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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER. Wednesday. 25th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

MINING .INTELLIGENCE. 1 ( l'RG.M OL"it JUXl.XG JLKI'CIIiTKU,") Wednesday. 2.~>tli March. IMG, The question of Chinese being allowed in this colony oy not was some time back very seriously discussed, many arguments being adduced on both sides, ami while they at the time found many cut-' mies, they have since made not a few friends. At all events those who have "fixed 011 Jiendigo for their field of labor, have, with few exceptions, proved an industrious, harmless, and thrifty class. The cry that they were all thieves, which I re member being raised by the storekeepers, and echoed by the miners, lias dropped. Now it is "said the Chinese support the storekeepers well, and pay good prices for fruit, vegetables, poult.y, &c. The plenitude of water during the summer has, without doubt, had much to do with the cessation of the com plaints of their destroying the water; but. still, while some with ft somewhat selfish jealousy declare that they have impoverished the goldfieids to ...

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

Auctions. THIS J J AY. - - Jones's Horse lfeiio-itory; Pall Mull. . vjl .IONES- will sell by miction, Mm day,— On tiiiuk, uiitl liijlit lmrnesa liorsvM." • f.inlo at "levsti, A.M. 119c ""this day. f S. JONES, Auctioneer, has received positive -■ / :L iiKlruotioris to Heil by Auction at his Horse iiepircitory, I'all Mali,- (.11 Siituniuy, March, ■'■ The residue of the line mob of Unbroken Stock from the Edwards, (smjsistiis'jf of about, SO • Henri of H'-a-'M. 'flip u!io:.ti<;ii of co;i';h ]«i\ipviet'>rs, carter* niul ethers is ti.-iiiiirly i\i|iu'sted, as the whole will be sold with out ri'.sWe r.o co'Mjiii account Halts. Sain at Twelve o'clock. T'i5inar2!) Miscellaneous. JfilMROck c6kc!er tJiall. f:i-iiis f Wal iintl instrumental Entertainment. BUNK FIT OF MR. F. A. L EEMAN MONLUY, 5! ARCH 31. l.FilCMAN 1ms the honor of announcing'to JJf.L the )>"b'iic of S.uidlnirst and its vicinity that his li.-nclV. wiil take place at the Shamrock Concert Hall, on Monday, March 3...

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

+.Ji&K&IGO AJ) VRJtlT^I ftJuli .* ; J0BDING AOT GENERAL PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. •: KESMtS. maokay AND CO. V B«g leavo. tn acquaint their frierith and ir;e public, that they •have cWifili.'t'.*;! arrangement* f«n\llin rut Jltlou ol a Jobbing and • General Printing Offlcc tn their present V;stabll3hmu»t,. by which thcv Arc enabled to execute Jobs of ovory variety, Books, Pamphlets, Public DoaumenU, Catalogues, &c. rOSTEJtS, IN TUB VAUIOtTS SIXES, Plain ond CoIumI ; cAuno rniNTKD is the xeatbst style, Plain, CoJortil, and Ornamented. In addition to the above, they ha7o procured founts of Itallau Script, a»J other ornnmonted letter typo, by whh'.h Cheques, Xiills 'of.Exchangc, Reccint'Hooks, &o., Sec., can bo cicccutedwi lb na great perfection us In nny other offico in the Colonies. 'fiST* scale of chsmjes is r.nlculated in ft.ricfc conformity \yH1i the MfiLHOURNti PIUCES. COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEA TRE, '■ rrojiriotm' ami Manager, Mr. Henry Colcnwm." Fifth...

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BALLAARAT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 22, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

" -'-W •'(I'lipsi buir'owtf connifflPONDiiN-ri) I " ' March 22,1850. , E^BkicAniorniujj, the motuiinunt;tQ ^ the. Iqf ^yxe,"^)} v\v»4%a cV" tissapr«; amvQd.Hiere^y;$ivcpqyeyappji Ti-omt.Geplong,' andj was safely flap jsitcfl in tllP- Cemetery,,>i ts i place of destination,': without ,tW«slightestinjury.". v'Hn.: Loggati.lh'o sculptor arrived at the same time, and with the assistance of-the comnvitlee,- had-it-crec ted in a very o.liyibla.'loonlity.- "The monument is voryheat, and ; appropriator to v'tlttf ripurposo'-'forl which it:has been^ereoted,- 'and roflectsUlie' highosit! credit upou the genfM'ouk-'doiioiV'Mrj'T^ggat^an'd it' ■ has givoncnUrc satisfaction both to Ilia relatives of the departed ail 1 to t!ie"p'Cibl 10. ' 1'lib~rolI3\vtrig' is the: inscription upoii'it.'';J.'! ''', , , ;' SACniii]V\/'. '%•«'*'x | , U'lie mciiiory'of those ; , Win) Fell on tlio Ail'ijiueinber; 1831, , Wliiliit restating .the liuoonstitutionul-in'OceoiUiigH of tlie ..; .Victorian G jydrnmont. ....

