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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, 29th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

COUHT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday* ,20th March, 1850. I • [Before Messrs. E. S. Barnard, and F. C. Stnndisli.) Chikesb Assault.—In one of these cases Mr. M'Donogh applied for a remand till Monday., which was r«fa'sed oil tho ground tbatsuftlcient time had already been given by the Bench. Mr. M'Donogh was for the prose cution, and had, ho thought, as good a right to a remand ■ 03a policeman who, on the simplest application, got re mands doily. The .Bench ordered tho oaae on, and Mr. M'Donogh repeated his demand. The Bench knew from the Inter preted'that the witnesses were ready. _ Mr. M'Donogh then left the Court, saying he hnd asked as a right and as n favor, and bad been refused. He had never heard of aupli a thing in Melbourne or . tlstwhere. He would have no more to do witli the ease, and should advise his client not to go on with it. The case was then called, but no prosecutor appearing, was dismissed. Mr. M'Donogh, re-entering, said he had advised them not to prosecute, but app...

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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE. On Saturday evening, there was a very crowded house to witness the performances of Lola Montes in.tjie Iflttle Devil, and the Spicier Danpe, Lola looked better, and was even more piquante than usual, playing and dancing with a spirit and viva city that elicited repeated applause. Howard played exceedingly well as Gil Vqrgos ; but we beg to take special exceptions to those interpolations of his, which are far more witty than delicate. Re spectable persons will not frequent ft place of amusement where they and their friends are likely to be shocked by some piece of indelicate gag. We feel at the more liberty to take Mr. Howard to task, inasmuch as we very much admire his acting generally, full as it is of quiet humor, and seldom degenerating into vulgarity. He should be more careful of his credit than to peril it by the foolish vanity of raising a temporary laugh. ilie Kijte JJngade, the atterpiece, went Git well throughout, being very carefully played, am...

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GREAT PUBLIC MEETING.—THE CASTLEMAINE AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

GREAT PUBLIC MEETING.—THE CASTLE. MAINE AFFAIR. A large meeting was held on Saturday afternoon last in Pall Mall,. opposite the Victoria Hotel, ac cording to placard. A temporary hustings had been erected, on which we observed Mr. Benson, M.L.C., Mr. Wheeler, M.L.C., Mr. M'Donogli, Mr. Saint, Editor of the M. A. Mail, Mr. Macfarlane of the Miners' Right, and Thompson, the digger who had been sent to town from Castlemaine prisoner, for testing the right of the Government to prevent the public from working on tho Camp Reserve—or supposed reserve. On the motion of Mr. M'Donogli, seconded by Mr. Williams, Mr. Benson, M.L-C., was voted to the chair, and was received with hearty cheering. Mr. Benson, -after expressing his pleasure on again meeting the people of Bendigo, explained that they were assembled that day for the purpose of preserving law and order which they considered had been infringed by a circumstance which had lately occurred on a neighboring goldfield. The hon. gentleman br...

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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. From Monday's Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

MELBOUBNE .WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. From Monday's Arcus. The week just ended litis been a dull one with impor ters, and a busy, one with the houses connected with the inland trade. The want of the English mails is begin ainp to -liave a.serious effect on the market. Purchaser? ai^^yihg caittionsly and in limited quantities. The speculation',"from the circumstance of the. non-arrival of the mail, is rather in favor of a fall than an advance in prices, whiplivindicates' the mercantile opinion of the "cause of the detention being 110 more serious than ad verse weather, '/.. , . . ' The large quantities of, flour and of heavy goods in •process of tfansit' to the goldfields have raised prices of cartage. (. v"Breadsttiffs.—There has -been a linner disposition in ihq*flbur,market, large parcels having changed hands for 1fie*suppiy:of stocks on the diggings. Adelaide is worth £25, 10s. for. country and ,£20 10s. for town brands. O'ne'cdrgo of Chilian has changed hands for about £23 10s. p...

