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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. September 28. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

, :-M SAXDIIUi;ST STOCK' MARKET. '' ; ;1 6optember 23."^ Thero lias boon a batter feature In this markot, nUhongh vanco in price. Tho supply has beon very limited. ' Good con'" jJUioned draught horses will command fair rntes.-1 Fat'Cattlc.—There is no change. Reef raumiin the same.' TVo disposed of a small lot, uliout 100 head, email, but fat calfle,ut£7. ' Sheep.-—Fat wethers, I Hi.; inferior sheep, unsaleable. Horses.—Common hacks. £10 to £15; good do. and light hhrnca3 horses, £15 to£U5; gocd draught horses, £10 to 4365; hoavy do,, AO enquiry. Tip carti, £20 to £23, . L, HACPilliilSQX & GO., Horsj !Qaz&&r, Sandhurst. During.tho past we el; our horsa market has been exceedingly quiet. Tho reccns heavy rain? having renderod tlio rivers almost impassable, tho fresh mobs of horses expected have been delayed coming into Uendigo. Active enquiry lms prevailed for >vo!lrconditionod draught horses, mud there ia reason to.baliovo tho ensuing fortnight will be som...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

Wines ami Spirits. 50 CASES Old Tom, Tii'ovrnincjH, on Salo. B. WILLIAMS and SONS. 790o 300 CASES of brandy for Sale, at— ' JONES'S Wholesale Wine and Spirit Store, Bridge-street. 924ootC 1 AA CASES Bottled Aic and Stout, at tlio XvyL/ lowest prices, for saic, B, WILLIAMS nnd SONS, 795o Next Victoria Hotel, Pall Mall. CRESCENT STOKE, Bridge Street, A J. JONES, AVinj und Spirit Merchant, in calling a attention to liis stock now 011 band, is confident, buyers need only pay him a visit to pronounce it sccond to lione on Bondigo, viz,:— Martell's und Hennesssv's brandy, in bulk Do. and Clozean's, in cases Pine old Jamaica rum Tangueray's and Nicholson's old torn Delicious Glenlivet whiskey Hunt's treble diamond port, in bulk Gordon's paio and golden sherry, in do. Ale and porter, in cases, comprising Byaas, Evans, Marzetti, and Harper's brands. Tho abovo goods will ba sold at the lowest market prices, and delivered free of charge. llnovSL F. SALTEBN, WHOLESALE WINE & SI'IIUT STO...

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INTERCEPTED LETTER, NO. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

• INTERCEPTED LETTER, NO. 2. Mn. Puncu,—I am much annoyed with yon for allow ing ray last letter to get into the hands of the Advertiser, and can't, until you explain yourself, address you " My dear Punch." However, as your paper is the only decent one ill the colony, I will not deprive yoy of the many items within my gift, and of such importance to you. There were only two V. D.'s " turned round*' at tho Police Court last week, and it is currently reported tlmt the Magistrate will resign in consequence. The great event of the week was the excommunication of the Ad derliscr from nil civilized society by Father Mackenzie. The public meetings on Pall Mall every Saturday having stirred up the bile of the 'Ti~cr folks, they, of course, asked for what purposes they were called, and for which unwarrantable piece of impudence on their part the ana thema was pronounced on their devoted heads. The requiem was sung by Brothers Benson and Donovan', accompanied by Stib-dcacon Foley oil thej " h...

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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. September 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

v / mkx.bourxc cojimekciai, ne\Vs. S0Dtambnr27... J The price of gold romains-ntTGs.; with a dull market.- From. £he 21th to thd 23th 'instant entries wero passed at the Customs Jpr 25,101 ozs. of tiio metal. " (Phn arrival oftiio Champion of the Sea*, with mails of tho ^tV July, iwusoil a very gonoral bu jpensiou of business, bo oigor wero tho public to.have the latest European intelligence. • .• ; i There ian flight movement in flour. Mr. Ijegravos' quotations; aro now—For firsts, .£10 ; Chili, £10; barrel, £12 per ton ; bran i 2g. CO. per busjiol. The correct freight lidt of tho Flying 'Arrow1 givtvjn tMal of 23,203 quavtev'bags of flour, 5W tons, inste.ui'of ■ CO,003 q-iartor-saekd, as statsJ in last rapori. Tho Invhieiblo.fr^rn Tronic, arrived in Hohaon'd Bay on Tuesday-morning, with-WO tons of flour. -