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. DENOVAN TESTIMONIAL. (Per [?] of the Bendigo Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. IIKKOVAN TESTIMONIAL. (I'l l- iifii.li,:; ,i,h;rllvrA (ienil-'Si.'t'ii.— A is <*:«nv-.*n«*cl lor ihi.-; evi'Vi':!?*' ut ill*1 i'ciHii;;.) 1 iuii l, i.f tin1 l.V'iovim Te.-:iinmi!i;il Cnu\. niiutfe. As Ihi* OmjiiiUw lins mnv • 1'nr u !ni::f iime fo«u»n in oxhf.enre. urnl ii is consUjivd < 1 ohirs•.b 11• i:> c!om» ir and publish a slitfpsntjnr rf uivounjr. ! i;s]•:*.- liil* me .tlntm nfj'cmvHiinjc thoy jyls^huia.isiujh^y. v»iio niny h;» nr.ablv* Li»iiiti'u 1 tin? to I'orw;:i*.l iVmm to mt» hcfV.ro it hikes 1 am. (.H'uriomrih vour? obf-lUMjiiv. v. n. J. nrxox. 'I'm Hi<% iciriuiu^ ibi» P'mio Tr.-tiui'm'a! C-*!ii:::'Ul<v. "iilth II-uv.li, Owinjr t-) a pros* of advertisements and otlwr malM'. \vc p.p1 «''»mp^!];»d L.'> uinil yo.stordi.yV polici? r<»p(»;-L and a varb'ly oi' news. — !t is not iti '>nr usual «r.r-»o t'< notii-c? -InMeiit oi' uvory ww luuiuo-s Hrrjj in Srnnliiurst, a--, linit v...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1856. COMMUNICATION WITH THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

bendigo/ advertiser; I'KoamossiON, oun rights, Aitirotm rtr.sounons. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 185(5. COMMUNICATION WITH THE MURRAY. It is several months since we advocated the esta blishment of communication with the Murray, as a groat 'step towards the ultimate connection of this Gold field wi(h that great natural highway of the'interior, by mean* of 'railways. The route of the projected line of railway is even yet doubtful. The valleys of the Loddon and Cnmpaspc have both been .spoken of as likely routes, while there has even been talk of a great trunk-line to Sey mour. It has been urged in favor of bringing the line through Sandhurst, that the country between this town and the Murray, at Maiden's Punt, is comparatively level, with hardly any natural ditliculties to .surmount. Jfthis is the ease, it is high time that we proved the superior natural advantages we possess lbv direct communication to that point. Bringing the railway into .Sand hurst- will be a somewhat difficult and expens...

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VISIT OF LOLA MONTES TO THE QUARTZ REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

VISIT OF LOLA MONTES TO THE : Q.UAHTZ IlEEFS.". " This renowned Lady made a detour of a portion of our Diggings' yesterday, accompanied by Mr. Coleman, Mr. Folland, Mrs. Chester,.and others, and guided by Mr. Bouran, who had kindly un dertaken to riiable Madame to rea ize her expressed wisli to see some-of the quartz mining and crusli ing of Bendigo. ' " . The''first ground visited by the party was the Victoria Reef, where.Lola was enthusiastically re ceived by til-.: whole nf the miners thereon, .who immediately proceeded to " rig up" a chair where} in to lower the Countess iijto one of •their subterr raricoiis caverns, but the apparatus not suiting the eccentric fair one's taste she stepped fearlessly into the ladder, and, notwithstanding the serious im pediment of her flowing habiliments, • contrived —manfully we had almost • aid—by- dint of daring such as appalled her feminine companions— lier maid screaming in consternation " Oh, Madame to effect a safe descent into the Golden ...

