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COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

COLEMAN'S CRITERION THEATRE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. On Tuesday evening a very small audience attended to witness "Jack Sheppard." Last evening there was aresuectable attendance to see Lola Montes in " Asmodeus," or the Little Deeil. While this piece was being performed, a heavy thunder-storm passed over, and a flash of lightning struck the the theatre, accompanied by a clap of thunder re sembling the discharge of a heavy piece of artillery. The electric fluid entered the north side of the building, at the stage-end, making a breach nearly three feet in diameter near the eaves. It then appears to have darted-towards the opposite wing, passing between Messrs. l-'olland and Howard, alarming both, and slightly affecting the hand of the latter, then setting fire to some gauze scenery, and passing through the roof at the opposite side to that at which it entered. Mr. MaeGowan was slightly injured in the back, it is supposed from one of the splinters, but fortunately 110 one was seriously hur...

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

NOTICE. Wehnvethe pleasure to inform our numerous readers (hat, lmrini; completed nil th>> tiouesstuy nrrangeiuent* f'T producing a DAILY I'APfill "worthy of the district, we shall commence to publish the Jieuiliyu. jUlvcrtiser daily on Monday, the "tli of April. NOticic. We beg '<) direct the attention of the public lu the following scale ,"of advertising in tbc daily issue of this yopcr. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING;. The terms for inserting Advertisements in this Dnily. issue of the Hvmliyo Adrerther will be as follows :— Kor advertisements not. exceeding*. .sixteen ..'words- ..... ...Is. Uo. do. thirty-two words ... ... 2<„ '...Do. do. forty-eight words , ... , ... 3s. tor each insertion. Larger advertisements will Lb charged for by measure ment, on a regular sliding-scale, commencing at 4s. for one inch, 7a. Od. for two Inciter, nud so on, us low, ax 2s. per inch, for one insertion. F.or.inoro insertions thnn one, ii regular diminution ill the. scale will l...

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MR. M'DONOGH AND THE POLICE MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

MR. JI'DONOGrli AND TUB POLICE MA GISTRATE. This Stipendiary Magistrate must be aware that lie has committed a very grave error, to say the least of it, in refusing to allow Mr. M'Donogh to open his charge of assault against Sergeant O'Neil with some prefatory remarks, and in summarily dismissing the charge, because the counsel for the complainant would not conduct his case according to the dictum of the magistrate. Mr. M'L.ichlan is a lawyer, anil, consequently, is acquainted with the law of the case as well as Mr. M'Doiwgh, and dues not require to be told that this gentleman only followed the usual practice in English Courts of Petty Sessions, as well as higher courts. Wc are, therefore, unable to see upon what grounds he re fused to hear him, still more why he should dictate the course which Mr. M'Donogh should pursue. A magistrate might refuse to allow a par ticular lawyer to be heard in his court at all, if there was good reason for it in the misconduct of the learned gentleman...

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

TO COUHKSPONDKNTS. The covrcspomlonl of llio Age la iufonncd thai complaints of ctaU'inenls TChioh uppoar In the Courier bluet ho sent to tlial journal, autl if thoy aru feftfsM mseniou we umy Mwa fed vutfivhTB ftt Hfoorly to publish them iu tho BnuUgo Advertiser.

