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SANDHURST VEGETABLE AND FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

SANDHURST VEOETAHLli AND FRUIT MARKET. . The following am tho quotations Di Messrs. Porker azrl Mhcord'sf Pall Stall Potatoes, L.40 to L.49 Radishes, 2s "to 2s. Od. per do. Onions, Jj.5 12m. per cirt. Celery, 24s. to .30s. per dozen, Cabbhgo,'largo, 123. to IS*, por scarce. doz., source. Apples, Is. 2d. to Is. 4d. per lb. Do., small, market full, no fall. Oranges, 3s. to 5s. per rtoz. Cauliflower, 7ft. to 10a. por dor.. Lemons, 5s. to fa. per doz. Turnip?, 4s. to -8s. per doz.' Nuts (varto^JOd. to Is. porlb, bundles.' Dates, S^flHnwt. Carrots, small, 4s.' per do. K«\? Ifliflcgfsj 4s. Cd. to 6s. per Do., largo, flOtf. per. cwt, dozen. Young onions, 4a. por dozen Parsley and dried borbs, 9a, to bunehos. , 4s. per doz. Lettuce, 2s. por do.

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

NOTICE TO COTtnESFOXDENTS. Soveral letters must unnvoidabty stand over. Tho letter of " Thomas Carpenter" does not possess sufficient public interest to warrant our publishing it in the ordinary wnv^

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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. LATEST DESPATCHES. Sebastopol, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. LATEST DESPATCHES. Sebastopol, June 3. News from Kertsch of the 2nd inst. states that everything there is going on satisfactorily. Captain Moore had arrived from Circassia with the intelligence that Soujik Kali was evacuated on the 28th May. The Russians had burnt the principal buildings and abandoned sixty guns and six mortars, having first rendered them unserviceable. Admiralty, June 5, 1855. The Secretary of tho Admiralty presents liis compliments to the editor of the Sun, and begs to acquaint him that the following intelligence dated 4th June, has beep received from Kear Admiral Sir Edmund Lyons :— "Captain Moore, of H.M.S. Highflyer, who lias just returned from the coast of Circassia, reports that the enemy had entirely evacuated •Soujak Kali, after destroying all the public buildings, sixty guns, and six mortars. " The enemy appears to he concentrating at Anapa,and to be strengthening his works there. 'The fort on the road between Soujak Kali and Anapa i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

Sandhurst Directory, DELAIDE OBSERVER OFFICE.—Gold bought. ADMIRAL HOTEL, Long Gully crosaing-place.— A. Roberts, Proprietor. 13sep30 ARGUS OFFICE.—Mackny and Co., Pike'B Euild inira, Pull Mull. oct30 BENDIGO HOTEL, Bridge-street. John Harney, proprietor. sep3l) OMMERCIAL AUCTION ROOMS, Pall Mall. H. MARKS, Auctioneer. novlS COOPER & ROBATHAN, Military Tailors Pall Mali. 3.1 sen 1 G C. M'DON A LI), Lemonade 'and Soda-water • Manufacturer, M'Crae-strcet. Late C. and J. M'Dnnald. 27octlO CL. QVIST, Working Jeweller, Engraver and • Watchmaker, ha« removed his Daguerrean Gallery to M'Crae-atreet, opposite tbo Exhibition Building. 4novl0 CM. DAVIES and Co., booksellers and stationer.-!, • Williamson-street. 17ocl20 f AAYIES'S Circulating Librarv, Williamson-street. XJ ISoet 20 TVftS. WALL & JORDAN. Bosquet and Raglan JLJ Streets, Whito Hills Hamlet, 7t.li White Hill. sepSO DJ. 0'K.EEFEl Adelaide Store, Dead Ilorao ■ Flat. sepSO DUNCAN & CO., Saddlers and Harness M...

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EXTENSION OF THE TOWNSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

EXTENSION OF THE TOWNSHIP. The following memorial, signed by some two hundred of the townspeople of Sandhurst, was forwarded to the Lieutenant-Governor in the early part of the week. The movement was taken in consequence of a petition having been sent to town praying that the ground on the roadside below Commissioners' Gully should be put for sale. The memorial subjoined in a counter petition. In answer to the petition a letter, we understand, has been received from the Colonial Secretary, stating that the land situated between the township boundary and the White Hills Bridge, is intended to be kept as a reserve for the use of parties willing to take out the business license. The object of the persons who signed the following memorial is thus, we presume, gained. To His Excellency Sir Charles Hotham, Knight Com- mander of the Most Honorable Military Order of the Bath, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Colony of Victoria, and Vice-Admiral of the same. The memorial of the u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

