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BENDIGO MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

BEIn^DIGO markets. We no- (0 an incfeaead demand for Hour, without an ouTuncoy in price. Goo.d oats free of sale. Bran lias an Upward tendency.' Corl^ butter, aonrse. 'Die present 'ow ratf ,g 0f cartaxe must be favorable to parties sending •npplif s. - - following are the prices of the week *.— ""nr.—Adelaide; per ton,£35 to £07; Chilian, £34. 2* ts.T—Per fcushel, 10s. Ud. . 5* ■ an.—Superior 4s. to 4s. Od. per bushel. ' p lriey.—10s. per bushel:"— f iay.—Oaten; £14-per ton. J J Jhail'.—Oatcti, £10 per tort. Potatoes.—£18perton. ■ • . Onions.—£20 to per ton. •Butter.—fOorlcy 2a. to 2s. Id. per lb. ^Sugar.^-Dark.-J&DO; light. £00., rHppsi—American, Is. per lb." ,». • ..Soap,^Liverpool, £2lJ per ton. . Fruits.—Bottled, 24s. per dozen. ■ j ..... t'Jaixis.-^-Engl>sIi, Is. lOd. pur lb., or 22s. per dozen. .; .. Candles.—Sperm, ditto, 2s. 2d. do. - - / , j. Tea.—Congou, ■.■£& per cliest. - . - Piokles.-r-Piiits, :13s. per dozen; (juims, 10s. - Culi'e.e.^—Gro'Jiid, Is pe...

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

. .THE-,\y$EKLY,ADVERTISER, PUBLISHED; -EVERY FRIDAY MOKNING, At the office,of the " Bkjtdiqo Advertiser," Pull Hall, Sandhurst. mi-IIS Journal will' contain tlie latest news of local X interest, up to the hoiir of publication, and copious oxtrncts, carefully selected, frorii the European papers, relat.vn to the War and its progress, and other import ant subjects. The Mining Interests will be carefully studied, and lull reports respecting the mines and .miners, from " our own Mining Reporter," as wall us extracts from the- va rious niiniii!» papers, will ha inserted in each issue. As it kintendetl to make this itew Journal a faithful chronicle of. passing uvent«, an extensive circulation is expected on the goldtielils, as well its in tho agricultural districts, where the Bcmlitjo Arhwtiser has already a large circulation. , Agencies have been - established in this colony, ai Epsom, ISaglo Hawk, Lockwood, Heathcote, Castle muine, Balluarat,•■•Maryborough and Melbourne. SUBSCRIPTION: ...

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

Auctions. THIS DAY. Jones's Horse Repository, Pall Mall. S JONES will sell by auction, this day,— > Draught, hack, and light harness hor»es. Sale at lialt'-past.eleven, A.M. - 119a THIS BAY. \TK. S. JONES, Auctioneer, baa received positive iY.L instructions to Sell by Aaction at hU How» Repository, Pull Mall, on Saturday, 29th March, The -residue of the fine mob of tfubroken Stock from the Edwards, consisting of ixbout 30 Heud of Horses. The attention of coach proprietors, carters and other* i-i particularly' requested, os tlia whole will be sold with out reserve so complete account sales. Pale at Twelve o'clock. 735mar29 Miscellaneous. rnHE Undersigned, in returning thanks to his Friendi ■ J. mid the Public for their liberal support, begB to inform them tlint he-has added the Wheelwright Bu«i ness to that of Blacksmith and Horse Shoeing. Or ders-executed in the most satisfactory manner on the shortest noties and most liberal, terms. 754apr3 JOHM. M'CRA.15, Head of Eaglehawk. , M...