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, 1st April. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tuesday, April. Present—Councillors Hartley, Haycock, Sulli van, Jones unit I?ell. j The Chairmin not being .presont, Councillor Harney was voted into the chair, who said'that, the Chairmm' had informed. him . that he was ob'iged to leave the district for a short time, mid should probably not bo back in time for the moot ing of the Council. r . MINDTKS. . .<■ The minutes o? the Inst mooting were road and coniirmed. - - - COHBKSl'ONJ)ENOK. The Clerk read an unimportant letter from the Chief Secretary ; also, one receivodfrom the Mu nicipal Council of C iHtlRmaiii". acknowledging the receipt of a letter from the Sandhurst Council adopting the suggestion of the Castlemiine Coun cil to maintain an occasional correspondence con-_ cerning ina'ters of Municipal interest, and'stating that Ballairat hail also as cordially assented to the proposition, and further requesting that any infor mation recoivod by the Council fr -m the Executive Council with regmi to th...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1856. M'DONOGH AT EPSOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. ; PR0GHE3BI0N, OUlt RIGHTS, AKD OUR RESOURCES. THURSDAY, APRtL 3, 1856. M'fcONOGH AT EPSOM. When little boys are compelled to swallow some distasteful medicine, administered for their benefit, they very naturally have considerable objection to the operation, and make vety wry frees in con sequence. Solomon s&ys, He that spareth the rod hateth the child but the hapless infant who has not yet arrived at the years of discretion, may well .be excused not understanding the love which is manifested in chastisement. Now, we gave„"\Ir. "M'Donogh credit for not b&iita; quite so much of a boy, as to pipe his eye like any urchin attlie salutary reproof which we administered to him on Tuesday last. Making all allowances, we did think that he had come to the years of discretion, and that he could understand the difference between strictures made in a friendly spirit, and the condemnation which springs from mere animosity. " But it's all human natur'," as o...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) 31st March, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORUKSPONDKNI.) I 81st March, 1850. I We are at length extricated from the labyrinth of intricacies elaborated by the officials to delay the practical inauguration of the New Constitution, for although the Council is not formally dissolved, it is so virtually, of which we have the visible signs in.the movements of some of the most pro minent members of the old " Administration." XJie tenacity with which these gentlemen adhered to office, " through evil report," is without prece dent ; but that is now past and gone, as an Adini nistration they are defunct. With them, however, the ruling passion is strong even in death, and if they are to be entombed for all time to come, they arc determined "to die game." It is now ascer tained that.Mr. Stawell is determined to stand for the City of Melbourne, Mr. (or rather Captain) Clarke for Emerald llill, and Mr. Francis Murphy for Collingwood, in anticipation of which lie has resigned the chairmanship of the Municipality...

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NEWSPAPER TOUTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

NEWSPAPER TOUTERS. Our readers are aware of our objection to notice airy of the Bayings and doings of our contemporary the Courier, unless there is excellent good reason for so doing. When, however. we ihut tlie gentle men who reinvent that journal, with a delicacy and decorum which do them and it so much honor, condescending to take advantage of oppor tunities to pulf their paper into notice, we may well devote a few lines to direct public attention to a practice which, so far as our experience ot journalism goes, we never remember to have been indulged in by the attaches of aily respectable [ periodlcah At the public meeting at Epsom, we understand that a Mr. Collier, reporter for the Courier, took occasion to expatiate on the virtues of that paper, with an affectionate solicitude worthy of the most accomplished touter to any business, A short time since the Local Court went out of its way to pass a fulsome compliment upon our contemporary, who seems to be fortunate in secur ing t...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOUUNK.* ARMVKD. March 0(X—Heather Bell, brig, from Auckland, N.Z., 13th n't., villi four cabin and tlivce Kteer.r^i; passengers —Yarra., schooner, from Three-Hut Point, V.D.L., 23rd tilt. *.\n,r.D. . March 30.—Hnvilah, steamer, and Goldseeker, rchooner, for Adelaide; Pieard, t«iiooncr, for Hobart Town; Flora Bell, schooner, for Sydney ; and Caroline, vcliooner, for Adelaide. March 31.—Queen of the Isles, schooner, for Nelson, N.Z.Ardberg, ship, for Calcutta; Alexander, schooner, f >r Nelson, N.Z.; Ocean, brig-, for New l'lyiuouth; and Clarence, steamer, for Launcostori. April 1.—Samuel Willctts, ship, for Hong Kong; Pilot, tchooner, for Ilobart Town, Storm Bird, steamer, for Port Albert; WotigaWongo, steamer, for Sydney. PROJECTED DLPARTU11RB. Foil Lonix>n.—New Great Britain, 0th April j Fran •■e* Henty, 13th April; Thomas Ann Colo, Slat April ; Kent in May. Fob LiYEnroor,.—Royal Charter, steamer,, in April; Oliver L*ng, Earl of Sefton, early...

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

Sandhurst Directory. A BJJGTT'Sflnto of Birmingham) "Australian Hotel," ix' White Hills-road. An ordinary at one o'clock* daily. 6apr30 Adelaide observer office.—Gold bought. Amalgamated Gold Smelted. j BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, proprietor. CO, M'DONALD, Lemonade and' Soda-waier » .Manufacturer, Mcvae-atreet.' Iiato C. and j. M'Donald. . ■ . '! COOPER & ROBATHAN,. Military Tailors, Pall Mall. ; | D- MACDOUGAI/L, Britannia Store, Bridge-street. . 627jun6 DR. WALL, Bosquet and Raglan Streets, "White Hills Hamjet, 7th White Hill. FAB J EON BKOTHEES, Pall Mall Emporium, Clo thiers, Bootihnkers, Stationers, nnd denlers in evevy variety of Fancy Goods, TTjnnSO GW. HAYCOCK, Weighbridge Proprietor, and . General Commission Agent, next the Post Office. HOLLINGSWORTH, Vlumber, Glazier, and Pnper hanger, House and Sign Painter, Market-square. HOWAllD & DIXON, Lemonade, Soda-water, and Ginger-beer Manufacturers, Hargraves-street, : Sandhurst. 209c i JAMES CAHILL...

