with this olt'cnce by. Thomas Milroy, a bootmaker, residing iu Urulge-street. It appeared that tlie prisoner came with a pair of old boots to inciul, and afterwards lie saw liiiu iu the' shop" along with two Chinese, witli a calico bag,which.he droppc.d aud run away. lie was chased and apprehended. As tlie boots could not be identified, the ease ;v/as'dismissed'! ■ Larceny.—George Noy wits summojied on'this'charge "bv Koi'iofia, li.Maori. . , , ~ Mr. M'Dohrigli appeared'for the'defence. ,-On the case being commenced, Mr, M'Donngh asked tlie prosecutor.'whetherlie had preferred ^charge of lar ceny,;\Yheii lie' preferi'inT that 'of assaulttlie' prosecutor rcplijil..'that' lie • (litlV ' Mr'.' M'Dn'iiojjh inijuired whether tho'prii'qirprliucl la'iil the clijirg'e of ass'iuilC- 'The Magis trate-. replied.iii. tlie "negative, and said that i...

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OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

OFFICIAL MEMORANDA. Number, of Miner's Bights issn-vd daring fhj fohnigfat ending 2?iid iiist., 153 3)o. Busiue3s Licenses, do. do., ,. UiS »t £9 10 0 Ho. . do. <lo. do., .. . 1 nt 5 0 f Do. do. ' dn. do., .. 12 at 10 0 0 Do. Protection Tickets do. do., .; 4 Gold deposited in Gold Office, dn. do., SOi oz, 10 dvn. Cash do. . do., do. do., 4*383 Gold withdrawn from do., do. do., 2175! oz. Cmh do. do., do. do., £.r>3D Balance ■ ;■ do.', 11,787 oz. 10 dwt. gold,and j .. £1703 cnsh. Escortto Melbourne on the IHli in&t., 10,013 oz. gold, and £1235 cash. Do. do. SOtli hist,, 10,030 oz. 10 dv.ts. gold, and £80$? cat-h. Amoiiut received for dispute fcrs up to 22nd inst., £311 Permissions for jjinJiiliny mills "nnd dams, do., 70.

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OPERATIVE QUARTZ MINERS' ASSOCIATION. To the Chairman and Members of the Operative Quartz Miners' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

■ OPERATIVE -QUARTZ' MTNERSYASS.O-' • ; civi'To^.-;: :7:/■; To .tlio Chairman and Members of (lto Operative Ou>irl7,-MincTs'-AssocintianT : Gentlemen,—!n"accordance '.with 'your request/ made; on 'fhfor'<&?qr>ing of 'our'meeting'on Friday, tlic lOtli March, iS5(>, lu-ld n't t.lie Lord^olsoii IJolcl, I" do myseli' the honor to submit.to your notice the followingremarks on tiife .permanency of the quarts', reefs,.iiml the- general state of quartz mining on fiundigo,.". r ' ' {.* ■ . I regret to S'.V tint in so short a- time-as lias el-pajfl. sineo'.Our • hint meeting,'{.sfeavbrUok been collect'data, or so thoroiigiily'cOtjplfh'r'tbi!' lirRt part of your request, as to place- me in 'a.:po-j to onlarg^-s'ft'fully upon if fis'L might/under ()i!rprTireiim'sl:'mi;es liave doiic. „ * A portion of the' Melbourne Press lias ..lately, in most nnmistakablo terms, stated that these-. dig g!ng.», so' far as mining in < juartx. is, concerned, have suffered ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

THE WEEKL Y AD VERTISER, PUB rJ SUED EVKliV FRIDAY MOUSING, A'C THE OFFICE OF TUB " BbNDIQO ADVBRTISKR," ■ Pail Mull, Sandhurst. ?"nHI3 Journal will o.intiiin the l.itcst iipwr of local i.: interest; tip to the Iwur of publication, aa«l copious -• itrnntH, -carefully selected, from the Bnrop>iit > lutivo to tlio War anil its progress, and oilier i.uji .rt A rib subjects. Tho Mining' 'Interests will lie careful) v sMiiliml, ami vi dl reports respecting the mines mid minl-iv, from " our #n Mining Keporlor," us well us c?:tnu'ls IV>mi (]>« v.i '/,• oil's mining'papers,. will be inserted in i-acli k<ue. As'it is intended to make this Nuh; Journal u faithful ^.'•'iroriicle of passing event*, nn'exten-hv «ir.:tiliiilnti if ' spectcdon the soldfiehls, us well m in tin: n^rio.iUma! • otrku; whi>re the Ihinligo Ath. t-el'wr !ms nlreivlv a .. rge circulation. ! Agtncipa ltave been establislied in this colour, ai i~ 'isoni. Eagle Hawk, Lock wood, ileal hooti?, Cl....

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