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SANDHURST HORSE AND CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

W.VNT1HT3RST HORSE r AND. .CATTLE MARKET. | ! 'Oiw horse 'market ;(luritig the week 'lias beeu very lively,sales'liave'be'en extensive. "VVo have disposed of two large mobs of unbroken colts in good condition at linuati&Uy'fiUrpribeSt'.VThe'.residue will be oii'ured to morrow for,unreserved-sale. Heavy draught horses still create demand, which is likely to continue, as the wet season. advances. We must again note the extreme scarcity of tip-carts iu the market, they can hardly be 'had'fdr7uV6uey^' " . •" Bough hacks, £10 to £17 Good hacks .and light harness" horses, .625 to £40 Good draught do., £10 to £00 Supetior do., .fe(!5 upwards. S. J02s.ES, Auctioneer. Jones's Horse Repository, ? ^ Boudigo, 28th March, 1850.

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TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

TASMANIA. The Holart Town Mercury of the 34tb reports:— "Holders of wheat still -.decline'selling- nt present prices, whieh range "from 8s.. to.8s. Od. per-busho]; a considerable,quantity, brought from the East Coast by the Duncan Hovle, 1ms been privately purchased,.and is : held bauk.for"an advanoeV- -Hovv- tliis can "be-expected-we know not. The Cernelia,. from ^Valparaiso, has arrived at Launceston, :witli';li,000 bushels on board, and a quantity of Hour, consigned to the xrustees-oCEott'sestate: the captain was offered £1 per. toil freight to briflg the cargo to ! Hobnrt Town, bill be refused to do;sp, The Surf arrived to-day,' with' 2000 bushels of wheal andten tons of flour, from South Australia; mid in .the face of these importations, with grain also iirrivjuff- coastwise, and from the interior generally, the' market is likely to be overstocked. Fiue flour is quoted (it* £2o .to £20, which is not quite in proportion to the current price of wheat. " Potatoes have slightly adv...

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GRAND CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

GRAND CRICKET MATCH. Nkw South Walk* v. Victoria. Within the last few days the people of Melbourne have been very much interested in the result of a Grqud Cricket Mutch at Melbourne, lilnj'ecJ by elevfii' ofthe best cricke'tcrs ofti.e Colony against eleven from Sydney. The match seems to have been i\ very interesting one, but our Melbourno friends are evidently ohagrlned at the result) ft»d 'he Melbourne Sporting Gentlemen have boen very much taken in. Any one acquainted with tho the cricketing of the rival places could not have had tho slighest doubt of the resuit, for tho Youths of Sydney excel at this old Knglisli sport- And the Melbourne players may rest qiiite cajiqfle.^ Ui«v tjsey have not lmd armyqd against them tiro best eleven which Sydney ca 1 produce, for in the list we inisa the names of some four or live of the choicest Sydney players—the three Stills for instance. The eleven who have come ovor and " licked'' Victoria are nearly all " boys,1' as the Melbourne papers tor...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. L* lol pm are r ctaii. Chili. " Oat , lias bet " 10*. 6d Bran Biitlej Sugars lUcc.— ■fotnplei- j C.vutwK Ha?. darinc< '\ie WWW * it*. Bmc, We nre Btill without change in this market, and only eouut for the present depression by stating the present v rates of carriage enables the smnlJ storekeeper to cbaso hisi supplies in town, niul get them up as they required.,'. • lour continues low. Advices from Melbourne have - »tl a'bettjrfeeling. Our present quotations are, ..•in, i 37<A<Jelnide. i arc 'firmer:, an advance of Od.in some instances i ■: Yd obtained, tlie present value being 9s. Gd. Scotch., .colonial. . . ' quiet, 3s. Od.. • —No. demand, 10s. 6d. per bushel, have.iuaintained lust.week's rates. Patna in fair:.demand, at about £3-1 for good -Is. lOd. per lb. ten.—This market has been well supplied .veek, and sales -. have been made at 'rather . £l4being tlie value of good quality. : ork}—la. lOd. , i . ither more in deman...