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SYDNEY. (FROM THE ARGUS CORRESPONDENT.) 22nd March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

SYDNEY. (ritoai the aro'us cqniti:sroN'ni;.\;T.) 22nd March, lO/iG. Tlio scrutiny, or computation, or whatever it may bo called, of tho voting papers, which has heon made by .the sheriii' has not changed the re lative positions of tlio candidates, but has shown a much larger majority in favor of " the Bunch" than was shown by the rough calculation made at the close of the poll. According to the official declaration on■ ■Thurs day'the-numbers are these :— '■ Mr. Cowper ... ... ... ... .'507-1 .Mr-Parkcs ... . ... ... JJ0A7. • .• : :itv. Camplioll... ... ... ... • 304)1 • Mr. Wilshivo ... ... ... ... 2!l(il • Mr. Plunkett ... ... .. ... 2IJ09 ■ . DivDuigan ... ... ... ... fi!) 'There;'-was--just the dift'erenco. of one ..hundred,, therefore, between Mr. Plunketfcand Mr. Wilshire —the lowest of the ']!uncli.";'But' I adhere to my opinion—that if. this, election lie (£iic.stioiicd'befoi e the Pai'liamentavy'.'Comuntte'o' it. wilt.be q wished. The provisions of the Ji'.c\foral Law arc've...

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GOVERNMENT OFFICIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

GOVKnxirRNT OPKI01ALISJI. In our remarks on tlit! " C.i.tlcin.iiiio iJiffumly,'' wa fiiiinniofl i)|> in iln-snV uvrrls: "Thorn' is abundant ovidi-;)ce tlial. thn old pirit of ollicinlicrn which filled 11 set 0 hlfiekl; with discontent, and disturbance, i.-; not' yet extinct. 'J'hu snake is scorched, riot hilled, iuhI ' has liikou rel'uqe withi.-. the eliaimed limits of Hie' Qoverumbnl- Camps, whence it .still pit-i it.s voioin when it can , do so with fi ifety. If. ia boeoniing n. question .wliel.hoi it is not desirable to exiirpate the reptile entire'}'* by destroying il i haunts, at:d making Government Camps, like oth ;r monstrosities of the Goldficlds, among.' the things that wore." . Almost .nt the instant we were penning those wordsi events were happening olouc to our own door, bstmi.g out. ilio lnith of our remarks, and pressing on the co:-;;',de ration (if tin; people the quest ion,-—" Is it not a wa>to of public finances maintaining any longer tlio. fivrco of Governmen...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

SHIP PING INTISLMGE N C • i PORT OF' MELBOURNE AnuiyFT). -March 21.—Nonpareil; schooner, from Adelaide 20th: insl., with tiventyithree jinsseu.tjors; Storiii Bird, ss.s., from Port Albert; Grecian Queen, b;i;;, from Mnmiiitis 13tli. February, with one passenger. ; March 23.—Ileindeer, schooner,. Xroni Holiart Town SOth'irist. i 'Dfiii Pedro II., barque, from Ilobnrt Town mo Adventure liny 21st irist., with itwenty.four paasen- • ger3; Citj- ofSyclney, ss.s., from Sydney 22nd inst., with aeVeu'ty-fivc passengers. ■_ sailed. ■ • March 21.—Baltimore, barque, for Manilla. March 2-1.-—Bluo Jacket, schooner,' for Sydney ; .Tele . graph, sfiSliuior, for, Sydney; Lady Bird, steamer, for L^'mcestou... . ... • , ■ :•» .'..'projected DEP.(Ilfi;riES.: •ii-or. London.—New Great ■Brithi.riJ'Sn'd April; Kent, iu.Mayj 'Franoes'Henty, 15th April'. .J'on livkbpooi,.—Eoyal Ciiniipr, stenmer, in April. Ton Liverpool Cape of Good HorE.1—Mariner, early.'' . "•< ■ ■■.■■' 'r ■ " 1'or Sydnuy.—A s...

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MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

MELBOURNE GOLD MARKET. Tlie Ai;/)is of WeduPsditv savs :— The Melbourne brokers continue lo quote .£0 17s. 9<1. per ounce ns tlie buying price iif gold. Some of the lninl:s oi'Cj.however, pnying-liiglier mtea on tlio gold iieldf. -. - . , . .