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BALLAARAT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) March 26,1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

BALLAARAT. | (PROM OUR OVVS CORRESPONDENT.) March 26,1866. I The Duffy Fund.—Last evening, a public meeting was held at the Prince Albert Hotel, Bakery Hill, for the purpose of co-operating with the Duffy Committee in Melbourne, in raising the .£2000 qualification for that gentleman. The at tendance was not so large as was expected, but most of those present were men of property and influence in the district. James Oddie, Esq., Chairman of the Municipal Council, presided, and the meeting was addressed by various well-known public speakers in favor of IVlr. Duffy, The great est unanimity and good-feeling prevailed through out the entire proceedings, aud all the resolutions were caiTied with acclamation.—Proposed by Mr. Nicholls and seconded by Mr. Denovan : " That as the member for -Xew Ross, Charles Gavan Duffy, Esq., has arrived, and intends to remain in this country, we are of opinion that his well known abilities, as well as his long and tried integrity in public affairs, should ...

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

THE WEEKLY ADVERTISER, . J PUBLISHED EVERY FIiIDAY< MORNING, •At tue office op the " Bendigo Advertiser," Pall Mall, Sandhurst. rnHIS Journal will contain tlio latest news of locul JL interest, up to the hour of publication, and copious extracts, carefully selected, from the European papers, -relative (o the War and its progress, and other import ant, subjects. , The Mining'Interests will be carefully studied, and full reports respecting the mines and miners, from " our own Alining Reporter," as well as extracts from the va rious mining papers, will be inserted in each issue. As it is intended to make this New Journal a. faithful chronicle of passing events, un extensive'circulation is expected on the goldfiehls, as well as in the agricultural districts, where the Bmulitjo Advertiser has already a large circulation. Agencies have been established in this colony, aj Epsom, Eagle Hawic, Lockwood, 1-Ieathcote, Custle maine, Balluarat, Maryborough and Melbourne. SUBSCRIPTION:...

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LOCAL COURT REGULATIONS. YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

LOCAL COtfRT REGULATIONS. ;• . YACKANDANDAH. Regulations made by the Locai Court for the district of Yackandandah ( ■ . 13. Bridges across Races.—iAll racoa that aro cut or may he cut across any public road shall have constructed by the holders of such race at the crossing of every Bucli' a' good and substantial bridge, sufficiently wide and strong for generaL traffic, and should such bridge become out of re pair, the same to be made serviceable at the ex pense of the parties holding such raco. Interference with Races allowed only by permit sion of Warden.—No person shall be permitted, on,any pretest whatever, to cut away or otherwise injure or interfere with any dam,'head race, taiL r.ice, or other works, the property of another part;', without first obtaining permission of the Warden. The Warden may, however,, permit the diversion, flowing or otherwise, • as may be required of such work, provided it is rendered as available as pre viously to tho party owning it. ' Assented to by h...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1856. THE RECENT PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. progression, otm uianrs, and our uesouboes. j TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1850. THE RECENT PUBLIC MEETING. The meeting of Saturday last is suggestive of a diversity of considerations. There was much to ap prove of and admire, and, we grieve to say it, much which every sound thinking man must condemn. We are gratified to find that the miners of Bendigo still take an interest in political matters, and that their countenance'arid assistance can be obtained whenever an appeal is to be made against misgo vernment, and in favor of the victim of any petty act of tyranny. This is an old characteristic of thein which we .should be sorry to see lost. "We were glad to see our Castlemaine friends coming forward with so good a case for our sympathy, and still more glad to see the general sympathy which they received. There, we are sorry to say, our gratification ends. The meeting was not by any means conducted in an orderly manner, and the only aim of the speakers—Mr. M'Donogh incl...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 29th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