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SHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. SANDHURST [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

THOLES?ALE PRICES CURRENT. SANDHURST ■Mltinii «s in tlio same sliile (13 last Onr Korsei) ' for dw"8htSood con week. ■ There is «*».<<*. • ■> fit'red during the west dition. The bulk oi}ka slooi >. "used business to be bilng-of a light tie: ^'P'^on, Jjos'ck qtt[et fs in jo.morrow We anticipate n of k'.ann^ht cou -th ready sale. (Saturday), which WE> exncct will meet ^ or ft Tip-carts are i atn'h looked after, and tf good article vre lv ivi obtained £.30 to £32' Following are 0-jv quotations Common had ;B, £10 to £-0 Good do. nmllight harness, 4!20 to £')j Goad draught horses, £10 to £70 Heavy do., none. L. MACPHERSON and CO., Auctioneers. Horse Bazaar, Sandhurst, 28th March, 185(1.

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1856. THE CAMP IN DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

THE BENDIGrO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION» OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1856. THE CAMP IN DANGER. During the last few days all tlie prominent places in our thoroughfares have been placarded with invitations, in large red and black letters, to the diggers to attend a public meeting this day in Pall Mall, opposite the Victoria Hotel, for the pur pose of expressing their sympathy with the diggers of Forest Creek in reference to the recent agitation about the Camp Reserve at Castleraaine. The pla cards announce that M. Travel's M'Donogli, Esq., barrister-at-law, Mill address the meeting. Now, as we are all thus demonstratively called upon to congregate at the time and place aforesaid, all other business notwithstanding, it is necessary .that wc should" know tlifc why and the wherefore of the case, and judge whetlierthe real objects of this meet ing are ofsufficient importance to justify the sacri ficerequired. Public Meetings should be regarded as serious matters, only ...

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THE CASTLEMAINE AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

j it vri%b)A ^e^^tl^.J^Qiapsion^^afl^ fia&n r&eae^d from custody. The meritsof the case remain the same, without the necessity of~Thompson's re maining in gaol,' ^hof^.efin.^spmo stringent rU marks upon the subject :^. i " We are very'glad fa-be able to announce that Mr. Tfesmpsonjotlie .minor ■ who.hod.tlieicburage and the patriotism 'to -put himself forward as the champion of .the Castfonmine diggers in,_tho trial "of-'their iffgttfc tb eritft'r. on We'so^alied &nmp'" re serve," was yesterdayjelea.ie'd from custody, the fine inflicted on him'.Mving'jjeri .paid under protest. Mr. Wheeler, afrive.3jn.town from Castte n^ice^qn_ Wednesday,, ^n'd je^tepjajc, 9pco^jpani^d by Mr. Gi'ant/^ip^.'^ent tq.ijie gapl', and gen orousl^ j^ai4.lhe Jne;.Qut of,his .own pocket, gor for the prfisent', eri^sjKe'jrow'cetebratedoaseof the' Castlemaine Ca,mp .Rush.,".i

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BELFAST MARKETS. (From the Banner.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

BELFAST MARKETS. {From the Banner.) Fine flour, £30 per ton; second ilo., i-US per ton; bran, 2a. per bushel; wheat, 8s. per bushel;, beef, Od. per lb.; mutton, Odrper do:; bread, Od. two pouud loaf; butter, 2s. Cd.perlb,; potatoes nominal.' .. Gold, £3 16s. por ounce. - -

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

SHIPPING INTKU.Ki SNCR. POUT OF MKL BOURNE. AUltl VSD. March 25.—Fcnnlln, from Lnunceston 21th inst., with fifty passengers. March 20.—Champion, ss.s., from Portland, Port Fairy, aud Warruambool 25th inst., with fifty-one pas sengers ; Havilah, us.s., from Adelaide 22nd inst., with ninety-eight passengers ; Ant, sb.s., from Hobart Town 2nd inst., witli ihree pi39eugoM. March 27.—Nil. ^ bailed. ■ . , ".-j-.. '..' March 20.—Magellan, b a refit o, for' Singapbro; Maid of tho Yavra, steamer, for L:innccstou *r .Queeu, otoraner, for Portland; Bmr.i Ifurra, ateameKrfor'Adolaicio. March 27.—Eniinn, schooner;'-Cheviot, ship, for Ak yab;: Marco Polo, ship, for LiverpqQl;, Isaac JNewton, ■ ship,>for Calcutta ; Tasmania, steamer, for Hobart Town ; Perseveranco, barque, for NewcastleMttrv Ann, schp'or ner,. for Newcastle; Matador, bai^uo./for'Newcastle;'. Euphemia, schoonor, for-. Hobart Town j ' Margaret, lehooner, for Sydney. PBOJliCTED DEPAIlTBllEb". ' [Fob LosDox.^New Great Britaiiij Sti...

