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MELBOURNE COMMERCIAL NEWS. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

KFXBOURNE COMMEHCIA1. NEWS. October 4. | The fall in ibo exchanges on England, which bos been looked forforeoioe weeka past, vraa posted at the bonks on Tuesday morning. Drafts are now issued At 1 per cent, premium, and hills purchased at 1 per cent, discount. This movement caused &n equivalent full in the gold market, tho few parcels ■which changed hands having done so at £3 15s. per omire. Entries have been passod ut thu Customs during the last threo days for 6-^9 ounces Tho Oftlpn, from Valparaiso. has brought 200 tons , of flour, and tho Dashing VTave, from Han Francisco, hits the followingcargo:— OOC9 barley, 30,311 bags oats4 3744 bugs bran, and 1299 half barrvl oa*f.. UOd juarter-bavrel, and Ci2 (piartci«sucks flour.' • After tv.M i»r thrfo days' fluctuations, the flour market is again fcljowin^ ttigiiH of firmness. The advices from California do not apeak of any further shipments as likely to tako plaeo from that quarter, aud the small quantity brought by tho -Dashin...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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SANDHUIIST COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. Wednesday, October 3rd, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

SANDHUIIST CUUitT Or ULiNKKAl, bjLaaiUiSS. Wednesday, October 3rd, 1850. Before .1. G. Forbes, Esq., and the following jury:— Alexander linss, Humphrey Turner, Tlimrms B, Price, Alexander Mel'hee, R. II. Smith, William Quinn, Frede rick Tnlbnt, James Slcene, II. McGrath, FredfericErPringlo, Julius Sehcrfl', and James Lawson. LAUCKST. Yeen Clmug, n Chiuaman, was charged witli this offence. .Tolm Stewart said he was an assistant at the store o£ Messrs. Jacobs and Solomon, in Pall Mall, wlien the prisoner, with two other Chinamen, came there; two of them went to the back of the shop; the prisoner re- . nmined by the door. He took up a bucket, put a toma hawk into it, and walked oil'. He (witness) watched him. Another assistant ran after him, and brought him back. He never sold him the things. By Mr. Lysaght: The other Chinamen went to the back of the store. He doesn't know whether the other Chiitamen paid for the tilings. There was no one elso in the shop at the time. He watched the Ch...

Publication Title: Bendigo Advertiser
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Amelia.^'You nro too InqunelouH. Tho satire, "Blind Leaden-," Is good enough, but it honors a political schcincr with too much notico—let hirn sink into proper obscurity. Wo nro forry wc are compelled to omit Jlr. JfacUcnzlo'g letter, •besides a variety of local matter.

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MELBOURNE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Sept. 20th, 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

I | MELBOURNE. • [FltOM oun OWN CORRESPONDENT. J Sept. 20tli. 1855. The news .received'from'England, communiciuiug in-, telligence of tlie repulse of tli'tr Allies: before Sevastopol, has discouraged but not disheartened fus. The plan first devised, to precede the assault" hy a bombardment, would have been most in accordance.'with the rules;of war: and it cannot be doubted that its omission in this case rendered the disastrous;'result nvo have to deplore almost inevitable. The Russian Generals have, from the commencement, evinced, a most decided superiority over either tho.Fqencli or English engaged in these operations. The strategy of moving an army on the field of battle may, to a great extent, be acquired through a'inilitnry education, in the most extended sense of the term, by encampments, and tlie operations of troops performing adverse movements and liiauoouvres in what, the French call, the " I'elite Guerre but the strata gems of warfare, whether invented or derived-from expe...