• LOCAL COURT. Saturday, 29th March. Present—:The Chairman ; Messrs, O'Gonor, Raw. liDgB, Wetherell, Robinson, and Bouran. CORRESPONDENCE, The C|erl; road a loiter received, from the Chief Secretary, acknowledging the recoipt of a letter from the Court, sotting forth its objections ti the proposed G-oldfield3 Amendment Act, and that it had been rejected by the Legislative .Council, as is already well known. AI'l'MCATIONf) FOR I,EASES. '•Louis'Brains find C. Dierig ,applied for 20yards of a reef in Pcgleg Gully.' Mr. O'Conor moved, and Mr. Wetherell seconded .—that tlio lease bo granted. Carried. John Kelts applied for' 40 yards of a reef in. Pegleg Gully. The party was composed of four— himself, Daniel Chaplin, James Steel,fand William Caruber. The sinking would be deep, judging by those claims that were already down. Mr. O'Conor moved, and Mr. Bouran seconded, that the lease be granted. Carried. Mr. Pollard applied for '20 yards on the West Wind reef, as an extension of a former le...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE, ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE, arrived* % .'.'March 28.—Mariner, schooner. from Sydney 18th nit.; Goilredo Munich, Genoese lutrfj'ie, from Genoa •• 87th November, \vhlr! so vimty.fo'ur passengers; Mnry Stuurt, schooner, from Circular Mead 23th tilt., with one passenger; Clurence, s.s., from Lamicestnn 27th nit., with forty-five passengers; Anne Muriu, brig, from NowcastIe"2fl.tb t.ilt. March 20.i^\yoiiga Wonga, ss.s., from Sydney 20th ult., >«idK^thirT5en passengers ; Telegraph, s.s., from Sydney 27th ult., with sixty-seven passengers; Hercu les, ; schQOuer^.from Port Frederick 2<tlh nit., with two passengers; Storm Binl. ss.s., from Port Albert. Maroh 30.—Strftnn, brig, from Sydney 28rd lilt.; Lady Bird, isir.?-fro'ifr Launceston 2IJth ult.,; with six teen passengers; GoldfimW, schooner, from Newcastle 17tU»'i8^^'-^aSen,''/^s.i>.ft<)ii^ ;Portlaiid, Belfast, atid WnxniWi'iboAl 4S9tU'i5tt.," vritli fifty-four passengers;" White Swan, ss,s., from...

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

Sandhurst Directory. k BBOTT'Sfiato of Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," A. White Hills-road. ■ Ad ordinary at one o'clock' daily. 6apr30 A DEL AIDE OBSERVER OEf ICE.—Gold bought. iJL .Amalgamated Gold Smelted. BEN'plGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, proprietor. C O.'; M.UONALD,: Loinonado end Soda-water d Maaofsclurc?, Mcraa-atroot. Lato 0. and J, M'Donald, . ' ■ GOOPKR £ EOBATHAN, Military Tailors, PoU . Mall.; , , marl BMA'OPOUOALL, Britannia Store, Bridgo-otrcet, 627jiin6 DB. WALL, Bosquet and Baglan Streets, White ;!BntoHaintet«,7tU;WfaitaHilL fi W.!, H4XQpCK,r ^"ffhbrisJgo, ■ Proprietor, and VJT. • Qpne^.Comeswour^gpnt, noxt thn.PofltOffica. HOWARD &:DlXO'N) 'I/airionido', .Soda-irater, and Gittgw-besr Manufacturers,' Horgraves-street, Sandhurst. 209c JAMES' CAHILL, Blacksmith and Farrier, Mundy • •Btrest. JkMES BOONE, • M;p. Offices : on Pall Moll, adjoining tho'Manoliester Store. LONDON MART, Pali Mall. The noted establish ment for cheap goods. . : 225aprB M'AGKkY'...