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

V: ' V Sandhurst Directory. ABBOTT'S ("kte of Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," White Hills-road. An ordinary at one o'clock' daily. . ' 6apr30 A DELAIDE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bought. rJt.L- Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, • propriotor. GC. ■ M'DONALD, Lemonade and Soda-water • Manufacturer, Mcrae-street. Late 0. and J. •M'Donald. COOPER & ROBATHAN,. Military Tailors, Pall Mull. * marl •MACDOUGALL, Britannia Store, Bridge-street. ■ 627juB6 <]FYB» WALL, Bosquet and Baglan Streets, White ifcj Hillji Hamlet, 7 th.White Hill. W.. HAYOOCK, , Weighbridge Proprietor, and General Cpnunifoion Agent* next the Post Office. HOLLilNGSWQRTH.Piuiriber, Glazier, and Paper ; hanger, House aiiil ^ign Pairiter, Market-square. atiWARD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Hargravea-street, Sandhurst. 209c TAMES'CAHILL, Blacksmith and Farrier, Mundy •I street. JAMES BOONE, M.D. Offices: on Pall Mall, adjoining the Manc...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

v v;-A -'MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL. • — -foe B^erald says' •v " absence of any immediate demand for gold, ^£<Bow that"tllt* Mirco 1 Polo ^lias sailed, tbe trade me un "Wiiling to p^'rcliasu . at extreme rates, aud in most in itaac'es to^day'the price lias been £<J 17 s. Od. to sellers. ""With the ejCepcion of some shipments.to Calcutta by the Ojies'Jrtl Bank) .tlie. .entries at the Customhouse this moruirj^ were small; they consisted ol' 2il2 ounccs ■ for Giilcutta, 5ij7 ounces for Hong Kong, 8 ounces for LaancestoK,' q ounces for Sy dney, and 3J Ounces for Liverpool,"'.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

, COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. " - SANDHURST GOLD C1BCDLAI?. Advertiser Office, . Friday Even inc. S. Gold .bus advanced to '£•) '18s. ;3d.' , • ;..;Mr.->Bannerinan reports— • ( , " 'Bank Gold Ofltce, 2Stl\ March, 1850. ... "-TJio.pnce of joJt! remains unchanged, but the mar ket lifts a downward tendency, and there is every proba bility tlint to-morrow the price will rale at 77s. (Id. At this price'tlio purchaser will still buy at a loss, and with the prospcct of a falling exchange further and greater reductions may be anticipated. ' "During the week a fair average quantity' of dust has been brought forward, and though occasional large par 'cels still drop in, the great bulk of the hoardings seems mow to be disposed of. , "-The weather for the last week lias been propitious for .-the opera:ioiis of the miners, Bud the full of rain last nigtiv* is very opportune for those portions of the diggings ■Whtra a scarcity of water was beginning to be felt.

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Thursday, 27th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MIXING REPORTER.) Thursday, 27th March, 1856. | The sinking at Myers Flat continue to remun- rate the labors of the many working here, and I hear of several good finds having taken place in the neighborhood during the last few days. In Sailors' Gully and Peg-leg there is more ac- tivity displayed in the alluvial sinking than I have for some time past noticcd. A large number of new puddling machines have been erected, and in the quartz working the very healthy appearance must strike the eye of the veriest stranger. Accounts from the Wellington Gully are fluc- tuating. This is generally the case at new work ings. I hear of several complaints of the non-ad- ministration of the rule of the Local Court regard ing slush channels, but while such a rule is in ex- istence, and the Court in being, it must certainly be the fault of those who suffer, for not taking the proper measures to have the nuisance altered. They cannot surely expect the members of it to pat...