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PROVIDENT INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

' PROVIDENT INSTITUTE.K i i ' Ar^cartl^, ^Uic;3lriuiii0^ irigipirector.jbf ^ tliis Institute, ha? been handed .tonus,; .'and .Wo-giadlyjgiYCliti iiisertionrasVshomng ri4-eniarl:able :prbgresaye';ETOspenty*'m'Hlie/'hfiHrs! 6f; tlie' estiibliili inient,:--,''' . ■> ". Provident Institute of 'Victoria,;:, i ,ti ,, Jo >iii/Mon<ky,.;§Bptembop.l7,180.5: / ; I Thomas Comer, Esqi, iwithiMr. MaenrdyV«omplimerits.; 'GENTi.BMEK.-r^Boing called to our goldfields and other agencies, I considered it. desirable to convouo n meeting for tfyo rqrioyr ..of, ourv initiatory, movement,■.' tv glanoe ntj. oin^re^isters srifitcing * to Jshow; our 'progress id p'eAonal; connection, in? money;; depqshe^, .and an adyiinces made; 011 freehold 'property; As depositors, you Jiave ,■liulies! engaged in.tuition, feniiUes in respectable servitude, and; considerate mothers; you hiivo* reverends, ni'erchants,; storekeepers, clerks, . warehousemen;'- artd-- stori'men ;• architects, builders, men of i...

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1855. MINERS' PROTECTION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

TIB BBNBI80 iDTBRTISBB. PiioauEssros, ouu niaiiTS, a:;d ouk kksoukoes. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1855. MINERS' PROTECTION AS30CIA TION. After tlio r)'.imorou3 invitations which the gentlemen who :u'o interesting themselves in the formation of a Miner's Protection Associa tion 911 Bsntligo, have given i:s, to tike their society into our favorablo consideration,, we cannot do less, at all events, than bestow so'.ne attention upon an organization which appears to have such -Ambitious pvetcusiona. Auil vse beg to have it understood- that our silejice upou the merits of the Association proceeded from po hostility towards periodical meetings of the diggers for mutual improvement either in mind or. in poclcot. We think it must have been observed, that on the contrary, ■ this journal is the earuest advocate of more social union among the diggers, and has signilied a desire to promote all movements which would confer ujpon the inhabitants of this district the bles sings of social intercourse s...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

SHIPPING INTELLlGliJNCt l'OHT of Mi'.r.nouim:. September 21.—Maid of Ihu Yarra, steamer, from T.r.imceston, ! yrUh on j juBHctiqer. I Sf^toinlx-T"' 25.—Won?,i "Wnntn, BcreW'Stoamor, from Sy.lnoy, j jvilli forty-six pftssen.-ri.'rs; Burra, Horow-Hh-iimi':', hom Adelaide, with ono hundred and p.-t-'srn^ers; Alum, j ^c'i:inuor, from Sydney, with thr«*« pa-?.-<!ii;,'i:rs ; Invincible, buri]ue, Xr*mi Troais, Ot>.iivp';i«m liny, ''oth June, with t'.vo puss'in^jva. j Septonibin* 2i>.—iMcitioo, bri-n', from Portland; Don Pmlro JI., | barque, from Hohart Town", with five pnsKim*o;\s ; 1'iutvia Fiv-j. I cntt, brig, from HobarlTown, with nine pussoup^rs; i'ihnmpkiu j (if the S.ias, royal inrul ship, from Liverpool uth 'July, with Your ) 'hundred and seventy-ihruo passongoiy. j at Tim hi:vi>:i, j Soptombor 2fi.—General ' Blanco, whip, from Hone; ICotii^ i .Tunc, with lour hundred nijd f^hty-zoKJit CJjS»"vp p;i=.;:n£vr.»; j Viola,britf. from Calcutta ItiMi July; AVeslcrn Hrid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