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MELBOURNE GOLD CIRCULAR. Saturday, 20th March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

melboubne;gold: circular. Saturday, 20 ill Mnrch, 1858. Gold continued at the uuremuuerativi! rot? of £3 17s. Od. until, to-day, when the- monopolists found it danger ous to continue the losing,game, when it was agreed that B certain price should he paid. This arrangement (as has,been the case before). 1ms been broken through' by lome-one of the clique. 't Jhe,^vil effects of such monopoly is strongly exem plified in the present dull and itiimmate state of com mercial and trading matters. Here we have a produce for. the, .first quarter of this year, showing over three millions' sterling, and what benefit has been derived by the; many from it? We answer None; The banks concentrate nearly the whole at the goldfields, aud di rectly.prevent its circulating through, the different grades o'f trade established tliere. Thus it . would appear the larger the produce of gold, the more do the traders con nected frith the goldfields snffer. At present five bank ing concerns monopolise the produc...

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COMMERCIAL, INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

COMMERCIAL, INTELLIGENCE. 4: • • SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, • 'Monday Evening. Gold is quoted at £!) 18s., with every probability of n mv '■'■■■■ ■ ■' V ; The Savings ;Biiuk hn's been -opened to.dny for the j third time, and received over £1200, making a total re ceipt, for the three days; of about £3500. The deposit ors were chiefly. ihihers, .and tradesmen of the town of Sandhurst. — Emitiesa in general .in the monetary, line looks well, j

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

DIED.—On Sunday, the 30th March, in   Ironbark Gully, Emma, the beloved           daughter of Wm. and Amelia Cameron.  

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ILLEGAL CONDUCT OF A DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

ILLEGAL CONDUCT OF A DETECTIVE. In our police report of this day it will be ob- served that Mr. M'Donogh has applied for a sum- mons against Serjeant O'Neil for assaulting Thomp- son, the Castlemaine digger. It appears that O'Neil went into the Victoria, and arrested Thomp- son as a deserter from one of the regiments which have been stationed on the goldfields. With con- siderable difficulty the officious detective was pre- vailed upon to allow Mr. M'Donogh to be sent for, who insisted that Serjeant O'Neil, if he had any charge to bring forward against Thompson, must do so in a proper manner. This is not the first time that Serjeant O'Neil has signalised himself in this way, by arresting men without producing a war- rant, and the sooner this scandalous relic of the days of Double-breasted Mickey is done away with, the better. The arbitrary power assumed by these police under- lings is monstrous, and calculated, in the hands of unscrupulous men, to be used for the worst pur- poses. T...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. (FROM OUR MINING REPORTER.) Monday, 31st March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

MINING INTELLIGENCE. ( FROM OUR MINING REPORTER) Monday, 31st March, 1856.   I have to-day made a careful search for the dig- gings reported in my last as shallow, and paying within seven miles of Epsom. It is possible that I may have missed them,— but my impression is that my informant mistook the new rush, and which is extending very fast near the Whipstick Scrub, which is but a little farther. At Epsom I saw several who had been out, and met several looking for the supposed place, and also heard whisperings that such a place does exist, which is moreover far from improbable, judging from the manner in which the Epsom is extending on the western side of the creek, and in the direction of the Ironstone. These two places will, I still am of opinion join ; and it is more than possible that at that junction a new line will be opened towards the Campaspe. The few working opposite the Bendigo Hotel have grown into a rush, and to-day the interference of the inspector stopped...

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REGULATIONS FOR THE CHINESE ON THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 April 1856

REGULATIONS FOR THE CHINESE ON THE GOLDFIELDS. His Excellency this Officer Administering the   Government, with the advice of the Executive Council, has made the following regulations for the management and good government of the Chinese on the Goldfields, in pursuance of the Act of Coun- cil, 18 Victoria, No. 39, see. 6, viz.:— 1. Chinese Camps— All Chinese immigrants re- siding on or near the goldfields shall erect their tents or dwellings on such camping ground or site and in such a manner as shall be directed by the Protector of the district in which such immigrants shall be residing. 2. Occasional Removal of Camps.— When the Protector of the District deems it neccssary that any Chinese camp or camps should be removed or divided, for sanitary or other purposes, such Chi- nese immigrants shall remove their tents on (7)) seven days' notice to that effect being given to them by the Protector.     3. Appointment of Headmen.— The Protectors in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