For Sale. ON SALE, at the Manchester Store, Pall Mall— Blaoksmith's bellows, 28, SO, 32, 34, and 30 inches, and of beat ijuality Tuo irons Anvils, assorted sizes Vices do. Hammers do; Files, rasps, &c.,- - And every other.-requisite'for a blacksmith abou to commence business. , ; • ' G. and T. HAKK-ER, 538c ••• • : proprietors. ON SALE, at tlia Manchester Store, I'hII Mall— 20 tons assorted bar and rod irorij crowa brand Sheet iron : Galvanized corrugated iron Do. ridging - - Do. naili 2 tons blister steel, hoop L 1 do. cast do., square. 1 do. shear do. ; •' ' 1 spring do. ■ G. and T. HAKKER, 539o '• - Proprietors. ON SALE/ at the Manchester Store, Pall Mall— Carpenters' tools of all sorts, by the best English and American makers v Nails of all sizes Screivs do. G. and T. HAKKER, 540o Proprietors. ON SALE, at tlio Manchester Store, Pall Mall— Wheelwrights' tools of all sorts Springs, scroll irons, and patent axles Cart boxes, assorted sizes Finished axles and boxes complete,...

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POST OFFICE PECULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

POST OFFICE PECULATION. Scvemi complaints have lately been made against the post office departments, it being alleged that abstractions of the contents of valuable letters have repeatedly taken place, apparently whilst within the charge of the post office officials. The nature of these complaints may be gathered from the brief statement appended, and as I am informed an enquiry has been instituted, further com- ment would, perhaps, only tend to throw obstacles in the way of a discovery of the real delinquents. But I doubt whether the Postmaster General is really in earnest in this enquiry, or enters it with a determina- tion to sift the matter to the bottom. The gentleman to whom it is entrusted is not the best man in the world for such a service, requiring, as it does, no little shrewd- ness and secrecy; whilst his connection with the post office is sufficient to put the rogues on the alert, and militate against acquiring such information as can only be obtained by craft and cunnin...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. QUESTIONS TO THE LOCAL COURT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. QUESTIONS TO THE LOCAL COURT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. Sir.—As you seem (and I am sure it will suit your purpose to do so) to take up the interest of the working miner, on whom all must depend on Bendigo for sup- port, I wish, through the medium of your well-conducted journal, to ask for a reply to the following questions from our Local Court Members :— I. I, a miner, find a good quartz reef, and apply for a lease; I of course state or tell the whereabouts, (in fact the identical spot), now what guarantee have I that some of those Local Court gentlemen—all gentlemen miners— will not rush round my claim before I secure my license and chice me out of the benefit of my discovery? II. Why don't they fix on some system at once, without repeatedly altering one clause, or another, which renders their doings all but incomprehensible to such poor uneducated men as myself? We want and must have a batch of quite different men to compose our Local Court ...

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THE LEASE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

THE LEASE QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. SIR,—In your issue of Saturday last, a letter appears, signed by one of the " generous " but much maligned class—the Leaseholders—in which the writer endeavors to reply to the letters of "A Constant Reader," and " A Close Observer." respecting what they said about plurality of leases. The only points which I think are worthy of notice in "A Leaseholder's " letter are as follows :—1st. That if a plurality of leases were granted, " twenty times the quantity of ground would be opened up by persons having capital at their command." 2ndly. That " private enterprise has, since the granting of leases, opened up double the quantity of quartz veins.'" And 3rdly. That those who clamor against leases " are the real monopo- lists." In reply, I beg to call upon "A Leaseholder "for proof that twenty times the amount of ground would be opened up were a plurality of leases granted. Up to the present, the great majority of reefs have been ...

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[?] LEASEHOLDERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

LEASEHOLDERS. lb.   TO THE EDITOR OF THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. SIR,—Permit me a small space in your valuable paper to reply to the regretting " Leaseholder." His   arguments I may class as follows :— 1st, That companies will open up more ground than is at present opened. 2nd, That it requires capital to work a quartz vein. 3rd, That there are thousands who can't earn a livelihood. 4th. The more money the better. And lastly, We should have had a different Local Court if the hired men had a voice in the framing of it. Now, Sir, I beg leave to deny the arguments he brings forward except the 4th. One does not require a head like a lawyer to know that a man working for himself will work harder, well knowing what he gets, little or much, it will be his own ; he won't have a master, with his boasted £4 or £5 a week, for a few weeks, and then come down to £2 or £3, with the cry " we can get plenty of men." 2nd, To my knowledge, parties of men are working quartz veins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, the first newspaper on the Victoria Goldfields, and the best Inland Advertising Medium in the colony,   PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY              MORNING, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of the district of Bendigo, the Metropolitan Goldfield of Australia.       THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER has the most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium must be at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of one of the LARGEST GOLDFIELDS, but is the mart of the extensive PASTORAL DISTRICT comprising the valleys of the LODDON and CAMPASPIE, and the wide and fertile plains extending to the MURRAY. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such as are almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble and world-renowned nation. The local interests of...