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office. Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 27 March 1856

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. :..S/VN])HUUST"COMMEHCXAL OIRCULAK. AUvevtisrr Oilier. \V«'.Inesduv TJvoning, Gold remains nt .l';l IMa. It is ijttoted in Melbourne nt £■•'! 17s. !ld.,:ftud Custleniaiue nt .£■'! J^s. A- feeling of distrust.exists mining the cominereial classes, relative to the advisability of exporting go hi wl illi four mail ships mv wiir u>rcitJiif. The Hovn) Charts!', asteamer ol' considerable power. Imili expressly fn; the Austrnlitm trade, i.s now out over ill) days. Her nvners contracted to deliver the mails, under a heavy peialty, in (10 day's. Should iliis feeling of doubt jinin. ftmt iio early-arrival of the limils, we miiy expect u fall in*til's price of (,'olrl, a continuation of the jire&eut high rates of exchange, and a very lieavv premium eJiaiyji-d on gold insurance. ! Ii would bo ijieiuature to offer further remarks on the subject until something more definite is ascertained as to the delay of the minis.

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

Sandhurst Directory. Abbott'Sflato of Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," White Hills-road. Ail ordinary at ono o'clock' daily. 6»pr30 Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought. Amalgamated Gold Smoked. Bendigo hotel, Bridge-streot. John Haruoy, proprietor, C< C. M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-water )» Manufacturer, Mcrae-street. Lata C. and J. M'Donald. GOOPliK & BOBATHAN, Military Tailors, Poll Mall. marl MACDOUGALL, Britanuia Store, Bridge-street. , 627junG DH. WALL, Bosquet and Raglan 8trecta, White Hilla Hamlet. 7th White Hill. p ff. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, mid vX- General Commission Agent, next the PostOftice. HOLLINGSWOitTH, Plumber, Glazier,.and Paper hansjer. House and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWARD & DIXON, Lemonado, Soda-water, ami Ginger-beer Manufacturers, ilargraves-street, Sandhurst. 209c JAMBS CAHILL, Blacksmith and Farrier, Mundy street. JAMES BOONE, M.D. Offices: on Pall Mall, adjoiuing the Manchester Store. LONDON MART, Pall Mall~The ...

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

Merchandise. HAY. HAY. CIIAFF. CHAFF. NOTICE TO SETTLKKS AND OTHERS. CD. POLLOCK and VV. VV. DUNBAR having . formed a Co-partnership uudur the name aud firm oF "Pollock and Dunbar" arc prepared to receive con signments of hay, corn, am! other produco at their pre mises, adjoining the storo of T. Nixon Clement, Iligh strect, Sandhurst, or in the markot and dispose of the same at a moderate of commission. The advantages to parties sending produce in at once to this store, there by savinj; the time now lost by carts and teams fre-, cpiently standing the greater part or whole of the day in 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 sales to merit a shave of patronage. 647ctSw NOTICH. LONDON MART, • / Pall Mall. " 8 E L L I N G OFF At a Groat Sacrifice. 0LEAKING OFF the whole of tho well-assorted -Stook ut a great Reduction. Tho Proprietors re tiring from the Goldficlds, Be ...

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. \Ya miQprstttji.4 that the proceeds of the House on Wednesday evening, amounted to £017—soma -G60 larger than the best house which Lola Montes had at Ballaarat., We confess we ourselves, were astonished to see so crowded an audience, but the beautiful moon light night was a great advantage. A striking feature, when the performances at the theatre were over, was the number of conveyances with drivers and touters, scout ing " now for Kpsorn ! Epsom !'' " Kangaroo Flat," " Engleliawk, ladies and gentlemen," remiuding one of the din of Bourke-street, Melbourne, and the inces sant " St Kilda"Pran, Pranl'' When called before the curtain, after performing the Spider Loja Routes addressed the audience to the following efl'ect:—■ , Ladies and. Gentlemen, in returning you my, sincere tliauks for the great kindness you have exhibited this evening in being prasent to witness my efforts to cgntri bute to your amusements, I cimnot do so without tell-, iug you that, ow...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate.) Wednesday, 26th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate;) Vtouhiemlnv. QOtlrlVIdvelr". »• ' The Cotn't was not opened Idle hour... Tlie Ma gistrate, on taking his seal on the Bench, remarked that' it was not his intention to! sit that day,-as there was a miss of business in arrear inoonsequotiee/of thrtbseno'e; . of clerical sssistauoe; that lio had written Vf the" Attor ney-General, informing him tliat t\w Olcrkof the Bene}) and himself would have to devote one 'dnyiti iltY? week to other business tlmu tliflt-of .the Polit'i1 Court. He luul lately done the work of a- clerk, " in, CQtiSBqiioiifsf of tlie late Assistant-clerk of the Bench haviiigji><>e»;ordered to assist the Clerk of the Peace, Mr. Phinkett.'./His health would not stand the work ho was now.doing. Thejfc wore twenty summonses required by the Inspector of Nuisances, all of which had to be.wriilen-out^ns they bad not even forms. Mr. M'Donogh expressed his astonishui&U that tlie Government sh...