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WHO IS HE? [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

WIIO 13 HE? Can any oho gueas ? Can any ono gno3s ? (Don't be too eager to answer 1110 " Yca.-» Hut advisedly say, pleads per means of the Press) Who's to member for S&udhurat f Oomo, guetfg { Can auy ono tell! Can any ono tell "Why no one will venture him out of his shell J A to our embryo senators hound by a flwll? Or aro they afraid of tho " ''l'iaer/* Come, toll. Won't any ono stand ? Won't any ono stand ? Oh I Htiro through th'J length and (ho breadth of tho land, Them's somebody abio to taUo li in hand— Thou for Heaven's sake, bomobedy, somebody, 8taad 1 Cati any ono puws t Con any ono tell Who is this somebody ? Whoro does he dwell t Is ho tall? Is lie abort? la ho thin, or fed well ? Can't any quo guess ? Cua't any ouo toil f

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THE BENDIGO ADVERTISER. PROGRESSION, OUR RIGHTS, AND OUR RESOURCES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1855. A CONSTITUENCY GONE A BEGGING! [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

TEE BEN8IG0 ADVERTISER, PROOBESSION, OUR RIGHTS) AND ODU ItESOUItCES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER fi, 1855. A CONSTITUENCY GONE A BEGGING! ; Since tho first day that the diggers' pick and shovel struck auriferous ground in Australia, there has been a gradually increasing convic tion in men's minds that a now class bad to be represented in the legislature of the country; and any system of Government,which ignored the mining interest was a sham and a delusion. The consummation of diggers being represented in the legislature seemed far, very far off, when Commissionerism was in its glory—when we have seen silver lace ride down'the blue shirts like dugs, and diggers ranked as Helots* But we have come to the inevitable goal at last. Certainly it took the Ovens riots, Bendigo monster agitations, and Eureka's sad scene of slaughter, lo impress the truth upon the stolid minds of Victoriun rulers. But that truth is at last admitted—it is written in letters of blood in the history of Victoria, and it i...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

SHIPPING INTKLLIGENCE. PORT OF MKT^OUr.NI3. Aiinrvi;n. October 1.-—Nnnparril, schooner, from Corner InM, with throe passengers: OnJcr.%. brier, from Valparaiso 20th .lime: TVishinp. wavo, American sbip. frmii San Frnncisro PUi August. with suven passengers; Jane, sitlwopfr. from Mauritius Ifith Alien?;. October D.—AYn^rlily, rchoouer, from Circular Head, viaRobin'p Island, with thro? pris^n^r*. October 3.—Yarra Yarra, reamer, from Sydney, with thirty* coven paspongfirs; Champion, pcrew-stoampr, from Portland, Vovt Fairy, and Warmatnbooi, with thlrtv passengers; Froserpine, pilot schooner, from tho liervls; Villngo Belle, schooner, from Geclong. ... AT THE IIEADS. October 3.—'RiincK ship, from Glasgow JMth*June, with sixteen paRsongers; Brilliant, ship, from'London 12tb; June, Trith fifteen passengers. • '. . |»ROJECTBt) DEPAIlTUnBS. y'» For LiVBRpo'ot.~Champlon'of Hho Seas, royal mall ship; early. v ' ■° "4\ . :t'~ BAILED (rnov TUB HEAUH.) • • ' Oetobftr-S.—Donald ^fKay/^or- Liverpo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

rnHE BKNDIGO ADV15KTISEB, the first 1 newspaper on the Victoria Goldfields, and the beat Iilland Advertising Medium in the colony. Published everi Wednesday and Saturday Mfl&tilliO, la printed and publialied at Sandhurst, the township of the district of Bendigo, tho Metropolitan Goldlield of Australia. The Bf.hdigo Advertiser has the most extensive circulation of any provincial paper in the colony. The importance of this journal as an advertising medium roust be at once perceivcd when it is known that Sandhurst, is not only tho cafital of one of the Lamest Goldfields, but is the mart of the extensive Pastoral District comprising the valleys of the Loddon and Camvasi'ie, and the wide and fertile plains extending to the Murray. Tho political principles of this journal are liberal—such S8 aro almost universally recognised as in accordance with the development of a young and vigorous colony into a nohle and world-veuowncd nation. The local interests of Bendigo will, of course, c...