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SANDHURST COMMERCIAL CIRCULAR. Adrertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

SANDHURST COMMEUCIAl. OIKOULAJi. Adrcrther Office, Wednesday I" viMiiii Our market continues very dull, and in the face of large arrivals from town, prices lire giving way: us ilie whiter season is fast approaching -no expect an improve mem in priceB ore long. Oats.—Some enquiry lias been experienced witllin llic Inst few days for this article, in liict an advance of Oil. per bushel lias been established lor good clean oats. We <inote liest Adelaide, 1 fIs. to 10s. lid.; good Scotch, !>a. (Id. to Os. l)d. per bushel. 13ran is steadier and in better inquiry : good Adelaide is iiow fully worth Us. 'M. to -Is. per bushel. Tiny.—We had largo supplies of this article within the last week and prices have given way: large parcels have changed hands ill £1 'i per ton, for snniU quantilics £15 per ton is still obtained. Flour.—The demand; for this article is still very limited and purchasers are unwilling to buy except for immediate wants; we have heard of sales of best Ade lai...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD CIRCULAR. Advertiser Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

COMMERCIAL INTKLLIGliNGE. SANDHURST GOI.D ClRCUI.All. Advertiser OHicc, Wedncsilny Evening. Gol(lba3 fallen to -C-S 10s. -ui. It will be observed by nn advertisement which appears in another column from Mr. Banncrnmn, that the Melbourne Bunks listvt- conic to nil arrangement to j)av £3 10s. fid. per mince for tin' present. The Melbourne brokers quote a further decline hi their buying price, from ■£:! 17s. lid, to £3 Klsi Hd., the latter being their declared buying rate. On the gold fields prices still are quoted at from £0 l^s. to £'■'< I f-'s. Oil. The quimtitiesjof the precious metnl entered for export during the day was !.1fW>9 onnees, of which 3-11)8 ounces were for Madras, by the Niiurod, 1fr2 miccs for Hong Kong, and 1000 for-Syilney, by the l.oinlon."—ri/us. The following tire tlicoflicinl memoranda for the week : ■No. p[ Miners' Higlit issued during the week cutting 30l1i Miireli.... !)8 Ditto Business Ilicenses ditto ./ 7 nt id It) Ditto ditto ditto 9 ut £'i I...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

BIRTHS.   On the 29th ultimo at Hammersmith Cottage, McCrae-street, Sandhurst, the wife of J. C. Duncan, Esq., of a daughter. On Tuesday morning, the 1st instant, Mrs. Joseph Cardus, of a son, still-born.

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BENDIGO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

BENDIGO HOSPITAL. The usual monthly meeting of the Board of   Management took place on Tuesday evening. Present—Messrs. Harney, O'Conor, Casey, Barnett and Mackenzie. Mr. Harney iu the chair. The minutes of last meeting were read and   confirmed. Correspondence The Secretary read an answer received from the   Town Clerk to his communication, requesting to know if the Municipal Council were prepared.in receive the destitute poor. A short discussion ensued, when Mr. O'Conor moved, and Mr. Casey seconded, the following   resolution   "That a letter be written to the Colonial Secretary requesting to be informed whether the   Board of Management of the Bendigo Hospital would be justified in referring the utterly destitute, unfit to be admitted to the Hospital as mere paupers, and. of weakly health and constitution, to the   Municipal Council of Sandhurst, for maintenance : and if not, by whom such ...

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M'IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

M' IVOR. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Heathcote, April 1. A new rush, which promises to turn out well, has just taken place below the junction of Long and Opos- sum Gullies, and directly opposite the Ben Nevis Hotel. Few holes have as yet been bottomed, but some of them are paying well, and the general opinion seems to be that it will prove highly re- munerative. About 200 claims are already taken up, but as sufficient time has not yet elapsed to test the ground, I shall be able to furnish fuller particulars in my next.       A serious accident, occurred here the other day, whereby a man named James Glover was severely injured. The ground fell on him whilst he was driving, and he had a narrow escape from a similar fate to those two poor fellows whose untimely   death it was my painful duty to record some weeks back. As it is, he is incapacitated for work for some time, and a subscription has been set on foot for him. It is strange...