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SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 28th August. (Before L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, 28th August.     (Before L. M'Lachlan, Esq., S.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—Edward Reilly, John Hughes, Francis Jemison, and George Bricknell, were each fined 40s., or three days' imprisonment; James Stevenson, Wm. Hodges, and Joseph Cushopp, were each fined 5s. FURIOUS DRIVING.—Edwd. Reilly, previously charged with being drunk, was now fined £1, or three days' im- prisonment, for this offence. (G. Vallentine, Esq., J.P., here took his seat on the Bench.) RESISTING THE CHINESE PROTECTOR.—A-Rum, A- Sum, A-Schen, and A-Chong, four Chinese, were charged with resisting the Chinese Protector in the execution of his duties. It appeared from the evidence of Mr. Stan-   dish, the Chinese protector, that the 6th clause of the   Act he held in his hand empowered the Governor, with   the advice of the Executive Council to make laws for the government of the Chinese; that he had received in...

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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

PATRIOTIC FUND. Yesterday afternoon, pursuant to notice, a meeting   was held at the Shamrock Hotel, to consider the best    means of raising subscriptions for the relief of the su-   ferers by the present war in the Crimea. The attendance was not large, but amongst those present were many of our most prominent men.   Mr. SULLIVAN has been voted to the [Chair and] James Skene [elected as] secretary. Mr. DENOVAN moved "That this meeting desires to express its sympathy with the Army and Navy engaged in the present protracted war with Russia, and pledges itself to join with others in a subscription towards the Patriotic Fund, on behalf of the Widows and Orphans of the War.' Mr. PITMAN seconded the motion, which was carried. Mr. BURAL then proposed, and Mr. WINCH seconded, "That a committee be appointed, for the purpose of ob-   taining subscriptions, and devising the best means to aid the Patriotic Fund, consisting of the following gen- tlemen: — ...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1855. OUR GULLIES AND REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER, PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. "SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1855.™" OUR GULLIES AND REEFS. Where shall we find a fitting comparison for the present aspect of our deserted gullies ? Graveyards would suit us so far as loneliness is concerned, but would be wholly inapt other- wise, unless we were to assume an antipodean privilege, for instead of burying tho dust, wo exhume it; instead of tablets, showing where it is, we have cavities showing where it was. Nor would bleak battle fields apply, although at intervals solitary individuals may be seen gloomily wandering over the pock-pitted soil, peering into deep holes, as if they were the last resting places of comrades stricken down in the fight, and inquisitive tourists are also about examining the rattling skeletons of de- funct puddling machines, or comparing them with the ruins of so many Mamelom and Mala- koff forts, in the regions of bloody strategy. ] But the solitary individual is a " used up'' digge...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. THE LAST CRY OF THE HOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

ORIGINAL POETRY. THE LAST CRY OF THE HOUND. 'Tis noon—and Sol's enliv'ning ray Beams kindly on declining day; Enrolled around the glittering west, Lie flood-lit clouds, in amber drest. The trees their foliage seem to droop, The wanton leaves together group, The flow'rets hide their drowsy heads, In mossy clusters find their beds. All's silent—save the limpid brook, Which courses many a shelt'rd nook, And rapid o'er its pebbly strand, So gently rash, disdains command. So sweetly placid is the scene, Bower fitting for Faery Queen; Or if, perchance, the truth I tell, Some gentle Hermit here would dwell. II. The spell's dissolv'd, for now is borne Upon the air, a distant horn;   Anon a shout salutes the ear, Prolonged by Echo far and near. With harsher notes, now loud, now soft, The startled magpie soars aloft; Trust in his wing—careering nigh, And o'er the danger dares to fly. Thus was it, in the times of old, The raven's croak would scare the bold;   Grew pal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

THIS DAY. Jones's Horse Repository, Pall Mall. S. JONES will sell by auction, this day,-- Draught, hach, and light harness horses. Sale at half-past eleven, A.M. 153c SATURDAY, 1st SEPTEMBER. To Quartz Miners. Sale by order of the Local Court. S. JONES, Auctioneer, &c., will sell on Saturday, 1st September, on the ground,   1 horse quartz crushing machine, with roller, amalgamator, and all tools necessary for work-     ing same. Also, 2 or 3 large tents. The above is situated at the head of Poverty Gully and Sheepshead Hill, and must be sold Without the Slightest Reserve.   Sale at 3 o'clock. 780sep1 S. JONES, Auctioneer. SATURDAY, 1st SEPTEMBER. H. MARKS will sell by auction, on Saturday, 1st September, 1855,           1 very superior semi-grand pianoforte, by Collard and Collard   Also, a very excellent 6½ octave cottage ditto 788 sep 1 TUESDAY,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 1 September 1855