The BEN DIttO ADVERTISER, tlio first newspaper on tlio Victoria Goldfields, and the bea( Inland Advertising Medium in the colony, Published etebi Wednesday and Satubday Mohni.vo, Is printed and published at Sandhurst, the township of | the district of Bendigo, the Metropolitan Goldlield of Australia. Tim Bendiqo Advertiser has the moat extensive oironlation ot' any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium ninst lie at once perceived when it is known that Sandhurst is not only the capital of ono of the Lamest GoLnFiELDS, .bat is the mart of the extensive Pastorai, District comprising the valleys of tlio Loddon and Campasfib, and the wide and fertile plains extending to tlio Murray. The political principles of this journal are liberal—such j as are almost universally recognised as in accordance ■with the development of a young and vigorous colony into a noble nnd world-renowned nation. The local interests of Bendigo will, of course, claim...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

^sAsbHU'as^wll:ol^itB^lactesicuap.EST. ' Advertiser' Oifico,. v-. ' Friday Evening. ^Vd ;lifiva no-great'Cliaugo to notico in oiii" market, which continues steady, with a fair business- doing. •» J lie following arc nurqub(nUoifB:~?i •" v I ' )V-— : Oats.—Tleut Scotch,-fls; 3d. to Os; Cd.,veiy/irm j colonial, 10s. Cd.,to lis., in demand.: • •../•• . :•••• i-. v • • • Biun.—Best Adelaide, 5s. per btuhol. • ■ v- 'v.- • • . IUy.—Colouml, £l9t<> £20 por ton, • tyiIU moro enquiry, Mid upward tendency. ' * . ■: ri.ofK.—Very firm, and enquired after. Adolaide may bo quoted -nt«-£50; Chilian, £13. Wo uottco tins articlequoted hitho - • Mclbourao pajiora at £39 per ton. iv^lph, with £L0 por ton cartage, brmgs the-cost piico here to £05 .por 'ton.-' "We may,.Uierefore, cxpecthigho?prices hoi'o erelong. Sugar.—Stocks jiro still vary large. Manrittuis counter, £12 per itonpbrown, £30; Ooaaiporo, No. 1, 5d. per lb.; erushod - G;l, and dullof salo. * 1 . Pickles.—Pmta,-0^. per dozen...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET 'Advertiser' Office. Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

CQU.MtfRCtAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MAIIKF/C , Advertiser- Office, Friday Evoninj?. ■' Prico of gold, #3_lfls.0d.poiVoz.;::^^ •

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To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

To the Editor of the Sendigo Advertiser. Dear Sir,—I am n young lady residing at Saudhnrat, Bendigo, nt present under the parental roof, from vrbl^gji, you can readily imagine my contemplation of an \Su. - My father has delicately hinted that the horde I now ricle must be left for my younger sister, and mother eaya that I must push my way as she has done; that with my accomplishment and beauty, the man. who wants more than my heart is not' worthy of ihe. My ideas are somewhat aristocratic, and cannot dispense i with dignified deportment and intelligence. I may as ' well tell you at once my attention has been drawn to the | gentlemen of the Local Court, who, no doubt, will ulti ! mately supersede the magistrates, and I ask you, as ft j friend, to tell me, will they ever get their pay?' I am, Sir, yours truly, AMELIA YOU-KNOW-WHO. P.S. Please to present my compliments, with thanks,.. to Mr. Pike, for stopping (lie water hole in the npproach to the new bridge; my horse has frequently s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