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LARGE MEETING AT EPSOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 3 April 1856

LARGE MEETING AT EPSOM. A meeting at Epsom of those diggers who felt interested in the case of Thompson, the Castle- maine digger, was hastily called by bell, and Mr. Benson, M.L.C., Mr. M'Donogh, and a deputation who had called upon the latter gentleman request- ing him to hold a meeting in that place. A cart was drawn out near Captain Bremner's store, and formed the platform. At about 2 o'clock, between two and three hundred persons having assembled, Mr. Benson was voted to the chair, and on taking it was hailed with cheers and applause. Mr. Benson then said :— On the present occasion he was happy to appear before the men of that dis- trict ; he felt a deep interest in them, both from the number of respectable friends of his who lived there, as well as in the welfare of the mining community at large, and the late occurrences there which had claimed his particular attention. The subject of their consideration on this occasion, was whether or not a person who would be presented to t...

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

Merchandise. MACDONALD and PENNDLEBURY, High-street, Corner of Short-street, Sandhurst, BEG leave to acquaint the inhabitants of Sandhurst, Beudigo, and the surrounding vicinity, that they have completed tho extensive alterations on the above premises, formerly occupied by Mr, M.Kenzie, and known as the New York   Store—whore they will bo able to ollor a general as sortment of Grocery, Drapery, &c., at very reasonable prices. They feel confident, from tho share of business they received at their house in Melbourne, that they will be favored at the above branch Store with tho pnt ronage of their frionds who may be residing in the dis trict, when they will stndy to serve them and tho public in' general in the best manner. Their stock of Drapery hu been imported, and selected from Manchostor, which will enable them to soil at very low prices. NOTICE. LONDON MART, ... - Pall Mai). ■ 8 fi L . L I| tN G OFF At a Great Sacrifice. CLEARING OFF the whole bf the well-asso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 April 1856

Merchandise. MACDONALD unci PISNDLEBUliY, High-street, Coiner of Short-street, Sandhurst, BEG leave to acquaint tlio inhabitants of Sandhurst, Ber.digo, and tlio surrounding vicinity, that they liave comploted tlio extensivo alterations on the above premises, formerly occupied by Mr, M'Kenzio, and known as the Now York Store—where tliey will be able to offer a general as sortment of Grocery, Drapery, etc., at very reasonable prices. They feel confident, irom the share of business they received at their houso in Melbourne, that they will be favored at tlio abovo branch Storo with the pnt roBftge of their friends who may bo residing in the dis trict, when they will study to servo them and the public iu general in the best manner. Their stock of Dranerv lias beeu imported, and selected from Manchester, wliieii will enable them to Bell at very low prices. HAY. HAY. CHAFF. CHAFF. NOTICE TO SETTLERS AND OTHERS. CP. POLLOCK ami W. W. DUNBAK having . formed a Co-partnership under Uie numo a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 April 1856

Miscellaneous. GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE HOSPITAL. Under the Patkonage op the SANDHURST FIRE BRIGADE. PEEL1MINAJIY NOTICE. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that a Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert will be given bv the proprietors in the Great Concert Hall of the Shamrock hotel, on Thursday Evening, the VJth instant, In Aid of the funds of the Beiidigo Gold District General Hospital. Full particulars in future Advertisements. 834npr7 SANDHURST STEAM CHAI'T MILL. WILLIAMS & O'KliERFE lmve now completed the erootion of n Stciim Engine lor cuttiug Cludi', on tlioir premises, Market-square. Williams mill O'Kevffe beg to inform the public that they are now prepared to supply Chiill'in any quantity, cut from the finest Oftten liny, at the lowest wholesale and retail price in Sandhurst. 855c IAHI'j latest dates of the Dublin Xitliuit, per Karl of . Sefton, Hoyal Mail Ship, oil Sulo nt the Argus Stationery Depot, Pull Mall. ARGUS AGENCY, BEND...

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HORSE AND CATTLE MARKET. Jones's Horse Repository, Bendigo, 4th April, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 April 1856

II0E9E AND CATTLE MARKET Jones's Horse Repository*,. Bendigo, 4th April, 185(T. Two mobB of unbroken stock we have disposed of this week, and the deumiul for colts Iihh rather Blackened, but for draught horses the enquiry is good. Trade has been pretty brisk, and while favored with rain we have no fear of its lulling yet iiwhilo. Attention should be given to the mob of draught stock advertised for sale to-morrow (Saturday.) Bough hanks, £10 to £17 Good hacks and light hanioss horses, <£25 to £-i0 , Good draught do., £10 to £66 Superior do., A'00 upwards. Tip Carts, none offering. S. JONES, Auctioneer,. Jones's Horse Expository, Bendigo, 4tli April, I860. _

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