WANTED, immediately, a respectable young person. Apply to Mrs. Cairncross, Crossing Place, Iron : bark Gully, opposite Bsillerstedt's claim. 4sepl WANTED, a good general servant, to keep house for two gontlemen. Wages, £75. Apply to William Kelly, quartz mill, New Chum Gnlly. SlOsepl YXTANTHD, by a person of colonial experience, of T t strictly temperate habits, and accustomed to pnr clinse gold, a situation as manager of a store or general business. Apply Oddfellow, 'Advertiser' Office. 3-lsepl WANTED, two or three qnarrymen, wages 110 object. Apply nt Hustler mid Co.'s, Ironbark Gully. N.B.—None need apply but first-rato men. Ilsep5 ANTED, ii steady man to look after a horse, and do other light work, linquiro at tho office of this paper. jlOsepl ANTED, a competent chemist.—Apply to R. Cooke, White Hills Road. 15sepl ANTED, a situation as clerk or storeman. Local references. Apply at the Adelaide Dispensary, I Pall Mall. ISaepI ANTED, immediately, a good general Bervant. Apply at D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 September 1855

THIS DAY. Jones's Homo Repository, Pall Mull. S JONES will Bell by auction, this day,— • Draught, hock, and light harness horses. Sale at halt-past eleven, a.m. 153o Missing Friends. IF this should meet the eye of Kichard Pamory, his sister would be happy to hear from hiiu, as 8lie has not heard from him since he left Adelaide for the diggings." Mrs. JOPES UNLEY. 23 eep 5 WOMAN MISSING. LEFT her home, on Monday afternoon, 27tb inst., Anne Pullinger—age 35, height 5 feet, dark com plexion, marl'ed with snmll-pox, has lost two front teeth, hair nearly gone, is at present insane, nearly lost her speech. A reward of £2 will bo paid by the under signed to any one bringing information of her, whether dead or olive, either to tlio Police Camp, Sandhurst, or to the undersigned.—GEORGE PULLINGER, Long Gully, near jnnetion of Iron Bark. 24sep5 TO MKS. MONKS, formerly of Lonsdale-street east, Mr. Frank Oswald, or any or all peraons from the Isle of Man,—Information is earnestly requested by th...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 September 1855

8AKp!IJJRST V'HOLpSAiE PRICES CURRENT. •'Advertiser' Office, Tuesday Evoulng. "We havo no change to notlco In our market The dullness in trade referred to in our last roport continues unabated, and thcro is uo disposition ovinccd by storekeepers to purchaso even at present low prlcos. The retail prices on theso diggings are now almost on a level Trith the Melbourne prices; the diggers and the publio reap tho benefit of our over-stocked market, and no im provement can bo }ool;ed for untjl our p^eeont large stocks are worked off. Oats : Best Scotch, Os. to 9s. 3d. per bushel; but a large pareel could not be placed at more than 8s. per bushol. Stocks con tinue heavy. TUy : Best colonist, L.|8 to 3^,20 f chaff, L.83 to l.24 per ton. i JIhan : Adolaide, 5s. per bushel, no enquiry. I Flour : Best Adelaide may be quoted atL,50; Chill, best, L.48 to I L.48 por ton, with moderato enquiry. ! fiuoins: Cossipore, No. 1, 5d. to &£d. per lb.; crushed loaf, &d. i per lb.; Mauritius...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 5 September 1855

A letter from Odessa, of tlic !Jrd, in tlie Austrian Ga-. zette, says:—" It was only on tlic 1st tliat tlio landing ol' the Allies at Kertscli and the occupation of the Sea of Azoff were positively known here. Fresh troops are proceeding by forced inarches towards tlie Crimea. Great fears are entertained for the safety of tlie large supplies of corn which are collected on the coast of the Sea of Aziifl'. The weather is exceedingly hot here at present." A letter from Kars, of the 4th, in the Danube, of Vienna, says:—" Our head of the staff, Fenzi Bey, has been on a tour of inspection, from which results tlie fol lowing information :—(>,000 Russians are encamped near Okiskalo, and :S,(!uO are quartered in the fortress itself. Erivan is protected by tliirty-two pieces of ar tillery. There are some Russians at Guniri, which is only about thirty miles distant from this place, but we do not know the number. The Turks have fortified in a suitable manner the positions of Baya/.id, Kopruk...

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