Tnn T>tMn!:;<;!i.—Tlio dial's tro iniT<?.iMnyr in numbor ut M' cr.i's Fl:it, :ui.l many u:vi d;,imr well. Homo, how ground 1ms \-i'Cii opoM'd, but wo Ii.\to not h"ard Hint nnv vorv rich deposit.* haw luvn siwk. Thoro U still great activity cvincod in tho proipoctin:: and workimr of qitj"rt;: r?;>fs, but nil partis atv :\n\ioti:;!y until tlio mow regulations have bo:?n dof-ermlnod upon. Thu chums in Nov; Chum Gully still yield surprisiimly. (.'.r:,-yo\vni;r. \y, Tin: Towkhiiip.—"Wo hiw b*."»n «i\vn to tin diTrit u;d that the reports of vorv* lartfo ouantitiiM of [gunpowder stov.vl in tlio township, aro without foundation. TV Si.i p.milm-y Murristrnto mrstiluted an en-jnirv, imd found that the quantity stored in any one plivo wris too small to orea'.; any seviou.; alarm. On tho other hand, wo luvo bee:t on erodiblo authority, that, lioUvitamlhur,' dai^v.roiw qimniUwa of powd.T aro s!<nvd in Ruvcntl plac\«, and thai persona luvo been observed load...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Btnd'ujo Advertiser. Sin,—Willi reference to your repeated admonitions re specting gunpowder being stored in Sandhurst, and tlie possibility of lives being lost by its blowing up, I beg you will warn the inhabitants of this township, and call the attention of the'authorities to the impropriety of erecting brush or cockatoo fences in townships. With this sort of fence, wo are in danger of being burned to death at the White Hills, which, to us, is just as had as being blown up by gunpowder in Sandhurst. I am, Sir, respectfully, Your obedient servant, A CONSTANT READER AND STOREKEEPER. White Hills, Beudigo, 25th Sept., 1855.

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SANDHURST COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 26th September. (Before Mr. M'Lachlan, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

SANDHURST COURT OF I'H'L'TY SESSIONS. Wednesday, 20tli September. (Before Mr. M'Lachlan, S.M.) Drdkk.—Samuel Emanuel was lined 5s. Assault.—Francis M'Kenna was charged by Dr. Schultszen with having assaulted him.. It appeared tlmt: on the night of the 22nd of this month,, lie was passing the Bridge on the road to the White Hills,: when he was' accosted by a man who Having asked him whore he was going, struekhim with what ho thought to be u stick, he ran away but was pursued and knocked down by ano ther, blow, when, some half dozen men assisted by a female commenced an attack on him, subsequently some persons coming .to his assistance, he went in pursuit of the party who had decamped, and saw the defendant and a female.standing outside a tent, the former with a stick under his arm, but he conld not identify the man as one that had struck him, although he recognized him as having been amongst the party that attacked him. Mr. Cutten appeared for the defence. The case was dismissed. •A'...

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To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

To'the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser* Sib,—It is, I believe, one of the most important re sulti arising from a freo press, tlmt any act of injustico or oppression on the part of those temporarily invested with exccutivo power may be held to the light, so that the expression of public feeling thereby elicited may guide"those whose duty it is to watch over the interests , of .the community nt large. X now submit to yon a case • in point. I purchased, three months ago, a puddling ! machine, dam, &e., situate near the head of a branch •' gully of Eaglehawk, and have since been at considerable ; expense in improving the same. The previous owner ' had not procured the necessary written permission, but oil application to the Warden it was granted me, as it did not interfere with any other miner. I made, at, the same time, particular inquiry as to the protection which would be afforded me so far as regarded existing draiu aje, cuttings, &c., and was answered that no permi...

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To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

- • I'd the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. j Sib,t—I must own, ■wlien reading last Wednesday's issue, I experienced a feeling of pride and satisfaction. I refer to. the meeting which was held in Burall's As sembly Rooms, and I verily believe that the great mass | of the mining community concurs in my sentiments, • [ that Mr. Denovan and those that were interested on the occasion, deserve great credit and support; but surely I we could have our grievances redressed in a much shorter way than holding meetings every Saturday. In, j tlie first place, those members that are for leasing, in spite of all opposition of the great bulk of the tamers,, j Let them march down in a body and demand their re I signation; then we would be going to the roots of the j tree at once. Let us not be humbugged in this way—• against leasing to-day, and for it to morrow. I certainly don't understand what good a miner's right' is to me if I could not dig in any Crown' lands in the Colony, and I have yet to...