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M'IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, March 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

M' IVOR. ( FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, March 25th   The usual weekly meeting of diggers and others interested in the prosperity of Heathcote and the M' Ivor diggings, was held at the Heathcote Hotel (Dr. Carkeet, J.P., in the chair) last evening, when much valuable information was imparted to the meeting. The newly-discovered quartz-reefs have a most encouraging appearance, and the yields of gold in the different gullies are such as fully to justify the long-expressed opinion, that this Gold- field will eventually prove second to none in the colony. A petition for the re-establishment of a County Court at Heathcote, was unanimously adopted by the meeting. The last escort from here took, down 1521 ozs. 10 dwts.   Improvements are progressing rapidly upon the township. Messrs. Miller and Co.'s new store     opened last Saturday, is a large and handsome stone building,— and for extent, convenience, and style of' fighting c...

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REVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 March 1856

REVIEWS.         QUARTZ CRUSHING.— Mr. A . Hamon has pub- lished a pamphlet under this title, in which he professes to discuss the question— " Can it be done ; can all the gold be extracted from the quartz — Yes." The desideratum, which it his object   to supply, is a portable machine, with which the individual digger can extract all the gold from his quartz, and work all parts of amalgamation " himself, with the aid of printed instructions. This, no doubt, is a most desirable thing to have ac- complished, but the difficulty is to effect it. Mr. Hamon states that he has " a practical plan which will extract more gold from same mass of quartz than any of the best engines," but that he has not the means of bringing it into operation, and desires to have the aid of capitalists to effect that object. We cannot find anything in the opinion of the efficiency of the machine in question. STATEMENTS OF THE CASE OF THE PASTORAL ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

Merchandise. MA.CDONALD and 1'ENDLEBUHY, . High-street, Corner of Short-street, Sandhurst, BEG leave to acquaint the inhabitants of Sandhurst, Bendigo, and tho surrounding vicinity, that they have completed the extensive alterations on the abovo premises, formerly occupied by Mr. H'Kctme, and known as tho New York Store—whore thoy will bo able to oiler a general as sortment of Grocery, Drapery, See., at very reasonable prices. They feel confident, from tliu aluvrc of business they received at thoir house in Melbourne, that they •will bo favored at the above branch Storo with the pat ronage of their friends who may bo residing in the dis trict, when they will study to servo them and.the public in general' in the best manner. Their stock of Drapery has been imported, and selected from Manchester, which will enable them to sell at very low prices. NOTICE. O N J) O N M A R T, .* } Pall Mall. 8f ,.E "L ' L Ii;'N G O F£F • At a Gfreat Sacrifice, CLEARING OFF the whole of the woll-aeaortod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

Auctions. THIS DAY. Jones's Ilorso Repository, Pall Mall. S JONES will sell by Ruction, this day,— • Draught, back, and light harness horses. Sale at half-past eleven, a.m. 119c WEDNESDAY, 2nd APxtJL. Land. Lund. Land. H MARKS will sell by public auction, on Wodncs • day, 2nd April, Soveral ValuaUo Building and Garden Allot ments, Situate in Raglan-street, White HiMs. Without Reserve, 773aprl WEDNESDAY, 2nd APRIL. To Publicans and Others. On Acoonnt of Whom it May Concern. H MARKS will soil by auction, at I>i» Rooms, « Pall Mall, oil Wednesday, Apvil 2nd, 80 Cases Bottled Porter Mora or less damaged. Without Deserve. S*l» to #ommeao« 12 o'clook. : . 77-kaprl AiletioilS. WEDNESDAY, Snd APRIL. MARK S will sell by eraotion, Pea jackets Moleskin and other trousers Over-coats White and regatta shirts, &}., ico. T75apl WEDNESDAY, 2nd APRIL. HM A U K. S will sell bjr •notion,*-' i Checsa ' i Flour ' Oats and bran . Lemon syrup, ice,, Sw., &o. Sale to commence at Twelve o...

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