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SANDHURST WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. 'Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

• SAKBUUnsT WHOLESALE PUICES CUltRENT. ' Advertiser' Ofbco, .. . • Friday Evening. Dimness ims continued Tory bright during tho vreck, and large parcels of oats, bran,* and flour, have changed hands at advanced rates. Slocks ore considerably diminished, and a better feeling is apparent in our market. - ' * ' 0its.—Best Scotch are in pood enquiry, and conslderablo transactions have taken placo during tho week at 10s. to 10s. 3d. per bushel j'present quotations, 109. Gd. to 10s, 9d. per bushel. Capo, In better demand, at 9s. perlbushel. V. 1) Land are scarce—lis. Od. to 12s. per bushel Bra:;, in fair demand. Stocks aro gutting llghtor, and may be . quoted at 6s. 3d. to Gs. Od. per bushel. Hat,—A further rise has taken place in this articlc, which, owing to a want oC fresh supplies, is gcttingtacnrce. 3t is now firm at £23 to £24 per ton. T^oun.—Good sound flour] continues scarce, and ,in demand. Adelaide ma}' be quoted at £51 to £o5 ; Chili, £50 to £52 per ' ' ' ton.'' ■ - Sugar—Dull....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST GOLD MARKET Advertiser' Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

COMAlERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. , SAN7>HUKST GOLD,MARKET . ■ Advertiser* Office,. t Fridny Evening. : we fiavo to report another fall in thevalue'of gold, owing to the roductiori V'.pf'^ho* exebango by _ the . bankavhere of Is. per ounce In the Melbourne market. Tho principal gold buyer* quot0 this .article At £8 15s. 6d. to £3 Ids. 9d. per ounce, but vre are in* formed a reduction of Is. per jounce will Itako' place on Monday next, '* • *:

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THE FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

THE FIRE BRIGADE The semi-annual Meeting of the Sandhurst Fire Brigade was     held on Wednesday evening last, at the Shamrock Hotel. The prelimlinary business having been disposed of, and several new members having been admitted, the Treasurer (Mr. Vallentine) was called on for his report, which showed that the cash balance was not quite sufficient to meet the liabilities already incurred by the Brigade in the endeavour to procure a supply of water, but that the amount of unpaid subscriptions would be sufficient to meet all engagements, and it was hoped that those gentlemen i who had put down their names on the subscription book would be good enough to hand over the amount to the Treasurer or Collecting of Committee, as soon as convenient. The day for monthly meetings was changed from the first to , the second Wednesday in each month and the hour from half- past 2 to 5.o'clock, p.m . The Brigade proceeded, in accordance   with the bye-laws, to...

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LOCAL COURT. Saturday, September 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

• • -LOCAL COURT. . Saturday, September 20tli. (Present-—J. A. Pahton, Esq., Clinirmitn;... Messrs. O'Conor, Denovan, Hulkes, Wetlierull, Benson, and Mackenzie.) . ■ Mr; Mackenzie .moved and Mr. Hulkes seconded, " That .Messrs. O'Conor, Benson and Mackenzie form a committee to report on the motion ordering the removal of dains from tlie Bendigo Creek." Carried. There being no further business before the Court, it adjourned for an hour.* , On resuming its sitting the Court proceeded with tile case of BLABEY V. TAYLOH. • This case was a very simple one. The plaintiff and defendant were partners in a quartz-crushing uinuhiue. Tor some time they had not been able" to1 agree ; and Mr. Cunningham, at the request of Blabey, waited 011 Taylor witto the view of buying his share. He had tried to arrange matters between them seven .or eight months previously, but had found it impossible. ' Cornelius Kerrison, one of the witnesses, stated-that he had heard Blabey complain' to Taylor of the mann...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

OPENING OF THE MANNING IilVElt. FIRST GREAT SALE, WEDNESDAY, 24tb OCTOBER, 1855, Oh the Gkodnd. TIIE CHOICEST ALLOTMENTS IN CUNDLE TOYVN, VILLA. ALLOTMENTS, and Jf AHIvET GARDENS, ALLUVIAL FARMS ON TIIE BANKS OF TIIE RIVER. MR. JEREMIAH LliDsAM has received instructions from the Directors of tlie Manning River Com pany, to soil by public auction, on the ground, at Cim dletotvn. Maiming River, on WEDNESDAY, the 2lth duv of October, 1855, at eleven o'clock, a.m., Those choi e and valuable portions of their MAGNIFICENT PROPERTIES on that River, the particulars of which are subjoined. FIRST. Allotments in Cuniji.etowk. . Block. 1.—Twenty Allotments, Nos. I to 20, having each GO feet and O'J feet frontages respectively to River, Crown, Main, and Queen-streets, and depths varying from 1981'eei to 132 fcot. Block 2.—Sixteen Allotments, Nos. 1 tj 16, having each CG feet and 99 feet frontages to Main, Queen, High-streets, and Market-square, and depths varying from 198 to 132 feet. Block 3.—E...