Auctions. SATUKDAY, 5th AI'lilL. To Capitalists. A Rich Quartz Claim I'or Sale LMACPHElvSOX &UO. will Eiibrnit to [mlilio com i petition, on Saturday, 5th April, A really valuable Quarlz (Jlaim, shunted on Johnson's Keel', California Gully, mid sup posed to bo a Ruiitii.uution ol'I In: celebrated Windmill Keef. 'J lie shaft is sunk to the depth of . 100 fei't, and wimlluss, and all tools requisite nil! bo given in. Tlio. above is to be sold solely on account of the severe illness of one of the unites, and oilers to speculators a ehunco seldom to bo met with. Specimens can lie seen and nil particulars obtained at thpolliee of tie Auctioneer, Tall Mall. Sutapo 1'IUDAY, 4th Al'KIL. . Fut Cattle. LMACPliriKSON& CO. iv'ill sell l>v nii'-tim), lit the OnUlo Ynvds of MACPlIERSOtf & HAl'COCK, Hick Craak, on Friday, tlic 4lh April, at 12 u'cli>uk, all head.of prime Put Catttle. Can bo slaugh tered on. tlw premises. Without Reserve. 8d5.ip3 THIS DAY. Jones's Hors...

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SHAMROCK CONCERT HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

SHAMROCK CONCEBT HALL. Mr. Leeman, our well-known favorite, took his first beutfit in the colony, at these rooms, on Mon day evening lait. The result must have been gra tifying to all concerned,: to tbe public generally whose musical tastes were catered for, in a style not to be equalled in the colony; to Mr. Heflernan, whose enterprise and liberality has erected a Musi cal Hall, wliicli, for the beauty, and classic chivti neas of its decorations is not surpassed by any this side of the Equal or; and to Mr. Leeman whose merits as; a.singer, the crowded house emphatically attested. Added to the highly efficient staff of artis tes y/a had Mr. Koliler,—by th« kindp mission of Mr. Coleman,—who gave three solos on the cornet a-piston combined with the musical Bells. Criti cism would be superfluous, for we unhesitatingly affirm that Melbourne itself could not have equalled this concert, which the Metropolitan Gold-Held produced ou last -Monday evening. We hope and trust Mr. IlelFernan, fr...

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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 1st April. (Before the Stipendiary Magistrate and Mr. Standish.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

V "'i •,COURT-OF PETTY SESSIONS. ' v '< ; ' TtiesJiiy, .1st April. . (Before the Stinoiidiurv Miicistrntc aiiil Mr. Stiuulisli.1 ; Obbtpu'ctikg• tuh .I'oi.icK^ in ;.thb .Exkcuuon or THBiB-Duxr.—Wm." Watt was charged with, this offence by Sergeant Bichar'ds, who said, from ihf6riniiti6n lie re ceived lie went 011 Saturday last to arrest the prisoner ; he-found'bim witli a knife in hiffhanii, and iu the scuffle. bad' his:haiul cut; the -prisoner'also Incited at biitt,' and endeavored to hitlieL.se rioiis injuries on him.: \ , • ' ' He was sentenced toone month's imprisonment, i - AssAULi;:-n-Joseph-]r.vin waa charged wiUithisoH'ciice by DnDauiei Gill. • ' . The defendant pleaded guilty., but stated that be did' not know wlmt be was about.' ' The prosecutor stated that lie went out of the (.'amp Hotel.'Eaglelrnwk, and nsked the defomlant to attach his - name to an acoount.' He bad to request that the Bench wouldask the defendant whether he came from Vim Die men's Laud. He ha...

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