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HEATHCOTE POLICE COURT, Monday, 24th March. (Before T. G. Arnold, Esq., S. M., and William Carkeet, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

IIkaTIICOTE PotTCE CoCHT, Monday,-24th March. (Boforo T. G. Arnold, Ksq., S. M., and ~ trniSo™ Carkcet,;JlBf,'; . • »Vl"ia® A." sing--and A. Say, two.- chinamen, wo ehargod with stealing 30 c\ttr;ces of gold from-thc ptpre of J.'D. ^wgwp'uath. In this case, the I Chinamen v?lw actu&Wy abstracted the gold have not yet been apprehended ; the prisoners were pre sold tit the. time tho robbery was comroittod, and were, it is supposed, accessories,—but they refused to tbrov/ any light upon the subject.. Case re minded for 48 hourB. Tuesday, 2oth March. Benjamin Tranter, charged with unjustly de taining a cross-out saw, value 24s., the property of William Robert;;, was ordered to return the saw, and pay costs. J. D. Baragwanath was charged with unjustly detaining 1 on. 16 dwts. of gold, tho property of, John Ronton. It appeared that the gold had in the first instance been stolen from Monton, and sold to Baragwanath, at whose store ho (Monton^ rocognised part of the gold. The quanti...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Friday, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

•' ^IJNICIPAL' COUNCIL. J' Friday; March 28.' jtit: Councillor Simons', Sullivan,' Jones, •und Hftrney. "" • """ ~ * In tho absence of the Chairman Councillor Sul livan was votod into tho Chair.,. ' "• , . MINUTES, . : ... The.Minutes of tho last meeting wore read.'and confirmod. During their reading tho Chairman arrived and took.his. seat. — COIUlESrONDENCK. . The Clerk read'a letter ^received from the Chief Secretary referring to the. sketoh of -,tho Corpora tion Seal forwarded to him with tho words " Sand hurst Municipality" ori it abd tho word ■" Progress"; as a motto, and stating that the skotoh had been approved of if the word " Progress" was inserted: within the circiimferoncc of the Seal. Councillor Sullivan enquired ■ whether the Seal should bo. etched or. deeply cut. A discretionary power was left in tho hands of tho-Committee. A letter was read from tho Govemmont Local Surveyor fonyardin'g the levels of tho township, at least such as. had been taken. Another loiter was re...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 26th, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

MELBOURNE. (from our own correspondent.) March 26tb» 1856. | The anniversary of the St. Patrick's Society was yesterday colebrated by a dinner at St. Francis's Hall, in a style of magnificenco worthy of the occasion, and the Society which boasts of being the riclicst in the colony. This is a fact worthy of notice, as it proves, " anything to the contrary notwithstanding," that tho Irish can manage thoir own affairs to advantage, and aro not the slovenly men of business thoir enemies represont thorn. What aro the Irish represented to bo in their own country? Everybody knows:—lazy, dirty, reckless, and improvident. This is tho cha rncter given of them gonorally by English. men. Now," if ihere is a people on the face of tho..globs''distinguished for generdiiity and, justice, and less liable to make a false esti mate of national character, it is tho English. What, then, can have given so falsa a color-' ing to this picture ? Bad laws and bad govern ment have mado the Irish in Iroland th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

Merchandise. •• . MACDONALD nnd PENDLEBUKY, (' High-street,'Corner of Short-streot, Sandhurst, '''OEG leave to acquaint the inhabitants of Sandhurst, X* Bendigo, and tho surrounding vicinity, that they have completed the extensivo alterations on 'the .above promises, formerly occupied by Mr, M'Kenzie, and known na the Now York 8toro—whero they will bo able to oiler a general as sortment of Grocery, Drapery, Ac., at very reasonable Srices, They feel confident, "from the share of business iey received at their house in Melbourne, that they will bo favored at the above branch Store with the pat Tossgo of ffienda who may be residing in tho dis *"*"* when tbev wiH Btudy to Bcrve thorn and the public "Numeral in tfie best manner. Their stock of Drnnerv spiced from Manchester, winch will enable tWl tq sell at very low pnce>. ^ ^ N0T1CK. L ON J) ON MART, Pall Mall. J. .. - ' E L L I N G OF_P At a Great Sacrifice. /^LEASING OFF the whole of the well-assorted Vi/< > Stock at ...

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