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COURT OF APPEAL. Thursday, October 4th, Before His Honor J. G. Forbes, Esq., and F. C. Standish, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

Couiit of Appeal. Thursday, October 4.th, Before His Honor J. G. Kst}., ■ iukI F. C. Strmdisll, Esq., ,J .P. . The Court was occupied this 'morning with the case ■of appeal of Thomas Wilkinson against a decision given by tlie Stipendiary Magistrate, under the Vagrant Act, sentencing him to twelve months' imprisonment. Maria Luxton stated that the prisoner was at the De vonshire Arms, Kangaroo-flat, in company with John William Jones, alias Robinson, and Philip Eady, when she missed a bottle of old tom from the shelf, and sub sequently saw one in the pocket of Phill, which after wards disappeared, and she found a similar bottle lying outside, by the side of the building. She said that she had understood him to be a digger, and had seen him getting a pick mended at an adjoining blacksmith's. •Mr. Turner, of the United Kingdom Hotel, Golden square, said that the prisoner, with another mail, had been in a room in his house, where a drunken man was lying, whose pockets, after their leavi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 6 October 1855

T * F ( I R E RECEIPTS. 1855. . £ s. d. June 0. To cash per Secretary ........ 71-4 0 14. : do ..per- do i •• ........ 125 5 0 20. „ do per do 85 0 0 „ do per S. Jones 10 0:0 July 10. . do per Secretary ........ 03 3 0 21. „ do perDalton 10 0 0 20. „ do. per Secretary 85 10 0 Aug. 1. ,. „ do per do 28 2 0 2. „ • do per Bank of Victoria . . 20 0 0 14. „ do per Secretary ........ 97 10 0 Oct. ,3. „ do iu hands of Secretary.. . 25 5 0 Oct. 3. To Balance brought down .. ■;. £129 12 >7 DISBURSEMENTS. £ s. d. 11. 14. By paid account to Williams and O'Kccffe, for ropes and buckets 34 10 5 „ do to Gilkey and Co., for axes ■ 0 0 0 „ do to J. C. Duncan, for .. . fireliooks .......... 7 0 0 . „ do t9 Hanson, for ladders. ID 0 0 „ do to Towiisend, for slieatlis 8 10 0 „ do to Cook and Slicrbon,' for printing • circulars and bye-laws .. 12 0 0 . „ do Mr. Connelly, for iiro engine and expenses to Melbourne. 250 0 0 22 10 0 do carringo of engine do.: Mr. Smith, surveyor for plan and superin ten...

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MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS. (From the Mail.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

MOUNT ALEXANDER DIGGINGS. (From the Mail.) Jim Chow IU.vobs.—The weather during tho lasf fortnight has been most severe. An almost'' continual full of rain induced great numbers' of miners to abandon creek working, and drew their attention to hill sinking, imd the new project np Hears to have inspired the whole community with in creased energy and activity. The diggers have struck, the lead above Mr. Howe's store, on the Wombat, and ' some of the holes are turning out better than 15 dwts. to a tub, and in two instances an ounce and a linlf was procured. On the whole the diggers are doitig well; many are shepherding their holes, while the most san guine are making best efforts to bottom, with a full hope of a glorious return. Egan's diggings are highly spoken of, and the sample of gold weekly offered for sale from that goldlield is certainly by far the best procured on Jim Crow. Many fresh arrivals have made their appear ance near the Bald Hill, and some fine nuggets, varying from ha...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Bendigo Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

; ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the BendUjo Advertise/, Sin;—The " fly," which with great complacency you flattered yourself you lmd broken 011 the' wheel, feels inclined to buzz about the precincts of your editorial throne. , ' I linyc often killed those troublesome insects (some very large ones too J) but'tliey only gave me the trouble of putting my hand on them ami they were gone. Now, what a monster of a " fly" it must be that has cost you so many nights of imxinus research and scien tific study, before you could constructiv wheel sufficiently lurgo and strong to break this " ily" upon! ■ And, after all, your labor has been iu vain—tlic shaft has rebounded—and moil's minds turn at once to the old fable of the " Mountain and the Mouse." Allow me to tell you (lint men, when addressing public gatherings; .have a latitude allowed them, aud nre not supposed, when quoting from popular imd well known nuthors, to give their, authority. Tliis I enn prove from tlie si)eeelies ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

BJjACK BALL? LI NIC of British and Australian Koyal Mail Packcts.—For Liverpool, forwarding passengers, gold and cargo to London, the magnilicent new clipper ship CHAMPION OF THE SEAS, 2417 tons register, J. M'Kirdy, Commander, will bo despatched with the return English mails on Thurs day, the 25th October. This ship is now on her second voyage, and in point of speed, comfort, und accommodation as a passenger conveyance, stands second to no vessel afloat. Her magnificent saloons are fitted up iu a style of luxurious elegance ; the state rooms are spacious, lighted by side ports, and are furnished with every requisite, including bedding. Second-cabin passengers are provided a good table and stewards' attendance. Intermediate passengers receive .1 liberal supply of the best provisions. The ship is fitted wltli iron water tanks, carrying an ample supply of pure water. Sho also carries a inileli coiv for the use of the cabin passcngors. Captain M'Kirdy is well known iu the trado> and...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKETS. October 9. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

SANUlIUliST PJiOIJUCE M AltK UTS. . October 0. Fi.orn.—Adoloirtc, C1R to £52 por ton; Chilian, £47 to £48. Oats.—Scotch, Us. fid. to 10*. por bushol. 3Ji:an.—Is. lid. to fls*. pel* bushol, !Mai/.e.—IJJs. to Ms. per bushel. 3 Iay.—Oaten, ,218 to £20 por ton. CuAFF»~£.'ir» per ton. Votatoks.—liood, £W to £15 pur ton.' Uutteii.—Cork, 28. M. per lb. Suoah.—Dark, £10 to £12 per ton; light, £43 to £48. Ti:a.—Congou, £7 to X710*. per client. CoprKK.—Is, to 1b. 55*1. per lb, ' yifiKLRB.—Pints, 30s. to 11k. per dozen. VnuiTB,—lioltleii, scurco. Jamb.—Scarce. Salmon—In U lb. tinn, 3Gb. to 40s. per dozen. , , J.ousTKit.—In 3 lb. tins, 3Gb. perdo7.cn. • .Kaiuhnks.—.^-tinn, 10s. por dozon; i»tlns, 14s. to 15b. SuuMBit Goons, more In demand. S. JONES, Auctioneer, Auction Mart, Pull Mall, - Flour.—Adelaide, .£58 per ton; Chilian, £50. Oatb.—Scotoh/lOs. to 10s. Od. pcr'busljcl, .. , Uiian.—Os. to fts. (M. per bushel. - Oatbn Hay.—£23;to £26 per.ton. . Ition.—Prttna, £11U £tfi per ton. Simail—Maurit...

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LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigo Advertiser — 10 October 1855

LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. , Jla Adelaide, wo have intelligent;*? from London to the 10th July, being live days later than our previous flays. Overland Mail Officc, July 10th, 0 a.m. , Despatches up to the 20th of June were received yes terday from the late Lord Raglan. Tliey principally relate to the sickness among the troops, which, however, according to tlie telegraphic accounts, had considerably moderated at the beginning of the month. Among the deaths by cholera is that of Captain Charles Bowles, 10th Hussars, " an oflicer of great merit, who had served in India with distinction." Lieutenant and Adjutant H. Marsh, of the :t;Jrd Hegiment, was killed on the 24tli ult. The Sardinian troops havo suffered muoli from the prevailing cpidcmic. THE CRIMEA, ' Puris, July Otli, 8 a.m. , The'jUi»ii/ciir announces that the last telcgrapliic des patches received from the Crimen nro dated 7th ^July, 11 p-m. Tliey relate only to details of administration, and do not mention any important fa...

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