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MINERS' PROTECTION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

MINERS' PROTECTION SOCIKTY. On'Wednesday evening last, the members of this Association met at Mr. Burali's Assembly Boom, whiolf*) hadbeeu kindly lent for tin; purpose. The altendauctji-' was not large, but this probably arose from the fact of' the. meeting being a preliminary one. The remarks of tho different speakers were listened to with the greatest attention throughout, and occasionally applauded. Wo would remark that the tone of the speeches was a vast improvement 011 that which has prevailed at the open air meetings of the same body. There was less decla mation ar.d more reasoning. The intellectual faculties of the audience were appealed to rather than any par ticular prejudices or passions. To use an expression of Emerson's, tlie speakers addressed themselves '• to tho thinking mind." It is true that each speaker thought itin eunibent 011 him, to use a slang phrase, "to pitch into tho Atlvm'lhcr." We suppose we are not good judges as to wlielhor the attacks were ulwayu reaso...

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VICTORIA GOVERNMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

"VICTORIA CiOVIiHNMENT BILL. The Victoria and New youth Wales Constitution and Waste Li'.udfi liills both passed the third reading 011 the ;ii)th nit. 'i'hero wai no lengthened iliscti/isior.—the members of tho omios^mmijicaiim,' 'to have'.made up their minds that it wij.s useless any further to retard' it' after their signal defeat oh the former occasion. - There remains now ojily the royal assent to he i;iven. On; the iKiih ol' June the House went into Cominitten the Victoria Government Hill. Clauses 1 and .1 ,)vci/. jif;rei'il to. Clause Qrd, v.'ith reference to the power "f Uhe Crown to disallow certain ineiumeu, cscitt;il some \ ■ discussion, lmt it was passed by a majority of 110 to ;J8. Clause -.tth was passed after considerable discussion. Paragraph '17, with reference to religious endowments, after considerable discussion was passed by ft largo majority. ' On the next paragraph being put, Mr. Lowe said, lie objected altogether to tlio House agreeing to any civil list whatev...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, September 23. (Before J. A. Panton, Esq., Chairman, and Messrs. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

LOCAL COURT. Saturday, September 23. (Beforo J. A. Pailton, Esq., Chairman, and Messrs. Einmett, O'Conor, Denovan, nnil Mackenzie. In consequence of (here lint being a quorum of members •'present, the Court adjourned till half-past twelve, when Messrs. JIulkea, Benson aud Wetherell had also arrived). A letter was read from Milley, the plaintiff i;i the case of Milley v. Allen and others, which was adjudicated on some time since, requesting the Court to reconsider the case, as lie had learned from Messrs. Luuglamls that the amount of his bill was less than that stated by Allen. The consideration of the letter was postponed, it having no address. : The CiTAiitMAK read a .letter he had received 'from the Colonial Secretary's Office, stating that it was the, .opi nion of the law ofiicers of the Crown'that it was out of iliepower of the Local Courts to -exclude the members of the.legal profession, so long as they conducted them selves properly. • ^Mr. IIulkbs moved, and Mr. DExovA^secoii...

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THE MINERS' PROTECTION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 29 September 1855

THE . MINERS' PK0TECT10N ASSOCIATION. The following document, setting fortli the objects of this Association, was read at the open air meeting of tho Association last Saturday :—■ THE WORKING' MINI3US* PhOTBCTIOK" SOCIETY. 3. That tills society Shall consist of working miners. . 2. That tho management Rlia.ll ho under tho direction of a council, to consist of a chairman and twenty members, elected by tho'gcncral body, seven to form a quorum. ** «V That the council shall ho entitled to elect honorary mem bers, frionds of tho society, Huhject to tho approval of' a general meeting. ' 4. That tho council shall ho clocted every sis mouths, namely on tho first Saturday in kanuary and July. 5. That three trustees and a treasurer shall bo appointed. * D. That the cntranco feo shail bo ono shilling. 7. JThat llio quarterly subscription shall bo two shillings and Bltfffiacc, payablo on the first Saturday in October, January, Aprlv&nd July. •8. That Vhi3 society pledges itself to uso a...

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